i am not in charities yet and am thinking of what is mostly the reason for people to donate their money to charities. i understand the nobile act of giving and helping others but i also am interested on how does the Americans see it working well for their personal growth. do you calculate on how much to donate by the end of a year to receive more or less money on your tax return to be filled on soon or is there simply no other underlying reasons rather than the support for the needy? how do you do it? i became an American not a very long time ago and am not yet on a v. stright financial path hence my 'obscure' question. i'd prefer to hear some honest answer but critique, simply by learning. did you donate money in the past and what was your underlying reason of doing so. of todays i could donate to my church or for instance to leaukimia society or to support any education or science or run in a marathon, simply by connecting with those thu experience. possibly others too :) could you tell me how's that working in your case? thank you and may God bless you.
Asked by Anonymous at 4:54 AM on Oct. 25, 2011 in Money & Work
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