70+ Reasons Why Charity Is Important

The significance of charity giving has remained constant throughout the history of human civilization. However, most people take it for granted these days.

But, what makes it so crucial in the first place?

According to several experts, the following are the reasons why charitable giving is so important:

Demesha Page

Demesha Page

Marketing Director, Art For Your Cause

There are many nonprofit organizations that rely solely on donations, ethical purchases, and grants to run and sustain daily operations that assist people and animals in dire need.

For some, it is even quite literally a life or death situation. Taking on a sense of social responsibility inspires and empowers us to make the world a better place.

Some would argue that individual donations do not make a difference but quite the contrary! The category of donors that make the largest impact are individuals who volunteer their time and donate funds (as opposed to corporate giving).

Individual donors continue to be the chief support of charitable giving, representing 80% of all donations! Even amidst and despite unprecedented events in 2020, individual Americans gave roughly $471 billion. Talk about the power of “coming together” to cultivate change!

Even small donations can make a huge impact and drastically improve the life of one, even just one person.

In today’s fast-paced world, however… everyone is busy with their own daily lives and financial responsibilities, sometimes leaving them unable to fulfill their “social obligations.” Being socially responsible can sometimes be overwhelming for some.

Meanwhile, others rely on the value of “ethical consumerism” to help fill that void and bridge the gap to charitable giving.

Ethical consumerism

What does the word “ethical” even mean? Being an ethical consumer relates to having a moral philosophy, moral principles, or the branch of knowledge dealing with social responsibility. This can apply to a wide range of ethical issues.

Making purchases as a conscientious consumer empowers you with the tools to still take action and stand for something good.

With ethical purchasing, the reality is that “every purchase matters.” In addition to direct charitable donations, becoming an ethical consumer can also help those that are affected by various social injustices.

Stop and think for a moment. What are the local and global issues that spark your passion? I am a strong advocate for making our world a better place. I challenge everyone not to be just an “observant believer” in your cause but to take action to actually support it.

Be the change you want to see.

Charitable giving through ethical consumerism is a fusion between altruism, philanthropy, and the marketing exchange.

For instance, the organization Art For Your Cause (AFYC) is a unique online community art marketplace for conscious consumers to shop where every purchase pays an artist and benefits a nonprofit.

A portion of their sales proceeds actually goes to benefit a nonprofit organization. It promotes a sense of community and awareness.

Just like AFYC, there are many other ethical companies to shop from if you want to support a cause through ethical purchases. This approach to giving creates a win-win situation.

Overall, there are many reasons and ways to give back to charity, and I feel that we need to take a closer look collectively at how our charitable giving and purchasing habits can impact the lives of others.

Every charitable purchase and financial donation (whether big or small) truly does matter in the grand scheme of things, which is to make the world a better place. In my opinion, when we help each other, we are truly helping ourselves.

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Andi Thieman

Andi Thieman

Founder, PennyLoafer

In 2020, even in the midst of a global pandemic and economic insecurity, Americans gave a record $470 billion to charity— the largest source of which came from individual donors (69%).

Beyond monetary contributions, we saw acts of kindness like cooking meals for frontline workers, buying groceries for neighbors, and mutual aid efforts sprout up across communities.

Generosity is deeply ingrained in our culture, and this dates back to ancient civilizations. The word philanthropy itself comes from ancient Greek, meaning “love of humanity.

There are a number of benefits to being generous, whether it’s with our time, services, or money.

For instance:

It makes us happier and healthier

Decades of research show that giving to others has a number of positive psychological and even physiological benefits.

It shifts the focus from the self to others, improves our well-being, and makes us healthier (it’s been linked to reducing depression and increasing life span).

In general, people are happier when spending money on others than on themselves. And that warm, fuzzy feeling actually happens in our body! The act of giving releases endorphins and oxytocin, which can give us a “helper’s high.

It helps us feel part of something bigger than ourselves

Charitable giving enables people to put their beliefs and values into meaningful action. When we support a cause, organization, or person we care about, it makes us feel like we’re part of the solution and something bigger than ourselves.

This can provide a sense of meaning and purpose in our lives and even create a stronger sense of self when we see that our actions are aligned with our values.

It rubs off on people

Charitable giving and acts of kindness are contagious! Chances are, your generosity will motivate friends and family to do the same. This can strengthen our relationships and create a greater impact when we join together with loved ones (and even strangers!) to raise money for a common purpose.

It’s also important for our children to see this behavior. Nurturing generosity from a young age encourages kids to adopt giving habits as they grow up.

Whether it’s donating your time, skills, or money, there are a number of reasons to do it!

If you’re short on time, I’d recommend looking at your budget and figuring out what you can afford to give each month. Setting yourself up with a giving strategy will help you be more intentional with your giving.

I would reflect on your values, think about what causes you care about, and start to align your giving accordingly.

Dr. Heather Browne, PsyD, LMFT

Heather Browne

Relationship Expert and Psychotherapist

Charity brings miracles

We are currently in one of our most pressing times globally, financially, and ecologically. No one is certain what is ahead, and there is a tremendous amount of fear and destruction raging throughout our world. People are hurting. And people are hurting one another.

The need for compassion and charity is now.

Charity instills hope, help, and healing. It is a gift given to a needy or deserving cause. It allows us to bless in the midst of war, suffering, and starvation. It reminds us that we have the power to make significant change even in the heat of battle or turmoil.

Related: Why Is Hope so Important in Life?

We can bring warmth, kindness, safety, or even the preservation of life itself.

This gift of life reminds us that we all struggle and that we all have fundamental needs. And when crisis comes, we will be desperate or dependent upon others too.

We must remember this: It is terrifying to be in severe need. It is humbling and horrifying to have no idea how you will survive.

And this is where charity floods in like a lifeboat or with surgery for the body and soul. It can be as simple as a hug or a handshake or as necessary as bread and water. Everything is needed. Nothing is too big, and nothing is too small. Nothing is expected or demanded.

And in our world where we so frequently feel insignificant that we don’t matter, charity devours this lie. You can save a life.

We are starving to matter or leave an impact; That is the frenzy of social media. Focusing upon others brings this in the quickest, easiest, and most profoundly transforming way.

It challenges us to look broader, outside of ourselves, and acknowledge who has needs? This desire and vision bring out the very best in us. It brings out our love, compassion, and our humanity. It allows us to save. And in saving another, sometimes we save ourselves.

