Holiday Cheer - Troll Tip for Charity

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Nigel of Ukip

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I would like to write someting quite off-topic, but somewhat related to Philip.

Christmas is right around the corner and times have been very rough for many families around the world. While Philip has profited from Covid, most people have not. So I would like to make a suggestion to the people that enjoy trolling Philip with throwing money at him.

Instead of troll tipping Philip put that money to good use and be a secret santa for a child, and make their christmas better. While Philip will in no way value your money since he believes he is owed it, your money will make some child somewhere very happy. There are several organizations you can turn to, and they will help you out with notes on what the child likes, dislikes and basic information to help you pick the right things. School supplies are always good, some candy, a toy and you're set. You don't have to waste 50£, you can waste less or more if you can afford. Me and my missus do it every year and I wanted to just throw the idea out there in case someone wants some good boy points.

I'm not saying to never troll tip Philip again, I would be a hypocrite if I claimed I don't laugh at the stuff. However, maybe give it a break for december. Your money can be put to better use, and you will also get to see Philip lose his mind because of less income. So it's a win-win.

Since I don't want to be a hypocritical cunt I will post what I got, when I get around to it. I might be early on this, but fucking Covid yeah? Things can always close, shipping may take longer, you lot know how it is.

Edit #1: Links for help.
https://www.donorschoose.org/ is one that helps US public school teachers get things for their classroom. Shouldn't have to be done this way, but it's a good way to help directly.
Look for programs like https://comfortcases.org/ or https://www.thescsuitcaseproject.com/. These types of programs help kids in foster care get luggage so that when they have to move, they're not carrying their things in trash bags. It's a small thing, but it's a huge psychological help.
https://www.toysfortots.org/ is a great one as @REGENDarySumanai pointed out.
On the animal side of things, look for local rescues or even local ASPCA chapters. The national ASPCA seems to be kinda crap, but local orgs tend to do better because they're more plugged in to their immediate communities.
For Americans, there's Toys For Tots, which the Marines help out with.
Ok this was not a direction I saw this thread moving in. But if anyone is from Denmark this is where you can help children in need: https://www.julemaerket.dk/
If you are a lazy cunt like Phil, you can even do that online. For example, for us Eurofags there is https://www.eurochild.org/donate/ or https://www.savethechildren.org.uk/where-we-work/europe available. Since we all know that knowledge is as good a weapon as autism, you may consider visiting https://www.freunde-waldorf.de/en/waldorf-worldwide/help-a-child-go-to-school/. I am sure if you use Google (pigpiggo might be overstrained with that one) you will find many more.

When you live in a bigger town however, going to a child shelter or orphanage yourself, armed with some toys, books (though I don't think Dostojewski or S.King would be a good choice there, try simpler themes like The little Toaster or Harry Potter) or even a paint box and some canvas paper may provide you with an experience you'll never forget. Call up the orphanage first though, so you don't end up bringing redundant stuff.

Not sure how the US part fares, but I volunteer for the one in my country and heard from the main (Taiwan) and they are pretty much alright. Proceeds goes to whoever needed most, Elderly, orphans, invalids and anyone who needs help.

They are also among the first to disaster aid.
There is the little princess trust that donate hair and make wigs for kids undergoing chemo.


You don't have to donate hair you can donate money that goes towards the cost of making a wig for them.

US Version of similar charity:

Here is a nice website with many charities to donate to.


Edit #2: Jasper's Angels
Local good lad detractor @Piece of Peace has a great charity set up to help animals. So if you want to do something good, here is another brilliant option. Also because he is such a good lad he has confirmed the donations are tax deductible in the US.
 
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REGENDarySumanai

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I would like to write someting quite off-topic, but somewhat related to Philip.

Christmas is right around the corner and times have been very rough for many families around the world. While Philip has profited from Covid, most people have not. So I would like to make a suggestion to the people that enjoy trolling Philip with throwing money at him.

Instead of troll tipping Philip put that money to good use and be a secret santa for a child, and make their christmas better. While Philip will in no way value your money since he believes he is owed it, your money will make some child somewhere very happy. There are several organizations you can turn to, and they will help you out with notes on what the child likes, dislikes and basic information to help you pick the right things. School supplies are always good, some candy, a toy and you're set. You don't have to waste 50£, you can waste less or more if you can afford. Me and my missus do it every year and I wanted to just throw the idea out there in case someone wants some good boy points.

