No, I'm not going off the rails on you.
Just a few days ago I posted an update about my project:
That post was a pretty detailed endeavor where I strived to show with graphs and data how the charity funds were being spent astutely and how it ought to be done vs. giving money to large institutions, including government, who waste most of it. I also included a bit about how I had so far found it impossible to do actual crowdfunding where a lot of people give a little.
I’m so amazed with the total amount of donations for this charity project of mine which I think has been recognized by some to be how charity ought to be done. Rather than engender donations for consumption, you seek them for business activities where your donations can build and sustain. And one day, your charitable causes are themselves charitable.
That said, it cannot escape my notice that my email list is 6,500; and of those, 800 are members. 600 on the free level and 200 on paid. 45 individuals have donated and relatively, it’s impressive. On average amongst the 45, $59.
So I’m chewing on it all the time. What if 1,000 people did 10 bucks each? That’s 10k bucks and the project is in the can.
Ironically, what’s happened here isn’t really crowdfunding where a lot of people pitch in a little. It’s a few pitching in big. The most common donation is $100.
So, I’m going to keep chewing on that and record a video for my next plea.
It's what happens next that's interesting.
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