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    Study: Women give more Charity

    A new study says women of every income level give more to charity than men. Full Story

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    Really ! I'd like to Know....
    Guest
    Really ! I'd like to Know....

    What are some good fundraising strategies?

    Chaim
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    Chaim

    Of course they do!

    When a man man gives Tzedokah he’s giving his own hard earned money.

    When a women gives money, she’s giving away her husbands money.

    Much easier to part with something someone else worked hard for.

    Duh
    Guest
    Duh

    that”s why they make auctions every other weekend for the ladies. we”ll empty out out pockets, write bigger checks…much faster than the men. we are just different…

    huh?
    Guest
    huh?

    i thought they figured this out a long time ago….

    To #2
    Guest
    To #2

    I don’t give away my husband’s money, I happen to work very hard like most women I know and give my own $ to Tzeddaka when someone is in need.

    Women on  Kingston ave,  aggressive panhandling
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    Women on Kingston ave, aggressive panhandling

    Women are simply afraid of aggressive pan handlers , WOMEN Bewere! Most are not Jewish , very agressive ,are richer than you are, go around the corner see the cars they drive they collect because they are forced to feed their Drug adiction, look in their eyes you will see a drug addict ask your mashpia , its a sin to give money to a Drug addict Give your husbands precious hard earned tzedokoh money to Benjy Stock , you will feed a Real hungry family in our own neighborhood . I have seen Ladies give $20.00 dollar bills as… Read more »

    that so cool
    Guest
    that so cool

    the girl in th picture is my classmate

    to #s 2 & 6
    Guest
    to #s 2 & 6

    it’s not “my husband’s $$”, it so happens that I’m the “breadwinner” for my husband, child, and myself.

    2 #7
    Guest
    2 #7

    my former one go sara yeah kiddo

    brainless
    Guest
    brainless

    the study was done on households headed by single people so they’re not relying on their husbands.

    not to mention, in many cases women are making more than their husbands.

    Rubbish
    Guest
    Rubbish

    Who paid for these idiotic Studys?
    It happens to be that a lot of the woman
    i know, are a lot cheaper when it comes
    to tzedakah than men, and the husbands are afraid to tell their wifes that they gave tzedakah.
    Well I guess its a study (by feminisim) so it must be true.

    no duh
    Guest
    no duh

    we already know that – women are malchus, which characteristically gives to whats lower than it…

    I don't agree.
    Guest
    I don't agree.

    Women are way more calculated and therefore give less in the amount that they give.

    Whole in my pocket
    Guest
    Whole in my pocket

    I always thought it was just my personality, i feel like i cant spend any of my hard earned money on silly extras (which might be neccessaties) but as soon as someone comes knocking on my door, i suddenly become very generous. i reason that they need it more than me and a big mitzvah shouldnt hurt. so everyday, five dollars here, five dollars there, i cant help it!!!!!!!! but Hashem repays, cuz i am not poor yet!!!! by the way, i am the breadwinner and i am woman!!!!!

    farce
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    farce

    women give the panhandlers a few cent more than the men give them, cuz the men are less naive and know that it is being used for drugs,
    but whe it comes to giving big money to shluchim or organizations men give much more than women

    I work, and I give, I just can't help it. Now I understand that there may be something to it.
    Guest
    I work, and I give, I just can't help it. Now I understand that there may be something to it.
    So?!
    Guest
    So?!

    I think it doesnt matter. we all give, each in our own way

    umm...to #2
    Guest
    umm...to #2

    wat about us umarried ppls? i think we are included in the women, but we r girls who arent married and we give too!

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