Eh I vote wrongly. give money is easy. money does not solve everything.
Some people cannot donate because they dont have much themselves. Donation does not mean have to be money but cos in SG it is easiest to give money people just do that. I have given food to people who asked me for money, because I do not want to hand over cash to them. I ask them what they need the money for, they say have not eaten, so I ask if it is OK for me to buy them food they say OK, then these are genuine. If they dont want, then I am afraid the money can go to beer or cigarette or even worse .. singapore pools.
I just like to solve immedate problem.... Donate money also donno where it go to, give a seat now might just save the needy from a bad fall.
Anyway, cash is the least form that I like to provide to a charity or donation.
I would refuse to give a begger $2 that he claim that he want to buy food for his family. But I am willing to buy more then $2 worth of foods and let him to bring back for his family.
Cash is normally being mis-use to serve their purpose.
While 'evil' is a broad term used that can describe intentional negative moral acts or thoughts that are cruel, unjust or selfish, I think the concept of 'evilness' or in this case, more basic selfishness are grounded in a lot more than just an act in itself. Remember, at one time and by a great many peoples, brutal slavery and mass murder aka genocide were considered to be perfectly normal.
Suppose you were occupying a seat on the upper deck of a double decker public bus. All the seats are filled, both upper and lower decks. At the next stop a pregnant woman boards and comes on to the upper deck. Seeing she couldn't get a seat, she decides to stand next to you, holding on the handle behind you with her big belly centimeters from your face.