Quick question. My business supplies events, we do get a number of requests for organisations registered as charities asking for charity discount. For most good causes, I dont mind offering a discount to help them financially. Humanitarian causes, medical charities and other vital community support charities I don't mind. But it seems that there are just a huge spate of organisations with legal status as a charity that I don't believe do "proper" charitable work. What is the best way to deal with this? Just tell them "I'm unable to offer a charity discount" where I deem the organisation to not fit my personal charity criteria. Or can I just be honest and tell them we only give charity discounts that fit out humanitarian, disaster relief, aid criteria etc. I'm a bit concerned the former will come across as cold, on the other hand the latter seems like I'm sticking my middle finger at them and telling them they're not real charities.