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Links for Charity: Need Charity Ideas!

The Links for Charity program that I have initiated here has surpassed the first $100 threshold thanks to a generous contribution from “The Thrify Scot – Mortgages“. In total, MillionDollarJourney.com has collected a little over $160 in charitable donations thanks to our sponsors: Mortgages, Cash Flow 101, Stock Trading 101, RedFlagDeals.com, and North x East.

Now comes the choice of which charity to donate the money to! As promised, I will let the readers/sponsors vote on where to donate the money, with the only rules being that it must be a Registered Canadian Charity.

Below are the charities that I like due some personal reason or another:

Now, tell me which Canadian Charity is YOUR favorite that is not on my list. When I get enough responses, I will set up a poll of the most popular choices so that you can vote on your favorite. Feel free to leave your response in the comments or by email.

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  • Avatar Joel May 8, 2007, 12:47 pm

    Given your blog is about your financial journey, I think it would be great to use the money to support people who are on a journey.

    The current situation in Darfur is horific. People are walking week after week on a journey for survival. I spent a year in Sudan and Rwanda back in 93. The UN said “Never Again” after Rwanda, but it is happening again now in Sudan.

    So I would suggest using the money to support Sudan (my favourite agency that is working in Sudan is Samaritans Purse International Relief – their Cdn office is in Calgary.)

  • Avatar Canadian Dream May 8, 2007, 3:41 pm

    I would suggest anything to do with sick kids. After having our own kid come 10 weeks early I can honestly say those dollars due save lives.


  • Avatar FrugalTrader May 8, 2007, 6:37 pm

    Keep the ideas coming along! I just received an email suggesting the “United Way” b/c they donate to the charity that you want, but receive matching donations from business’s.

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