When someone becomes suicidal or is struggling with severe depression, there are two poignant suggestions to reinforce a desire to live:

  1. Get a pet to care for.
  2. Donate time, resources, and volunteer.

Charity requires us to be important by making others more important. It magnifies this. Because that’s what charity is. It needs us to give. And giving becomes power, which makes everyone valuable, simply because we are here.

And in being here, we can choose to be the feet and hands of service, compassion, and love, which instills hope in life, in another, and in humanity.

There is no pain inflicted in charity, no stealing or taking away. All are offered and given freely. It is this that brings us back to utopia. What I have is yours. Charity is the act of saving the world.

Brian Davis

Brian Davis

President, BryteBridge

It inspires people to treat each other with generosity and dignity, regardless of their background

Charity is an important part of a healthy society because it inspires people to treat each other with generosity and dignity, regardless of their background. It is based on the idea that everyone in a community deserves care and opportunity, which benefits individuals as well as the community as a whole.

Humans are naturally empathetic and compassionate creatures, and charity allows nonprofit organizations to use these qualities to make meaningful change. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed or helpless when faced with large-scale events like poverty or war.

Charities provide people with a tangible way to help their local or global community, meaning that individuals can make a significant impact on the lives of others.

Nonprofits act as a place for people to focus their empathy and passion in a meaningful way. While monetary donations are a key part of running a nonprofit, many of these organizations couldn’t exist without a dedicated team of volunteers who choose to donate their time.

Volunteers ensure that everything runs smoothly and that the nonprofit can achieve its goals.

However, volunteering doesn’t just benefit the organizations – volunteers frequently feel happier, more fulfilled, and more connected with their community as a result of their work.

A thriving network of nonprofit organizations is essential in every community because they understand the needs of the people they serve and provide services that contribute to their health, well-being, and economic stability.

Whether a nonprofit is a food bank, an animal shelter, a center for free counseling services, or anything in between, they provide much-needed support to those they serve.

Keith Leaphart, DO/MBA

Keith Leaphart

Founder and CEO, Philanthropi

It allows us to help people and change the world

Charity is extremely important because it allows us to help people and change the world. Just look at the charitable acts we’ve seen over the last two years during the pandemic, natural disasters, and conflict.

But one thing to remember when thinking about charity or being philanthropic is that money is not the only thing that matters.

Two of the biggest factors that make people intimidated to give or be charitable are that they feel they can’t donate enough money and that their dollars don’t make a difference. But these are just myths.

Research has shown that individuals – especially those who are Millennials and part of Gen Z— are the biggest drivers of charity and giving today. Everyday, people like you and me can have a huge impact.

That’s why we must redefine what it means to be a philanthropist and charitable.

I’ve personally already started to see a cultural shift in this area— philanthropy is no longer a destination or one-time act, it is more of a journey where we see individuals give their time, money, and social ties to the charitable causes they feel most passionate about.

Without individuals being charitable in any way they can, we wouldn’t be able to make such a difference in our world.

Heather Heunermund, MA, LMHC

Heather Heunermund

Publicist | Owner, Tigereye

The public sector has special interests

You wouldn’t know it, but nonprofits that receive public funds often have strings attached to them. Try as they might, charities have a hard time focusing on their mission when they must fulfill the wishes of a special interest group.

Related: How Do Nonprofits Make Money

Private money raised from donations is unrestricted. That means the nonprofit can use the funds to meet specific needs unique to its mission without the burden of what we call “mission creep” in the nonprofit sector.

You may even receive special recognition publicity or privately as a way to say thank you for your gift. It’s a win-win!

It makes you feel good

People who donate to charities feel good about themselves and their communities. You also set a positive example to others, and you model the behavior that you would like to see in your own community.

When you do good, you feel good. When others donate to important charities, the right causes are elevated— the causes that matter to you and your community. You get to decide what’s important and what’s not.

You get to gift your community with the charity you feel is important to it.

It’s the right thing to do

As a free country, America has limited control over public services. Many helping professions rely heavily on donations to operate and provide a modicum of services.

Nonprofits fill the gap and meet needs that are not covered by the public sector. There are a lot of holes in public sector services.

Without nonprofits, underserved and marginalized populations would have unmet needs. The support you provide really isn’t optional to these charities. It’s their lifeline.

Their yearly operating budgets rely on donations, and during years where donations are low, services are cut.

Charity is critical to meeting society’s unmet needs, and your support of charity is more critical now than ever before as people seek services in response to the pandemic.

Vasiliki Gkarmiri

Vasiliki Gkarmiri

Designer | Co-Founder, Next Door Goddess

A world of inequalities breeds a bomb ready to explode— poverty, resource scarcity, minimal to no access to essentials (from food to healthcare services).

  • If you’re hungry, don’t I need to feed you first before I teach you how to fish?
  • And If I teach you how to fish, doesn’t someone still need to give you a bait and a fishing rod, or a way to get one?

All this is the world of charity.

When we help people in need, when we lift them up and help them build life skills, we don’t help just them. We help our society and our planet- we help build our children’s future. Charity creates powerful positive ripples-and it’s not just a plate of food and somewhere warm to sleep.

It’s the feeling of being seen as a human.

The photo of the child and the vulture made the world see the brutal reality in Africa. The photo of the Syrian children refugees drowned in the Aegean, and now the largest refugee crisis in a century with people fleeing Ukraine- the world is in deep humanitarian crisis.

We can’t afford to stay blind to the pain of other people. And they don’t need to be on the other side of the world. They live among us, too. The homeless, the single moms without a job, people furloughed in this deep crisis that previously enjoyed normal lives.

Sometimes it’s not that easy to know who needs your help— but someone always does, and we never know who the next in line will be.

Charity is a thread that keeps the society net strong

Charity is a thread that keeps the society net strong. The thread that keeps us all together and creates a deep sense of meaningful contribution and care. A sense of belonging to something bigger than us.

Charity isn’t only about money or our gently used clothes; it’s also about our time, our knowledge, volunteering, any way we can provide relief to an immediate need.

What we seemingly give away comes multiplied to us in such powerful blessings-we feel joyful and abundant because to give, you need to feel that you have enough.

As a company, we follow this same approach—we are giving back from Day 1 to a volunteer-run, not for profit, In Kind Boxes, that helps postpartum moms and babies in need in the US with care essentials, and we chimed in to alleviate the pain in the Ukraine crisis, to grassroots organizations on the ground that help children.

