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Why Charity is not for 'Them," it is for "Us'

Why Charity is not for 'Them," it is for "Us'

“We become the people we were meant to be, when we open our hearts and hands to help other people.” Mike Veeck, the president of MLB team, Charleston Riverdogs, shared his personal story with a crowd at the Association of Fundraising Professionals last week. There he was, with a special needs daughter suffering from an unrelated seizure, and he had to depend on the staff at the MUSC Hospital every step of the way. In that moment, he was at the mercy of the organization that he had long supported. [Related: Women B Corp Leaders: Using Business as a Force for Good]It feels good to give. For most of us, it’s how we make a difference. That’s why you diligently take the time to write a check for

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