There are people who would prefer to devote some part of their time doing good deeds in the form of service assistance for charitable institutions. Unlike organizations which offer good compensation and monetary packages for services rendered, charity organizations do not have that much to offer and are more of voluntary services coming from people who want to share a part of their time for worthy causes.
While not all people would perform such time and duties, such commitments are not imposed nor required for anyone. It is simply a matter of wanting to do a good deed or service. Practically all countries have their own charitable institutions that are open for charity work.
Such charity organizations include that of the �Save the Children� in the United Kingdom. Devoting much of their time to fighting for children that are victims of poverty and violence is something that can pay-off in terms of internal feelings rather than color of money for most people. Not all services rendered need to be financially rewarded. Sometimes the feeling of sharing offers something more that money can buy.
[tags]charities, job, work, volunteer work[/tags]
Originally posted on March 9, 2007 @ 5:16 pm