i want to help society
13 Jun 08
Hi harrish, Very good to know that you are interested in helping your socity.Its really very good thinking.I follow one very basic principle of helping others is first Rise yourself and then help others and society. You can start with a small NGO which is really doing great job then you help them in providing education to childrens and providng exposure to them. manyway you can help meet every peoplein your society and feel their problems and start solving their problems.But make sure that you are in a postion to help them out.
10 Jun 08
you can join any organization who work for society. but remember that their vision should be clear. there are so many NGO, but they only work for their profit. they cheat people as well as Government. so if you really want to help society, first of all you have to clear it. my one of the friend told me that. each and every man can be an NGO himself.
11 Jun 08
finding a good organization is very hard to find. they work only for profit. we are similar person wants to help the society. i have many organization that i have joined but non of them really works for helping. i join with the anti crime task force, a non government organization but until now the organization done nothing. and then i join again with that kind of organization and then nothing happens again but it only risk your life. maybe if you really want to help the society is to build your own organization and then do what you want to help the society.
16 Jul 08
I'm not a crusader of any "help for the poor and homeless assocation" or group; but my heart really goes to all those in need. Personally, I'm not well-off. In fact, I too, still have a substantial outstanding balance with credit card companies and loan associations. Plus, I'm the only one working for my own family. My salary goes to paying a portion of our debts and a portion for my public transport and our daily meals; plus our daughter's milk. My husband has no stable job and we decided that he'll take care of our daughter and stay with her at our rented house. She is turning three next month and honestly, we haven't got any savings. We really can't afford the services of a nanny at the moment. Even if we ask a relative to do it for us, we still have to pay her for doing so. Anyway, times are tougher now as all the prices of commodities are soaring high. Even the basic needs are so hard to afford. But more pitiful are those whose houses have been drowned or burned; and those who are lying in the streets or ailing poor people in the hospital. I guess anyone with excess funds and a golden heart will help them. Someday, when we are able to pay-off all loans and have our own land and house, and still have savings for our own family and our child's future education; I hope to be able to help other helpless people either by sharing a smile with them or giving them jobs so that they may be able to help themselves build a bright future. If you have that much excessive funds, you could start a legal business where you could hire them to work for you; providing for their basic needs or even having programs for sending their children to school. This is rather a symbiotic relationship, where you help them while they help you, too. You could also start by helping in the community's missions to help the needy and the poor. You could adopt a child and send him or her to school. There are a lot of ways to help the society. I hope you'll find fulfillment in doing so. God bless us all.
• United States
27 Jun 08
That's great that want to help others in need. Not many people have that thought process. You can start by helping out in your community before you decide to travel far and beyond. Last summer I spent a month handing out food at a shelter. It was a great experience for me and the people I met were interesting. And I had fun talking to them.