If you received 20 million dollars, would you donate some to the poor people?
Absolutely, but i think the most important thing is helping the poor help themselves, rather than just giving money away help them grow food, start small businesses etc
Sure thing! I will share that to the people who need it the most.
Yes I would, I already do and I'm not a millionaire.
Yes, we should train people to run their own businesses, grow their own food, etc. but we should still help them out after a natural disaster such as a year-long drought.
I would. I have a lot of poor people in my family that need to be taken care of!
What do you think would happen if I gave a large amount of money to a poor person?
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