America’s 50 Worst Charities – Don’t Be Fooled By Their Names  

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June 1, 2016 6:38 pm  

Look local for charities, go to places where they will show you where the money/effort goes and what their plans are for correcting their chosen cause's issues.

Find people that are DOING things & support them, not huge well funded advertisements campaigns for "charities" that give less than 5% of proceeds to the actual charity (sometimes less than 1%!)...

I know of a few examples 😉

There was a [URL="http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/abinazir/2011/06/15/what-are-chances-you-would-be-born/"]1: 400,000,000,000,000[/URL] chance of you being born: what have you done with your miraculous life today?


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