RevJim23 asks why some NGOs don't take on the burden of caring for the poor. In Britain the Mental Health Charity MIND is a significant operator in providing Day-care facilities for people like me who have mental illnesses. MIND is a well-run, caring organisation but it is sometimes suggested that The British health system is 'copping out' of providing enough day-care facilities for the mentally ill. MIND provides a good alternative for people who find the state mental health system sinister or controlling in some way, and it also allows a high level of user participation. On this basis my idea is that NGO's in the welfare sector might be a good idea.