When it comes to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, giving away money is no big deal. The problem he faces, however, is where and who to donate it to. To help him make the decision, Bezos sought the advice of Twitter users, taking to his verified account Thursday and posting his plea. By the following day, thousands of responses were posted under his message.

While some of them were selfies, some of the top options were to donate it to people who are victims of sexual abuse or people in the LGBT community who are homeless.

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There’s always a comedian somewhere, and some netziens couldn’t help but point out that the day after Bezos, 53, asked what to do with his billions of dollars, he bought Whole Foods, an organic market, for $13.7 billion. Hey, when you’re Bezos, that’s chump change.

He has an estimated net worth of $82.1 billion and is one of the top three richest men in the country, falling second to Microsoft co-creator Bill Gates, who has an approximate net worth of $89.1 billion.

Some of the suggestions Twitter users offered Bezos have been posted below:

1. Pay Random People: One user suggested that Bezos “start a basic income grand experiment” and randomly choose 1,000 people to pay $1,000 to a month.

2. Buy Whole Foods: The irony wasn’t lost on Twitter users. “Normal people: I wish I could spend ALL my money at Whole Foods. Jeff Bezos: I did spend all my money at Whole Foods,” user @gabbynadine joked.

3. Donate To True Colors Fund: The program helps to end homelessness among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) youth. Their goal is to create” a world in which all young people can be their true selves.”

4. Education: “Education is a huge issue in the U.S., look at the student debt, people are losing their job and cannot access education, yet many companies, including @amazon, are struggling to find the diverse skilled workforce they need. We need a new college that provides high quality education,” user Sylvian Kalache wrote.

5. Help Veterans: This suggestion came from user Jake Wood. “Repurpose the skills of military veterans to b immediate responders to natural disasters,” he wrote. “They've already been trainer with taxpayer dollars. Highly skilled and motivated.”

6. Donate To Libraries: The Twitter account “EveryLibrary” asked Bezos for help. “Libraries solve many of the issues in education and employment across the United States. We're standing up for them and we'd love your help,” they tweeted. “Americans rely on the services they get from their libraries to gain employment, start new businesses, and improve their lives.”

7. Reform Welfare: “Giving people money allows them to have the stability required to hold down a job,” one person suggested.

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Bezos told his followers he wanted to help people in the short term and intersect “urgent need and lasting impact.”

“This tweet is a request for ideas. I’m thinking about a philanthropy strategy that is the opposite of how I mostly spend my time — working on the long term. For philanthropy, I find I’m drawn to the other end of the spectrum: right now,” he tweeted Thursday. “But I’m thinking I want much of my philanthropic activity to be helping people in the here and now — short term — at the intersection of urgent need and lasting impact. If you have ideas, just reply to this tweet with the idea) and if you think this approach is wrong, would love to hear that too). Thanks! Jeff”

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