No. I remember reading an article about a woman who had a very low paying job, but over the years, ended up giving a great deal of money and time to charity. I think all that is required is the desire to help others.
You most definitely do not. Philanthropy can have positive effects at any price range. Many people devote small amounts of their income to various organizations or individuals to help others or give their time or talents at no or reduced cost. You can organize fundraising efforts to help others as well. There are so many causes and people in need who would be greatly appreciative of any help they can get whether they are hungry, ill, homeless, in need of funds for school, etc.
by ballas katie 7 years ago
should famous people use their wealth to help others ?
by Ka'imi'loa 5 years ago
If its true that we are here to help others, what are the "others" doing here?
by Clive Donegal 6 years ago
What constitutes our obligation to others?Is doing no harm sufficient or does each of us have an obligation to actively reach out to help others?Do you think that those who believe in a hereafter are more inclined to be philanthopic than those who do not?Is altruism natural or is it learned...
by janesix 4 years ago
Why take more resources than you need to be comfortable? How many cars or jets or mansions is REALLY enough?Is it wrong to take more than your fair share?
by Billy Hicks 5 years ago
There has been a lot of discussion about class warfare, and the wealthy not paying "their fair share",so my question for you, my esteemed fellow Hubbers is this:Assuming that they are complying with all current laws and regulations, and paying what they are required to pay, by law: do the...
by Rev Bruce S Noll HMN 5 years ago
What makes us more inclined to help some people and not others?What would cause you to help a homeless person or a stray animal but not a family member who has an issue that somehow just rubs you the wrong way?
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