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Subject: I think that even fake charities can be beneficial to an extent. Even if it is for a few days, a contestant volunteers anyways and the image of her volunteering is shown in the media, either social media or on TV, etc. And it DOES encourage people watching to volunteer. I do not know how many days or weeks did Olivia Jordan volunteer at "Children of the Night" in Tulsa, and by no means I am saying it was a fake charity... But she was living mostly in California and if, let's say she volunteered only a few days in there, it is still beneficial for them and she mentioned this organization. I checked it in depth, some people likely donated there hearing from her what they do.


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Date Posted: 15:54:04 05/28/20 Thu
In reply to: Why are you even on this board if you hate pageants? Perhaps you are the one who is insecure. 's message, "These women are not insecure. And while I agree some do come up with a fake charity. There are a handful that have been working for their cause for years. And to some of these girls its more than a crown. Its tradition and pride. Al bigger platform for their REAL charity." on 09:27:05 05/27/20 Wed


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