Americans are, as a whole, a very generous people. In 2013, 72% of all charitable donations in the United States — a formidable $240 billion — were given by individual donors. Many of these owners are part of the middle (and even lower) class, and as such do not have much money to throw around. But they give anyway, not out of self-interest but because it is the right thing to do. Compare that to corporate donors, who only donated 5% of total donations that year.
Americans across the country do what they can to help the less fortunate. In terms of clothing donations, donating clothes is essential in aiding the homeless and the poor. Every year, thousands of homeless people and millions of the poverty-stricken rely on charitable (more…)
29 Jun 2015