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Choose a Charity #16

Choose a Charity Poll #16  

16 members have voted

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  1. 1. Which Charity gets our $1,000 donation?

    • Crypto Charity Fund
    • War Child Canada
    • Run 2 Rescue
    • EFF

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  • Poll closed on 15/10/19 at 02:41

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Check out the charities below and cast your vote for the one you want to see receive a $1,000 donation!

  • Crypto Charity Fund: Crypto Charity Fund project is aimed at creating a global animal charity ecosystem based on blockchain technology.
  • War Child Canada: War Child provides access to education, opportunity and justice to children in war regions. 
  • Run 2 Rescue: Run 2 Rescue is a Christian non-profit organization committed to restoring victims of sex trafficking.
  • EFF: The leading nonprofit defending digital privacy, free speech, and innovation.

A winner will be decided by which charity has the highest total votes between Twitter and the forum poll! (combined with Primedice votes)

 

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These are new organizations/groups to me. 

Never heard of them but War Child Canada I believe is the most deserving, I don't know how to live in those war regions, but my imagination tells me it must be hell on earth. Especially to children. 

Now if they are for providing justice and education to children in this area, that would be terrible, in a region where there is war. These kids must be moved somewhere safe.

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