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  • What about people like me who struggle to feel financially safe?
    Sure! None of the ways of donating that I know about (directly to the charities themselves, EA funds, others here) have a minimum amount or anything like that. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
  • Do you give to charity?
    It’s easy to look for excuses not to give but donations can make a big difference, especially if targeted in the right places. See comments further down about Givewell and Effective Altruism. - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
  • Do you give to charity?
    I give through Effective Altruism: - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
  • Effective Altruism As A Tower Of Assumptions
    Good news: If you want to support global health and development but not animal welfare, you can just donate to the Global Health and Development Fund! None of the money will go to anti-factory farming charities. Even better, you don't even need to go through EA: You could donate directly to charities recommended by GiveWell so you know exactly who's getting your money. - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
  • What to spend money on when you are financially secure?
    Personally, I donate to the Effective Altruist Global Health & Development Fund. I consider it equivalent to a index fund for charitable giving. - Source: Reddit / 6 months ago
  • I got a raise so I am increasing my monthly donations to $20 should I continue to give all of it to the AMF (against Malaria foundation) what are some charities you donate to?
    I agree that this is probably the best option, although perhaps you could also consider some effective charities that aren't the sort recommended by GiveWell (e.g. Climate charities, animal charities, EA Meta, etc.) that you can find on EA Funds. - Source: Reddit / 7 months ago
  • What causes don’t have a charity but should?
    With that said, if your first idea is to ask others in a subreddit like this without engaging with EA content, it would certainly be helpful to first read significantly more about effective altruism. If you participate on the EA Forum regularly, and you honestly take EA ideas to heart, then (after an appropriate amount of time) if you were to have a legitimate idea for starting an EA charity, you'll have a good... - Source: Reddit / 9 months ago
  • FTX Future Fund
    Check out some of the fund breakdowns and look at how much is spent on climate change and renewable energy The common argument is that the best way to try and make an impact on climate change is to fund lobbyists to make change at governmental levels... - Source: Hacker News / 11 months ago
  • GiveWell type charities for suffering-focused longtermists
    If you want to focus on human suffering: -Giving What We Can offers their own list of recommended charities. -EA funds has a Long Term Future fund and a Global Health and Development fund you might be interested in. -These partners of EA Funds might also interest you.... - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Effective Altruism Follow-Up: Where Should My Money Go To?
    If you’re willing to take a little more risk (i.e. Make bets on more speculative but potentially even more effective interventions), you’d probably be interested in EA Funds. They have a global health fund, which likely overlaps with GiveWell considerably, but also an animal welfare fund, an EA community-building fund, and a long-term future fund which focuses on things like existential risk. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago

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