Not sure where to send your end-of-year donations? Among my favorites: Givewell, inspired by the Effective Altruism movement, which assesses how to get the most human benefit per dollar donated.
Over €800,000,000 has been pledged to restore Notre-Dame Cathedral. At current rates this money could save approximately 20,000,000 YEARS (not a typo) of human life, more time than has ever been spent by humans inside the Cathedral in its whole existence.
Das führt dann auch dazu, dass praktisch keine in Deutschland bekannte Organisation hier gelistet wird.
You're probably already aware of but just in case
Do you earn more than $32,400/y? Congrats! You're in the top 1% worldwide. Consider donating to causes you believe in before year's end. If you don't, who will? Don't know which charity? Let nerds at GiveWell choose for you
"A New Way of Thinking About Philanthropy" - my latest post after meeting with the founders of
#GivingTuesday To-Visit List 1. to learn #effectivealtruism 2. to learn where to maximize $
Giving Tuesday! If you can, my recommendation is to give $10-$15 to a few organizations close to your heart, and then set aside a few more $$ for some really effective global charities
I just used to support a great charity. Their in-depth research at allowed me to give with confidence.
I just used to support a great charity. Their in-depth research at allowed me to give with confidence.
I just used to support a great charity. Their in-depth research at allowed me to give with confidence.
I just used to support a great charity. Their in-depth research at allowed me to give with confidence.
can alleviate a lot more suffering per dollar donated than any government can.
If you're looking for the best giving opportunities this holiday season, check out GiveWell, which I've been working with since 2017. We use in-depth research and cost-effectiveness analyses to maximize the human good you can accomplish with your donation.
“I don’t think they can bitch about this sponsor, .” “Sorry Intro to Ethics students, but you are going to have to find another objection to Peter Singer.” Tamler Sommers
has a list of empirically supported, highly cost-effective charities that do: - Malaria prevention interventions - Deworming/vitamin A supplements (to prevent blindness) - Microloans & cash transfers to the global poor
I just used to support a great charity. Their in-depth research at allowed me to give with confidence.
In any event, donating money to disaster relief is rarely a good idea, whether it's cathedrals or human beings. Disasters attract lots of media attention, which means lots of impulsive donations, which means diminishing marginal returns. /2
I just used to support a great charity. Their in-depth research at allowed me to give with confidence.