Thursday, June 29, 2017


When you give, you give.  You do not give and then celebrate your act to promote yourself, because if you do, then you are promoting yourself and not the needs of the recipients of your donation.  Are you listening Mike Hernandez?

There are millions of good people in the U.S. when combined who give more than the people who may even give a million dollars, and never run to the press or internet to say "hey look at me, give me credit for what I have done."

These millions are the ones changing America for the better and not the millionaire who uses their charity to promote themselves.


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Anonymous said...

It is the wealthy that donate millions to charity yet they are the ones critized the most. Here's a liittle secret: They are wealthy because they work hard and they are successful.

BobbyWC said...

And you totally missed the point. Millionaires donate millions anonymously to all sort of charities. They do not run to the press or social media in self promotion. That is the point you totally missed

BobbyWC said...

No only did you miss the point, you seem to dismiss the millions and millions the average joe and jane donate by volunteering in soup kitchens, food banks, visiting seniors at homes and hospitals - who work as big brothers and sisters. Charity in this country would not work without these millions of people donating millions of dollars in services for the poor. I do not see then running to the press demanding press.

Any truly old money and educated person knows it is unseemly to promote yourself after making a charitable donation.

Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

Not all the wealthy obtained there wealth through hard work!

Anonymous said...

Not all the wealthy obtained their wealth through hard work!