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Finding a Worthy Charity

>> May 16, 2016

If you are looking for a charitable way to give time or money, it's important to choose a charity that is reliable and supports causes that match your beliefs and ideals. In almost every area, there are many options for charitable giving. It's worth the time to do a little research on all the options, and choose one where you feel your contribution will be well applied.

Picking a Local Organisation Over an International One

You are probably familiar with the many well-known international charitable organisations. While there are certainly worthy choices on that list, there are some advantages to choosing a local organisation. For example, when you give to a charity in Melbourne, you can be confident your gift is going to be used in your local community.

While it is sometimes great (and necessary) to give to a charity working in another part of the world, there is a deep sense of satisfaction knowing you are contributing to the betterment of your own community. Another advantage of choosing a local charity is the possibility of volunteering your time as well as making a financial contribution.

Consider a Children's Charity

It seems like there is a charitable organisation for practically every cause, issue, or recipient. There are organisations that help animals, the environment, specific political or religious causes, and of course, people. One of the most rewarding types of charities to give to is one focused on children. Of course, there are many worthy causes, but knowing you are making a difference in the life of a child is one of the best feelings in the world.

While every children's charity will have a slightly different mission statement, a universal idea is that every child deserves to grow up in a healthy environment that promotes happiness. This is a difficult goal for children who are born into disadvantaged situations, so many children's charities seek to give those children the inspiration, fun, and opportunity they may not get from their home, school, or neighbourhood.

Charities might differ in how they attempt to reach children and better their lives. Some have a building or campus set up where children can come for classes, recreation, or even longer camp-style programs. Some of these camps also provide refuge for children affected by natural disasters such as flooding or bushfires. Many classes or camps focus on allowing children to learn new skills or enjoy recreational activities they wouldn't otherwise be able to experience.

Some charities also have a mentorship program. While many programs give adults the chance to mentor children, others are focused on allowing older children to mentor younger children. Some charities have their own process for training mentors, or encourage children who complete other programs with the charity to volunteer as mentors once they reach a certain age. Many mentorship programs not only encourage healthy relationships between older and younger children, but also give the mentors the chance to learn useful life skills. Finding a local children's charity to partner with can be a great use of your charitable giving.

1 komentar:

sm May 16, 2016 at 4:12 PM  

yes its important to choose reliable charity
nice article

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