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UBSI Lecturers Create Online Donation Website

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UBSI Lecturers Create Online Donation Website The digital era is an advancement in information technology that facilitates all human activities or work. Something that used to be done manually, now becomes computerized. Technological advances have led to a new trend, namely online donations. Yoki Firmansyah and Reza Maulana, both are lecturers at the Bina Sarana Informatics University (UBSI) Pontianak. They are moved to build a website that accommodates philanthropic activities by utilizing internet access. Yoki as the head of the research team explained that the website, named "YukDonasi", is a place to accommodate online donation raising from all over the world. “The large number of fake donations currently circulating makes donors worried. However, by utilizing this website, donors no longer need to feel anxious. Because this website is designed to make it easier to find information about fundraising in the nearest location, "he said in a release, Thursday, January 14

This is the Secret of the Rich Man's Donation in the United States

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It's not just Mark Zuckerberg, we also often hear that the richest people in the United States love to do charity or donations. Donate 99 percent of their personal possessions, such as Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and now Mark Zuckerberg. The richer people in the United States, the more likely they are to make donations. Even donate the most. Why? That is the secret of the donations of the rich in the United States In Indonesian, there must be shrimp behind the rock. In contrast, the richest people in China are less fond of donation activities like the United States. Sounds like, they lack compassion for society and the like. They care more about their own offspring. However, is this really true? The richest people in developed countries like the United States prefer to donate to society. So, when they die, all their property and selflessness will be practiced on mankind. This concept has earned the personal praise of some Chinese people to Western capitalists. Are the rich in the U

Most Generous Countries in the World

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Most Generous Countries in the World - We spoke with people living in the five highest-ranking countries, to find out what motivates them to give their time and money, and how it impacts the people there. It seems that extending a helping hand toward others can be more than just a good deed. In fact, according to research by consulting firm Gallup, a culture of willingness to help others is an indicator of positive economic factors, such as GDP and long-term unemployment, as well as other co-benefits such as promoting better overall welfare. To find out more, Gallup surveyed more than 145,000 people in more than 140 countries, asking residents if they had recently donated money to a charity, volunteered for an organization or helped foreigners in need. The encouraging results, compiled in a 2016 Global Civic Engagement Report, were then projected to cover the worldwide population - which currently stands at 7.4 billion people - and found that in any month, 1.4 billion people donated t

How to Ask Rich People to Donate Money

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How to Ask Rich People to Donate Money The rich in the world do not spend their money solely on luxuries. In fact, there are many of them who set up a charity. Donation is indeed a mandatory activity for rich people. If they were very wealthy, they could set up their own institution. But what about those who don't? Of course they still do charity. Rich people don't just donate or donate their money. They have some special "conditions" to be willing to donate some money to the institution. Some of the most common are: They will donate their money to a charity or fundraising event that has the same vision and goals. In other words, they chose something that would reveal their true character to the world. Rich people will be very interested in an effort to change. They do not hesitate to make donations to institutions that want to make a change, make something different that has never been done before. The generosity of a rich person will increase if they find a charity

Majene #Earthquake Emergency! Let's Donate!

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Majene Earthquake Emergency! Let's Donate! - Reported by the official BNPB Indonesia website, that the data on earthquake victims of the Earthquake in Majene Sulawesi, Indonesia reported that there were 3 dead victims and 24 injured victims. As many as 2,000 residents fled to safer places. Meanwhile, material losses were in the form of damage, including the Maleo Hotel and the West Sulawesi Provincial Governor's Office which were heavily damaged. The electricity grid was still out after the earthquake. Earthquake Damage in Majene, Indonesia Meanwhile, the Majene Regional Disaster Management Agency informed that landslides had occurred at 3 points along the Majene-Mamuju axis road. Road access was cut off, as many as 62 houses were damaged, 1 unit of Puskesmas was heavily damaged. Still from the same source, it was stated that materials such as basic necessities, blankets and mats, family tents, medical services and tarpaulins are urgent needs at this time. Based on data compil