I'm not saying to never troll tip Philip again, I would be a hypocrite if I claimed I don't laugh at the stuff. However, maybe give it a break for december. Your money can be put to better use, and you will also get to see Philip lose his mind because of less income. So it's a win-win.

Since I don't want to be a hypocritical cunt I will post what I got, when I get around to it. I might be early on this, but fucking Covid yeah? Things can always close, shipping may take longer, you lot know how it is.
For Americans, there's Toys For Tots, which the Marines help out with.
 

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I would like to write someting quite off-topic, but somewhat related to Philip.

Christmas is right around the corner and times have been very rough for many families around the world. While Philip has profited from Covid, most people have not. So I would like to make a suggestion to the people that enjoy trolling Philip with throwing money at him.

Instead of troll tipping Philip put that money to good use and be a secret santa for a child, and make their christmas better. While Philip will in no way value your money since he believes he is owed it, your money will make some child somewhere very happy. There are several organizations you can turn to, and they will help you out with notes on what the child likes, dislikes and basic information to help you pick the right things. School supplies are always good, some candy, a toy and you're set. You don't have to waste 50£, you can waste less or more if you can afford. Me and my missus do it every year and I wanted to just throw the idea out there in case someone wants some good boy points.

I'm not saying to never troll tip Philip again, I would be a hypocrite if I claimed I don't laugh at the stuff. However, maybe give it a break for december. Your money can be put to better use, and you will also get to see Philip lose his mind because of less income. So it's a win-win.

Since I don't want to be a hypocritical cunt I will post what I got, when I get around to it. I might be early on this, but fucking Covid yeah? Things can always close, shipping may take longer, you lot know how it is.
https://www.donorschoose.org/ is one that helps US public school teachers get things for their classroom. Shouldn't have to be done this way, but it's a good way to help directly.
Look for programs like https://comfortcases.org/ or https://www.thescsuitcaseproject.com/. These types of programs help kids in foster care get luggage so that when they have to move, they're not carrying their things in trash bags. It's a small thing, but it's a huge psychological help.
https://www.toysfortots.org/ is a great one as @REGENDarySumanai pointed out.
On the animal side of things, look for local rescues or even local ASPCA chapters. The national ASPCA seems to be kinda crap, but local orgs tend to do better because they're more plugged in to their immediate communities.
 

Derich 2nd of coomland

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I would like to write someting quite off-topic, but somewhat related to Philip.

Christmas is right around the corner and times have been very rough for many families around the world. While Philip has profited from Covid, most people have not. So I would like to make a suggestion to the people that enjoy trolling Philip with throwing money at him.

Instead of troll tipping Philip put that money to good use and be a secret santa for a child, and make their christmas better. While Philip will in no way value your money since he believes he is owed it, your money will make some child somewhere very happy. There are several organizations you can turn to, and they will help you out with notes on what the child likes, dislikes and basic information to help you pick the right things. School supplies are always good, some candy, a toy and you're set. You don't have to waste 50£, you can waste less or more if you can afford. Me and my missus do it every year and I wanted to just throw the idea out there in case someone wants some good boy points.

I'm not saying to never troll tip Philip again, I would be a hypocrite if I claimed I don't laugh at the stuff. However, maybe give it a break for december. Your money can be put to better use, and you will also get to see Philip lose his mind because of less income. So it's a win-win.

Since I don't want to be a hypocritical cunt I will post what I got, when I get around to it. I might be early on this, but fucking Covid yeah? Things can always close, shipping may take longer, you lot know how it is.

For Americans, there's Toys For Tots, which the Marines help out with.

https://www.donorschoose.org/ is one that helps US public school teachers get things for their classroom. Shouldn't have to be done this way, but it's a good way to help directly.
Look for programs like https://comfortcases.org/ or https://www.thescsuitcaseproject.com/. These types of programs help kids in foster care get luggage so that when they have to move, they're not carrying their things in trash bags. It's a small thing, but it's a huge psychological help.
https://www.toysfortots.org/ is a great one as @REGENDarySumanai pointed out.
On the animal side of things, look for local rescues or even local ASPCA chapters. The national ASPCA seems to be kinda crap, but local orgs tend to do better because they're more plugged in to their immediate communities.
Ok this was not a direction I saw this thread moving in. But if anyone is from Denmark this is where you can help children in need: https://www.julemaerket.dk/
 

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I would like to write someting quite off-topic, but somewhat related to Philip.

