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A man’s true wealth is the good he does in this world – Mohammed

Charity: The practise of giving and caring

With Sport Relief being current at the moment, it’s amazing to see how people come together when charity arises. The whole of the UK have come together to raise over £53,000,000. This is an astonishing amount of money and will change so many lives all over the world. Charity makes people feel connected, coming together to help a worthy cause.

Creating an emotive response from people makes people feel emotionally moved by a charity. This motivates people into wanting to help. Changing someone’s life for the better is irreplaceable. Most of us are fortunate in many ways. So why not try and give something back? By acting as a positive role model to others, we’re setting a high standard, which helps others to get involved.

When considering charity, it’s the more the better. Getting more people involved can only mean results. Charitable giving can be made in to something fun. Everyone can remember dressing up in home clothes at school and bringing in £1 to go towards a chosen charity. Charity balls, charity auctions, charity fairs are all great ways to make charitable giving fun. This gives people the benefit of enjoying an event as well as raising money for charity. Good imagination, lots of good and a little time can create memorable events to mark specific charities. This also reflects the charity is a positive way.

There are so many ways to spend your earned money, but by rewarding others makes people feel good. But there’s still always room for improvement and still always more that can be done. There are no negatives to helping charity, which is why everyone should get involved. The more people, the more we can help others and it’s great to see people coming and working together to achieve more.

Feel good about giving.

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