Brett Maas lists top five sites to make a charitable donations. Giving back is one of the best ways to become a better person and help people. I hope my Blog will inspire you to do so and make it easier to come up ideas on who to help.
1. Make a Wish Foundation
2. Arizona Cancer Charities
3. ChildFund International
4. Ronald McDonald House Charities
5. PetSmart Charities
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How It All Began
Running in the ING New York City Marathon was a personal challenge that Mike Havard had undertaken successfully before. In 2004, however, he raised the bar for himself even higher by committing to use his participation in the marathon as a way to generate funds for The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp in Ashford, Connecticut. That year, his fundraising efforts brought in close to $40,000 for the Camp.
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Brett Maas found a great resource to find places to contribute and give back to.
Check it out here https://www.charities.org/
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Charity comes to mind when doing your taxes. For me its for two reason. First any donations you make are usually a chance to write off on your taxes. But please follow the advise of a CPA or a tax professional when it comes to what you can write off and what you can’t.
Secondly, any tax refund you get back is another opportunity to give back to charity and help your local community. I always favor local charities and its as easy as going to Google and searching “your local city/state + charities” for some ideas. So when you get that well deserved tax refund hopefully think about giving 5,10, or 15% of it to a local charity that can help others.
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Sometimes catastrophes hit without warning or notice. And for the people of Haiti this exactly what happen. We all spend at least 5.00 a day on lunch, Starbucks, cigarettes what ever. My point is that we should all pitch in as much as we can and help people in their time of need because you never know when it will happen to you.
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In this recession, there are more and more animals being abused and left behind. People can’t afford their homes, bills, and now their pets.
It’s time to help out your local animal shelters and donate blankets, foods, money whatever you can. Every little bit helps.
Check out this adorable little puppy trying to whistle. If this doesn’t move you to help I don’t know what will.
I decided to share some links to organizations you can contribute to that can help feed people that are less fortunate for the Holiday Season.
Here is the Brett Maas Top 3 List organizations doing great work, giving back, and ways for you to give back. What’s your top 3?
- Salvation Army
- Phoenix Rescue Mission
- Food For Others
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I like to give back, and cause awareness to give back. So I have come up with a quick list of links so you can do the same. Here is my favorite list of humane societies.
Human Society of the United States
Animal Humane Society
Arizona Animal Welfare League
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Here is a great organization that I contributed to and you should as well!
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Found a great list to donate to Arizona charities list.
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