be on a social mission…

Being able to give is a gift – the willingness to give is the acceptance of this gift.

The world is changing. While some of us are doing well and are getting better, others are doing badly and are getting worse.
We, you and me, are at least doing well enough to be able to enjoy art.
More than ever, it is our task to help those who need our help – no matter how and no matter to what extent. Donations can be an easy way to give even small help.
However, some of us are sceptical about whether donations really help. Can my contribution make a difference? Does it reach the people?”
Donations are of no use at all” is a prejudice – but exactly the opposite is true:

Not donating is of no use at all!

Even small contributions can make a big difference, so every contribution counts. What at first glance seems little can have a big impact.
In the face of long-lasting conflicts like the civil war in Syria or devastating natural disasters like the tsunami in Indonesia, we should not be discouraged: When the need is greatest, people need our help.
After all, what would happen if there were no donations? People would be left on their own.
In many places they would have no medical care, no relief supplies such as blankets or soap, not even drinkable water. There would be no emergency school for the children and no psychosocial care after the disaster. This list could be continued. It shows that our help makes a difference, especially in terrible crises.
And we, you and I, who do not live in a war zone or any other crisis area and have the freedom to engage in art, WE are the ones who can help other people. And so we should!If you would like to make a direct contribution, this is easily and quickly possible with small donations. Take a look at these two organisations, for example, which support numerous social projects with your microdonation.
And please always remember:

Being able to give is a gift – the willingness to give is the acceptance of this gift.