It seems that most people say they would like to be able to do something for people who are worse off than themselves.
Often there are small and large groups of individuals who want to do something for others, but aren't sure where to do it, and / or don't have a lot of money.
Maybe that's not you, but the not much money part is definitely me.
This is something I support: It's a girl's school in Thailand operated by Buddhist nuns.
Buddhists, in my opinion ( my wife and her momma are Buddhist ) are among the least selfish and personal gain-driven people on the planet. Their lifestyle exudes, manifests, typifies what we in the West call the Golden Rule.
I might add a bit of philosophy that I absorbed from Buddhists:
The only thing worth dying for is another person who at the moment is worse off than yourself.
Anyhow the girls need help
I would have said they desperately need help, but I don't want to sound overly dramatic
It is really great that one US dollar goes eons further in Thailand. One student's room, board, education, and necessities are covered by $1.65 per day.
There is no limitation on how small a contribution can be made. They accept PayPal and bank and debit cards. Every little bit helps and you can fill in the amount.
Might be a great project for a school in the US.
Just take a look at the video; even if it is not something for you, you might like to show it to somebody else.
In case you are too young to know the history, the dire straits in which poor Thai families exist has much to do with the Vietnam War, or as it widely know in Southeast Asia, The US war.
Just know that Thailand is nothing like the US. regarding what a young woma from a poor family faces. Thailand’s Health System Research Institute reported that children in prostitution make up 40% of prostitutes in Thailand. (source)
And you can click here to learn moe about this wonderful learning opportunity for girls.
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