Helping the poor seems like a huge task, but nonprofits around the world do it every day, and it is less expensive than you think.
Countless commercials and advertisements on how to help the poor tell people that many of the impoverished people world-wide can live on less than $1 a day. That’s all it would take to help someone in need – $1 a day, $7 a week or roughly $30 a month. For that little, you could save someone’s life.
Now, the impoverished people world-wide have a bit more problems than just trying to live day to day, but there are countless charities that help tackle those problems for the same amount of money. $1 a day helps to run many of the nonprofits who know specific ways in how to help the poor.
There are nonprofits dedicated to providing vaccinations to children to prevent disease, like Shot@Life. There are charities dedicated to advocacy and monetary gifts, like The Borgen Project. There are even nonprofits dedicated to providing mosquito nets to prevent the spread of malaria in impoverished nations, such as Nothing But Net.
It doesn’t cost much to help someone who needs it, and it doesn’t have to “waste” any time. It takes a few seconds to click a button and donate $1 to any one of the nonprofits listed above. They do the work with the help of monetary gifts and donations of any amount.
If you want to do more, learning how to help the poor is simple. There are volunteer positions at any nonprofit where you can spread the word, raise awareness, petition your representatives, and even go to impoverished nations in order to help people.
But in the modern age, you don’t have to. Helping the poor is as simple as clicking a button and donating some money to someone who needs it. It doesn’t have to be a huge undertaking or a big task to saddle yourself with. It can be as easy as giving $1 a day.
– Cara Morgan