Charity is powerful—the more we give, the more we lift people up so that they can stand on their own feet. Our whole society levels up. And we get a feel-good spot in the World Giving Index where Indonesia is top of the list (and not for the first time), showing us what a role model looks like.

What would the US look like if 8 out of 10 people were giving something back?

I believe in the strategic approach of Philanthropy, which seeks and addresses the root causes, but it’s a long-term approach. When a house is on fire, we put out the fire first-then we fix the electricity issues.

The world is in dire need, and it looks like we get it now more than ever-donating money is up across the globe.

We may not have the power to undo all the wrongs in this world, but I know that if we all listen to our hearts, we will all chime in to help people around us because the natural state of our hearts is love. And this, in the end, this love will change the world.

Lisa Zahiya

Lisa Zahiya

Performer, Instructor, Studio Owner, and Business Coach

To watch children move into confidence through the process

Before I started my business as a life and business coach, I was a dance teacher and owned a dance studio. My very favorite part of my profession was my work as a teaching artist, working with children in public housing.

It wasn’t just sharing movement with children (although that always sparked joy), but it was watching the children move into confidence through the process.

This made me passionate about helping children (especially girls) see their own value so they can step into their power as they move into the world as adults. When I went full-time with my coaching business, I didn’t have the avenues for direct service to girls and children. My heart was called to continue to serve.

Occasional giving wasn’t fulfilling my need to support girls, so I worked on a plan to integrate giving into my business. To that end, my team and I created an integrated business plan that included giving and service.

The first part of this is integrated giving — so that every time we make money, we give money. I pull 10% off all sales into a separate account, all of which is donated to charities that align with our mission of helping women thrive in the world.

Additionally, we have built-in a scholarship for our coaching offerings, encouraging folks from marginalized communities to apply with small business ideas. Finally, when we do public workshops, we make matching donations with enrollment. So a specific dollar amount for each enrollee etc.

So what are the next steps for my business? We are working on creating a private foundation that will help girls coming from foster care purchase the necessary supplies for college/dorm living.

Oftentimes these children get scholarships for college but do not have any support in getting things that would be normally provided for college.

In essence, I continually ask myself — “what if every time I do business, something good happens in the world?

Dr. Benjamin Gibson, PAHM, PharmD

Benjamin Gibson

Pharmacist, Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner, and Health Coach | Founder, AWCDIT

Want to know a secret to why women live longer and happier lives than men? (If you happen to be a divorced man, read until the end for a special surprise.) Based on a study from Britain, it is because they volunteer. I know the first reaction to the idea of working for free would make anyone groan.

I can hear the objection now:

“I might get sneezed on and get COVID or the flu!”
“Gas is more than twice of what it used to be two years ago! How can I afford to work for free?”

Whenever I was working, my coworkers loved to complain about how small their wage was in comparison to their stress level. I did not hear any of them talk about volunteering.

Related: The Importance and Benefits of Volunteering

After hearing those conversations, one would think that working for free would make people feel taken advantage of or feel angry.

What were my coworkers missing out on?

  • Volunteers take pride that they gave their time and skills for free.
  • This boosts their mood.
  • While volunteering, they make friends.
  • Depending on the setting, they can mentor younger people and get a lifelong ego boost seeing someone develop into a great person.

Human beings are social creatures. We like to feel accomplished. Volunteering does that. Sometimes one even wins a volunteer award. If one is younger, it can also lead to employment.

I had a classmate who volunteered at the library, and then she became a paid employee. The library was able to hire my classmate because she agreed to learn skills while not earning a wage. In the spirit of reciprocity, the employer replied to the gift of time and learning by hiring her.

After she finished volunteering for months, she had acquired skills needed to be of great value to the library, so of course, they hired her.

At one of my first jobs, one employee told me that it took nine to twelve months to train an employee to an ideal level of competence.

One study compared volunteers with non-volunteers. It was titled “Volunteering Dynamics and Life Satisfaction: Self-Perceptions of Aging as a Buffer” (Huo & Kim, 2021). As people aged, what they thought about aging was important in how they felt. However, people who tended to volunteer tended to be happier.

If one did not have as much formal education, volunteering helped with their working memory. So to avoid being forgetful, volunteer. This was from a study called “Longitudinal Associations Between Formal Volunteering and Cognitive Functioning” (Proulx et al., 2017).

Another study focused on a group of volunteers who started volunteering before the COVID pandemic started. They were able to continue their work online. The volunteers were asked about how they felt before and after the pandemic. Volunteers had higher self-confidence.

They were not worried about the world because they had an additional purpose. Life had a meaning. So depression and anxiety were not a part of their daily life.

This was from a journal on aging, and the study was called “Associations between Volunteering and Mental Health during COVID-19 among Chinese Older Adults” (Chan et al., 2021).

There were three studies by staff in the Psychology Department of the University of British Columbia, where people who spent money on other people were happier than people who spent money on themselves.

In a world that seems to be focused on the idea that “I am the center of the universe,” readers may be surprised to hear that. However, that is what researchers like Dr. Elizabeth Dunn found.

The British Household Panel Survey used 2011 costs to infer volunteering gave a yearly benefit to people of about 13,500 pounds. The US Dollar equivalent to that is $17,621.55. So, add 11 years of inflation. After knowing that, I am much more motivated to volunteer. I guess I cannot afford not to volunteer.

One British author compared that amount to what one loses when one gets divorced. So even if you are divorced, go volunteer. Other people will be happy you are there.

I hope all of this helps one have an easier time being more charitable to others because there is a subset of people whose life experiences make spending money especially painful.

However, if they are able to change behavior, they will be even happier than they are currently feeling.

Omid Semino

Omid Semino

CEO and Founder, Diamond Mansion

It gives people hope and a reason to believe in the graciousness of humans

Charity gives people hope and a reason to believe in the graciousness of humans in the midst of a very cruel world. It’s the selflessness, compassion, and genuine contributions with nothing expected in return—it’s the people, the passion, and the smiling faces—it’s the unadulterated act of giving.

It paves the way for change and a better quality of life

Charity is so important because it paves the way for change and a better quality of life in many avenues of society:

  • animals,
  • education,
  • health,
  • environment,
  • art & culture,
  • and much more.

Related: Why Is Education Important in Our Life?

