Charity and contribution
Christmas is on the corner, and we are slowly getting into the festive mode. That is amazing! Unfortunately, there are so many people out there who are not as fortunate as us. We all can make a difference and experience the true power of giving. Together, we can change the world – one good deed at a time!
It is an amazing feeling to give a small percentage of our money to others. Let's show people who are in need that we care by donating money and old clothes to them. Every donation they receive, new or not, is an equivalent of great happiness to them. What’s more, it brings the feeling of accomplishment in our hearts for giving something that made a person smile. When was the last time you helped others in need?
I've recently come across a fantastic money management method that has changed my entire life for the better. The system is very simple and is available to anyone. It doesn’t matter how old you are or how much money you receive on a monthly basis. As long as you are consistent with the execution and follow the rules, you will be surprised how dramatically your life will change within a few months. Nowadays, many people have financial issues, not because of the lack of money, but because they are missing the knowledge to manage their income.
It is crucial to track where our money goes and to know how much we have spent each month. Without going into too much detail, please make sure that from now on, you separate your net income into six different accounts for the following purposes: necessity, financial freedom, long-term savings and spending, play, education, and contribution. I explain what each of these accounts means, and the % breakdown of how your total net salary should be allocated in my financial freedom video series. For more information please go to http://jumpwithorsi.com/products. But for now, let me talk about one of the most important account that is charity and contribution. Please allocate 5% of your total net salary for charitable contribution.
There are so many people who need help. It is an amazing feeling to give a small percentage of your money to others. You will be so proud of yourself, as by doing so, you would make the world a better place. Remember, you can also give away your time as opposed to contributing your money.
My way of giving
Every December I take part in the Basket Brigade event, which is phenomenal. We are packing food baskets in the morning and then delivering those hampers as a wonderful Christmas surprise to unsuspecting families in need. I also contacted the Make-A-Wish organisation, and I will work for them as a wish visitor and cheerer in the future. There are so many beautiful charity programs for which we can all sign up, and with that, we can make a difference in thousands of lives.
I’m sure you have all heard of the “race for life” event from Cancer Research. I (for the last few years) have been running for this beautiful cause and support everyone who is suffering from any type of cancer. The last two years have been an awful battle for me too, but at the end I scored a smashing victory. The fact that I am symptomless is worth more than anything in the whole wide world.
It is so amazing to contribute, raise money, support, and be a part of an event like this. I highly encourage you to find a good cause that is the closest to your heart, and support it to the hilt.
I'm currently working on a website that will allow anyone to participate who would like to make the world a better place. The idea came from a movie called Pay it Forward. All you need to do is help three people in need, who would then pass the good deed on to another three people, and this cycle would go on and on. With www.jointhelovechain.com we can all make a huge difference in other people's lives.
So let's make the word a better place!
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