Everyone gives back in different way, and sometimes people’s motives are what effects their habits the most. Those older, younger, richer, poorer – they all do things differently when it comes to charity giving, taking part in charity dares and more. In a recent article by The Atlantic, the facts illustrate that people with low income in the U.S. give a higher percentage of their money to charitable causes than the top twenty percent of the wealthy.
Who gives, and how much?
Some experts say that a lot of the giving has to do with status.
Can this be used to boost a charity dare?
Of course! While not all celebrities are constantly vying for the spotlight, many like to be a part of charitable causes to get a nod from the media. Others like to simply draw attention to the non-profits they are passionate about to give them extra exposure. Either way,
So, how does this link to CharityKick?
What’s so great about charity dares is that it doesn’t matter how much money you may or may not have. Absolutely anyone, from any demographic, can participate in various ways to be a part of something great. CharityKick is all about getting a crowd behind you, because a million donors can raise more than a single person with a million dollars to give. Of course it would be great for some big spender to throw in a couple million for the cause, but that doesn’t mean anyone’s involvement is any less important. Getting the word out, attending the event if applicable and cheering on your peers to see the dares come to life. While it can be exciting to be a part of a charity dare that has big publicity, consider taking part just for goodness sake, and any celeb status you may have at home or at work can be the added bonus!