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Charity

Author : Lesley Pearse
ISBN : 9781446474457
Genre : Fiction
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From one of the UK’s best-loved novelists and the No.1 Sunday Times bestselling author of ‘Stolen’. Charity Stratton's bleak childhood is changed for ever when both her parents are killed in a fire. Separated by the authorities from her younger brothers and sister, Charity is sent out to work as a skivvy in a boys' boarding school. Her loneliness and misery are eased when she falls deeply in love with the dashing but fickle sixth-former, Hugh Mainwaring, but when she discovers she is pregnant with Hugh's baby she soon realises just how alone she really is. Determined to be reunited with her siblings and to make something of herself, Charity runs away to London and begins to forge a new life.

The Charity

Author : Connie Johnson Hambley
ISBN : 9780615695259
Genre : Horses
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"Jessica Wyeth is too young and unaware to understand why she is not welcomed into the lucrative family business of training and racing horses. When she is falsely accused of the brutal murder of the last person who could protect her, she runs. Jessica becomes a master at hiding in plain view, but the process of rebuilding her life is derailed when she is recognized by the organization that destroyed her family. Her search for the truth draws her into the cold reality of a network of terrorist cells. Set in the rolling hills of Kentucky and the streets of Boston, Jessica learns that she is not the only one hidden in the daylight."--Back cover.

The Reformation Of Charity

Author : Thomas Max Safley
ISBN : 0391042114
Genre : Social Science
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Spiritual ideals in early modern Europe shaped political and social poor relief structures just as much as rationalization and effective administration colored ecclesiastical charity efforts. Thomas Max Safley examines the roles of the community in responding to poverty, whatever the context: religious, political, or private (the elite).

Toxic Charity

Author : Robert D. Lupton
ISBN : 0062076213
Genre : Social Science
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Public service is a way of life for Americans; giving is a part of our national character. But compassionate instincts and generous spirits aren’t enough, says veteran urban activist Robert D. Lupton. In this groundbreaking guide, he reveals the disturbing truth about charity: all too much of it has become toxic, devastating to the very people it’s meant to help. In his four decades of urban ministry, Lupton has experienced firsthand how our good intentions can have unintended, dire consequences. Our free food and clothing distribution encourages ever-growing handout lines, diminishing the dignity of the poor while increasing their dependency. We converge on inner-city neighborhoods to plant flowers and pick up trash, battering the pride of residents who have the capacity (and responsibility) to beautify their own environment. We fly off on mission trips to poverty-stricken villages, hearts full of pity and suitcases bulging with giveaways—trips that one Nicaraguan leader describes as effective only in “turning my people into beggars.” In Toxic Charity, Lupton urges individuals, churches, and organizations to step away from these spontaneous, often destructive acts of compassion toward thoughtful paths to community development. He delivers proven strategies for moving from toxic charity to transformative charity. Proposing a powerful “Oath for Compassionate Service” and spotlighting real-life examples of people serving not just with their hearts but with proven strategies and tested tactics, Lupton offers all the tools and inspiration we need to develop healthy, community-driven programs that produce deep, measurable, and lasting change. Everyone who volunteers or donates to charity needs to wrestle with this book.

Bede S Charity

Author : Hesba Stretton
ISBN : PSU:000006716684
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The Land Of Charity

Author : Samuel Mateer
ISBN : UOM:39015058531479
Genre : Missions
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From Charity To Social Work

Author : Elizabeth N. Agnew
ISBN : 0252028759
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Mary E. Richmond (1861-1928) was a contemporary of Jane Addams and an influential leader in the American charity organization movement. In this biography - the first in-depth study of Richmond's life and work - Elizabeth N. Agnew examines the contributions of this important, if hitherto under-valued, woman to the field of charity and to its development into professional social work.Orphaned at a young age and largely self-educated, Richmond initially entered charity work as a means of self-support, but came to play a vital role in transforming philanthropy - previously seen as a voluntary expression of individual altruism - into a valid, organized profession. Her career took her from charity organization leadership in Baltimore and Philadelphia to an executive position with the prestigious Russell Sage Foundation in New York City. Richmond's progressive civic philosophy of social work was largely informed by the social gospel movement. She strove to find practical applications of the teachings of Christianity in response to the social problems that accompanied rapid industrialization, urbanization, and poverty. At the same time, her tireless efforts and personal example as a woman created an appealing, if ambiguous, path for other professional women. A century later her legacy continues to echo in social work and welfare reform. .

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