5 months, 3 weeks ago
This is not a question that should not be. I'm as opposed to this kind of propaganda method of theme as you are, but I hope you can pay attention to several problems: 1. The corresponding legal concept of "charitable donation" is "donation", whose essence is the disposal of the donor's own property. when discussing this issue, we should always respect the free will of the donor. 2. in a sound social system, regardless of a few extreme situations, the "bottom line" of citizens' life should be the basic pension security, medical insurance and various subsidies for special people of the state, rather than the extra income from personal savings or continued work after retirement. It is true that donating savings will affect the anti risk ability of poor families in the face of extreme situations (such as the severe disease and disaster that basic security is hard to resist). However, if we can only live in a humble house and eat rice bran and eat vegetables after donating, we may not reflect on the donation itself. 3. The corresponding legal concept of "charitable donation" is "donation". A donation contract is a contract whereby the donor gives his property to the donee free of charge and the donee expresses his acceptance of the donation (article 185 of the contract law). So ordinary gifts can be rejected by the donee. However, there are some particularities in "charitable donation". Article 35 of the charity law stipulates that "the donor can donate through charitable organizations or directly to the beneficiary". According to this article, there are two situations for the recipient of "charitable donation": The first is to take charitable organizations as recipients, but charitable organizations should use donations for charitable purposes and agreed purposes The second is to designate the beneficiary as the donee, and the charity organization is only the "intermediate link". Although the former takes charitable organization as the donee, compared with the general civil donation, the charitable organization here is more similar to the business organization that uses the donation on behalf of the charitable purpose; the latter is the designated beneficiary, and the charitable organization basically has no space to dispose of the donated property. no matter which kind, there is no clear right for charity organizations to refuse, and considering the public welfare attribute of charity organizations, it is difficult to think that charity organizations can refuse donations like the donees in general civil gifts. 4. If we do believe that charity organizations should reject large donations from poor families, how to define "poor families" and "large donations"; whether the standards of provinces and cities should be different, and whether their settings should be controlled by the government or by charity organizations themselves are all questions. Even if we don't consider the wishes and ideas of donors, we have to set a "donation threshold". Today, some charities have frequent negative news, whether we should further delegate power to charities and allow them to choose whether to accept their donations or not, we also hope that you will think carefully. or above.