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Fundraising Company Pays Its Members To Help Charities
Social Entrepreneurship is the new buzz in fundraising for charities, and The Charity Trust's program is at the forefront of this revolution. Leveraging the power of social media sites the Company is building a base of people that want to do good.
FUNDRAISING COMPANY PAYS ITS MEMBERS TO HELP CHARITIES
Social Entrepreneurship is the new buzz in fundraising for charities, and The Charity Trust's non-profit program is at the forefront of this new revolution.
Leveraging the enormous marketing and 'word-of-mouth' power of social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and others, the Company is building a huge base of people that want to do good, and involve their friends in their efforts.
Using the power of these networks reduces the significant costs of advertising associated with promoting fundraising activities, and this saving enables the Company to reward its members for time spent inviting friends, colleagues and relatives via their social networks.
For an affordable £10 per month subscription, members are allocated a unique membership number and a short HTML link code, which can be used in status updates on Facebook, tweeted on Twitter, promoted through other social media, and included in emails and even websites. For each new member introduced, the Company rewards the introducing member with a £10 payment. These payments are made every 6-months, as long as the subscription is paid and up-to-date.
The Company's management strongly believe that by motivating individuals to become involved with charitable giving and fundraising, it will empower them and develop into a part of their lives. The Charity Trust program is an ideal part-time business that can be run from home, or even from a smart handheld device.
The organisation donates one-hundred percent of its profits to beneficiaries including; The Alzheimer's Association, Amnesty International, Breast Cancer Care, and Save The Children. The selected charities cover a broad spectrum of worthy causes from cancer care for children, Alzheimer's, and Parkinson's Disease to the protection of endangered species and rainforests.
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