Is it possible to make a living promoting charitable organizations?
There are manyopportunites in the non-profit sector. Non-profit organizations look for the same characteristics as for-profit. Although the pay maybe slightly less pay they are rewarded by promoting a service they feel strongly about. However every non-proft organization is different. Thanks for your question.
by Holle Abee 7 years ago
I'm not a TP member - I find many of their views a little scary. I did, however, find this article interesting:http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142 … 11064.htmlI have Democratic pals who are all for giving tax money to the needy, but they NEVER contribute their OWN money to charities. Do...
by The Real Tomato 9 years ago
When donating to charitable organizations, how can I know if my money is being put to good use?
by PrettyPanther 5 years ago
Two entrepreneurs:Both entrepreneurs started their companies in the 1980s. Both small businesses employ roughly the same number of people, around 75. Both owners are considered wealthy in their community. One, let's call hm Mr. T, starts his employees at minimum wage,...
by Gabby G 7 years ago
If you could do anything for a living and money wasn't a concern, what would it be?If you could do anything for a living and money wasn't a concern, what would it be?
by Barbara Sloan 5 years ago
Do you know of someone who has benefited from a charitable donation?Every year millions of people all over the world donate money to charitable organizations. Do you know someone personally who has benefited from donations?
by TylerCapp 6 years ago
What are some good websites for promoting a humanitarian or charitable cause?I have a volunteering project in Nicaragua that needs funding. I already have it posted and set up on Indiegogo. What websites can I go to in order to promote my project in hopes of raising funds for a humanitarian cause?
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