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A number of charities run business ventures. An example is Oxfam that has a chain of charitiy shops that sell second hand goods donated by the public.
Charities rely on volunteer workers to operate most of the physical functions. Money and finances is usually taken care of by employed professionals. To develop skills
To feel good about helping others in need
A sense of well being Types of Charities Social Clubs
Foreign Aid charities
Examples of Charities Age Concern (raisng money on the behalf of senior citizens.
Red Cross Organization
Save the children fund
Salvation Army Advantages/Disadvantages to a charity.
Charities do not have to pay taxes which results in more money for the function of it.
Charities can offset any chariatable donations they make against tax. This helps when raising funds.
Most charities do not make money
Charities can encourage those in need to not work or try to help themelves.
No Profit made due to the motive of a charity which is non profit
Relies on volunteer staff and donations to support the charity Who owns and operates a Charity? A charity is started by an individual who has a will to help those in need. Usually a grant or a loan is submited to begin the initial functions of the charity. this personis normally the chair of the organization. Alec, Meredith,