You don’t need a lot of disposable income to support a charity. Of course, giving a financial donation is the most common way of supporting charity work. After all, money is required, in most cases, to help the needy. However, with or without lots of money, you can still transform and better lives.
Give Your Time
This is known as volunteering and does not cost anything. Over the years, volunteering has undergone drastic changes, allowing people to serve in person or as virtual volunteers online. It is even possible to combine volunteering and travel.
There are millions of patients in need of blood out there, and it is a shame that they have to pay money to get blood. You can be charitable by simply donating your blood to a health charity body, such as the Red Cross. Blood donation does not take a lot of time, and you may even get a cookie.
Give away your stuff
Many charitable organisations will allow you to donate goods such as cars, shoes, clothes, blankets, and even food. Rather than discard the stuff you no longer need, it is a good idea to donate them to a charity.