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    If Three Square Feet would like to expand while keeping its non-profit business model in place they can establish partnerships with famous celebrities, national sports organizations, and government organisations (such as police and fire). These are some logical partnerships they can establish that would not change their business model while growing and expanding their awareness in society. For example, a famous celebrity such as an actor or singer can partner with Three Square Feet and endorse the organization. The celebrity can influence many fans that they possess in the direction of Three Square Feet’s goal. Anything from mentioning the organization in an interview to doing dedicated events with fans and supporters, Three Square Feet would be able to grow by being…

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    This model is adapted from the original model for service delivery in mental health proposed by H. Nguyen (2013). In the proposed model, two main units provide social services, including Buddhism-based charitable and philanthropic organizations (informal social service units) and social work centers (formal social service units). Buddhism-based charitable and philanthropic organizations refer to Buddhist temples and charitable service centers which are undertaken by Buddhist temples or VBS. The…

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    What is a foundation? A foundation is a non-profit organization that supports charitable activities in order to serve a common good. Foundations are often created from contributions made by individuals, families or even corporations. Foundations can make investments from the money donated and later issue grants and various types of support through operating essential programs. Foundation focuses on the objectives through which they are formed. However, some foundations have a general welfare…

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    Social Psychology. Social Psychology is defined as the study of how the presence of people can affect one individual 's behaviors, thoughts, and feelings (Kassin, Fein, & Markus, 2014). Theories of helping behavior are important when having a charitable organization that wants to assist a third world country in education, vaccination, and nutrition. One must assess why they are helping and ensure the reasons for helping a valid and for the pure pleasure to help and not a big ego. When…

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    people push for an increase in adoption of ways that can bring help to the affected areas. The poverty is often displayed by the constant deficiency in edibles, safe drinking water and lack of a place to live and even the deficiency of clothes. Many organs have to take up the responsibility to gather money and help the poor people that the help of individuals make generous monetary contributions. This paper will more specifically explore how to use some ways of charity organizations offer…

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    Singer introduces two new hypothetical situations pertaining to ‘Dora’ and ‘Bob’ in order to generate a reaction from the readers. He relates the two stories with Americans who are not donating by saying “Bob's situation resembles that of people able but unwilling to donate to overseas aid” (Singer 381). This argument shows the potentiality of a straw man fallacy where singer constructs a character so unfavorable that the readers would have to choose the other option given. But there are factors…

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    My tragic hero is Whitney Houston. Whitney Houston was born in a middle income neighborhood. Her mother was a gospel singer and her aunts was well known in the R&B music industry. When she was nine years old her mother and aunt took her to a recording studio and then at age 11 and she started singing in different churches. In 1985 Whitney released her first debut album. “I decided long ago never to walk in anyone’s shadow; if I fail, or if I succeed at least I did as I believe.” Whitney Houston…

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    The answer is clear – they were not. Aside from their harassment and predatory tactics on indigent patients, their cardinal failure was “avoiding their obligation to provide charitable services as required by their not-for-profit status” (Ch. 5, p.238). Part of the insidiousness of this entire affair was due to the hospital’s pubic and committed mission towards bettering the lives of any and all ailing patients, especially those who would traditionally lack the funds for proper treatment. The…

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    Stakeholders Oxfam’s internal stakeholders; Oxfam’s internal stakeholders include Directors, organisers, employees/staff and trustees these are the internal stakeholder because they work within the organisation and have an interest in its success. As Oxfam is a non-profit organisation its staff still make money out of running it successfully so their interest is to do the best for the organisation so they can maintain their careers and help many people while at it. For example, the directors…

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    Charity does exist, but not in the sense which Feinberg speaks of it. Feinberg speaks about “duties of charity,” but this is where Feinberg errs. While there certainly is such a thing as charity there is no such thing as a duty to be charitable. Inserting a legal duty into the equation nullifies any charitable action. For instance, if the government taxes me to take care of the poor this is not charitable. The government taxing me and later distributing my coerced contribution in a noble way is…

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