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Both are important. Every sector of our society needs some sort of help.
That's really great. I know what you mean about young kids excellening in academics. I used to work at Kumon Philippines - it's a supplementary education program. I see grade 4 and 5 students doing high school math.
Sounds good, checking your site.
It's unfortunate but education seems to be lower quality everywhere, textbooks are rewritten, tests are "standardized" (making them easy for anyone to pass), schools hold back advanced students, drop competition...
We can do so much even if we don't have the cash. Just the awareness of how others live is a good start. Make people learn about others and get them involved. YOU might just get someone with the cash to help you out.
If you've been to Golden Acres, you'll definitely understand that we need more help when it comes to the elderly. I encourage you to visit the place and spend some time there. You don't need to give cash. You can do a lot by sharing your time.
My daughter recently got sick and we had a lot of trouble with our insurance. We're fortunate that we have one though. Many don't even have enough money to buy the meds they need.