MONTREAL, Dec. 15 /CNW Telbec/ - These days there are numerous appeals for money from people representing all kinds of seemingly worthy causes. You may be approached for a donation at home or on the street, by phone, mail or email. Whether or not the organization seems familiar to you, we encourage you to take the time to ensure that the cause you are contributing to exists and is carrying out the activities they are publicizing.

Also, if you are a member of a religious, social or other community organization, you may be asked by the leaders to donate or invest your money. As a member, it is very likely that you have faith in your organization and its leadership, otherwise you wouldn't be involved. However, groups are like people - they can change over time so don't be afraid about asking questions.

If you feel uncertain about a decision you have to makeput it off until you have enough information and time to think about it. Don't hesitate to call your local authorities or well known groups to make sure the people asking you for money are authorized to do so by the group they claim to be representing.

You'll feel better knowing that your commitment and generosity is directed to those who deserve it.

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(514) 274-2333


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