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Should random charities fund my holidays?

  • No, pay for it youself, you pikey git

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Ninja_Stoker

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Is it just me, or does it seem right to sponsor a charity fundraiser that deducts the cost of the thoroughly exotic charitable event from the vastly reduced money donated to the supposed beneficiary?

If it's morally acceptable, then I'm thinking of seeking sponsorship for a two-weeks' gruelling sunbathing, swimming & paddling event in the Bahamas in aid of a random charity.

Any takers?
 
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Ninja_Stoker said:
Is it just me, or does it seem right to sponsor a charity fundraiser that deducts the cost of the thoroughly exotic charitable event from the vastly reduced money donated to the supposed beneficiary?

If it's morally acceptable, then I'm thinking of seeking sponsorship for a two-weeks' gruelling sunbathing, swimming & paddling event in the Bahamas in aid of a random charity.

Any takers?
I shall possibly be doing a sponsored piss up in Malta during the first week in December.
This will be to aid the Slims beer belly retention fund. Any donations will be gratefully received. :w00t:

On a more serious note, it does seem to be obscene when you find youngsters touting for sponsors to allow them to go to exotic places in the guise of charity. :toilet:
 

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