A while back I received a message from the HubPages Team asking people to think about creating a hub for a favorite charity.
This is what I came up with, but I was unsure how to categorize it. I could not find a Charitable Giving category. I don't want this hub to get in trouble for wrong category, but also want the message to get out to people so they can give back to their communities and learn a little more about a great non-profit organization.
Can anybody give me some advice on how to make this Hub better? The title right now is Give a Great Gift to a Worthy Non Profit Organization.
Hi Nancy - there's a topic under Politics and Social Issues called "Charities." It sounds like the exact place your hub should be categorized.
Thank You. I didn't think of looking under politics. I put links in the Hub to the charity site. Is this okay?
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