Category: Charity

After the Grenfell Tower Fire: Communities Coming Together

In the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire, the initial shock was felt worldwide. People from countries all over were amazed at how unprepared the developers of the building were in terms of safety and fire prevention, and how easily this disaster could have been prevented. Following this event however, volunteers and donation began to […]

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Promoting Your Charity Through Social Media

Social media presents the potential for you to expose scores of people to your charity. According to the Pew Research Center, nearly seven in ten Americans use social media. Nearly 68 percent of Americans spend time on Facebook. However, your charity is by far not the only resident on social media. Your charity’s missions and […]

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Promoting Healthy Neighborhoods for Healthier Neighbors

The idea that it “takes a village to raise a child” is an African proverb that has been quoted time and time again as a way to describe the power and impact that having an entire group to reinforce and back up the lessons learned as a child grows. While the expression itself refers to […]

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Teaching Your Children About Charity

Charity organizations are important aspects of our lives. For example, 20% of New Yorkers rely on food charities just to get through the day. No matter what the situation may be, practicing philanthropy and giving back is part of our social responsibility as citizens. As children are the future of the world, it is important […]

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How to Contribute to Your Community

Being an active member in your local community not only positively defines your character, but benefits the well being of those around you who may be less fortunate. Certain aspects like education, poverty alleviation, and proper medicine and healthcare are all human rights that should be given without question. However, many people do not have […]

4 Veterans Charities That Truly Give Back

A common misconception today is that all charities who advertise themselves as helping United States veterans give all of their funds directly to those veterans and their families. Unfortunately, this is not true. Some organizations, like the National Veterans Service Fund, pay more to solicitors than they do to the actual intended recipients of their […]

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