Charity is one of the most required acts of humanity. The world is in need of charity doers. But does it end there? Do you think that if more people start donating the problems of the world will come to an end? We do not think so. We, in fact, contradict with the very first statement. Even today we believe that there are a lot of people who are involved in charity, but still, the world hasn’t gotten over poverty, illiteracy and child labour. So, where does the real problem lie? That is what we are going to see here.

The real problem: Infiltration in charity
The real problem with charity is that they aren’t properly channelised, and they do not reach the hands of the poor and the needy. That is why we still witness global suffering. If you are a do-gooder, you will obviously wonder as to where all the money in the world goes. We know some people swindle a lot of money but how does that affect the charity that commoners do? This is one of the biggest questions of the 21st century. Even if we take the global economy, we still know that people are suffering from instability in growth. While one country’s growth multiplies, the other country’s growth deteriorates. This imbalance is witnessed globally for a very long time. That is when people introduced the concept of charity. People who have will contribute a portion of their wealth to people who do not have.


A lot of people were ready to donate and a large number of them ready to receive, but there was nobody to connect them. That is when social organisations came into the picture. These social organisations were said to collaborate with the ones who would donate and the ones who would want it. Though things initially seemed right, then something went wrong, and these charities stopped reaching the right place. Nobody knows if they were hoarded or are simply going to wrong places where people are not in need of money.

We are not blaming:
The first thing that you have to understand is that we are not blaming, we are simply helping you understand that the money that you donate might not reach the hands of the needy. At the same time, you cannot lose trust on these social organisations as they actually have a role to play in the society, because, if it were not for them, then the poor and needy would suffer more. We simply have to make sure that the help is channelised in the right way. As far as possible we will have to help the needy people directly. This way we can make sure that our help reaches the right place.