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WISE GIVING-PLEASE CLICK LINKS-Most people don't know where to begin or which charity to trust, so the first link addresses that.
Life Meaning: Supporting a Worthy Cause Can Help Give Life Meaning
If you have more time than money, you can really make a difference in a charity or political cause that’s important to you by donating your time. This a a great route for many people as it leads to the satisfaction of making a difference, provides an outlet to meet others who share your passion, and often allows you the opportunity to see the difference you make and the people you help.
Support Charity through Social Media
We are not a wealthy family when it comes to money, but richer than Midas when it comes to being informed. In my family we have been most affected by cancer, heart disease, substance abuse, child abuse(I taught abused children), arthritis, diabetes, fibromyalgia,etc.) Autism has affected a friend and dyslexia and learning problems. to go. I'm hooked to the causes that will give you more information. This week I received an email from a class of students who are using some of my pgs. to understand substance and sexual abuse. I felt like that by giving my time I may have made a difference in someone's life. No feeling is better than that and many of us can do this. It doesn't take much to make a difference.
"SOME PEOPLE ARE SO BUSY BEING GOOD, THEY FORGET THAT THEY SHOULD BE DOING GOOD." Crawford M. Pentz