Agreed. But some people share everything they do to supposedly help others, regardless of whether it was requested that it be shared or not.Regarding doing something for SM 'likes'.
Some of the projects I've helped with I never even knew existed until a friend either shared or commented on it enabling me to become aware and 'get on board'. Likewise when or if I share such actions more people become aware, a snowball effect.
Many such projects encourage you to 'share' to engage and promote the cause., Christmas shoe box appeals, soup kitchens, foodbanks, gifts at Christmas or Easter eggs for hospital wards, homeless backpacks, making scrubs for the NHS, I could go on.
Like when she gets sent free stuff and announces to everyone she's donating the contents (after she's removed the bits she wants obviously)
Or filming yourself buying a tent for a homeless man (whilst pissing yourself laughing)
I think the point that the majority of us here was trying to make is that she doesn't share things like that to raise awareness, no matter how much she might like to think she does. It's so she gets likes and told how amazing and selfless she is.