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Completing a study and earning your well-deserved incentive is a great feeling, but does anything feel better than helping others? If you had the ability to donate a portion of your incentive to a charity organization, which organization would you donate to? And why?

To answer the question click on the title of this post and scroll down to the comment section.

We look forward to your feedback!

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  1. The Fibromyalgia Research Foundation and the American Cancer Society.

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  2. Cancer research and assisting homeless with transition services to obtain a place to live

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  3. BARC – Houston’s animal shelter and pet adoption agency… AND… to the Spondylitis Association of America.

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  4. Home of Hope Texas – help victims of human trafficking

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  5. Feeding the homeless July 13, 2016 at 10:48 pm

    Feeding the homeless

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    1. Kristine Smith July 13, 2016 at 10:50 pm

      As there’s a lot of homeless people I just cannot get back on their feet for one reason or another and they are truly homeless. I see it on the news here all the time and they’re not just panhandlers making $40,000 a year from people driving by them and just handing them their money

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  6. Tarrant Churches Together – 501c3 that helps under-privileged children, American Cancer Society and American Heart Association

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    1. Those are all really good causes! Any one of those would be a great choice to donate to!
      -Ryan

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  7. Diane. Elsensohn June 23, 2016 at 4:16 am

    I love “children’s Miracle Network” & “Make A Wish” they both Help Children Smile & that Makes their Parents Smile. We’ve had to use both of them, their both Such a Great Comfort for your Children. They Care So Much !!! So I’m always giving too them, so I’d love too give a portion to them.

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    1. That’s a great point Diane! Helping a charity not only directly affects the person/animal/environment you’re lending a hand to, but also indirectly affects the people/animals that they’re connected to! And those connections can make a HUGE difference!
      -Ryan

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  8. I would help people. People who are hungry, homeless, and/or abused.

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    1. Another for helping animals! I’m sure the animal kingdom is very appreciative! 🙂
      -Ryan

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  9. Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund

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  10. Children’s Miracle Network

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  11. Trianette white June 22, 2016 at 7:30 pm

    I totally agree. I would help the humane society as well.

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    1. Good to see that the community has some similar opinions, they do some great work there! What other charities would y’all help out!?
      -Ryan

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  12. Cynthia armagost June 22, 2016 at 7:09 pm

    Helping animals is a passion of mine

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  13. Cynthia armagost June 22, 2016 at 7:08 pm

    The humane society

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