Considering the Corruption of Charitable Sentiments

Ethan Gach

I write about comics, video games and American politics. I fear death above all things. Just below that is waking up in the morning to go to work. You can follow me on Twitter at @ethangach or at my blog, And though my opinions aren’t for hire, my virtue is.

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2 Responses

  1. DRS says:

    As a professional charitable fundraiser, I can assure you: corporate charitable donations no longer exist. Gone. Finis. Nada. Hopped the twig. Shuffled off this mortal coil. It’s all joint marketing in partnership with charities now. And this means that charities have some clout at the table when it comes to negotiating deals. Because the marketing that these corporations are interested in is the kind of marketing a good charity is already doing to identify those who are benefiting from its work: social marketing on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc. So it’s a win-win for both.Report

  2. Kim says:

    Enough charities are actively immoral that the question ought to be “are you donating to a moral charity”?Report