Look guys Samuel from Haiti sent us a picture showing how he is benefiting from our help.
Hello students at CHS, thank you for reposting the Haiti Foundation and using heart and praying emoticons. Instead of being helpful, you've used emojis to express your "support". Now I can eat all I want and have a great education. Thank you for posting on snapchat and Instagram instead of actually helping like a caring human being.
I am sure that this one banana will keep me full for the rest of the year!
So basically what Samuel is saying is that we should continue to the least possible work to help the less fortunate by posting images on social media to show others that we aren't completely self centered?
YOU GUYS ARE LITERALLY DOING THE BARE MINUMUM TO HELP THIS CHARITY. BUT ON TOP OF THAT, YOU GUYS CAN'T SEEM TO FIGURE OUT HOW SELF ABSORBED AND IGNORANT YOU GUYS ARE
Look at the endless amounts of water and food that these children have. They have more than enough supplies to last a lifetime.
I told you I was helping! It's not like I'm going to forget and become completely oblivious to the fact that there are starving children in Haiti by next week...
Did you know that the percentage of Americans donating to foundations have dropped from 66.8 (2000) to 53.1 (2019) percent according to the University of Michigan/IUPUI Lilly School of Philanthropy Panel Study
With this continuous decline of donations throughout Americans, the less fortunate will remain impoverished while the majority of individuals with a steady income remain comfortable.
Generation Z or the "children of the future" are slowly becoming enslaved by their phones and ultimately becoming oblivious to the current events of today's society.
With the data right in our faces, the decline of contributions to the less fortunate, it is clear that society today has made everyone too comfortable.
Although it may not be an obligation to help others, if you put yourself into someone else's perspective you can clearly see how this current situation is an epidemic.
At the end of the day, it our duty as HUMANS to help one another.