Anything worth preserving in this world can be impacted for the better through the power of generosity, sacrifice, and commitmentthe power of charity.

It helps the planet, the poor, the honorable organizations, and the world.

Charity brings peace of mind and fulfillment

Another important aspect is the peace of mind and fulfillment it brings oneself to donate to a worthy cause. When you imagine that some children had a decent dinner because of the money you gave, or a kid is able to continue their education, it will bring you satisfaction to no end.

The happiness that you will get from giving your time, money, and efforts helps us to become mentally and physically satisfied and manifests a feeling of purpose in life.

It inspires our communities

There are countless reasons why charity is important, but the last reason I want to focus on more here is the inspiration charity inspires within our communities.

The power of charity proves that when people care and come together, change is more than possible. This inspires others and encourages more participation in charities.

Related: How to Inspire Others (5 Ways to Inspire the People Around You)

It rallies people together and breeds leaders who lead by example.

As a philanthropist and founder of a nonprofit charity myself, I have witnessed and felt the power of this inspiration firsthand many times over—it is, in short, beautiful.

Michael Dadashi

Michael Dadashi

CEO and Co-Founder, Infinite Recovery

Strengthens community relationships

Although huge corporations have the power of making large donations, the larger influence is felt in smaller communities.

During the pandemic, many people banded together to help community members who had lost their jobs and needed financial assistance.

Giving to charity fosters communal togetherness and support, which enhances community relations. These actions also encourage people to work on local issues.

Empowers the next generation

Many parents desire to raise thoughtful children who are aware of their surroundings. Giving back broadens their horizons and inspires them to engage in charity activities.

Community service serves to develop character and raises a generation of people who will contribute to their communities’ upliftment. When you donate to a charity or an endowment fund, you are also empowering others who are less fortunate.

You give them access to materials that can make a difference in their life. The benefits also spread to their communities, helping to improve their situation.

You contribute to a better world

Racism, poverty, starvation, gender inequity, and conflict all have varying degrees of impact on people all across the world.

Every day, millions of children around the world slip into poverty, depriving them of access to:

  • nutritious food,
  • education, and
  • happy childhood.

Due to a variety of problems, we may never have an ideal world.

However, your generous behaviors can provide a pleasant existence for those in need. Your activities have the potential to bring attention to social injustices in your community and provide opportunities to poor people.

Erin LaCkore

Erin LaCkore

Founder, LaCkore Couture

Helps improve the quality of life of other people

There are many reasons why charity is important. One of the most important reasons is that it helps to improve the quality of life for others. Charity also helps to build stronger communities and support those who are in need.

Additionally, charity can help to promote good values and inspire others to do good deeds. Ultimately, charity is a powerful force for everyone involved.

Promotes good values for children

One of the most important reasons why charity is important is because it can teach the next generation about generosity. Charity helps promote good values and helps children understand how to help others.

This can inspire them to do good deeds in the future and make them more compassionate, community-focused people.

Ensures people have access to the same opportunities, resources, and protections

Everyone in society deserves to be treated fairly. This includes ensuring that people have access to the same opportunities, resources, and protections. It also means holding people accountable for their actions and treating them equally under the law.

It is important to strive for justice for all because it helps to create a more fair society.

Helps promote understanding and solidarity between different groups of people

Most charities and nonprofits support vulnerable groups, whether it’s a minority group, a religious cause, or a cause that helps humans or animals in need. When people come together to help others, it can break down barriers and help to create a more inclusive society.

Charity can also help to promote understanding and solidarity between different groups of people.

By working together towards a common goal, we can promote diversity and inclusion. It is certainly true that giving to charities enables us to create a more diverse society or workplace.

In conclusion, charity is important because it helps to improve the quality of life for others, build stronger communities, and support those who are in need. Additionally, charity can help to promote good values and inspire others to do good deeds.

Charity organizations offer a variety of ways for people to get involved in their work, so there is something for everyone.

Janet Coleman

Janet Coleman

Co-Founder, TheConsumerMag

Charity is extremely important in our society. It helps the poor, the sick, and those who have no one to care for them. It is a way of showing love to all people, regardless of background, race, or religion.

A person who donates a lot of money to charity is called a philanthropist. Many people think that giving away too much money can be bad, but it’s not true.

It helps the poor and the needy

There are many reasons why charity is so important in our society. The first and most important reason is that it helps the poor and the needy.

Not everyone is born with a silver spoon in their mouth or has wealthy parents or relatives who can give them a helping hand when they are in need.

These are the people who need help the most, and charities aim to help such people by providing them with a free cost:

  • food,
  • shelter,
  • clothing,
  • and education

Helps someone without directly interacting with them

Secondly, donating to charity means that you are helping someone in need even if you are not directly interacting with them face-to-face.

You can donate money online or through cash/check deposits which means that you won’t have to meet anyone personally, but your donation will still go to those who need it the most.

It helps less fortunate people

Third, it helps less fortunate people. Obviously, charity helps those people who are less fortunate than you are.

However, it’s important to remember that these people aren’t necessarily poor or even homeless.

They may be experiencing a temporary hardship that can be remedied by someone who cares enough to help them out. Charities are always looking for donations for programs that help people get back on track.

There are also charities that focus on feeding the hungry and helping children who don’t have adequate food or clothing.

Ian Sells

Ian Sells

CEO and Founder, RebateKey

Charities amplify your brand’s voice and stand on certain issues

Charities exist for a certain cause and stand for what they believe in. Your company supporting a certain charity means that you believe in what they believe and support their cause.

Customers now buy products not only for the product itself but also weigh brands depending on what they stand for. Supporting a charity implicitly tells your customers what you stand for.

Charities give your brand and your team a sense of purpose

Everybody wants to make an impact on people’s lives. In brands where those are not easily seen and felt, connecting with charities helps teams to have a concrete and tangible feeling of a sense of purpose.

Knowing that your job is changing lives can help drive and motivate employees. It can even unite teams towards a common cause.

Charities can be a good PR

While no brand should visit and help out charities for PR purposes, helping out in charities is a good way to connect and be relevant within one’s community. Doing charity work helps with brand awareness and brand image.

Brand image focuses on delivering a consistent message to the public and the community. Being active in charity work is a good opportunity for a brand to stay true to what it says it stands for and believes in.

Krisztian Riez

krisztian riez

Digital PR Consultant, Condo Control

Currently, as the world goes into another war, famine attacks, another third world country, violence spreads to another. The world is very harsh and can be a negative place.

