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Charity: a thing that begins at home, and usually stays there. Elbert Hubbard Благотворительность начинается дома и обычно там и заканчивается. Элберт.

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Charity: a thing that begins at home, and usually stays there. Elbert Hubbard Благотворительность начинается дома и обычно там и заканчивается. Элберт Хаббард


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Авторы: 1.Ахметгалиева Илюза, ученица 10 В класса 2. Гадылгареева Эльвина, ученица 6А класса 3.ВасиковТимур, ученик 6А класса МОБУ Гимназия №2с.Бураево Руководитель: Шайхутдинова Р.М., учитель англ. языка высшей квалификационной категории МОБУ Гимназия №2с.Бураево Charity


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The purpose The purpose of this study was to better understand the feelings of donors about spending for fundraising in nonprofit entities. Целью данного исследования было лучше понять чувства доноров относительно расходов по сбору средств для некоммерческих организаций.


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Methods of investigation. Respondents were asked for their opinion about spending for fundraising in the field of human service. Респондентам было предложено высказать свое мнение о расходах на сбор средств в сфере человеческого сервиса.


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To achieve the purpose of the study we performed the following tasks : We read a lot of literature about charity and donations. We carried out a survey of a public opinion. We visited the Children's Home, took pictures of the foster children and interviewed the inmates. We translated some articles from Russian into English. We made a presentation “Charity”. We collected some clothes, toys and treatments for the Children's Home and presented them to the foster children.


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Who is allowed as a philanthropist? Кто может заниматься благотворительностью? Individual - Family - Organization – the State Индивид - Семья - Организация – Государство Благотворительность есть глубоко личный, интимный акт, этически нагруженный и представляющий одно из проявлений нравственной зрелости человека. Высшей формой благотворительности является социальная политика государства: граждане, уплачивая социальные налоги, совершают как бы коллективное пожертвование в пользу страждущих соотечественников.


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Who can help to target a charity? КОМУ может предназначаться благотворительная помощь? Individuals - Organizations - Animals, natural objects - the Environment in General - Cultural objects Отдельным людям - Организациям - Животным, природным объектам, - Природной среде в целом - Культурным объектам Благотворительна ли экологическая и культурная деятельность? Может ли получатель благотворительности не быть человеком? Лично знакомым (родственником, соседом, другом) - "ближним" - незнакомым  Занимается ли благотворительностью тот, кто приносит продукты соседской старушке? А деревня, помогающая "своим" погорельцам? Существует мнение, что только помощь совершенно незнакомым лицам можно назвать в полном смысле благотворительной.


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What does a philanthropist give, making a charitable act? ЧТО передает благотворитель, совершая благотворительное действие? Money - property, goods, services - voluntary work - help - love, compassion, sacrifice Деньги - имущество, товары, услуги - добровольный труд - помощь - любовь, сострадание, жертва Чтобы считаться благотворителем, обязательно ли дать кому-то деньги по причине любви или достаточно самой любви, пусть материально не выраженной? Возможна ли благотворительность без чувства и мотива любви, сострадания, милосердия? Можно ли назвать благотворителем того, кто просто избавляется от излишков? Насколько необходима для благотворительности жертва и сколь болезненна она должна быть для жертвователя?


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How is the act of charity done? Как реализуется сам акт благотворения? Anonymously - intimately – publicly Анонимно - интимно - публично Должен ли благотворитель всегда стыдливо скрывать лицо или вполне допустимо при желании сделать из акта помощи шоу, праздник, рекламно-информационную кампанию?


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Voluntarily, unselfishly – on duty - were forced to Добровольно, бескорыстно - по обязанности - вынужденно Можно ли называть благотворительностью пожертвование купца или нашего современника-предпринимателя в ответ на более чем прозрачный намек властей? А ведь таких фактов в избытке. А что, собственно, считать бескорыстием? Не сильнее ли материальной корысти корысть честолюбия, власти, превосходства, самоутверждения? Существует ли истинно альтруистический мотив?


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To your attention Here is the List of some Russian Charitable Organizations Nastenka Foundation (Pediatric Cancer Hospital) and American Women's Organization (AWO) Charities The fund helps Russian children fight cancer. According to the Russian Health Ministry's data, 3,000 children develop cancer annually. In Russia, children's oncology faces many problems. As a result, Russian children recovery rate is only 50% compared to that of 80-90% in the Western countries.


