Supplicants and Benefactors
This brings to mind the phrase, "Neither a borrower nor a lender be." Quick question. Is that a quote from the Bible. Ten seconds to answer. Sure, you can look it up on your phone or computer . . . but you won't find it in a concordance, unless it's a concordance of Shakespeare phrases. It's Hamlet.
The Bible does say much about the relationship between the haves and have nots, the rich and the poor, benefactors and supplicants. A good place to start thinking biblically about these relationships is in Leviticus. That's one of the first books that lays out these relationships for the community of Israel.