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The goodness in a Boat
Tuesday, July 31, 2007
During a training for a new campaign, Andrew, our Canadian trainer showed us his fishing license and a picture of his friend riding a boat. He said that back in Brockville, a lot of people are into fishing and he knows a lot of friends who got their own boats.

Yachts and boats are just few of the most prominent things I get to see when I watch CSI Miami. I could just imagine how expensive it is to maintain a boat. When a boat gets old, I couldn't help but think: What will happen to those boats? Will the owner restore it? Will they be resold? Or will they just get abandoned in the yard?

I didn't know that in the U.S., donating a boat could bring you not just Joy and sense of helping those people that are in need but this will also help you financially. As I browse Boat Angel , I found out that boat donations organizations will give you a receipt of how much your boat value is and it turn, you can use the receipt for tax deductions. Sounds like a good deal huh!

My mom is from Surigao del Norte and I know that this province is blessed with a sea that is reach in natural resources. As she would say, 'you will never get hungry in this small paradise.' My grandfather used to own a boat that was mainly used for fishing. When I get old, I will probably own a boat as well but this time, not for the sake of having bread and butter but more of recreation activities. When the time comes that it will 'beg' for a retirement, I will donate my boat to those who are living in the countryside. I'm sure, having a boat, no matter how old it is will make a big difference in their lives. I am not sure though if we have boat charities here in the Philippines. I hope there is so I could have tax deductions as well. LOL


posted by ruther @ 6:03 PM  
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