Old 9th Feb 2013, 23:37
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mini
 
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No, I need to analyse different charities and decide where the money will do the most good.
Deciding on where the money will "do the most good" will depend on your criteria, is it helping the homeless locally, supporting an animal charity or providing funds to feed a famine region? Its very subjective.

What is your priority?

The non profit/charity sector is a minefield if you're not careful... a good tip is to look for an organisation that also receives gov. funding, its usually a sign that they've been sussed out to a certain degree..

If you want to play safe pick an established international operation such as oxfam, unicef, concern worldwide etc.
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