Where Would You Donate Money? [POLL]

Kid with his teddy bearNowadays the number of people that need your help is constantly increasing. People’s attitude to the world causes that there appear natural disasters, hunger, lots of stray animals, thousands of orphans, etc.

But, there are still many people who are ready to provide their help, to make the world a better place to live… Some people try to donate money to others no matter how much they earn. Today, I’m asking you where are you ready to donate money? What touches your soul most of all? Is this fighting hunger or sick kids? Perhaps something else?

Please, vote…

Where would you donate money?

Where would you donate money?

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If you want to express your thoughts on the topic, feel free to do it in the comments below.

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Roman Soluk

Roman Soluk is the founder and editor of Optimistic Life and Optimistic Life: Healthy Living. He helps his readers to improve their lives, to think and act positively, and live to the fullest. Find out more about him here.

2 thoughts on “Where Would You Donate Money? [POLL]

  1. I voted for hunger and I did so because I can empathize in hunger than anything else. Sure, there is tragedy in every single option above, there’s desperation, and a story to tell; I can’t deny any of that.

    However, thinking that there are tons of people out there that I will never have contact with genuinely starving? That is the most frightening because I feel miserable if I just don’t eat for one day. When there are people who starve, they have to begin to prioritize everything below just where their food comes from. Basic survival as the most critical part of their lives is something I cannot begin to visualize even if I tried hours of meditation to do so. I can’t imagine missing the most essential thing needed just to take another breath. I don’t want them to worry about food.

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