How has Covid-19 affected the way you give?
post by alana-UoEstudy2021
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answer by Cullen_OKeefe
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I gave more than I thought I would. In early 2020, I predicted I would give between 11% and 12% of my income to charity in 2020:
Unfortunately, due to the higher cost of living in the Bay Area and my student loan obligations, I do not foresee greatly exceeding 10% this year. I predict that I will ultimately end up donating between 11% and 12% of my income this year.
However, I actually gave closer to 16%, primarily due to lower expenses, good investment returns, higher earnings, refinancing my loans, and stimulus checks.
↑ comment by alana-UoEstudy2021 ·
2021-02-16T17:20:07.575Z · EA(p) · GW(p)
That is amazing Cullen!
Was this towards any particular organisations/charities? Replies from: Cullen_OKeefe
↑ comment by Cullen_OKeefe ·
2021-02-16T21:14:01.664Z · EA(p) · GW(p)
As listed here:
- Legal Priorities Project: $ 10,005.50
- Long-Term Future EA Fund: $ 8,036.00
- Joe Biden for President: $ 2,800
- GiveWell (regrant): $ 1,551
- Center for Election Science: $ 1,000
- Charter Cities Institute: $ 1,000
- EA Cameroon: $ 250
- Against Malaria Foundation: $ 120
- GiveDirectly: $ 83.51
- Malaria Consortium: $ 30
- Nuclear Threat Initiative: $ 22
- Wild Animal Initiative: $ 10
- MIRI: $ 10
I don't think COVID changed my allocation very much, with the exception of the EA Cameroon donation.
Replies from: Jess-UoEstudy2021
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