Coffee or Charity? Everyday Choices: How Small Changes Can Have a Big Impact

Coffee or charity

When it comes to making a difference in the world, it can feel overwhelming to think about the grand gestures and large donations that are necessary to make an impact. However, the reality is that small changes and everyday choices can add up to make a big difference.

One great example of this is the Sponsor A Child Program from the JAAGO Foundation. For just $27 per month, you can sponsor the education of a child in need. This may seem like a big commitment, but when you consider some common monthly expenses, it’s actually a small change that can make a huge impact.

For instance, three grande Starbucks shaken expressos without tax will set you back around $20. Or, you could choose to spend your money on two PacSun bracelets that are currently on sale for around $25. Or, if you’re more of a foodie, two deluxe taco bell combos will cost you around $20. And let’s not forget that milk frother you bought online last month for $20.

When you think about it, these small purchases that we make on a regular basis can quickly add up. And while they may bring us temporary satisfaction or convenience, they don’t necessarily contribute to making the world a better place.

On the other hand, the JAAGO Foundation’s Sponsor A Child Program allows you to make a long-term investment in the future of a child in need. By providing access to education, you are giving a child the tools they need to break the cycle of poverty and build a better future for themselves and their community.

So next time you’re considering a small purchase, take a moment to consider how your money could be used to make a bigger impact. Whether it’s through the Sponsor A Child Program or another charitable organization, every little bit counts and can help create a better world for all of us.

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