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A charity auction with two rare vehicles!

Дата: 17.01.2018 16:03:27
View Postarmandio, on 16 January 2018 - 11:43 PM, said:   Why You decide to support in Your charity for childs, specific country - Poland? Poland is the poorest country in the world?  There is children in Africa who need more help. There is no any medical equipment in some poor African countries.Poland children at least have food.   If You so much like original ideas and rare items I can offer You one idea. Found some African charity project You like: for example this.   https://www.aidforaf...ef-of-children/     Tell to game designers make original(desert or summer) African style Camouflage - big five! And sell the camouflage in WoT shop and give all money You get from selling African style camo to that charity project.:) And in future please dont put charity for Poland news in main WoT page, announce only in Poland forum.And fire Your public relationship staff.Cause You are making negative emotions to other nationality players. Maybe You will make some Defender tank charity auction for my country children also.:( I am unhappy now and disappointed.:confused:

Falathi:   Fortunately, Poland is not the poorest country in the world. However, this does not mean there is no room for charity and the situation couldn`t be better. You are right that there are a lot of people in much more dire situation out there BUT you can always try to help as many as you can. 
Also, you can always argue that this charity is not really that needed, that charity is not that needed, another one is not that OK or pressing from your point of view and end up not actually helping anyone.  I definitely feel that if you can and want to help - you should do it. And what matters for me is that with this charity we`re helping some people in need. Even if you can`t help everyone, you should at least try to help some. It is way better than not helping at all.    When it comes to Latvia - I`m not aware of any big charity event like that. If you know something worth supporting, please consider contacting us. Thank you in advance!   As for Africa - we`re talking about a huge and very diverse continent here and I simply do not want to give a bit of background here as the post would easily have to be a page long and political and there simply is no place for it. Personally, I`m familiar only with the situation in three countries of Africa and it`s vastly different between one another.  In short: there are serious needs and there are ways you can help, but not necessarily simple, or obvious.  As I mentioned it`s too big of a subject to discuss here, but should you be interested let me know.  

View PostIulian_ro, on 17 January 2018 - 12:49 AM, said: Yeah, but the african kids do not play WoT bro, so they can not buy premium tanks with the parents card, like the polonese kids do....:( By selling two of the most controversial and OP tanks for charity WG just want to make some cheap advertisement in Poland, the biggest community of WoT players in Europe.   P.S.: Most of the charity things are just a shill. Some of the money indeed are used for a good cause, but in general around 70% are lost on the way, because the organizers also have 'expenses' to cover. This is sad but true. If you want to help someone, try to avoid the big 'charity' organizations and help by a direct donation.

Falathi:   In the first place - as I mentioned already this charity has a bit of history and is quite a big one, so we decided to support it this year again the way we could and the way that is common. Allegro.pl has whole lot of auctions for this charity so offering something on our side was the most natural thing to do.    As for the charity and shill - it always makes sense to check what the charity is about and how does it work. In this case, it`s been checked and is quite transparent. The papers are in Polish but in short if this charity wasn`t legit we would not participate.   

View PostXaltu, on 17 January 2018 - 07:50 AM, said:   Thank you for the links. Unfortunately it seems the English version does not seem to extend to the register or login pages.

Falathi:    That`s most unfortunate. However, when you use Chrome and translate the page it works good enough, given the circumstances. 
 And thank you very much for your interest and will to participate :)     

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