Until midnight Tuesday, donations made to help animals will be matched by World Animal Protection by 300%.
The organization does everything from unwrapping tangled turtles from discarded fishing nets to delivering food and medicine to bears who had been kept in captivity.
For $32, a freed bear in Romania will have enough food for two weeks, $60 will pay for medicine for 100 animals if disaster strikes, $150 will give 140 dogs rabies vaccines.
The Humane Society is also doing a matching program. Anyone who gives a donation on Tuesday will have their gift matched up to a $100,000.
— The Humane Society of the United States (@HumaneSociety) November 28, 2017
Celebs are also in the giving mood when it comes to critters.
Kesha tweeted out that she plans to give to a tiny dog rescue group.
Animals! The charity I’m going to share for #GivingTuesday is for @mighty_mutts, a local small dog rescue that is currently raising money to save Izzy, a sweet pup who is in need of life-saving surgery. Please donate to help save Izzy’s life here: https://t.co/otXhMQqtZl🐶🐾💖✨ pic.twitter.com/7JcaXVY8lS
— kesha (@KeshaRose) November 28, 2017