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charity |ˈ ch aritē|

noun ( pl. -ties)
1 the voluntary giving of help, typically in the form of money, to those in need.
• help or money given in this way: an unemployed worker living on charity.
2 an organization set up to provide help and raise money for those in need.
• such organizations viewed collectively as the object of fund-raising or donations: the proceeds of the sale will go to charity.
3 kindness and tolerance in judging others: she found it hard to look on her mother with much charity. See note at mercy .
• archaic love of humankind, typically in a religious context: faith, hope, and charity.

charity begins at home—proverb one's first responsibility is for the needs of one's own family and friends.

origin late old english (in the sense [christian love of one's fellows] ): from old french charite, from latin caritas, from carus ‘dear.

mind geysers donates a portion of its earnings to support charitable work, and encourages its staff to undertake such.
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