I happen to be a Thanksgiving guru. Among other things, this is one of my prouder titles. I love the food so much that every year in March for my birthday, my Mom (arguably the greatest mom in the world) makes the Thanksgiving spread all over again. So yes, I mean it when I say I’m a guru.
But despite the traditional German sauerkraut and dry stuffing (yes, you read that correctly), Thanksgiving is among my favorite holidays because it prefaces the entire December craziness, a time in which I think many people get caught up in the materialism of the “giving season.” December becomes consumed in lists of desired gifts, sparkly wrapping paper and cookie plates.
But tomorrow, there are no gifts, no trees and no cookies. Only food and family (the two most important aspects of any gathering). Thanksgiving is a time of reflection for what we’re grateful for.
So this Thanksgiving, my Hub family and I would like to thank you, our readers. Without you, we couldn’t have possibly dreamt of growing to our current level. We started as a small blog out of Lincoln, NE in 2011 and have since then blossomed into a resource for nonprofits across the nation. (In fact, we have grown so much that we have some exciting news to share with you all soon! So keep a lookout.)
But for now, in the spirit of tomorrow’s holiday, please know that we at Nonprofit Hub are so grateful for you. For every comment, tweet, Hubcap subscription and other sign of support, we say thanks!
Happy Thanksgiving from your friends at Nonprofit Hub.