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5 Positive Effects of Donating to the ACURE Movement
According to a story released by Atlas of Giving, the outlook for giving in 2016 was less than efficacious. In fact, they stated that U.S.-based giving could decrease by as much as 3.2% for a variety of reasons—including rising interest rates, a possible stock market correction, and continuing decline in employment compensation. But just because certain economic factors may have an impact on giving, this doesn't mean that you should put off your support for a great cause. You might be surprised to learn that, ultimately, it might be you who reaps some of the best rewards of your donation.
Here are five affirmative effects of giving to charity.
1. Experience More Pleasure In research conducted by the National Institutes of Health, participants who chose to donate a portion of $100 they were provided enjoyed activated pleasure centers in the brain. Although this experiment was controlled and scientific, it did show that donating money simply makes you feel better, which is something we can all benefit from.
2. Help Others in Need We don't live in a perfect world, and there's never going to be a perfect time to give—but there are always people out there in need of help. Some folks do not have the means or the know how when it comes down to pulling themselves up by their own bootstraps. There are indeed American citizens without boots. There are folks without feet to stand on. And most importantly there are soldiers’ who are coming home without legs to stand.
3. Bring More Meaning to Your Life When you donate money to a worthy cause, you create opportunities to help people who may desperately need your support, rather its financial or through the donating of your time. If you've been stuck in a pothole, whether personally or professionally, sometimes the simple act of donating cash can do the trick and reinvigorate your life.
4. Promote Generosity in Your Children When your kids see you donating money, they're much more likely to adopt a giving mindset as they grow up. I am write from personal experience. I've donated money to local schools, community agencies, Hospice, St. Jude’s Children Hospital and TMH pediatric unit just to name a few. I have also supported students in school and purchased plenty of books over the years to help students in need. Last Christmas, my family and close friends raised enough money to purchase, socks, t-shirts, underwear, panties and skull caps for 1500 students across the United States of America, without ever going public regarding such generosity.
5. Motivate Friends and Family When we let our friends and family know of our charitable donations, they may find themselves more motivated to undertake their own efforts to give. It takes a village to address issues such as world poverty, scientific advancement, and an effective foundational education. Stoking passions in the folks around you is a very positive and tangible effect Realize that Every Little Bit Helps You don't need $10,000 to make a difference in someone's life. In developing countries, $ 20 could result in a week's worth of meals for a starving child, much-needed medical attention, and even improved schooling. Don't just think of your cash donation from an American economic perspective. Often that money can go a lot further when we travel the world to gain a better perspective of the best practices that works.
Understanding the positive effects of donating money to charity is important—I need your help, socially, spiritually, emotionally, just make sure you have the right people in your corner as you get started.
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The goal is to provide academic tutorial and support for students with dyslexia, ADHD, autism, epilepsy, hearing and visual impairments and many other disabilities. There are 100's of students in our community who parents cannot afford a second opinion or a diagnostic test that will assist their child with their unique learning condition or circumstances.
ACURE will provided them with the necessary support they need at their school. We are looking forward to bringing our service to the student's.
As the founder of ACURE, I have experience academic discrimination and understand the urgency of helping a student when they are young with the hopes that one day they will become self-sufficient. I am Dyslexic and living with ADHD, it's never going away! Thanks for your support!
You never know, it may be your child or grandchild who may need our services one day. Thanks!