Charity: How to Convince Someone?

United States
September 2, 2006 11:15am CST
Some say every man for himself, so they oppose charity. How do you convince someone like that to support charity?
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• United Arab Emirates
29 Nov 12
While it's true for the saying "Every man for himself" but this applies for those exerting our effort to achieve our individual success. Still, not everyone is successful so it is good to extend a helping hand to those who help themselves and yet down on their luck
@surekharathi (14134)
• India
28 Nov 12
Really hard to convince the people for charity because even the person is rich but their heart not ready to give the money for charity or for organization. I can convince only my family members or relatives no other than these.
@Shavkat (65157)
• Philippines
13 Nov 12
The hope from giving something to the needy. It brings joy for those expecting miracles through human assistance. If we can just eradicate poverty, no classes in society. The world can be like a paradise.
• United States
9 Sep 06
I don't think you can convince someone to give to charity. It has to be a personal choice. Most people give to charities that mean something to them. I give to the American Diabetes Association because my grandmother is dying of diabetes. You have to be compelled to give not convinced to give.
• United States
9 Sep 06
After I go through the "they could do this and they should do that". I eventually get to the point where I look at my self to see if I am doing all I could or should be doing. Not just in regards to the situation that might be troubling me, but in other ways too, so that I can improve upon them and become a better example. I believe if anyone is to be convinced, this approach is more apt to do it.