Do You

United States
February 17, 2007 10:31am CST
Donate time or money to any non-profit organizations? Which ones do you find worth your time or money?
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@Shaun72 (15965)
• Palatka, Florida
18 Feb 07
I only donate to the ms society. I know that they do research and they help people out with ms.
• United States
18 Feb 07
I have MS, and I greatly appreciate your donations to this society. God bless you.
@Shaun72 (15965)
• Palatka, Florida
18 Feb 07
yeah I have it myself so it is healping us both out.
• United States
23 Feb 07
Yep, it was on Mylot...here is the link to the discussion that tammyr started. http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/773037.aspx
• United States
23 Feb 07
I have just found a search engine that you donates money to organizations for ever search you do. It is called Goodsearch.com I think I got the link from a discussion that was started here on mylot. I cannot afford to give mone to charity. I have little to give. But, this is a way that I can do it and it is painless.
• Singapore
19 Feb 07
Hi ProfClark, Yes, I do both, for the same organisation. Personally, I try to tithe 10 percent of my earnings to worthy causes. I'm a management consultant so I also donate time and consulting advice (mainly on promoting the Centre and it's services) to the Centre for Inner Studies in Singapore. This is a non-profit organisation that teaches Pranic Healing - an alternative healing modality that focuses on healing at the "energy body" level. The World Pranic Healing Foundation also runs charitable initiatives, and I regularly donate to the MCKS Food for the Hungry Foundation. I also visited 2 of the "feeding sites" in Manila to do some of the feeding to the beneficiaries. Some of them survive on only 1 meal a day so every bit we contribute helps. In Singapore, where I live, I join my group of pranic healing friends when we visit some old folks in poorer parts of town. We talk to the old folks and give them food and money. Main thing is to show that someone cares, since some of them have never married or have been abandoned by their families. Cheers! Andre www.theultimatesuccessmanual.com