Helping Others Helps Ourselves

Innumerable charities are in a daily search for monetary and tangible donations. Often times, the first though of giving to others is a positive one. Then all too often the thought process turns to reasons not to give. Perhaps the fear of giving away money that might soon be needed at home is overwhelming, or maybe the notion that a smaller donation won’t make a big enough difference inhibits the action. No matter what excuses are imagined not to give, there are always several good reasons to help provide for others.
Other than the significant feeling of pride and accomplishment for having given to a greater cause, contributors always have the benefits of tax deduction, space clearing, and social promotion. Creating a better society, whether the one we live in, or one half way around the world, has an impact on all the people and cultures surrounding it. By giving time, money, or resources to any given charity, patrons can make a difference in the world. When others see the good that comes from any small amount of giving, they tend to want to give as well. The feeling of having contributed to the betterment of others is contagious and rewarding. As the desire to help spreads, the world continues to improve.
Tax deductions can be claimed for donating money or items of need. Tax deductions are based on the value of items donated. Cleaning out closets and attics will clear out clutter and benefit neighbors at the same time.


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