Feed the Hungry is a large non-profit group that fights hunger and poverty not only in South Bend, Indiana, the tri-state Michioana region, and the rest of the Midwest, but across the nation and throughout the world. read more
It is quite unfortunate that another man’s pain end up becoming an opportunity for another man to become rich (oftentimes from the negative angle). While the whole world is sympathizing with the survivors of the earthquake that recently inflict an... read more
Over 200,000 people have been confirmed dead in the recent earthquake that hit Haiti, this means that the already enriched city (graveyard/cemetery) will further be enriched with potentials that have been rendered stillborn. NGOs all over the... read more
How to Avoid Schemers When Giving to Charities
People nowadays are becoming more intelligent specially schemers. Usually they take their chances when tragedy strikes like the Haiti tragedy and play on peoples emotions which are specially high... read more
Can I ask you a question? Have you heard of posterity? I bet you have. Now what do you think that posterity does? The answer is simple; watching you at all time. It does not only watch you but, also keeps record of all that you in a storage device... read more
"I was sad that I had no shoes, till I saw the man who had no feet." The realization that you have been blessed with more than your share of health, and wealth must also make you feel the need to give back to society. The main reason you find so... read more
Helping, the HubMob Way.
Charity for the Elderly, bedridden and disabled.
A story of how I started a company that was non - profit with only one objective - to make these elderly people feel better and asking for nothing in return.
The American Red Cross deploys a Disaster Action Team (DAT) throughout American communities daily, to local disasters and events ranging from single family house fires, to flooding events, and organized searches such as in missing children, or drowning victims. While it may seem at first thought that read more
As a citizen from a country that often experiences earthquakes, the disaster in Haiti made me so sadden. I hard to believe that more than 200,000 lives were dead and more live in fear, starving and almost without hope. Only 700 miles off the coast... read more
Give rather than take. Smile rather than frown. Help rather than watch someone struggle. There is so much that this world needs- take a moment and consider what you have to contribute to bettering the world. That is what many here on hubpages.com have done. read more
If you have a car you don't need and want to help out a charity and get a good tax deduction as well, check out donating it. read more
Teen Nick does it's part in community service by coming up with an award show that honors many of today's youths that strive to make a difference through community service. read more
Should Charities Always Begins at Home? --- Let us Help Haiti Today!
With the current debate about whether countries should helped their constituents first before helping other people outside their country, we should stop arguing about it and... read more
A US-B1 Lancer dropping cluster bombs For over twenty years after the fall of Saigon in 1975, the US had vehemently denied allegations that they spearheaded the most ruthless bombing campaign the world had ever known. Not until 1994 would the... read more
Conservation of endangered animals is vital since they are source of pride and they are considered treasures . Caring for them is a must for every nation.
If the American Bald Eagle is the symbol of United States' free-wheeling and vibrant democracy, the Philippines has its own emblem for her national sovereignty and freedom as well. The mighty Philippine eagle, swift, agile and a ferocious predator... read more
The Golden Rule... something most live by regardless of their beliefs. Doing unto others what we would have them do unto us teaches charity, giving, loving, sharing and caring; resulting in gratitude and humility...not to mention it makes for good... read more
Whether it is an earthquake in Haiti, or other major event, or just a desire to help out a cause or charity, donating money is one of the best ways to help out. While other donations are always welcome, the fact is that cash donations are the most... read more
Make a real difference in a hungry person's life by supporting the Friends of the World Food Program read more
In light of the earthquakes in Haiti, millions of people are reaching for their wallets to provide all the help they can. While I think this is wonderful, donating to charities does not have to be about the money. In fact, I rarely just give money... read more
Have fun playing the “Freerice” vocabulary game at the same time helping feed the poor with rice.