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Diema’s Dream: A foundation for Disable Russian Orphans Disabled orphan children in Russia are kept in special institutions at 3 different ages; birth to 5 yrs, 5 to 18 yrs and 18 and older. When children turn 18 they are moved to an institution for the adult disable and elderly where most of them surely die within a year.


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Downside Up Downside Up was founded by a group of British businessmen in 1996 after they learned about the poor conditions of children with Down syndrome in Russia. For nine years Downside Up has remained the only place in Russia where direct services to these children are provided on a daily basis.


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Donations in Russia Today in Russia there are over 20 major private foundations, and many smaller foundations and just philanthropists about which the public know almost nothing. Many businesses prefer to engage in charity, without advertising his name.


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Donations in Russia Most charities exist through the generosity of donors. The fundraising may take the form of advertising, phone calls, mailers, special events, or any number of other methods, but all of these methods cost money.


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The Children's Home in Buraevo Residents of our village also take an active part in fundraising for the Children's Home in the village Shabaevo. The Children's Home in Buraevo district was opened 7 years ago. Now 24 children from different districts of Bashkortostan live and study there. Our school tries to help those children as much as it can. Every year we present clothes, food and toys to those children. And many individuals annually make donations to this Children's Home.


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in the village Shabaevo Almost in every house there is a patronage family В деревне Шабаево почти в каждом доме есть патронатная семья. The villagers take home the children from the Children's Home and treat them as if they were their own children. Earlier the children were not taken to the patronage family very often, but lately the number of patronage families has grown greatly. По словам представителей опеки в д. Шабаево самое большое к-во патронатных семей в Бураевском районе.


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Results, Conclusions. The study was conducted in Buraevo. The sample for this research was chosen from the Children's Home . The goal was to have 20 to 30 respondents, from different communities, education levels, ages, and of both genders.


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Results, Conclusions. In 2 years period 51 men 43 women visited the Children’s Home in the village Shabaevo. It is 54% to 46%. Among those about 50% and even more are the individual entrepreneurs, 5 organisations and servants of the mosque. Practically almost 100% of visitors are over 40 years old.


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Results, Conclusions The very wealthy people give the most money to charity. Most of the wealthy donors are men. Many women are the wives and daughters of wealthy men or have a huge income in their own. Giving also tends to be higher among the better educated, people who are married, people with children, homeowners, people who live in small cities (with less than 1 million people), and people whose parents gave regularly when they were young.


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On the 14th December we visited the Children’s Home in Shabaevo. The pupils of 5V, 6A and 6B forms went on this tour.


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The Children’s Home in Shabaevo is about 5 km from our village We went there by bus and that was rather enjoyable


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This is me, Timur with treatments I’ve bought for the Children’s Home.


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This is Elvina with toys we’ve bought for orphans Some of toys, presents, treatments the pupils of our school have brought from their homes.


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This is me among the children. The children from the Children’s Home were very happy to see us! We’ve made friends, exchanged phone numbers.


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The performance of Famutdinov Dinar from the 6th form and the children of the Children’s Home was exiting!


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The children demonstrated their success at school and out of school and invited us to visit them once again!


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Let mercy thrives in your souls! Пусть милость процветает в ваших душах! "He that giveth unto the poor shall not lack: but he that hideth his eyes shall have many a curse." (Pro 28:27).  "Да не оскудеет рука дающего"  ("Дающий нищему не обеднеет, а кто закрывает глаза свои от него, на том много проклятий". (Притчи 28:27). 


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References A magazine “ Благотворительность в России” Karen J. Beiser “Fundraising in the nonprofit sector: an analytical look at donor perceptions of how their donations are used to elicit more donations”. Media Coursework - Charities from http://www.coursework.info Definition of charity from http://corporate.britannica.com/ tv-rb.ru Новости - gulnara - 17/11/2011 Radley, A., & Kennedy, M. (1995). Charitable giving by individuals: A study of attitudes and practice. Human Relations Newman, R. (2000). Gender differences in philanthropy. Fund Raising Management Dawson, S. (1988). Four motivations for charitable giving А. А. Клецина, А. В. Орлова Современные социальные исследования благотворительности в России: трактовки и подходы (Санкт-Петербург)


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Thank you very much for your attention! Thanks for all the children who brought presents and treatments!


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