Organized by: Francesca Braddock
As you all know, I am a very passionate person and care deeply about the human race.
This planet is plagued by countless ills, and there have been countless non-profits and charities set up to handle these things. Just some of the issues these organizations confront are hunger, human trafficking, equal rights, natural disaster, medical research, clean water, poverty, harm against children, cruelty to animals, drugs, illiteracy and human rights, to name a few.
I travel all over the United State to raise funds for such organizations, and I tend to focus on people in a high income brackets as they have the wherewithal to donate without "breaking the bank".
In my efforts I started thinking about new ways to help. After some research and laying the groundwork, I have come up with a platform that enables EVERYONE to help the cause THEY want (instead of the option in front of them they way modern checkout campaigns have you do it).
At the checkout line in the grocery store for example, you’re given ONE option of donating to a cause you may know nothing about; you don’t even know where the money is going or what it’s doing. Yet these types of donations represent HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS of dollars.
This platform will be able to reach the masses and mobilize them. It gives them a way to help the cause THEY want without breaking the bank by using round up technology. Then the change can go to your local org, Red Cross, White Helmuts, IAS. Whatever you want as long as it is a qualified a proven non profit organization.
I've spoken with several investors and the all love the idea, however, we are experiencing a few growing pains. Investors want to see a start-up in a certain phase of development before they will act. In short, seed money is needed to handle some legal and technological rudiments so that the proto type application is in use.
This platform is based on the premise that a little bit goes a long way, so in that spirit I am calling upon my friends (and anyone else) to contribute whatever they can – large or small.
Thank you and you’ll receive further briefings as the project moves forward.
If you have any questions, feel free to call me at 646-946-1809