While sharing your money with others should ultimately be about your desire to help and love others, there are many ways altruism can actually be good for your mental and physical health in the long run.
The Handlebar Pub and Grill, in Apache Junction, Arizona have experienced firsthand both the impact of the virus and the generosity of their caring community members.
Spoerl is a a retired businessman and when he heard about the stimulus, he said to himself, “I have enough of everything,” prompting him to share with those who might need the money more.
“As far as I was concerned, this was just a return of my tax dollars and a chance I don’t often get to control how my tax dollars get spent.”
Looking for advice on how to lose debt and stop living in slavery to your money? Dave Ramsey is your guy. He also has some thoughts regarding whether or not you should be sharing your stimulus check with those who need it more.
Compassion International is facing a new challenge that arises when the reverberations of a pandemic reach people who already don't have access to food, clean water, medical care, and so on — Would you consider pledging your stimulus check to help!
One family has chosen to share a portion of their stimulus check with those around them — getting creative with how they chose to give.
"From the first message I sent on March 19 about our urgent needs for food, supplies, and finances, you showed up – hundreds of you. Showed up with toilet paper and taco trucks. Ten dollar gifts and thousand dollar gifts. Calls, notes, and emails of encouragement. Prayer."
While the Denver Rescue Mission is always taking part in important work to serve and empower the homeless population in Denver, their efforts in the last several months, combined with the love and support from the community, have proven to be life-changing.
Unfortunately, like in most crises, this pandemic has taken the biggest toll on the most vulnerable people, one of these groups being refugees communities. Click here to learn how your stimulus check can make a difference in the lives of refugees today!