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The Daily Four–“Penny-wise Charity”

Today, Rory’s questions for the Daily Four deal with charity. 

The Daily Four

Season 1 – Game 12

Question Fun Directory

Welcome to The Daily Four!

Today’s Questions to the Readers are….

What do you feel about charity really and should we give to charity and if we should, what should we give?

I feel that charity is a way that society has of making people look after those less fortunate than themselves.

As for what should we give, this varies greatly with circumstances. The needs of the recipient and the giving capacity of the donor are both variable in different situations.

Why do people donate to charities?

a] Belief in organisation?

b] Good deed for the day?

c] The feel good factor

d] Making a difference?

e] Other?

My answer is: all of the above. Giving your time, energy and money to those who need it is always good, whatever your reasons.

What’s a penny to you as in ‘See a Penny .. think of what?

a] Every Penny Counts

b] Pick it up!

c] There isn’t a bad penny?

d] Worth every penny?

e] Other?

I choose a) every penny counts.

If you were asked to donate a single penny, cent as in a  a single unit of the lowest of currencies for your country, would you or would you?

a] Just donate the penny?

b] Donate more than that single penny?

c] Donate nothing, no pennies?

d] Only donate online?

e] Something else?

My answer is b) donate more than that single penny. Sometimes we get so caught up in the rat race that we don’t remember to do our bit for charity. When we become aware of the need of people and organisations, we  end up donating much more than a penny or our lowest unit of currency.


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