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I Give 10 Percent of My Income to Charity. Here’s How.

By FabricDec 24, 2018

Plenty of people mean to give money to charity but don’t actually get around to it, or don’t budget enough to give as much as they wish.

Fabric’s editorial director Allison Kade, however, has been giving at least 10 percent of her income to charity for seven years now. She joined Andy Hill of the Marriage, Kids and Money podcast to discuss what motivates her, how you can teach your kids about charity and how you can motivate yourself get in on the act.

Need some post-holiday inspiration to think not only of the gifts you’ve received, but how you can help others? Look no further.


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