13 March, 2018 at 8:23 am #1089395
Like many good-hearted people here in JC, I try to do my very little bit to help those in need. It is very hard to so after the recent scandals with charity.
There is a very good website we can use while we are chatting on JC, waiting for other people to reply after typing in our message, and so forth.
www,freerice.com is a well-known and proper site that donates rice to the UN food programme. The website is mainly about clicking on some maths or English vocabulary multiple questions and other subjects such as Geography. For each correct answer, 10 grains of rice will be donated to the UN food programme, sponsored by the companies providing the ad banners at the bottom of the screen.
This website has been running for nearly ten years and is quite well-known on the net and the charity sector. It is not a scam or anything, I am not afflicted with it in any way apart from being one of the millions of people who use it every year.
Bye for now, please pardon my imperfect English, I came to the UK a long time ago but never got myself together to improve my English in a more advanced and organised manner,
GuyBrush13 March, 2018 at 8:56 am #1089397
I have given GuyBrush £10000 to buy rice for those in need.
Having read the above, I can only trust him.13 March, 2018 at 1:21 pm #1089404
hmm i am sure there is rich people in the world….13 March, 2018 at 3:15 pm #1089410
hmm i am sure there is rich people in the world….
and GuyBrush will be one of them.
Just do as I did, give £1000 to him to give rice to people.13 March, 2018 at 4:39 pm #1089414
ha 1k…. i will just check my pocket…. i wud only give to chairty if i was rich, as i dont trust people easy, so i wud want to be controll of my own chairty, then i will have more protection of mistrust with people.13 March, 2018 at 6:41 pm #1089422
you should be more trusting, jn.
Be like me. I trust everybody.
And if you trust GuyBrush, then you too will trust anybody at all15 March, 2018 at 7:23 am #1089467
If a skeptical gentleman such as Sceptical guy trusts the website, then ….. please all do!15 March, 2018 at 10:42 am #1089471
Am I the only one bored enough to check the site out? Google reviews? Is it/isn’t it a scam?
It sure beats virtual bubble wrap when I’m on hold …..15 March, 2018 at 4:07 pm #1089515
I will go and look for evidence to support it.
Yes. Do a Google on freerice.com first to be safe .
Many thanks16 March, 2018 at 6:41 pm #1089708
Hi all, below is the first paragraph talking about freerice.com from wikipedia. Many thanks for your kind support.
Freerice is an ad-supported, free-to-play website that allows players to donate to charities by playing multiple-choice quiz games. For every question the user answers correctly, 10 grains of rice are donated via the World Food Programme. The available subjects include English vocabulary (the original subject with which the game launched), multiplication tables, pre-algebra, chemical symbols (basic and intermediate), English grammar, SAT, foreign language vocabulary for English speakers (French, German, Italian, Latin, and Spanish), human anatomy, geography (flags of the world, world capitals, country identification, and world landmarks), the identification of famous artwork, literature, quotations, and world hunger. A user’s total score is displayed as a mound of rice and the number of grains.