Do you do charity work? If so what do you do?

  1. ErinGorney profile image76
    ErinGorneyposted 5 years ago

    Do you do charity work? If so what do you do?

    I would love to know more about your work, and what you are trying to shed light on. I am a huge believer in creating change. I have spent all 22 years of my life volunteering, I grew up in Girl Scouts I raised money for Children in Afghanistan, sending them 1,000 of blue packs with school supplies and proper knowledge on how to get clean drinking water. I would love you to tell me more about your work.

  2. Cagsil profile image60
    Cagsilposted 5 years ago

    Hey Erin, first off let me tackle your question- Do you do charity work? If so what do you do? I have several initiatives(planned programs) which accumulate funds to provide for the homeless and poverty stricken families. Each initiative is designed to give assistance to the assistant programs in my local area and some in other states. I also have an initiative to help aid kids in getting school clothes and other supplies they need, so the burden isn't completely dependent upon the family, especially if they are poverty stricken already.

    So to answer your additional question- What am I trying to shed light on? Well, that's a pretty big question and I am attempting to shed light on the fact that awareness of too many people with regards to their own life and the responsibility of said life has taken a backseat to many other things, such as parenting which I have multiple hubs on. I am also trying to show people that when awareness is increased, as well as, a person's own individual knowledge, can bring(allow) them to attain greater satisfaction in their life. When people strive to improve themselves, then they will also realize that one way to do it is to help others because in doing so it brings about a peace of mind and happiness.

    People who have no idea about improving their own life usually don't do anything with regards to helping others. I find it very difficult to accept the fact that someone would be willing to live their life in stagnation instead of living in a more fluid state. Those who are confused about their life, lacking understanding(wisdom) are the one causing more problems than they need to. It is really disturbing that people settle, become content and then do nothing. When people settle or become content, they have essentially said to the rest of the world, "I don't need you or anyone else" and "I have what I want and what others don't have don't matter". This mentality is very damaging.

    I have many other initiatives which I will be bringing to light, as my company grows. Those initiatives will include helping people become home and automobile owners(new or used), a prescription drug assistance, a college tuition assistance and that's just a few I have planned. How these will work I am keeping private for the time being. I hope I was able to answer your question adequately. smile

 
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