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11.10 The Global Charity register (Internet links)
There are many, many charities and their volunteers which I would like to mention but cannot do so here due to available space in this book. But I must mention Amnesty International and UNICEF and of course the two sister charities that stand out in a league of their own, which I do honour: The International Red Cross and International Red Crescent. Support them. But I also want to honour two philanthropists famous for chocolate:
Joseph Rowntree (1836-1925) who bequeathed 3 trusts to help the underprivileged, and Milton Hershey (1857-1945) whose chocolate is World famous to this day. What is not commonly known is that he left his fortune to the creation of the 10,000 acre Hershey Industrial School (now called Milton School), which even now provides education to 1100 underprivileged children. To this day, the school is funded by its shares in Hershey Foods. I direct everyone to go and buy lots of Hershey chocolate - even if it is for someone else.
In the not too distant future there will be no more need for charities that provide for the destitute, starving, homeless or war refugees. Such charities will eventually be replaced by new ones that help those that are not as fortunate as the rest of the local community, yet not as badly off as the days of pre-civilisation prior to 1 ACH. I predict the day will come when only losers are unlucky enough to live in the type of idyllic house the gifted artist Thomas Kinkade is famous for painting.
Until this happens, I commend everyone who currently regularly gives their time or money to charitable causes. Using the Internet link www.12-12-12.org/11.10 you will eventually be able to connect to reputable charities' websites. Don’t forget that a lot of the corporate donations from public companies will be reduced because of War Bond funding, so help fill in the gap, especially if you are a kind hearted individual or magnanimous private company.
Avoid contributing to audited charities that spend more than approximately 10% on administration costs or that do not disclose on the Internet how much is spent on administration.
Don't forget, every hour spent volunteering for a non-political, non-religious charity, counts towards your Family Community Support Card tally.
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