Ahh, so now we're judging the generosity of our charitable donations by a flat percentage of our income, rather than say, disposable or discretionary income?
Do you have such a flat-rate mentality when it comes to our income-tax system?
I'd argue that 2.3% of his baseball salary means a lot less to Matt Kemp than 2.3% of my salary does to me. And I'd be right.
Face it, every time a celebrity gives MONEY, they're spending a resource they don't care about, and they're essentially buying publicity. In fact, I'd almost guarantee that $25K is a typical night in a "gentleman's club" for most pro athletes.
That's why TIME given to Make-a-Wish or hospital visits mean more.