Unformatted text preview: Haitian victims with either money or volunteer time. Charitable organizations that can be found within communities or on the internet are the United Way, the Salvation Army, PETA and the Smile Train, just to name a few. Also, smaller organizations such as churches, schools, Boys Scouts, and Girls Scouts do a great amount of charity work for those in need as well. I would rewrite the story to consist of the above-mentioned modern-day organizations and individuals reaching out to those in need with humble generosity and compassion in their hearts. Those who devote their time, possessions, and money to help the homeless, victims of violence, and others in need often do so with the knowledge that their good deeds will bring little to no recognition. In this example, I would consider the scribe to be people in today’s world that have little or no compassion for those less fortunate than themselves....
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