BOSTON (AP/CBS) — Former Phillies pitcher Curt Schilling’s plan to gather provides and money to deliver to Hurricane Harvey victims is drawing criticism on social media from individuals who say donations ought to solely go to professional charities.
Schilling stated on Twitter he’ll personally drive donations to Texas on Friday and put them “instantly” into the arms of victims.
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He arrange a trailer within the parking zone of a Massachusetts grocery store to gather donations and requested individuals to provide money by means of PayPal.
In response to critics saying donors ought to solely help verified charities, Schilling tweeted: “No have to donate for those who don’t belief the place the cash goes.”
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Bob Ottenhoff, president and CEO of the Middle for Catastrophe Philanthropy, says it’s greatest to “help organizations already on the bottom and which have the experience.”
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