A Charity Auction with Three Great Vehicles!
Дата: 12.01.2019 18:26:27
Ch1valry, on 12 January 2019 - 05:00 PM, said: Kodus for having a real life charity, but I do have to ask: Why Poland? There are tons countries that would need this more. According to Wikipedia: "In all, as of 2017 the Polish economy has been growing steadily for the past 26 years, a record high in the EU. Such growth has been exponential, with GDP per capita at purchasing power parity growing on average by 6% p.a. over the last 20 years, the most impressive performance in Central Europe resulting in the country doubling its GDP since 1990." Not saying Poland wouldn't have problems with their health care system. However, wouldn't such an economic growth suggest that Polish authorities would likely be able to take care of these problems themselves? Would much rather have a charity for people in third world countries, but I guess that wouldn't benefit WG enough.
Falathi: Political discussions are not allowed so I can`t give you a full, detailed picture here even though the questions you ask are valid. Therefore, let me explain the stuff as much as I can. This charity has been running for the last many years ( this year`s finale is 27th ) and it started when the situation in hospitals in Poland was simply dramatic. Since then, the situation improved but one of the things about health care systems is that there`s almost always something to fix, something to improve and some serious issues to address. For every year, this charity consults the needs with doctors and aims at covering a neglected area of the health care by buying specialist hardware - this is one of the main reasons we support it. It`s not only a big thing, but it`s also pretty clear. As for the Third World countries - I totally agree with you and I see no reason why we shouldn`t support them as well. However, for this we need to know about particular charity, make sure it`s a good cause and then we can support it. If you know a good example of something that we should look into - please, feel free to share the idea with us. We`ve been supporting charities in the past, just to name the WarChild as an example and we could support more.