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The Incentives for Charitable Acts
Incentives For Charitable Acts Offering incentives in exchange for charity work has become a growing practice in society today. However, it is widely debated whether it is unethical to offer incentives in exchange for charity. Though it is upsetting that people will only do charity for their personal gain, still offering i...
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A Study of an Argument Against Pacifism
Naverson starts his critique of pacifism by claiming the term is not well-defined, and there can be many variations of it; he believes people use the term differently because several different doctrines have labeled themselves as pacifism. His refutation focuses on the view that it is morally wrong to use force to resist, p...
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A Deeper Understanding of the Meaning of Charity
At the beginning of the semester, I was asked to come up with a project for New Testament class that would put what I was learning into direct application to my life. I asked myself, “what would make the most positive difference in my life at this moment”? One of the things I struggle with the most is that I think I can gen...
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A Hypothetical Fundraising Project: Bake Sale to Raise Money for Flint, Michigan, a Town Dealing with Water Contamination
Fundraising Project Fundraisers are projects used to help raise money for a special person, event, or cause. Fundraisers are usually done out of kindness and a desire to help others who have found themselves in unfortunate circumstances. There have been hugely successful nonprofit organizations, some of which include Unite...
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The Life and Social Contributions of Dorothy Day
Biography of Dorothy Day Dorothy Day was born to John Day and Grace Satterlee on the eighth of November 1897 in Brooklyn, New York. Dorothy was born into a time when her family was prosperous; however, the Day family experienced poverty as well. In 1903, shortly after Dorothy started school, the family moved to California,...
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Friends of Animals, an Organization Educating the Community How to Help Animals
Friends of Animals Citizens have responsibilities like participation in government, church, membership of voluntary associations, which they usually take part in if they are civically responsible people. Civic responsibility can also be displayed in advocacy for various causes. All of these responsibilities are important...
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The Make-A-Wish Foundation as a Philanthropic Organization
The Make-A-Wish Foundation as a Philanthropic Organization The Make-A Wish Foundation is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization that seeks to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses in an effort to strengthen and empower them (2016). They exist as a national organization with local chapters to grant the wis...
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An Overview of Cancer Fund of America and Its Role in Providing Treatment to Cancer Patients
Introduction Non-profit organizations are companies that use resources in order to provide something positive for one or more groups in society. Charity organizations are also sometimes focused on things like environmental protection or the protection of an endangered species. Most non-profit organizations are funded throu...
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The Importance of Public Service in Sustaining a Society
Essay #1 Doctrine and Covenants 4:2 states, “Therefore, O ye that embark in the service of God, see that ye serve him with all your heart, might, mind and strength, that ye may stand blameless before God at the last day.” I believe that service plays a big part in creating harmony in a society, but in order to have that tr...
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Prince Harry as a Philantrophist
Royalty is often regarded as a prestigious lineage of blood: a family that is better than others, simply because of who they are and not because of what they have done. Not often do these mighty labels truly serve as a fitting title for a person, but Prince Henry Charles Albert David, known as Prince Harry, earns the title...
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The Acts of Philanthropy of the American Captains of Industry during the Nineteenth Century
Reminiscing on a recent travel to a factory, W.H. Auden remarked, “One cannot walk through an assembly factory and not feel that one is in Hell.” This was the unfortunate truth for many hard-working Americans across the nation during the latter part of the 19th century. The only light present in these factories was the sunl...
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The Plight of the Poor and the Philanthropy of the Captains of Industry during the Nineteenth Century
Long work days, terrible conditions, pathetic wages- the rise of industry in America brought with it a rise in problems facing America’s working class. The poor got poorer, the rich got richer, and society taught that only hard work and honesty would get you to prosperity. However, people, who look at the large business own...
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What I've Learnt About Philanthrophy and How I Conducted a Plan to Efficiently Engage in Philanthropy
Over the course of the semester, this class has taught me many things about how to conduct philanthropy effectively. As a result of taking this course, I have learned several valuable lessons about philanthropy, redefined what I believed philanthropy meant, and constructed a plan to effectively engage in philanthropy in the...
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The Hestia Circle as an Example of an Effective Philanthropic Organization
The Hestia Circle takes a somewhat non-traditional approach to philanthropy. Founded as a hybrid of a social group and charitable organization, the group valued camaraderie and friendship among its members nearly as highly as making tangible social change. Despite a very unorthodox approach in many ways, the Hestia Circle i...
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The Altruistic Goals of Jessica Alexander's Chasing Chaos and Carrie Kahn's Voluntourism' Explodes in Popularity Who's It Helping Most?
In the modern world, when disaster and poverty arise there is almost immediate outcry for humanitarian aid. Humanitarian aid, as the profession described in Jessica Alexander’s Chasing Chaos: My Decade In And Out Of Humanitarian Aid, is not for everyone, but many people still want to aid those in need themselves, just not f...
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The Misunderstanding of Reciprocal Altruism by the Society
The public has always had a bad taste in its mouth about evolution. There are many people who dismiss it as bogus, stating that there is no proof behind it; that evolution is made up by atheist scientists who want to ruin religion. This is not true though; there are many religious people who believe evolution. That is ju...
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A Comprehensive Analysis of How Warren Buffet's Con Would Feed the World, an Article by Nina Munk
Rhetorical Analysis In Nina Munk’s article “How Warren Buffet’s Son Would Feed the World” she met with Howard G Buffet, who is among the world’s most powerful philanthropists. Only the world’s richest people can influence a stop to world hunger, and Howard Buffet is one of them. Howard Graham Buffet is a farmer and busin...
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A Discussion on the Charity Mission of Hunger Alleviation in Minnesota
Introduction Helping the Hungry people in the rural areas of Minnesota The mission of Charity organization is to ensure the hungry people living in local areas of Minnesota are looked after through food donations and financial aid. Further, the organization anticipates in creating a free hunger zone in the rural areas of...
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A Discussion of the Philantrophy of Andrew Carnegie
A philanthropist is someone that is truly devoted to improving the quality of life of those in need. This help may come in many forms, but it is usually delivered through the establishments of educational institutions or shelter and medical facilities, as these offer the most to those less fortunate. Andrew Carnegie’s phila...
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A Personal Recount of the Belief in Charity
What do you believe in? It is an interesting and personal question. A question that everyone has asked themselves during their life. While I thought about what my topic should be for this assignment, I asked myself that very question. What do I believe in? To be honest I was completely lost. Things came and went, but nothin...
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