So by the end of the year many look back on the past year. Was it a useful year? What went well? What has been disappointing? What should we have done better? All questions that lead to making good intentions for the year to come. In the hope of course, that we will keep to it. Research shows that we are not all that good to keep agreements with ourselves. Maybe it helps if we make meaningful good intentions!
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Supporting a charity
Make a plan
Then you start thinking about how you can support that charity:
- Financial donation. Not just in the collection box, of course, but a well-considered donation. A nice extra is that you can deduct the donation from the tax in many cases.
- Become a puppy family. If the situation allows, take a puppy and help the organization prepare the puppy for his training.
- Start a fundraiser. On the website of Whydonate are all kinds of examples of playful actions that can benefit the organization. Fun! If you have children who can help.
- Adopt a puppy. Then financially. There are various options with different rewards for the donor.
Include them in your will. Perhaps a cruel idea, but for a charity of great importance.