Planned donations: all causes

Plans to donate:
10% of income
To:
Global poverty, Climate Change mitigation
Until:
Until I retire
Plans to donate:
Everything over $50k. (Over 50%.)
To:
Animal welfare
Until:
Throughout my life
Additional information:

I additionally intend to spend much of my free time socially promoting altruism, and volunteering for animal sanctuaries (which is more about maintaining my motivation than the direct impact of a single volunteer at a sanctuary).

Plans to donate:
At least 10% of income
To:
Global poverty
Plans to donate:
20% of income
To:
Global poverty
Until:
until i need the money for health/family reasons
Plans to donate:
10%
To:
Global poverty, Global health
Until:
Until I retire
Plans to donate:
Everything I can
To:
Global poverty, Animal welfare
Until:
Throughout my life
Additional information:

My minimum costs are not stable presently (moving, new job soon), so it is difficult to project. But I spend less than $20,000/year on housing, food, utilities/internet/phone and clothing. $10,000/year might be a reasonable buffer for health, trips, etc.

Donating is also a very narrowly defined definition of altruism and it's a bit sad that the effective altruism community has latched onto it as a measure. I believe that if you can move a lot more resources through other actions (research, politics, etc.), that swamps any effect of personal donations. So, my donation plans also include time. Not leisure time (as in the other question asked later), but full-time work time.

Plans to donate:
Yes, everything over the median income (~65k) or 20%, whichever is larger.
To:
Global poverty
Until:
Throughout my life
Additional information:

Due to being a student on welfare, my current donations are not regular and based on a self imposed system of vice/pennance. A bit puritan maybe, but say I buy a computer game/a drink/a gadget/some pc hardware (i.e. 'vice') i'll donate the same amount to AMF/DtWI/similar. It works for me in my current situation.

Plans to donate:
10-20% initially, while saving the excess for donation later
To:
Existential risk and far future causes, Meta-charity
Until:
Throughout my life
Plans to donate:
Only if I stop working for effective charities.
To:
Existential risk and far future causes
Plans to donate:
10% of income
To:
Global poverty, Existential risk and far future causes
Until:
For the foreseeable future
Plans to donate:
Roughly 5%
To:
Global poverty, Animal welfare
Until:
Throughout my life
Plans to donate:
20% of income (probably more, depending on earnings)
To:
Existential risk and far future causes, Existential risk and far future causes, Global poverty
Until:
Until I retire
Additional information:

Signed GiveWell pledge at 20%. Aiming for 50%, but may be lower depending on future earnings.

Preliminary career plans are to work in quantitative finance (I'm interning at Jane Street Capital this summer.) If I go down this path, I intend to donate a considerably higher percentage.

I'm going to explore alternative career paths in my next couple of years at university, however. If I go into a career with much lower earnings (e.g. research) then the percentage might fall accordingly (e.g. to 10%.) But if I were to do this, it would be because I felt the direct impact of the career outweighed any loss of donation potential.

Plans to donate:
yes
To:
i don't know yet
Plans to donate:
>=50%
To:
Global poverty, Existential risk and far future causes, Meta-level causes
Until:
Until I retire
Additional information:

While I'm high-earning I target at least 50%, otherwise at least 20%.

Ana
Plans to donate:
Yes
To:
Global poverty, Existential risk and far future causes
Until:
Throughout my life

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