Christmas is right around the corner and times have been very rough for many families around the world. While Philip has profited from Covid, most people have not. So I would like to make a suggestion to the people that enjoy trolling Philip with throwing money at him.

Instead of troll tipping Philip put that money to good use and be a secret santa for a child, and make their christmas better. While Philip will in no way value your money since he believes he is owed it, your money will make some child somewhere very happy. There are several organizations you can turn to, and they will help you out with notes on what the child likes, dislikes and basic information to help you pick the right things. School supplies are always good, some candy, a toy and you're set. You don't have to waste 50£, you can waste less or more if you can afford. Me and my missus do it every year and I wanted to just throw the idea out there in case someone wants some good boy points.

I'm not saying to never troll tip Philip again, I would be a hypocrite if I claimed I don't laugh at the stuff. However, maybe give it a break for december. Your money can be put to better use, and you will also get to see Philip lose his mind because of less income. So it's a win-win.

Since I don't want to be a hypocritical cunt I will post what I got, when I get around to it. I might be early on this, but fucking Covid yeah? Things can always close, shipping may take longer, you lot know how it is.

If you are a lazy cunt like Phil, you can even do that online. For example, for us Eurofags there is https://www.eurochild.org/donate/ or https://www.savethechildren.org.uk/where-we-work/europe available. Since we all know that knowledge is as good a weapon as autism, you may consider visiting https://www.freunde-waldorf.de/en/waldorf-worldwide/help-a-child-go-to-school/. I am sure if you use Google (pigpiggo might be overstrained with that one) you will find many more.

When you live in a bigger town however, going to a child shelter or orphanage yourself, armed with some toys, books (though I don't think Dostojewski or S.King would be a good choice there, try simpler themes like The little Toaster or Harry Potter) or even a paint box and some canvas paper may provide you with an experience you'll never forget. Call up the orphanage first though, so you don't end up bringing redundant stuff.
 

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Donating money to a charity is a good way for them to use it for other purposes besides the cause they are fighting for. (Yes yes, staff of the organization need to be payed, general costs, etc etc), but if you really want to ensure they are going to benefit the cause donate either items they can use (ie supplies, food, toys, whatever the organization is specializing in), or what is even more valuable to them is donating your time.

Often they are in need of volunteers, especially ones that are skilled in certain areas. For example, my grandad was a handyman, so often went to the VA and SCPA to do tune ups and repairs to their AC units and whatever else needed repairs during the summer. While I myself am not that confident in whatever trade skills I know, I do donate my time to the local foodbank doing things such as unloading the trucks, loading food into people's vehicles, et cetera. Hell I even take days off whenever the SPCA does supply drives since there are plenty of people donating, but not that many to take the donations, keep track of inventory, move it, et cetera.

So if you really want to donate something incredibly valuable, donate your time. Since it's the one thing you can never gain back or make up for.
 

Derich 2nd of coomland

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For those who want to support our animal friends in need there are a lot of options and several have been mentioned, but I would like to bring attention to Jasper's Angels.

It's a fundraiser set up by @Piece of Peace to raise funds for Bet friends Animal Society , for those of you living in the US I believe it is tax deductible, the rast of us ''just'' get to help the little fellows.

 

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Our Nige' has a heart this big!
 

Piece of Peace

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For those who want to support our animal friends in need there are a lot of options and several have been mentioned, but I would like to bring attention to Jasper's Angels.

It's a fundraiser set up by @Piece of Peace to raise funds for Bet friends Animal Society , for those of you living in the US I believe it is tax deductible, the rast of us ''just'' get to help the little fellows.

Thank you for this! I've confirmed donations ARE tax deductible in the United States (I have a dedicated tracking sheet on the tips tracker for anyone who donates to Jasper's Angels so you can audit yourself for tax season 👍)
 

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Additionally if you have a some change burning a hole in your pocket that you don't want to spend on getting Phil midly frustrated for thirty seconds, buy a few canned goods (literally costs you less than a £1 for four) and leave them with the local food bank. Food poverty clearly isn't a problem for Phil so long as door dash keep working but for others it's a real problem, this year more than most.
 

Genichiro

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Not sure how the US part fares, but I volunteer for the one in my country and heard from the main (Taiwan) and they are pretty much alright. Proceeds goes to whoever needed most, Elderly, orphans, invalids and anyone who needs help.

They are also among the first to disaster aid.