Q: I've started a nonprofit to assist children in South America. When I give my fundraising pitch, some people say, "There are poor people in America—why aren't you doing something for them?" Please help me find the right words so I can keep doing what I'm doing without guilt.

A: "Tell them: 'You're right—we do have poor people in America. I'd love it if you want to start here and I'll start down there and we'll meet in the middle.'"
Faith Salie, host, public radio's Fair Game from PRI with Faith Salie podcast

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