famecrazy Posted June 1, 2009 Share Posted June 1, 2009 closed it as soon as i saw "donating money" that part is obviously voluntary like the job itself, but theyre suggesting you pay to teach others backwardass logic good for you though, it says a lot generally speaking, when it comes to donating money as opposed to time, seeing the result in person is key for me. unless i talk to an orphan & believe they werent coached, i will continue to believe that an unnecessarily large amount of the donated funds go to a system of fat, holy war-advocating assholes unless theyre homeless. i gave them that money to enjoy whatever poor decision that put them in that situation to begin with. no need for me to stick around & make sure theyre having a good time. the result itself is when i see them beggin on the streets afterwards. if it turns out they spent that money to help turn their lives around, thats just a bonus & i will have gained a little more faith in people its a gamble I think you've misinterpreted we DON'T pay to teach them, but they do accept donations if you want to give money (like any community organisation). Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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