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Charity Navigator

I feel that everyone should give to charity and it doesn’t have to be a monetary donation. Many charities are grateful just for the volunteerism that they receive. A few good ones that I personally have volunteered for are Coats for Kids. They need people to go through the coats to make sure they are in good condition and often they send out personal hygiene kits too and those need to be gone through. Habitat For Humanity does more than build homes for low-income people they also help the elderly repair their home. Public school systems need volunteers for libraries, tutoring, mentoring, and being a positive role model. Some of those kids are from severely broken homes. Domestic violence shelters need people to help file and be support to the women and children there. There is a strong privacy policy these shelters are kept secret for the protection of the women and children living there. If word gets out where the shelter is at then a life can be jeopardized. Only volunteer for one if you can keep the location secret.Research, research, research never give money to a charity unless you are sure it’s legit. There are scammers that want your money for their own purposes. Here is a site to help you with that: Charity Navigator – America’s Largest Charity Evaluator Home

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