(Sioux Falls, SD) — South Dakota nonprofits are ready to go for Giving Tuesday. The day dedicated to showing generosity started in 2012 and has turned into a worldwide movement. Angela Kennecke, founder of Emily’s Hope in Sioux Falls, says the day is a great time to stop and reflect on the things that we need as well as giving our resources to charities. South Dakota residents donate more than 360-million dollars each year on average. Better Business Bureau Vice President of South Dakota, Jessie Schmidt, encourages donating to a local charity you support and trust and to stay vigilant for imposter’s and name confusion.