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Why Charity Matters

Charity Matters

Charitable donations directly reflect your values and perspectives. To donate is to give towards something that has importance to you. And perhaps the difference between giving and not giving, is whether you have found something that resonates with you enough to reach out.

Selfless giving is a key component of many spiritual and religious belief systems, and recognizing that you have aligned your spiritual beliefs through offering your resources to others in need, can help bring a sense of inner peace and contentment.

Helping others improves self-worth. Once you have given to a charity you truly believe in, you do feel good about yourself. Knowing that your sacrifice is going to help someone who needs that time or money more than you do, can give you a sense of purpose in life or work, and grounds an inner satisfaction. Donating your time, money and property, can benefit your psychological, spiritual and emotional well-being.

Supporting causes keeps you informed about issues of social importance. Through supporting charities, you often become educated about social injustices around the world. Many people research the charities that they give to or are looking to give to, and through this they are able to use this knowledge to help raise social awareness and educate those around them, which really help to further assist in the efforts of the charity.

For businesses, the perks of donating are varied with regards to tax advantages, community standing, and marketing opportunities for the business that are raised through charity association.

There are a variety of reasons why people choose certain charities to donate to. The ones listed above may be the reason why you already choose to donate, and for those who don’t donate yet because they aren’t sure why or to whom they should donate, you might find the perfect answer to figure out your “why,” which will hopefully lead you to your “who.”


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