YAKIMA, Wash.-- Now that Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday are behind us some non-profit groups want to make Tuesday a day for charity.
They hope on "Giving Tuesday" you'll give to a charity or non-profit of your choice.
Then, share your good deed on social media to encourage other people to do the same.
Local non-profit organizations we talked to, including the Salvation Army, they hope it catches on and gets bigger year after year.
"I'd encourage people to pick out their favorite non profit and open the purse strings, the checkbook, and get out the credit card and donate," says Jack Smith with the Salvation Army.
The day is also an attempt to use social media to get more young people to donate.
For more on Giving Tuesday you can check out their website, here.