Created by Life is Nutz, P4C helps defray the costs associated with operating a charitable organization, such as a non-profit or 501c3, which in turn help those less fortunate. Life is Nutz’s goal is to develop and expand a highly profitable lifestyle apparel and accessory company, facilitating those organization’
YouTube has a video that demonstrates Life is Nutz’s clothing: http://vimeo.com/
“We want people to know they are helping multiple charities with each purchase”, stated Bill Beers, CEO and President. “So, for each product purchased, 10% of our gross annual profit, not our net profitability, will be distributed evenly to the charities currently enrolled.”
For example, If Life is Nutz has a gross profit of $180,000,000 in 2015, then 10% or$18,000,000 goes to selected charities.
Other companies might give 10% of their net profits, minus all company expenses, Christmas bonuses, travel expenses, salaries and overhead costs. In some cases, corporations even have their own 501c3 registered, which dilutes the 10% even more when it’s finally given to a charity.
So the other company would most likely claim less than half the $180,000.000 as net profit, and probably closer to ¼ the actual figure. This means it would take others approximately 4 times the amount of time to give money to charity as it does Life is Nutz.
Life is Nutz is just one of the registered trademarks that will resonate with an unparalleled number of consumers. The P4C business model will propel Life is Nutz to lead by example, so other companies, of all sizes, can replicate Life is Nutz’s efforts.
Once the current organizations that focus on addiction, homelessness, and public safety get back on their feet, new charities needing assistance will be targeted. Right now, Life is Nutz is looking for a 501c3 Autism group to partner with. As Life is Nutz grows, the goal remains the same: Help those who need it!