Most charitable organizations help many needy people in society but it is unfortunate that not everyone thinks so. The public tends to have a negative perception towards charitable organizations as a result of rumors and bad media publicity. As a result, it becomes an issue when trying to asking people for donations and motivating the public to give. There could be several genuine reasons and circumstances why someone may not want to donate, but there are also common misconceptions and myths about donating that often deter potential donors. The fact is that children’s charities can be extremely effective in collecting donations and raising awareness of issues such as famine and diseases. But with so many misconceptions and myths surrounding these charitable organizations, it becomes difficult for people to want to donate. Here are 4 most common misconceptions about giving to charity and the truth about them.
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