Essay On Bessie Mae

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My beloved great-aunt, Bessie Mae, has gone on to glory. I was so devastated until I found out that I was included in her will. She left 500,000 dollars to me because I was her favorite, and she knew I would use it wisely. Aunt Bessie Mae always told me, God loves a cheerful giver. She was a philanthropist and insisted I follow in her footsteps, which is why I could only receive the money IF I donated half of it to nonprofit organizations, charity, or people in need. I could use the other half however my heart desired. I know exactly how I will use it. The first thing I am going to do is unselfishly pay 50,000 dollars off my parent’s house and our cars. I am choosing to pay part of their debt because they have sacrificed so much for my siblings …show more content…

So, I decided to give 125,000 to the nonprofit organization, Black Lives Matter Movement(BLM). I am giving 125,000 dollars to BLM because I feel as if it’s an organization that we need in the world we live in today. Too many of our people are getting murdered and harassed in the streets by the ones that are supposed to protect us. The BLM platform focuses not only on police brutality and unfair treatment, but on domestic policies, they stand in solidarity with our international family against ravages of global capitalism, anti-black racism, human-made climate change, war, and exploitation. BLM works towards the advancement and equality of black …show more content…

They never turn patients away, regardless of ability to pay. They have helped, and continue to help so many children throughout the years. ACH also go the extra mile to make the patient's time at the hospital fun, as it can be. ACH’s mission is to champion children by making them better today and healthier tomorrow and their vision are that they “fundamentally transform healthcare delivery for the children of Arkansas and beyond through innovative advancements in patient care, research, education, and advocacy resulting in unprecedented improved child

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