Dan Reynolds, Imagine Dragons singer, makes first donation at the Las Vegas ‘Giving Machine’ | #LightTheWorld

Dan Reynolds, Imagine Dragons singer, makes first donation at the Las Vegas ‘Giving Machine’ | #LightTheWorld

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Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds made the first donation to kick off the return of the #LightTheWorld giving machines.

The giving machine gives you a chance to buy a variety of basic necessities for charities with a swipe of your credit or debit card.

In Las Vegas, nonprofits like Communities in Schools of Nevada, Eye Care 4 Kids, Three square, and others.

 

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Las Vegas native @DanReynolds, frontman of rock band @Imaginedragons, was at DTS on Tuesday helping us unveil The Giving Machine. The vending machine lets donors contribute to local nonprofits and international giving campaigns. Reynolds was this year’s first donor. pic.twitter.com/tMzY30NuS4

— Downtown Summerlin (@DTSummerlin) November 4, 2021

Joyce Haldeman, organizer of the giving machines said, “We’re so excited about having the giving machine back open again. It’s such a great opportunity for families or people to come down together as groups of friends.”

In 2019, the machines raised more than $800,000 in Las Vegas.

“It’s not just about helping children see the board, it’s helping them see their future. We really want to support these children to be successful in life and clear vision is one of those ways,” Stephanie Kirby, Eye Care 4 Kids said.

The machine will remain in Downtown Summerlin from Nov. 3 to Jan. 3 of 2022.


With the Giving Machines, changing a life is as easy as pushing a button. See how a simple act of service can help an entire community.

 

What are the Giving Machines?

Since the launch of the very first Giving Machine in 2017, generous people from all over the world have contributed more than $9.1 million to local and global causes. Every penny raised goes directly to serving those in need.

 

What is #LightTheWorld?​

Since 2016, #LightTheWorld has grown into a global initiative with millions of participants each Christmas. Throughout the holiday season, individuals perform acts of service to show love like Jesus did—with love. Want to join in? Go to http://www.LightTheWorld.org to find ways to give, resources, and more.​

 

How can I help #LightTheWorld this year?

  1. Find a Giving Machine near you, or visit http://www.LightTheWorld.org to learn how to give in other ways.
  2. Watch “The Christ Child,” a beautiful short film based on the Nativity story: http://www.TheChristChild.org.
  3. Meet with missionaries digitally or in person to hear a special Christmas message.​ Learn more: http://www.ComeUntoChrist.org.
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