Finding A Philanthropic Spirit!

by Kathy Sykes on August 6, 2012 · 2 comments

Most people think that philanthropist have to be only mega rich people. That is not the case at all. Having a philanthropic spirit and acting upon that spirit can be a part of everyone’s life.
How do we get started? Well, just think of a cause or organization that hits close to home. It may be that someone in your family has be affected by:
1. Cancer
2. Premature Infant Delivery
3. Poverty
4. HIV
5. Bullying
There are organizations that represent each of these causes and many, many more. All you have to do is have the passion to get involved and make the necessary donations needed to make changes to these causes. It can be as little as $25 a month on a consistent basis that can make a world of difference.
I don’t have a lot of money and do not consider myself rich, but I know that I am able to contribute to a cause (in my case Alzheimer’s disease) in some fashion to help keep research and much needed funding going. The more you get involved, not only by monetary donations, but active participation in the organization of your choice, the easier it is to give and ask others to give.
Don’t ever feel that you cannot make a difference. Every little bit counts and you will be richly blessed.
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Linda Kirk August 6, 2012 at 1:14 pm

We are blessed to be a blessing


Kathy Sykes August 6, 2012 at 3:12 pm

Everyday of our lives!


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