Although Hashem Yisbarach loves the poor He doesn't provide them with Parnasah in order to save us from the Din of Gehinom.
Just as a person's Parnasah is decided on Rosh Hashanah so too the sum total of his losses are also decided on Rosh Hashanah.
If a person merits the money that he gives to Tzedakah will be the sum total of his losses and if he doesn't merit he will lose the money in other ways.
If a person who averts his eyes from Tzedakah it is tantamount to worshipping Avodah Zarah.
The Tzedakah and Chesed that Yisrael does in this world bring us great peace and great advocates between Yisrael and our father in Heaven.
Tzedakah is great because it brings the redemption closer.
There are ten tough things in the world and death is the toughest of all them and Tzedakah saves us from death.
When a person gives a Perutah to a poor person he merits receiving the Pnei Shechinah.
Tzedakah saves a person from the Din of Gehinom.
If a person gives Tzedakah to the Kupah of Tzedakah and he doesn't know the identity of the recipient and the recipient is not aware of the identity of his benefactor it saves him from an unnatural death.
R. Eliezer Ben Ya'akov says a person should not give money to a Kupah of Tzedakah unless it is under the auspices of a person as trustworthy as R. Chanina Ben Tradyon.
The next world is the opposite of this world; those that are lowly because of poverty in this world will be exalted in the next world and those that are exalted in this world because of their wealth will be lowly in the next world.
Talmidei Chachamim who are exalted in this world will be equally exalted in the next world.
Fortunate is a person who arrives in the next world with his Torah in his hand.
People who gave up their life to the Malchus in order to save Klal Yisrael will have an exclusive status in the next world.
All of the Tzedakah and Chesed that the nations of the world do is a sin because they do not do it for the sake of Heaven.
If a Yisrael says I am giving a Sela for Tzedakah so that my son will live or so that I will merit Olam ha'Ba he us regarded as a complete Tzadik. (1)
A person who is haughty will fall into Gehinom.
R. Yochanan Ben Zakai says just as a Chatas atones for Klal Yisrael so too Tzedakah atones of the nations of the world. (2)
A BIT MORE
1. Even though he is not doing it strictly for the sake of Heaven he is still regarded as a Tzadik because a Yisrael who does a Mitzvah for an ulterior motive is happy he did the Mitzvah even if he doesn't receive what he is hoping for, however a non-Jew who does a Mitzvah for an ulterior motive will regret doing the Mitzvah if he doesn't receive what he is hoping for.
2. R. Yochanan Ben Zakai argues with the opinions who say that all of the Tzedakah and Chesed that the non-Jews do is a sin because they do not do it for the sake of Heaven.