Charity doesn’t begin at home; it begins in the bone.

The greatest act of charity is to treat others as if they are sane.

In charity there’s no excess except selflessness.

Selfishness ends where charity begins.

To give is to get something no one else can give.

To be uncharitable is to harm oneself.

A culture of generosity is created in the petri dish of humility.

Don’t be silly; giving isn’t willy-nily.

To receive what you wish you could give is harder than giving what you wish you could keep.

Shower charity on responsibility.

Make charity no rarity.

Fund raisers exaggerate the past, but donors just want a good present.

Be strong; ask for help for the weak.

The greatest acts of philanthropy the world has ever seen went unseen.

To help the people who harmed helps.

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