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Charity to the temples.
I'm on the board of the annual Carmel Art Festival, a non-profit, all volunteer plein air competition which brings in thousands of dollars of income to the merchants and sales tax to the city of Carmel-by-the-Sea. It also supports artists in that we promote them and have sizeable prize money.
Hella M. Rothwell, Bro...
Carmel by the Sea, CA
In many ways through church organizations that I help lead.
I do lots of charity - lots of it.
In many different ways.
Absolutely. About 10%.
I also volunteer work on city projects. Park doing physical work.
Campbell, No CA
Realty On Group
I admire those who can donate their time. I give back by donating money to many local charities
I support my local no-kill, shelter/homane society; I support Children's Miracle Network.
Volunteering in the community thru Chamber Events. Work on homes thru our LaCasa's Help A House Program.
Rick Obst KWCares is one of the best example of this. Not to mention, I do have charitable contribution to some organization for each closing I have.
I am a member of our local Rotary club and we are involved in many community projects. It's a great organization.
Great question that tugs on my conscience.I don't do enough...thanks for the nudge...I needed it :)
Becoming a community leader for good causes is always a good way to pay it forward.
I'm on the board of directors for Habitat for Humanity. I also volunteer at local animal shelter events.
We are big supporters of our Animal Shelter, and we sponsor several cats annually for their food and medical needs. Once they are adopted, we start again and adopt more.
We also are working on a global project to help fund charitable organizations.
My wife and I do a fair amount of volunteer work in groups and on our own.