When you look around seeing so much negativity, it can be shocking to realize what human beings are bound for.

It gives each element of the Earth a second chance

On the flip side of the coin, with every wrongdoing, every hateful, hurtful act, there is an organization and group of people willing to fight, preserve, help humanity and its Earth in times of distress and need.

Another word I can use for this saving grace is charity, as it gives each element of this Earth a second chance.

Charities in today’s society are key for our survival in giving us hope in times when there is none; it gives people, animals, the ocean, the trees, the air we breathe who have no voice at all— a voice that demands to be heard.

A voice that carries out change: change for the better and the survival of the human race.

Without charities, many of us would have empty voices led by the materialism of a purpose other than to buy and consume.

Charity gives people a purpose, a voice to better ourselves and the others around us, leaving a better world than we left it. Without charity, the light of hope diminishes, and so does the beauty of humankind.

Cindy Corpis

Cindy Corpis

CEO, SearchPeopleFree

Charity is characterized as offering assets like time and cash without expecting anything as a trade-off. This caring giving serves the most powerless in the public eye and guarantees that individuals’ basic freedoms and necessities are met.

Associations based on this conviction are not-for-profit, and that implies they don’t benefit monetarily from gifts expected for the causes they serve. Providing for a noble cause is a carving demonstration. There’s no monetary return.

Liberality for the good of its own makes a more sympathetic, local area-centered world. Innumerable foundations center around manageability and assisting networks with turning out to be more independent.

It gives a solid establishment

Given reserves give a solid establishment, whether they’re utilized for preparing projects, schools, etc. Racial segregation can be viewed from one side of the planet to the other.

In light of memorable and fundamental bigotry, individuals are trapped in patterns of destitution. Frequently, racial minorities are essential for a country’s most weak populations.

Charitable associations are exceptionally powerful at lessening destitution.

This is on account of attention to the elements that add to neediness, like orientation imbalance and restricted admittance to instruction.

Guy Hadas

Guy Hadas

CEO and Co-Founder, Age Group

Aids in the long-term sustainability of communities

It is significant because charity aids in the long-term sustainability of communities.

Numerous charities are dedicated to promoting sustainability and assisting communities in becoming more self-sufficient. Donated funds offer a solid basis, whether for training programs, schools, or other purposes.

Related: What Is Environmental Sustainability and Why Is It Important?

Individuals and communities can support themselves and no longer rely on donations when sustainability is prioritized. This benefits the entire planet; thus, there is a monetary return on donations.

Safeguards public health

Another reason is that charitable organizations safeguard public health. The lack of proper healthcare is a big problem. This encompasses:

  • reproductive health,
  • oral health,
  • and preventative medicine.

Contaminated water, for example, causes illness and death in hundreds of thousands of people every year. People’s health has an impact on every part of their lives and contributes to poverty.

Communities can improve their lives thanks to charities that focus on health through vaccine programs, clean water, and other services.

Natalie Maximets

Natalie Maximets

Certified Life Transformation Coach, OnlineDivorce

It inspires us to be kind and selfless

There is no greater deed than being a giver and being able to be kind to strangers. Charity is a type of organization that is based on the concept of giving and providing for those in need without any selfish desire.

Your little acts of kindness can make a significant difference in the lives of individuals who are in desperate need. It has the potential to save a person’s life or completely transform a person’s life.

Related: 30+ Reasons Why Kindness Is Important

After making a positive contribution, you will feel a tremendous sense of satisfaction and happiness.

It helps raise awareness and build relationships

It helps in raising awareness of issues that require both light and serious attention.

There are numerous issues in society about which we are completely unaware. In order for us to help those who are in need, we need everyone’s attention to build a strong and caring community.

Jill Liberman

jill liberman photo

Founder, Choose Happy | Author, “Choose Happy

The little things are the big things

Here are some reasons why charity is important on many levels:

  1. Giving feels good
    • One of the quickest roads to happiness is doing something good for others.
  2. Sets a positive example
    • Show your children the importance of giving to others. Our actions have a great impact on our kids.
  3. We have the ability to give
    • Be thankful for what you have and grateful that you have the ability to give. Charity reminds us that no matter what we have going on in our lives, someone is praying for what we have.
  4. The little things are the big things
    • Sometimes people don’t give because they think it won’t be enough to make a difference. It does. Everything helps, and everything adds up.

Joseph Gardzina

joseph gardzina

CEO, ADAPT Programs

I have centered my life on the idea that if you have the capacity to help someone, you should do it without thinking twice.

Since my childhood, I have seen the inequalities of life right in front of me. Some of my relatives were not very well off and hence struggled to send their children to university.

My parents supported the children and put them through school. One of those children is now working as a global manager at a multinational company.

It teaches you to give without expecting anything in return

Charity, which started at home, was able to change the trajectory of my relative’s life. This is why we must use the power we have to improve an individual’s quality of life.

Most importantly, charity teaches you to give without expecting anything in return. Having no expectations after extending a helping hand allows you to learn how to be self-sufficient yet not selfish.

Donation is a selfless act; this will help increase your self-worth. Since you get a sense of satisfaction and ease by seeing that another soul is at ease because of the resources you were able to provide for them.

The good you put out will come back to you

So much evil is happening in the world, from small-scale terrorism to large-scale battles. Donating to those in need is a form of combating that evil with the little good you can put out in the world.

Always remember, any good you do, either small or big, will always come back to you tenfold. In your own times of need, the good you do will help you.

“No one has ever become poor by giving.”

Ahlgren, Gillian. “The Courage To Change Wisdom From Assisi.” St. Anthony Messenger, vol. 128, no. 2, Franciscan Media, LLC, Aug. 2020, p. 26.

Tami Belt

Tami Belt

Chief Storyteller, Blue Cube | Author, “Poetic Justice: Lessons of love, life & relationships

Charity is necessary for survival

Even Neanderthals knew they needed to live in tribes to survive. Taking care of each other was a necessity, not an act of charity.

Rugged individualism is a misguided myth. Everyone needs help at some time in their life. When one lacks a safety net of their own, charity bridges the gap. Offering a hand up is the right thing to do.

By helping others, we create a stronger, safer, kinder world, one community at a time.

Charity solves problems

Charities exist to respond, replenish and rebuild. Charities can call on resource partners to fulfill immediate and long-term needs in response to a crisis or disaster.

