What would be a good program to help normal, working people who are in need?
What if there was a program to help out working people where everyone on a list would put in a certain amount of money into a pot of sorts that would go to one family or individual in need? Like the Tunda, but on a bigger level?
Keep in mind, this would be for common working people that are struggling, not just the poor and homeless. The donaters would also need to be on the pot list as well.
How could we make a program like this work with complete strangers? (no money pyramids please!)
I have been thinking this a lot myself.
It should be like this: help people recover by the contributions of the many.
It is of course a very old idea, which has never been realised as it should.
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