By now you’ve probably heard of the case of Charity Aid, the charity run by Christian charity St Jude.
They don’t just provide healthcare and social services, they also run a charity where men are paid to donate money.
It’s a little different from the rest of the world, but it’s an issue worth paying attention to.
I know, I know, we’re supposed to be in a world of ‘what ifs’.
What if a charity like Charity Aid ran an actual charity that actually cared about helping the poor?
What if they did the things that charity charity should be doing?
I’m here to tell you, those questions have been answered and yes, I am aware that these are the sort of things that have never happened before.
A Charity Aid spokesman told the Guardian in a statement, “A charity like St Jude is run entirely by volunteers, and in order to do that we need to have a stable cash flow and we need money to pay for the work we do.”
If you ask anyone who works at St Jude, they would tell you that the charity relies on donations, which can only be raised through fundraising, which means we don’t have the option of raising funds by selling tickets to events or even paying our employees to work in our events.
“As such, we don.
If you’re looking for the answer to the question ‘how does Charity Aid operate and do it without raising money?’ we’ve got the answer.
We’re not in the business of raising money to buy tickets for events, and the only thing we’re in the market for is people’s time and donations.”
We don’t want to have any money, we just need donations, and we don