The Donate And Support For Others, Not For Me Page

I Will List Those causes that I feel will make a difference to the lives of those of us who want to donate and help but don't know where to begin, and to those of us who don't have much to donate but limit amounts are not the standard.

I will list some of the information about the cause then I will give you a link to the site for you to read and make a decision for yourself. Remember reading is a fundamental, but helping and charity should be from the heart.

Great words:

Negros must be honest enough to admit that our standards do often fall short. One of the true signs of maturity is the ability to rise to the point of self criticism. Even when that criticism comes from whites, we must pick out elements of truth in them. Our crime rate is far too high, and our level of cleanliness is far too low. Too often we live above our means, and spend money on nonessentials. We fail to give to serious causes and organizations. We are often loud and boisterous, and spend far too much on drinks. Even the most poverty stricken among us can purchase a 10 cents bar of soap, and even the most uneducated among us can have high morals----DR. KING


Again I will list the sites under the description

Stacey McBride-Irby made a name for herself at Mattel as the creator of the “So In Style™” line of Black Barbie dolls - the first dolls to embrace and celebrate girls and women of color!

The One World Doll Project introduces its first line of dolls, designed by Stacey, that are “Prettie” in ways that are as empowering and uplifting as they are gorgeous!

Prettie Girls Dolls

MSNBC's The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell and UNICEF teamed up to provide school desks to children in Malawi through the groundbreaking project, "K.I.N.D.: Kids in Need of Desks."

The country’s education system is plagued by several factors: overcrowding, a shortage of qualified teachers and a profound scarcity of basic materials, like desks or chairs. Most kids just sit on the floor because they don’t have any other option.

Each desks costs $48, and they seat two children. Every little bit makes a difference. To learn more about K.I.N.D. and ways you can donate a desk to a child, click here!

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