Yes actually I do, but there are certain conditions which I have undertaken to follow in this respect;
My policy is never to give money to children. They have many excuses and many reasons to beg, they may even be subjected to beating upon returning empty handed to their household. but i have also seen many misusing the money they had made. they get involved in drugs or just pilfer the money into useless activities. The best way to help them is to feed or clothe them. Money is for the children whose parents actively watch and supervise the spending.
I tend to give the most to women. They seem to be laden with starving children, I expect them to be attentive to their children's basic needs.
Men who seem healthy
This again is a category who fails to move me. They can make money on their own.
Men with handicap or very aged
You must have noticed men without arms, legs or unable to walk for some reason and other like deformities. They seem deserving of some financial help.