Celebrate Orant's Sweet 16 with 16 reasons we love what we do.
Giving Tuesday 2022
Orant's Sweet 16
This Giving Tuesday falls on the same week as Orant’s 16th birthday. Celebrate 16 years of Orant by donating online or joining us at the Denton County Brewing Company for cupcakes and community.
Donations made on Giving Tuesday, November 29th, will be matched up to $16,000!
Donate to give double!
What is Giving Tuesday?
How do I give a donation to Orant?
I don't have money to give. What else can I do?
Send your loved ones a letter, write a Facebook message, or give them a call to share your support for Orant Charities. Encourage them to follow us on social media! Or – share an Orant post with a special message about your favorite program. Be sure to tag us @OrantCharitiesAfrica and use the hashtag #GivingTuesday!
What's the in-person Sweet 16 Celebration?
We’re glad you asked! We will be at Denton County Brewing Company from 4:00 to 7:30pm on November 29th to celebrate Orant’s Sweet 16. Invite your friends and family. All ages welcome. We will play board games, enjoy local beer, and munch on delicious treats. At 6:00, we’ll have a short presentation. We hope to see you there!
DCBC is located at 200 E McKinney St, Denton, TX 76201.
I have more questions. Who do I contact?
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