How to Select a Charity to Donate to After a Natural Disaster
By Christa Avampato
With the hurricane season we're having, there's no shortage of nonprofit organizations you can support with your dollars and time to aid people in need. But how do you know which organizations have the most impact and do the most good with the resources they have? Here's how to find the most reliable charities of which to donate.
1. Utilize charity assessment tools
There are a number of sites that evaluate nonprofit programs and provide you with information on their efficiency and efficacy. Charity Navigator, GiveWell, and Guidestar all evaluate nonprofit donations.
[JESTER] HELLO AND HAPPY WEEKEND EARLY BIRDS…
JESTER] I DID TALK TO THE WOLF THURSDAY I BELIEVE IT WAS...
[JESTER] HIS GUYS ARE THINKING THINGS ARE LOOKING CLOSER AND CLOSER...
[JESTER] WE WILL NEVER KNOW A DATE AHEAD OF TIME.. ANYONE TELLING YOU A DATE IS FUDGING A GUESS...
[JESTER] I ALSO TALKED TO MY REP... INTERESTINGLY ENOUGH I POSTULATED ALL THE INDICTMENTS AND AN ARTICLE I HAD FOUND... WHICH NOW THAT I THINK ABOUT IT LET ME GO GET THAT SO YOU CAN SEE IT TOO....
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Spectra Kirk H. Sowell @UticaRisk Retweeted jared levy
The ministry spox has said the same thing in Iraqi media. Abadi has stated openly that it was because of Iran's own electricity supply struggle. In fact Iran has been struggling to keep its system going, so no surpirse they cut the Iraqis off.
Spectra More Nice article on Iraq's electricity sector by @IsabelColes and @alnabhan_ali, including a world class camel idiom. Curious about claim by Iraqi official that Iraq can't pay Iran for power due to US sanctions. Shouldn't be an issue until Aug 6 or Nov 4.
Spectra ((Oil-Rich Iraq Can’t Keep the Lights On)) JULY21/18-By Isabel Coles and Ali Nabhan July 21, 2018 8:00 a.m. ET
BAGHDAD—Temperatures across southern Iraq are so high in the summer months that birds drop dead from the sky due to heat exhaustion. And tap water runs piping hot.
Don961: Start connecting Internet providers to international access portals
To improve service and monitor the country's incoming capacities
Baghdad / Al-Sabah
The Ministry of Communications (MOC) authorities began on Saturday linking Internet providers with international access gates to improve service, monitor the country's incoming capacities and reduce smuggling.
In a statement received by Al-Sabah, the official spokesman of the ministry, Hazem Mohammed Ali, said that "work is under way to complete the linking of the other capacities to be included in the system, in order to improve and raise the level of services provided to citizens."
Briona: Iraq would have more money flowing in to the country, than they would know what to do with it, if they would just RV their currency.
RValready: Briona. That is what D.C. Always said….. The next Abu Dabhi.
Briona: I wish they would have listened to him back then.
RVAlready: Yep. They wasted money and time with Maliki and Isis, none of which was necessary.
Briona: Well the people are demanding Maliki's head, let's hope they get it.
Harambe: Reuters: U.S. launches campaign to erode support for Iran's leaders https://reut. rs/2O20l3z