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Any philanthropists or NPO-supporting people out there?
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Posted on Sun, Mar 19, 2006 01:42

I've always had the idea making lots of money and living below my means so that I can give to others, One thing I've really started to enjoy is inventing and supporting non-profits. To one extent it's very satisfying, but I just wish I knew of other people who think the same way I do.

So my question is: Are there any other people on this website that have similar views and values?

Thanks
-C



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Posted on Tue, Jun 13, 2006 16:33

HI!
I work for a NPO. I have always chosen to work for NPO's. I know it sounds silly taking into account the site I'm on but money really isnt everything...I dont think I could get as much satisfaction from my career as I do now had I been working in a "for profit". Aside from working for an NPO I also do some work with inner city youth and have been have to establish a partnership with my NPO to sponsor girls for career day! It's truly great & rewarding!



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Posted on Sun, Jun 11, 2006 15:56

I'm on the board in charge of Finance of a NPO. It's a recent start up, so it's not keeping me busy enough to feel satisfied. Crossing my fingers that it will grow and help many soon.



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Posted on Sat, May 13, 2006 20:05

Hello, I'm new here and was looking through the site when I found this thread. I've worked for NPOs and created one myself in the past. The business plan I'm currently developing will create a non-profit foundation in addition to five divisions, all under an umbrella incorporation. The key to any non-profit is to be passionate, different, and productive. You'll need to write a business plan. Otherwise, the paperwork to create the NPO is easy, cheap, and often available online through your state's Secretary of State website. I suggest you engage an attorney and CPA as early as possible. Do a search for the different areas I've mentioned and visit some national NGO websites to get a feel for their program activites and administrative functions. I hope this helps. Good luck! All the Best, Pentora



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Posted on Tue, May 09, 2006 16:56

Hello, think i should come in.
Which non-profit organzation do you support?
Interested.

THANKX
-C



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