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    Default Game *you been given a million dollars ...

    You been given million
    Your not allowed to keep it.
    You must it away to strangers.
    In no bigger lots bigger 250k.
    It must go to at least 10 people.

    Tell me how would you do it?

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    That's easy for me. I'd give it to 10 individual funds for the illness my DS has. There is a main one then 9 different smaller organizations to do with the same illness, hopefully to help raise awareness and also find a cure or to help make life easier for sufferers and their families.

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    I'd give it to a number of organizations surrounding drug abuse, domestic violence, child protection. If I could guarantee that giving it to some public school funding type stuff it would actually benefit the students and not pad out the office (dont ask) I'd do that too.

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    I think I'd find some families who have had to deal with death or injury of a family member and need extra cash that a charity or government wouldn't give them - on the news just now that poor family whose dad drowned saving his sons, they have 6 kids, I'm
    sure they will need some money to get by and help them re build their family , I'd also just love to go up to regular families in the supermarket and pay for all their groceries!

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    I'd donate to struggling elderly in the form of all food/electrify paid for 10 years. It makes me sad when I hear about struggling seniors

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    I would donate cuddle cots to as many hospitals who didn't have them as possible. They are about $5000 each so could get a fair few.

    I would donate to individual family's probably to assist in funerals and paid leave following still birth.

    If you qualify (we didn't) the government payment for the death of a baby is less than our sons funeral cost not including the burial site or plaque. It makes me sad that people would struggle to pay to farewell their bubs and then potentially not be be able to afford time off to grieve.


 

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