Some charities focus on research to resolve specific health issues and replenish aid and support for patients, families, and caregivers. Other charities focus on helping underserved populations who fall through the cracks rebuild.

People won’t volunteer to work at or donate to a company but willingly do so to help support a charity they care about.

Charity is intrinsically tied to our humanity

It makes us feel better to help others. It builds compassion, empathy, and unites us. Helping allows us to see ourselves in others, focusing on similarities rather than differences.

By paying it forward, we are sharing our wealth of kindness, resources, time, and attention instead of hoarding and isolating, which further builds a divide in society.

Steven Walker

Steven Walker

CEO, Spylix

Well, in my opinion, charity is defined as giving resources like time and money to the ones in desperate need of them without expecting anything in return.

This selfless giving serves the most vulnerable in society and helps ensure that people in need can get something necessary for themselves.

Apart from that, it is also one of the ways to get peace of mind for some people who carry blizzards in their heads. Moreover, there are also several other importance of charity.

Some of the most significant ones are:

It helps harness the power of community

We all know that a single finger cannot damage a face, but a punch can. Hahaha..with this, I mean to say that the power of all is always greater than the power of a single being. Donations from big groups are great.

A group of people who care about humanity and serve it are the most powerful.

It brings a lot of intangible benefits for donors

Well, I already said that there should not be any expectation behind the charity. You should do it without expecting anything. But as I am a businessman, I also want to state this as important “it brings a lot of intangible benefits for the organization.”

Helping others create a feeling of peace, pride, and purpose.

When people experience this positivity you give, they become more generous towards you or your organization.

Evan McCarthy

Evan McCarthy

CEO and President, Sporting Smiles LLC

Make up for what the government couldn’t do

Charity organizations are important to fill in the gaps where the government can’t or doesn’t step up to the plate.

Donating to an NGO that feeds, houses, and clothes people in disasters could mean the difference in someone living or dying.

Government organizations are sometimes extremely slow to react, and there is much red tape before aid can be authorized. Specific charities and NGOs that focus on certain events and problems are much more flexible and capable of being on the ground fast, identifying the most pressing problems, and then using their local networks to act quickly.

Every business should try and donate to a charity or NGO in their area that they feel best represents their ideals. The local charity is always a better option as they are much more knowledgable about existing problems within in a community.

Umair Syed

Umair Syed

Head of Marketing, WELLPCB

Instills a sense of generosity in the following generation

It is a selfless gesture to donate to charity. There is no monetary gain. Generosity for the sake of generosity leads to a more compassionate, community-oriented environment.

Children who are shown the importance of generosity and selflessness are more likely to continue to give as adults. This results in long-term change and a kind legacy.

Helps to achieve gender equality

Gender inequality is still one of the world’s most serious issues. While progress has been achieved in many areas, it is projected that gender equality would take roughly a century to achieve.

Many charities work directly on this topic, focusing on the needs of women and girls. Access to education, greater career prospects, and healthcare facilities all help to decrease the gender gap around the world.

Helps to alleviate poverty

Charitable groups effectively alleviate poverty. This is due to a focus on the issues that contribute to poverty, such as gender inequality and lack of educational opportunities. The poverty rate has been dramatically reduced over time.

The poverty rate in 1990 was lowered by half, five years ahead of expectations in 2015. That accomplishment would not have been possible without the help of charity.

Stacey Kane

Stacey Kane

Business Development Lead, EasyMerchant

Charity is for everyone’s gain

They say charity exists to enable people to make the world a better place, and it is important because it accomplishes that and more.

Individuals engage in it because knowing that they are a part of a bigger purpose gives them a sense of pride, satisfaction, and morale boost. It is also good for organizations since it can help them foster a deeper sense of pride and connection with their employees.

Doing charity together can be a great way for businesses to build a positive work culture and engagement with their people while also extending help to those most stricken by the pandemic or political conflicts.

Related: Building Strong Work Relationships

Whenever we do our share of helping others, either as individuals or as organizations, the help we give back to our community always finds its way of coming back to us.

It could be through building stronger connections with people and potential customers within our immediate community. It could be through having a more positive brand reputation that often contributes positively to the bottom line and the company’s longevity. Or it can simply be that peace of mind and contentment you feel from helping others.

Whatever the case, charity is important because, through it, everyone gains.

Christopher Liew, CFA

Christopher Liew

Creator, Wealth Awesome

Giving to charity regularly allows you to pay lower income tax consistently

You can instantly reduce your taxable income in America once you give to a charity. Based on research, you can deduct as much as 50% of your adjusted gross income when you donate to a public charity or a private operating foundation respectively.

On the other hand, you can deduct as much as 30% of your gross adjusted income if you donate money to private foundations, cemetery organizations, veterans’ organizations, as well as for fraternal societies consequently.

However, you should know that you’ll only be able to enjoy these deductions if you itemize your contributions efficiently and effectively.

Giving to charity makes you happy

42% of people giving to charity frequently believe that donating money can make them happy. This means that giving donations happily can activate pleasure in the brain significantly. Based on research, people are happier when giving voluntarily rather than giving compulsorily.

Giving to charity consistently makes you become known to the local community

One of the benefits of giving to charity is that you’ll become a valuable member of society. You also become a known personality in the local community. This can become a big boost for your business and your brand consequently.

In case you haven’t noticed, people are more likely to support businesses that donate to charity frequently and implement corporate social responsibility regularly.

Adam Garcia

Adam Garcia

CEO, The Stock Dork

Charity promotes a sense of goodwill and unity in a society. Here are some reasons why charity is important:

Charity is a source of relief during calamities

Charity funds can effectively provide relief during calamities such as:

  • natural disasters,
  • war,
  • or pandemics

The funds provide financial assistance to protect fundamental human rights. Donated funds can be used to provide healthcare relief to refugees and can protect communities from deadly diseases.

However, the charity foundations must operate transparently so the contributors know where their money is being spent. It also encourages more people to engage in charitable activities.

Elimination of poverty and inequality

Charity addresses issues that are the result of poverty or inequality. It provides relief to vulnerable populations and prevents them from falling below the poverty line. Charitable funds dedicated to providing education and sanitation improve the quality of life and eliminate illiteracy in society.

By promoting education and protecting basic human rights, charity effectively eradicates poverty and inequality.

