No i don't.

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by postman, 16 May 2019.

  1. postman

    postman Legendary Member

    Meanwood ,Leeds
    Getting sick and tired of everytime i put the computer on,up pops a donation tab.Do i want to donate via Virgin ,Superdrug etc i don't and if i did i will pick my own charity.Sod off.Oh and how much do ceo's of charity orgs get,someone remind me.
    otek59 likes this.
  2. I like Skol

    I like Skol Hold my beer and watch this....

    I don't get these, maybe they know me?
  3. slowmotion

    slowmotion Quite dreadful

    lost somewhere
  4. winjim

    winjim A youth of interminable age

    What do you think happens if you stop paying people to work for charities?
  5. Crackle

    Crackle Squatter

    Do they work for free and do an even better job at meeting the charities targets?
  6. Paulus

    Paulus Started young, and still going.

    I thought that was the idea of charity, you donate your time for free. Don't get me started on the CEO's of charities that earn 6 figure salaries.
    raleighnut likes this.
  7. Crackle

    Crackle Squatter

    It seems a lot doesn't it but I'm sure charities know the kind of people they need to recruit. We tend to think of charities as simple organisations that collect money and support people but in fact they're pretty complex logistically and organisationally, often globally and may well be in receipt of millions of pounds of Government funding which they need to account for and meet all the charity spending criteria. I imagine they need a certain level of expertise for that including people who know how to access those funds in the first place to make them a successful charity. And as well as that they need volunteers who freely give their time which creates this juxtaposition. Not an easy conundrum to get your head around.
  8. winjim

    winjim A youth of interminable age

    Why not? You think they should go and earn their six figures in the oil or tobacco industry or something while the entire international charity organisation is run by Doris, who volunteers every Wednesday afternoon in the donations centre when she's not seeing the grandchildren?
  9. MichaelW2

    MichaelW2 Veteran

    If people stopped paying me my requisite 6-figure salary as directory of the International Fluffy Animal Preservation Society I would choke on my Chateau le Pin Pomerol 2001 and immediately down tools. I like fluffy animals, but not that much.
  10. slowmotion

    slowmotion Quite dreadful

    lost somewhere
  11. Moodyman

    Moodyman Guru

    It's a pity there is nowhere in the IP address to identify you as a Yorkshireman. They wouldn't waste your (and theirs) time then.
    stephec likes this.
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