If You Created a Charity, What is it and Who Does it Help?

Discuss the June 2017 Book of the Month, Superhighway by Alex Fayman. Superhighway is the first book in the Superhighway Trilogy, so feel free to use this forum to discuss not only the first book but also the other books in the series.

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Re: If You Created a Charity, What is it and Who Does it Help?

Post by charmaineperit »

I will give money to those who have promising business ideas.

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There is only so much we can do. Creating a charity, among other problems, involves the inconvenience of channeling funds towards a purpose that may fall short, without mentioning that it is necessary to control these funds so that they are not lost in the process due to "mysterious" circumstances.

That said, children would be my priority. It is important that they are well educated and well fed if they want to have some minimal possibility in the outside world.

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I am currently mentoring a few women to help them become financially and emotionally stable enough to rise out of poverty. My friend and I call it Acts 3.6 Ministry. It's based on the idea that charity should do more than meet an immediate need. It should move people to a level of independence and strength.

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Post by Bintsy »

My focus definitely will be on orphans, the aged, poor, disabled and street children

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I would create a home for homeless people. I would also create another one for educating children from poor societies.

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If I were to create a charity, I would either provide needed funds for abuse victims, especially children, or I would devise a charity specifically meant to provide counseling for mentally ill people with very little money or support from their families.

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Medical research for cancer or any other debilitating disease.
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I would create a charity to help abuse survivors of all ages. It would help them have a safe place to stay and provide them with the things they need, including legal help, so they can get away from their abusers.
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I think mine will be education and healthcare for children. They are deserved to be equipped with the tools to contribute back to society in the future.
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I think if everyone would get equal opportunities for literacy, a lot of social evils could be solved. If I ever could, I would open a school for the underprivileged that has quality education!
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One of my passions is environmental protection. I would like to have a charity focusing on the Earth as well as helping those who are directly impacted by natural disasters.

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Post by Atara Miles »

I would develop a charity geared towards schooling and even further to providing homes. It's so basic but too much people don't have access to them. With the right tools, who knows if someone who doesn't currently have access to these things not become the next Einstein or develop the cure for cancer?

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