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What do you usually donote for? How often do you donote?
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I don't have much financial means to donate my own money (living off PIP/bank of Mum and Dad), but I volunteer with a social philanthropic enterprise and my "earnings" from that go directly to a charity of my choice (most years, a music charity that works with refugees and asylum seekers). Donated over £4K of "earnings" to this charity over a... 5-6 year period maybe?
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What do you usually donote for?
Not sure what you mean?
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Not sure what you mean?
I mean you donote for region charity or other things
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(Original post by shebk)
I mean you donote for region charity or other things
Sometimes regional, sometimes local or international. Depends on the cause.
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I donote to the charity for abandoned gucci bags and rings, heartbraking
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I donote to the charity for abandoned gucci bags and rings, heartbraking
Me knowing ill always get a rep from Londonmyst :cool:
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No, not the 1p to McDonald’s when ordering your maccie and fries.
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Yup I have a standing order every month to the RSPCA and Free the Bears
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Donated stem cells to an anonymous recipient.
Donate blood.
Donate occasionally for a few charities but not regularly.
Donate food to the food bank.
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Nope, not money. A lot of charities exist for the sole purpose of money laundering and tax writeoffs. Want no part in that, don't have an issue with donating my time though.
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(Original post by Bexjw)
Donated stem cells to an anonymous recipient.
Donate blood.
Donate occasionally for a few charities but not regularly.
Donate food to the food bank.
Oh yes I do also donate food to the food bank when supermarkets do their collections.
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I donate on a monthly bases to 2 charities and on an ad hoc basis to other ones.
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Like £5 a month after crying seeing an advert about these blind kids in Africa
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Generally I donate my time instead of money since I have no income, but I do have a monthly thing going out to Marie Curie from when they cornered me in a train station a year and a bit ago - luckily I've got just about enough left in my account to see that through until I get a student loan again!
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I donate to Wikipedia because it is the greatest free resource on the internet.
I used to donate blood till I found out I'm not actually allowed due to an undiagnosed condition.
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(Original post by DiddyDec)
I donate to Wikipedia because it is the greatest free resource on the internet.
I used to donate blood till I found out I'm not actually allowed due to an undiagnosed condition.
Yep, I donate to Wikipedia too, forgot to mention that.

How can you know you have a condition that's undiagnosed? I also can't donate blood, but luckily have a type that they don't really want so that makes me feel less guilty.
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Yep, I donate to Wikipedia too, forgot to mention that.

How can you know you have a condition that's undiagnosed? I also can't donate blood, but luckily have a type that they don't really want so that makes me feel less guilty.
It was undiagnosed till it was diagnosed.
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It was undiagnosed till it was diagnosed.
Fair :lol:
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Like £5 a month after crying seeing an advert about these blind kids in Africa
im sorry that made me chuckle I see those ads loads
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