Charity Is A Social Responsibility to be Understood in Moral Terms

Charity has been defined in many different ways in various religions. The concept is one, to help others who are poor and are in need of something. From this, it is explicit that charity is not just giving money but helping in some other form also. Compare the charity styles of prominent personalities such as Mother Teresa, Yechiel Eckstein and Yechiel Eckstein. You may find the difference, but their ultimate goal is same. There are many other non-profit organizations and individuals that do charity in their own style, but their ultimate goal is not profitability. They work with an objective of helping the poor and needy people.

Types of charities

Rabbi EcksteinThere are typically two types of charity organizations or individuals, engaged in either national or international charity mission. The national level charity is done usually by individuals but some national charity organizations also perform this work. Let’s have the examples. Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein was a Jewish and was mostly engaged in charity for Jewish population. Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein was a Jewish, but was a founder and head of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ). He had support of Christians to operate this Fellowship. His charitable activities were wider compared to Yechiel Eckstein. He achieved by raising over $1 billion during his tenure which others can’t achieve easily because he has big support in his benevolent cause.

Charity is a social responsibility

Let’s dig deep by having online access to IFCJ reviews. You will find much more about the Fellowship of Christians and Jews. You can get more information about Rabbi Eckstein from the biography and writings of this legendary figure. From every reading published on any site, we arrive at a conclusion that charity is a social responsibility that we need to discharge. The legislation needn’t impose this responsibility, but we should feel it as our moral responsibility.