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Who Should Help, Who Does Help

There are many people in need of social assistance.
Tentatively, they can be divided into three groups. The first group is the "socially vulnerable".
This group includes the elderly, older people living alone, disabled people, single mothers, orphans, people suffering from serious illnesses and families with many children. The second group consists of people who for a variety of reasons (alcohol addiction, drug abuse, served time in prison etc.) feel rejected by society.
The third group is made up of gifted people, those with ideas and initiatives that are interesting and can be useful to other people and the country as a whole.
Who should help the "socially weak" in their everyday life? Who should help those who feel rejected by society return to "normal life"?
Is it necessary to help gifted
people overcome the constraints that prevent them from realizing their potential?
Who should be primarily responsible for helping all of these people?
Who actually provides members of these three groups with assistance?
Analyzing the distribution of answers to these questions showed a sharp discrepancy between the respondents expectations and the role of different charitable actors on the one hand, and their opinions on how these actors are really participating in these activities, on the other.
According to poll data, in all targeted groups of assistance, the actual involvement of governmental institutions turned out to be 2 to 3 times lower than expected or
deemed appropriate. In this case, due to the current situation in our country, the actual and expected roles in philanthropy can be identified mainly in relation
to the government's role in this sphere.
A similar fourfold discrepancy exists in relation to charitable organizations and foundations, and a three-to-fivefold discrepancy is shown for large corporations and businessmen. It should be noted
that the respondents believe that the State is most likely (61–77%) to satisfy the expectations of these 3 groups for help, less likely are the business community (19–23%), and local charity organizations and funds (19–30%).

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CONTACTS:

Irena Wolak, Manager

info@abc-charity.org
Phone:  +48 (22) 208 55 22


We thank all of our partners, sponsors and supports for the assistance.
In 2014, we approved and
funded 4 projects for charities working with disabled children, homeless and refugees, at-risk children. Last years are hard for our organization because many companies are slowly coming out of the economic crisis and have not yet restored their social responsibility budgets.

 


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          Analyze

When we analyze answers to the question, "During the last year what did
you do for people (other than members of your family) without compensation",
we discover the personal priorities for charitable activities.
Most of the respondents, 31%, indicated they had given help in the form of material goods.
24% of the respondents reported providing moral support and helpful advice and an equal number gave loans with no interest. Somewhat less, 23%, donated cash.
20% gave aid in the form of food and provided assistance in the home.
14% of the population participated in neighborhood clean-up activities and community beautification actions such as tree planting; repairing benches, creating children's playgrounds etc. Other kinds of charitable activities attracted 8% or less support from survey participants.

 

             Philanthropic activity

The dimensions and nature of people's philanthropic activity in a country
are conditioned, first of all, by the public environment and not the actions
of the authorities. However, the authorities at all levels can (consciously or unconsciously) either put up substantial obstacles to achieving the citizens philanthropic aspirations or, contribute to a great degree to their successful implementation. The studies made by the State University — Higher School of Economics, including the studies based on the survey results published providing civil society monitoring information, should convince the reader that the current State policy is indifferent to the process of supporting the development of charity rather than actively supporting or obstructing the process.
There is no reason to doubt the readiness to support charity that is declared in political statements, but the potential for cooperation with private philanthropists and charitable organizations is underestimated by the State authorities.