Jason Sherman

Jason Sherman

Founder, TapRm

Best way to connect with employees

Many business owners donate a portion of their profits to charity each year. And contributing to a charity is the best way to connect with employees during the holiday season— especially with your remote team members.

A healthy work/life balance allows many remote and hybrid workers to find time during the week to volunteer. And as they are your most valuable resource, making generous contributions in their names to the nonprofits, they are passionate about rewarding the good work your employees do on and off the clock.

While budgets are typically tight for many businesses at the end of the year, saving your tax refund for EOY charitable giving makes it easier.

Can help reduce tax bills

Donating to charities can also help reduce next year’s tax bill. However, be sure to consult a tax attorney and follow recommended practices to get the most out of your donations since the new tax code makes it more challenging to receive tax deductions from charitable contributions.

Lucas Travis

Lucas Travis

Founder, Inboard Skate

Educates the next generation about generosity

Giving to charity is an act of selflessness. There is no monetary gain. Generosity for the sake of altruism fosters a more compassionate, community-focused world.

Modeling the importance of generosity and selflessness to children increases the likelihood that they will continue to give as adults. This results in long-term change and a legacy of kindness.

Improves and strengthens personal values

Charities teach us that helping others is never wrong and always reaps positive results in our lives, especially in the lives of those in need. Seeing good deeds on social media, television, and the news awakens our empathy for strangers, allowing us to see the other side of life.

When we see people grasping at straws, praying for things we don’t pay attention to or value that much, we begin to appreciate what we have.

Will Cannon

Will Cannon

Founder, Signaturely

It brings attention to serious issues

Because it promotes a sense of belonging and purpose. The majority of individuals wish to help others around them. Many people, however, are unaware of the gravity of certain crises or how to assist.

Charity is vital because it raises awareness of concerns and empowers contributors to take action.

Ensure human rights

Everyone in the world should not have to fight to earn human rights. It contains the right:

  • to live,
  • education,
  • work,
  • and free speech.

That is why many charities center on:

  • shelter,
  • food,
  • water,
  • and education.

While the government should be responsible for caring for those within their borders, it often doesn’t happen for one reason or another. Thus, charities are vital.

Kathleen Ahmmed

Kathleen Ahmmed

Co-Founder, USCarJunker

We are able to create a deeper sense of community with one another

Despite the fact that we may often think of ourselves as just individuals, the reality is that human beings are a naturally social clan, which means that we need to live within supportive environments that present a strong commitment to the well-being of the general community.

In other words, we are fundamentally designed to live and function in this manner, and it is through charity we are able to create a deeper sense of community with one another.

So, being charitable is not just “a nice thing to do.” It is important because it is an essential requirement for our survival as humans.

Moreover, by being helpful to those in need, you also start to develop positive character traits in yourself, as being charitable often allows you to see life from other people’s perspectives. This, in turn, helps you gain appreciation and gratitude for your own life.

Megan Moore

Megan Moore

Photographer and Content Creator, Photography Lighting

It’s for the people

Charity is really important because not everyone comes from a privileged background, and it is essential to help people that are in need of help. We live in a society where so many people are struggling, and helping these people is essential.

It’s too easy for people with money to look away from those that are suffering, and this shouldn’t be the case.

For research purposes

On the other side of things, charity can help to raise money for research purposes, which will be very beneficial long term, especially in the scientific community.

These charities are looking for ways to better support the population of the future.

Michael Baldicaña

Michael Baldicaña

Web Content Specialist, Stayyy

Charity can also be used as a tool for motivation and inspiration

Charity is important because it helps to provide a better quality of life for people who are not as fortunate. It can also help to feed the hungry, provide medical care, and more.

There are many reasons why charity is important. Some of these reasons include:

  • It helps those in need.
  • It provides the opportunity for people to give back to society and society at large.
  • It allows people to help others in need without having any personal gain or loss themselves.
  • It can be used as a tool for social change by allowing people to help those who have been marginalized or oppressed.
  • It also helps to make the world a better place.

The importance of charity is not just limited to people who are in need. In fact, charity can help us find solutions to our own problems. Charity can also be used as a tool for motivation and inspiration when you need it most.

Tyler Read

Tyler Read

CEO, Personal Trainer Pioneer

It is an investment in your community

Charity is essential because it is an investment in your community, whether local, national, or global.

If you are fortunate enough to have the income to spare, a small donation can make an immense difference in someone else’s life. Contributing to others less fortunate connects you more to the world around you.

Feeling a part of the greater human experience is something that we often lack in today’s increasingly virtual world.

If you are lucky enough to have the means to contribute, the benefits of doing so are ten-fold. Each moment of generosity brings us all one step closer to each other.

James Diel

James Diel

CEO and Founder, Textel

It motivates us to work harder

Charity is important because it motivates us to work harder. Let’s say you find a charity for a cause you really believe in and see that they have multiple donation options.

Perhaps a certain amount of money will get you subscribed to their newsletter or will earn you a personal message from someone you’re helping.

Having your name associated with a worthwhile cause can mean so much more than spending on frivolous things.

Yes, we all deserve the things we want in life, but much of what can be bought is only fun for a while. Charity can have a life-changing impact on others, and that carries a lot more meaning than something you’d buy on Amazon.

Knowing that you’re motivated to improve your own earning potential so you can help others and increase your contributions to the charities you love most.

Jeremy Clifford

Jeremy Clifford

CEO and Founder, Router CTRL

Charity spreads positivity

One reason why charity is important is that charity spreads positivity. A lot of spirits are lifted when we see signs of compassion and generosity.

Charity, without a doubt, brings a wholesome of positivity into one’s life, assisting not only you but also those around you in becoming better people and making the world a better place.

Giving and charity are unselfish acts, and when the world shifts from selfish to selfless, there will be heaven on earth.

People are moved when they see acts of kindness. There’s something in charity that makes people realize and prompts them to act. I know it’s not much, but when you give something to the needy, you feel so blessed because even with so little, you are able to make a huge difference.

This is probably what encourages us to act more and do more. The idea that you can make a difference in this world can move mountains.

Cliff Auerswald

Cliff Auerswald

President, All Reverse Mortgage, Inc.

Supports vulnerable people and create a more equitable world for everyone

Charity helps those most vulnerable in our society, helping to fight worldwide racial discrimination. Historical and systemic racism catches minorities and people of color in the poverty cycle more than their white-skinned counterparts, which often perpetuates unfair stereotypes.

