How To Pick A Charity (Infographic)

Posted on Nov 22 2013 - 11:07am by Alexandra Ashton

When you think about donating your money, do you know which steps you are supposed to take? Most people don’t know and that is why we have this amazing infographic to show you, with all the answers to the questions you might have. For instance, have you considered the target of your donations? Whether we are talking about your money or time, it’s important to choose a cause you truly admire. From helping children and teenagers to supporting cancer patients, every imaginable group is out there waiting for donations and the decision must be made by you with some help from our infographic.

Firstly, answer to our questions and select the type of institution you would like to help.Of course, every group needs a lot of help, but you must choose one. The best method is to make a list of entities that might receive your donation and research their background. You can visit websites or forums related to this matter, as well as ask for an experienced opinion.

When doing research, you will typically find more information about large institutions and their activities, but don’t let that blindfold you. The smaller groups also need your help, especially because their revenue is going down, as our infographic will show you. Choosing an institution in your city or even in your neighborhood can be really interesting because you will be able to closely follow the work that gets done thanks to the donations.

Also, don’t fall for cute animals in danger just because they are furry. There are other animals out there looking for your help that don’t get the same amount of attention over their appearance. At the end of the day, what really matters is that you are helping, but if you manage to give a little to a group that has less than the other you will be making the greater good.

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Alexandra Ashton

Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.