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This House Would give Money to Individuals rather than Charities

When people donate money, they often give to charitable organisations (e.g. Children in Need). However, money from these donations does not usually go directly to the individual, since the charity has to pay for staff, events, and other running costs. The alternative is giving money to individuals (e.g. giving money to a busker or homeless person). This goes directly to the individual but does not provide organized services (e.g. foodbanks or homeless shelters). There is less money given directly to individuals than to charitable organisations overall.

TH prefers that philantropists donate directly to the state rather than to charitable foundations

This House, as the Catholic Church, would sell all wealth (including, but not limited to, art, property, and religious artefacts) to the highest bidder and donate the profit to the alleviation of poverty

This House Would Allow Individuals to Opt-Out of Paying a Portion of Tax in Favour of Giving Direct Cash Transfers to Charity

THW prefer a world in which extremely wealthy people in Western liberal states donate excess money to their governments rather than to charities

The Giving Pledge is a campaign founded by Bill Gates and Warren Buffett to encourage the extremely wealthy to donate the majority of their wealth to charity. In addition to its founders, the Pledge has been signed by prominent individuals including Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Bill Ackman, and Paul Singer.