Charitable Giving, Redux
Well, 2020 went exactly as I had planned…. not.
COVID-19 completely disrupted life, and put into even starker contrast the difference between haves and have nots, and how quickly a person’s life can be completely disrupted by forces beyond their control. Throughout 2020, we also saw the tremendous importance of the work that non-profits do, often times without any special attention.
My original musings a year ago, posted before most of us had even heard of COVID-19, seems even more relevant as 2021 begins. If you’re blessed to have a job and aren’t living paycheck to paycheck, please consider supporting a local non-profit that’s doing work in your community. They need our support now more than ever.
This past year I added two more charities to my monthly support list, in addition to my previously mentioned ones:
- Roadrunner Food Bank
A local food bank whose services have become even more important this year with so many people having lost jobs or are looking at significant cuts to their income.
- Casa Q
Casa Q provides safe living options and services for homeless LGBTQ youth in New Mexico.
PS - You now have my permission to celebrate the start of a new decade!