Can only the rich do social good? Not really
Some innovative organisations let you donate small amounts for social good and empower the recipients
Most middle-class folk would like to make an impact on the lives of people less fortunate than themselves. However, the fleeting thought to do good is normally brushed aside in the rush of day-to-day living.
The main line of thinking is, the amount they can spare for this is so low that it will not make an impact, and only the rich can afford to spare money for social good. Some people turn to their immediate circle of assistants like the maid, watchman, newspaper, milk delivery person etc, and help them on things such as their children's education expense, hospitalisation expense etc. ...
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First Published: Sun, July 17 2016. 22:04 IST