What makes me sad about videos like that (apart from the fact that most likely the money will not reach those who really need it) is they make you believe you can save the world by clicking "like" and switching off your brain. Now you're a hero, congratulations! That's not how it works. It's the same with many stories about cruelty to animals or handicapped children on Facebook. Awareness is important, but we are reaching a point where it's all about sharing links and not about real help anymore. And most people just share something without thinking about wether it's good or bad - or even just a fake. Finding out more about what's going on is simple, thanks to Google. But even using Google seems to be too much work.
If everybody who shares a link about how bad the world is would actually donate 1 $ to a trustworthy organisation instead this would help a lot.
But I am sure OscarGold101 meant it good, so don't take it personal
. I just see so much of this stuff recently. And I am not a better person myself.