Thursday, April 12, 2007

Which Charity Should I Donate To?

I am taking part in a study that ends with me selecting a charity of my choice that gets $100 cash money. Any suggestions on who should get the money?


Unknown said...

Rotary Foundation

Anonymous said...

Three of my favorites:
America's Second Harvest (collects leftover food from restaurants and grocery stores for the needy)
FINCA (provides low-interest small-business loans to women in third-world countries)
Holt International Children's Services (foster care, adoptions, and other children's services)

Jhn1 said...

How about Project Valour-IT

(Voice-Activated Laptops for OUR Injured Troops)In memory of SFC William V. Ziegenfuss

Every cent raised for Project Valour-IT goes directly to the purchase and shipment of voice-activated laptops for wounded servicemembers. As of October 2006, Valour-IT has distributed nearly 600 laptops to severely wounded Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines across the country.

Anonymous said...

A local organization: Ryther Child Center. I've been volunteering there for years and they are trying to mend broken souls. The children living there have experienced such horrofici abuse that you, as a father, should try not to imagine it.

Unknown said...

Seattle area based, the Tears Foundation pays for the burial/funeral expenses of children whose graves would otherwise remain unmarked because their families could not afford the expense.

Unknown said...

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