Do you want to enjoy playing games plus widening your vocabulary and at the same time feeding rice to poor people? Come on in and play the game... read more
Recently the news has been flooded with the horror that has devastated Haiti. With an estimated 2 million people homeless, an estimated 200,000 dead, and 80 thousand Haitians currently buried in mass graves, the number is growing by the day. In... read more
RSS is a large social organization in India well known for its charities and community services. RSS volunteer for services of India and Indian communities....and the world... read more
Use your heart and your head could be listed as one of the
Tips for Giving Wisely to Charity. It is
important that you give from your heart but your head needs to be involved in
the process to ensure that what you give utilized appropriately. ... read more
Donations are needed to make a wish become true but what can we do if we have no money and no time to give? Well, thanks to the net there are ways to help for free. read more
I started this hub with the idea that I was going to write an informative article on my personal experience with donating to charity, and, how hard I am trying to keep myself from being the next person on the street. However, the more I wrote,... read more
Joe Strummer was the front man of The Clash. The Charity Strummerville was set up after his death in honour of a voice of a generation. Read all about him and this in this article. read more
If you're a donor you know all the benefits of being one (first of all, a good inner feeling because of helping somebody who really needs it) but if you're not a donor and you're distrustful about donations learn how giving to charity is a great tax planning strategy in arming yourself against money-grabbing government agents because donations to charity are tax deductible expenses! read more
Voluntourism is hot right now,but what are the positives and negatives? Read this hub if you are considering becoming a voluntourist before you part with your hard-earned money. read more
The Haitian earthquake of 2010 has touched so many people.
With reports reaching the public of survivors still being pulled alive from the rubble ten days later, there is obviously much to do. By this stage of a disaster, efforts would normally be concentrating on giving relief to the survivors. However, in Haiti search and rescue teams are still very necessary.
This means that any form of clear up, will take more time. If this results in people who have clung on to live for long, in the r read more
I became a volunteer for the first time in Toronto in the spring of 1976; looking for
something to do, I made an appointment with a volunteer centre. The interview I
had with the volunteer centre coordinator was the first step on a path that... read more
Clean water chartity Living Water International, a well recognized international charity was already in Haiti in relation to the Global Water Crisis and they are continuing to help provide clean water along with other organizationsl
The main problem in the area of transplantation lies in the fact that the demand for organs still greatly surpasses the number of donors. Public awareness and opinion play an important role in increasing organ donation. You're invited to participate in the Organ Donation Attitudes questionnaire! read more
January 24, 2010 In addition to helping humans in need, charity also includes helping animals as well. Obviously humans come first but, in wealthier societies like ours, we can also afford to help animals as well. In addition to aiding... read more
The title Give Zakat
to Haiti was inspired by the message written by Mohammed Ali and read by
Chris Rock on the Hope for Haiti Now telethon.
Prior to hearing Chris Rock read
Ali’s message on Zakât, I’d never been inspired to explore the... read more
by Wendy Iturrizaga 9 years ago
We did it HubMobsters, we managed to break last year's record with an amazing 97 hubs published for this year's Valentine's HubMob. This makes our 2010 Valentine's and Romance hubmob the second one with most hubs ever after the toys hubmob and its 125 hubs. An amazing number of hubs for...
by Wendy Iturrizaga 9 years ago
Hello everyone, I've just come back from a few days in the mountains to find that once again you have outdone yourselves and we have another very successful HubMob with almost 60 Hubs on Charities. Thank you to every single one of you who took part in last week's HubMob. As I came back...
by Ryan Hupfer 10 years ago
This week's HubMob has taken more of a consumer, money-spending, self-indulgent shift, which is totally OK with me. You see, this week's HubMob Topic of Products, Products And More Products! Hub about a product that you love or that other people love is designed to appeal to that inner mall-loving,...
by Ryan Hupfer 10 years ago
Whether you have a green thumb or not, getting in touch with your inner gardening-freak is never a bad thing and we've decided to touch on it today with this week's HubMob topic of Green Thumb Hubbers: Landscaping, gardening and loving your yard. I have put some research into seeing what are great...
by Wendy Iturrizaga 8 years ago
HubMob Weekly Topic: Christmas Around the world
by Wendy Iturrizaga 9 years ago
HubMob Weekly Topic: Local Highlights and AttractionsWrite about charming recreational sights, such as parks, hikes, historical areas, museums, picnic areas, haunted houses, and any other place to unwind or gawk at.
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