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Volunteering and giving charity can potentially provide as many benefits to you as to the people who are being served.

Giving a cash donation is only one way one of donating to a charity. You can also donate real or personal property, securities, life insurance or annuities. You can also set up a trust.

If you're interested in encouraging the government to fund research, consider joining an advocacy group. If none work for your needs, organize a grass roots e-mail campaign or start your own group.

You can provide support to other people going through what you've been through, or are going through, by joining a support group or informally starting your own.

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