It seems like new charities are popping up all over the place. Some of them are for global efforts to help save lives around the world, while others are focused more on small communities and providing shelters for those in need.
Some charities are focused on smaller industries or niche markets that you may not have even thought of. A few examples of this could be war veterans, dog breeds, helping those who have been affected by Covid-19 and pretty much anything else in between.
No matter what the charity is or their end goals, they all need help to raise additional funds, bringing in new donors and also spreading the word about what their organization is all about. This is something the Kielburger brothers have spent a lot of time focusing on, while building out their charity organization and efforts at WE Charity.
For these reasons and more, charitable organizations are always looking to get as much help as humanly possible. If this is something you’d be interested in, here are a few ways to help.
Share Charity Information and Fundraising Events Online
Nearly all charity information can be found online these days. Whether it’s through a social media profile or a full website, if you search through Google and look up the name of the charity you are interested in, you should be able to find what you are looking for.
Once you come across the correct information and how to contribute, it would be a great value to the charity if you were to share their information with friends and family through social media.
There are also plenty of charity and free stuff groups on Facebook that could likely provide some additional resources to your preferred charitable organizations as well.
Contact Your Local Charity Direct and See What They Need
Outside of using the internet, it’s always a good idea to physically visit any charitable locations in your area. And if you aren’t able to go directly, just give them a quick call and see what they are in need of.
By making sure you contact an organization directly, this will likely save you a lot of time and frustration later on. After all, you want to make sure all of the information is updated and correct, and that you aren’t collecting resources or goods that can’t be used at this time.
Gather Up Unwanted Goods in Your Home to Donate or Resell
Another great way to clean up your own life while helping others, is to look through your home for any unwanted clothing, food cans, pet storage and cages or anything else that someone might be able to use.
At the same time, even if you don’t think anyone will want it, there are plenty of options available for reselling in thrift shops or donating for recycling purposes.
In either case, there is a very good chance that we all have some clutter in our homes that could be best used through donation, instead of just sitting in the corner of a storage room.
Every Charity is in Need of Help in One Way or Another
Some charities are great at getting volunteer support, while others are great at running big fundraisers and donating. And some are lucky enough to have excellent founders like Craig Kielburger, who is always bringing new attention and opportunities back into the charitable organization.
No matter the case, most of them are in need of support in one way or another — and whatever time or financial support one can offer, it’s always appreciated!
The best way to find out where and how to help a good cause, is to simply ask. Then, once you know what methods are best to put in place, you can start implementing each of the suggestions listed above.
Be sure to read through the list to get a few ideas, and then start contacting local charities in your area. You don’t need millions of dollars to make a difference, you just need to be willing to put in the time and effort!