FAQ Categories: Giving Project

We do give to those causes, although not in this amount. The reason that this money will probably go to the developing world is that we’re trying to get the most bang for our buck. Money given to assist people in abject poverty can go a long, long way.

LOL no. We are comfortable, in that all five of the people who work at our firm have roofs over their heads, food on their tables, and no crushing needs. We also have mortgages or rent payments, and some of us have children to take care of. But an income

Nope. We aren’t claiming to be icons of charity or moralistic philosophers, because we’re not. We are trying to take a step in the right direction. The bottom line is that when we turn eighty and take a hard look in the mirror, we want to see somebody who made the world

We think lots of people have this question, but are afraid to ask it. We think it’s a reasonable question. First, studies have shown that the best way to reduce population growth rates is by educating women in developing countries, where birthrates tend to be highest. (Click here for Singer’s explanation from his

This is another question that we think lots of people have, but sometimes don’t ask because they don’t want to be impolite. We think it’s a good question. We do give some time to charitable causes, as noted on our Community page, but we spend far more time practicing law. We think that’s

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