Donating to charities isn’t just for the wealthy or the high-profile. You don’t have to be famous to give. Actively participating in charity events may not be your thing, but everyone gets to a point where a good, serviceable but old armoire or a working washing machine may need to be replaced by a newer or updated style. What, then, would you do with them? There are organizations that work with charities to accept your donations. Continue reading
So you’ve decided that the best way to get rid of that old car is to give it away to charity. What’s next? You just have to find a cause and hand over the keys, right? Not quite; there are a few other things you might want to consider to make the most of your donation.
Find a Worthy Charity
The thing about giving to charity is that you have to consider the moral implications of your donation. In other words, give to a cause that you genuinely believe in, and not just one that everybody else is donating to. Remember, there’s a fine line between charity work and giving away for mere convenience. Continue reading