Charities support vulnerable people and create a more equitable world for everyone through:

  • direct financial support,
  • lobbying for better legislation,
  • and providing pro-bono legal representation.

We cannot get so wrapped in our individual needs that we ignore those of the community as a whole— charity helps those that need it most.

David Adler

David Adler

CEO and Founder, The Travel Secret | Author, “Cracking the Code on Travel

It helps break the cycle of poverty

For those who don’t like to give or contribute with money, there are other ways that you can help. Make donations or provide essential materials like food, water, or clothing.

Charity has many benefits. It not only helps you feel good as a person but by doing a little of your contribution, you are helping by breaking the cycle of poverty for those who need it the most.

Devin Schumacher

Devin Schumacher

Founder, SERP

People like to thank those who give back

This may seem harsh or less than philanthropic, but those who donate are more likely to be promoted by the businesses or charities that they donate to.

Outside promotion and organic leads are key to increased SEO scores and therefore increased business. When a business thrives, a business owner is more apt to make additional donations, perpetuating a positive cycle.

Brian Dechesare

Brian DeChesare

Founder, Breaking Into Wall Street

Functions as a way to redistribute capital in an extremely unequal society

The question of why charity is important can be approached from a social perspective, an economic perspective, and more. One reason why charity is important is because it functions as a way to redistribute capital in an extremely unequal society.

Charity allows individuals and organizations, primarily through philanthropy, to share their excess resources with those who are under-resourced. In this sense, charity might be seen as a vital practice with regard to socio-economics.

Charles Helms

Charles Helms

Founder, Tracking Advice

Charity is critical for racial equality

Worldwide, there is racial discrimination. People are trapped in cycles of poverty due to historical and institutional racism. Frequently, racial minorities comprise the most vulnerable populations in a country.

Charities contribute to racial equality by tackling the oppression of racial minorities. Lobbying for more progressive laws, providing necessary services, and providing pro bono legal counsel are just some actions.

Drew Sherman

Drew Sherman

Director of Marketing and Communications, RPM

It will show the business’ character

Businesses can benefit from being charitable. When raising money for important causes, for instance, posting about it on social media can definitely work in favor of a business’s reputation.

Followers of this social media account will take note of this as it will show not only what the business does but the business’ character.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I choose which charity to support? 

There are many charities and causes to choose from, so deciding where to donate your time and resources can be overwhelming. It’s essential to consider a few factors to ensure your donation will have a meaningful impact.

Here are some tips:
– Research the organization’s mission, goals, and impact.
– Check the charity’s financial records to ensure responsible handling of donations.
– Consider causes that align with your personal values and interests.
– Look for charities that have a specific focus and measurable impact.
– Read reviews and recommendations from other donors.
– Consult with a charitable giving advisor for guidance.

Can I volunteer for charity if I have limited time or resources? 

Yes, there are many ways to volunteer for a charity, even with limited time or resources. Some organizations offer short-term or one-time volunteer opportunities, such as participating in a fundraising event or helping with a specific project.

You can also look for virtual volunteer opportunities that allow you to contribute your skills from anywhere or offer to donate goods or services that can benefit a charity or its beneficiaries.

How can I encourage others to support a charity? 

Encouraging others to support a charity can be a powerful way to make a difference in the world. Here are some tips on how you can inspire others to get involved and support a charity:

Share your story and passion: Start by sharing your personal account and why you care about the cause. Explain how you got involved and the impact that you’ve seen or experienced. People are often more likely to support a cause when they can see the personal connection and impact.

Educate others about the cause: Provide information and data about the issue that the charity is trying to address. Share stories, statistics, and examples to help others understand the importance of the cause and the impact that the charity is making.

Use social media and other platforms to spread awareness: Use your social media profiles and other online platforms to share information and updates about the charity and its activities. Encourage others to follow the charity’s social media pages and share its posts with their networks.

Lead by example: Show others how charitable giving and volunteering can positively impact your own life and the lives of others. Share your experiences and encourage others to get involved in volunteer activities or donate to a charity.

Create opportunities for others to get involved: Organize a fundraising event or volunteer activity and invite others to participate. Provide information and resources to help them get started and show them how their contributions can make a difference.

Provide recognition and gratitude: Recognize and thank those who support the charity, whether it’s through volunteer work, donations, or advocacy. This can help build community and encourage others to get involved.

Be persistent and patient: Encouraging others to support a charity takes time and effort. Be patient and persistent in your efforts, and don’t give up if you don’t see immediate results. Remember that every little bit helps, and everyone involved can make a difference.

Is it safe to donate to a charity online? 

Yes, it can be safe to donate to a charity online if you take proper precautions. It’s important to research the charity and ensure they are reputable before donating.

Look for organizations with secure websites (e.g., those with “https” in the URL), clear privacy policies, and trusted payment processors.

Additionally, avoid clicking on links or opening attachments from unsolicited emails or messages that claim to be from charities, as these may be scams designed to steal your personal information.

How can I ensure that my donation reaches the people who need it most? 

Choose a reputable and effective charity: Look for charities that have a clear and measurable impact on the cause they support and that provide transparent reporting on how donations are used.

Consider charities with established programs, experienced staff, and strong partnerships with local communities or organizations.

Research the charity’s financial records: Check to see if it is registered and licensed and follows ethical and responsible practices in handling donations. 

You can also look up the charity’s financial reports or IRS Form 990 to see how it uses its funds, what percentage goes to programs versus administration or fundraising, and how it compares to similar organizations.

Specify your donation: Be clear and specific about how you want your donation to be used, such as supporting a specific program, project, or population. This can help ensure that your donation is directed to the area of greatest need and that it has the most impact.

Follow up on your donation: Keep in touch with the charity and ask for updates or reports on the specific project or program your donation supports. This can help you track the impact of your donation over time and ensure that it is being used effectively.

Get involved: Consider participating in volunteer activities or advocacy efforts to see firsthand how your donation makes a difference.

By working with the charity and its beneficiaries, you can better understand the community’s challenges and opportunities and find ways to contribute your skills and expertise.

Can children get involved in charity work?

Absolutely! Encouraging children to engage in charitable activities from a young age helps instill empathy, compassion, and civic responsibility early on.

Children can participate in fundraising events like bake sales or lemonade stands, volunteer at local organizations alongside their parents/guardians, or even start their own small-scale initiatives like collecting toys for underprivileged kids.

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