My Own Organization | Daily Prompt: Charitable

You’ve inherited $5 million, with instructions that you must give it all away — but you can choose any organizations you like to be the beneficiaries. Where does the money go?

According to Google, at tonight’s foreign exchange rate, $5 million US dollars would give me 206,300,414.66 Philippine pesos.

Wow! That’s a huge sum.

Now which organization do I give it to? None that is existing.

I’d hate to say it but many of the organizations here in my own country are preceded by their reputations. And if not those, by—more often than not—nasty rumors. Neither one helps the organization. If there are any really good organizations, either their reputations are marred or I do not know about them.

So, unless someone tells me which one really does actual good for the less fortunate in poverty-stricken areas, creatures in dire need, or a place in a really bad shape, I’ve got my own plan. I will come up with my own organization! And I will like my own organization. I have to. It says in the prompt. Then that’s where my 206,300,414.66 Philippine pesos would go—and I will personally make sure that it helps those that I want to be helped!

My organization would do what?

It’s the dry season here. A lot of fires have burned a lot of houses and left many homeless. They could use some basic stuff. So that’s one. The schools that were destroyed from last year’s rainy season could still use more supplies for their buildings. Soldiers in provincial commands could use new uniforms. And local animal shelters would love some love their way. That’s about it but let’s see how my budgeting goes. But, on second thought, I’ll ask friends for help in that department.

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