Aura wrote:Yeah donating your precious bodily fluids is an excellent way to help healthcare, especially if you happen to have a blood type that's on high demand.
Must admit, didn't think of blood when you mentioned the donation of precious bodily fluids. But I have to get drained every month and a half to deal with overabsorbation of iron. Gets shipped straight to bone marrow transplant people.
In any case, eat a good diet and donate blood as often as is possible. Cancer patients and accident victims need that stuff bad. Another thing you can do is, easily enough, learn the local sign language. Some people just need someone to talk to, and the money for interpreters ain't too shabby. You're giving them freedom and honest friendship, and that's hard enough to receive as is, much less ask for it in a charity.
Alternatively, if you can do magic tricks or something that would get at least passing mention in a big city talent show, go visit them at the hospital. If you're good at piano, offer to teach a few kids. Same goes for any instrument. If they've gotten into an accident or otherwise suddenly lost something that was once an attachment or sense, teach them a hobby they can practise and focus on, rather than the problems they're already dealing with.
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