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How to Choose the Right Charity Before the Holidays

The season of giving is upon us. Charities of all sorts, from far and wide, are reaching out to kindly ask for your generous donation to their cause. It may feel like an attempt to take advantage of one’s seasonal generosity, and in some cases, it is. Considering the fact that 501(c)(3) organizations are tax […]

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Spark Your Donors’ Interest: Financial Transparency

Recently, people donating their money and efforts in the wake of disasters has spawned the need to share an extremely crucial piece of information: where the money is going and what their money is going to exactly. Financial transparency is a very important practice that all legitimate charities and organizations should abide by if they […]

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Chicago’s Best Charities

There are a lot of wonderful causes to support in the greater Chicago area. Many great area nonprofits support the environment, education, and even animals. While a number of nonprofits fill merely a community void, the great ones have clear goals, and they maximize every dollar down to the last red cent. According to Giving […]

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The Science of Giving and Happiness

The joy felt upon receiving a gift or having an act of kindness be directed towards you is truly exceptional. What many may consider even more enjoyable however, is being on the opposite end of this selfless act. Giving to others evokes a sense of happiness felt by both parties, making it a mutually beneficial […]

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How to Incorporate Charity in Your Travels

Traveling is something most people want to do at one point in their life. Whether you’re looking to backpack through Asia or take a Caribbean cruise, there are tons of exciting destinations for you to discover. But did you know you can help charities while you’re traveling? It’s true! There are quite a few ways […]

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Muhammad Yunus on Philanthropy and Social Conscience

Muhammad Yunus, founder of Grameen Bank and recipient of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize, has an interesting take on philanthropy. His ideology can be summed up by this: poverty is created because poor people are not given the opportunity to bring themselves out of poverty. However, there is much more to his stance than first […]

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How to Help Victims of the California Wildfires

2017 has been a year of devastating natural disasters for many parts of the United States. Less than a month ago, hurricanes were in the news for their fatal impact on the South. Today, there are dozens of wildfires ravaging California and making it impossible for some to leave their houses. The air pollution is […]

William Nakulski

How You Can Help After a Natural Disaster

Natural disasters have disastrous consequences. People lose their homes, their loved ones, and even their futures. It is critical that unaffected individuals should do something to help alleviate the stress that the victims have. Here are just a few ways people can devote their time and effort. Donate as little money as you can A […]

Treating Muscular Dystrophy

A serious disease that affects roughly 1 in every 3,000-5,000 males between the ages of 5 and 24, muscular dystrophy can manifest itself in nine different forms. This slightly less common disease causes a loss of muscle mass and weakened muscles over time due to gene mutations which prevent the necessary proteins that form muscle […]

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How to Treat Newly Diagnosed Breast Cancer

Cancer. It’s amazing the weight that one single six-letter word can carry. In an instant, the whole course of your future comes screeching to a halt as you try to process what you were just told. As scary as it sounds, when you look at the numbers it’s even scarier: An estimated 50% of American […]

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