The RICH GET RICHER and THE POOR GET CHILDREN’S CLUB

Introduction: Welcome to The Rich Get Richer and The Poor Get Children’s Club, a Based on the Donor Acquisition Model; a ‘Lunch’ Event, That Attracts Much More Money than Just $5 Donation, to the Charity that is Covered in This Article.

Donor acquisition is simply finding new donors. Simple stuff you may say, but when done the right way, it can be a highly profitable business model, and the Charity Commission of England and Wales has said that ‘the rich get richer and the poor get children’ is worth learning from.
This is a lunch event aimed at those with a healthy appetite for the needy, where they get to eat good food and enjoy themselves, while hopefully raising more money than the soft cost of eating. The concept is simple: The charity has first take up all the tickets available with a donation of $5 on top; people then pay whatever they like at the door, and if they pay more than what’s covered by the soft cost of food, that too can be donated straight to charity.
The result? The rich get richer, and the poor get children. The charity has cleared their fixed costs; they’ve made lots of money by turning a charity event into a money making one, and people have also enjoyed themselves while helping to make the world a better place.

the rich get richer and the poor get children
the rich get richer and the poor get children

Paid Content Tips – How To Do It Yourself & Save Money

So why the strange number for Friends of the Earth, I hear you ask? Well, a third of the charity’s yearly income is doesn’t come from donations. It comes from what is called ‘paid content’, which is when a company or corporation pays to have its name on an article that appears in a magazine or newspaper. The advertising cost depends on the popularity of the publication, and as a result, Friends of the Earth earns up to £1.2 million per year for just one article. The new company I set up in November 2017, called ‘Donor Acquisition Ltd’ makes money by selling advertising on donor acquisition articles. This means that hundreds of thousands of pounds every year can be generated to pay for writing this article, as well as a further eight other articles.
In addition to making money from articles written by me, Donor Acquisition Ltd also makes money by selling advertising on donor acquisition articles. If a would-be advertiser wants to advertise in the Winter edition of The Ian Gilmour Foundation’s magazine, he or she will have a reputation for being reliable and generous (trustworthy & generous). This means that hundreds of thousands of pounds every year can be generated to pay for writing and editing this article, as well as a further eight other articles.
The most important thing to be said here is that, unlike me, the people at Friends of the Earth are not paid for their articles by me. This is not just because they are more professional than I am. It’s because they are the ones who are dedicated to getting publicity in the media so that people will support their campaigns.

the rich get richer and the poor get children
the rich get richer and the poor get children

Conclusion: Stay Educated and Never Miss Anything Again! – Create Your Own Blog Topic Outline Using this Article!

The charity’s ‘top ten ways you can help the environment’ is based on a donor acquisition article that Friends of the Earth paid for. The article came from an online publication called ‘The Positive Media’, which costs up to £20,000 a year per article. Yet, the publication doesn’t really sell anything and isn’t really needed for people to survive. It is just used to gain exposure for companies and corporations that wish to reach a new market or audience.
In this article, ‘The Positive Media’ says that if you want to help the environment, you should recycle. Now, is recycling what it says? The answer is no. Recycling is just a part of an overall process of recycling in society. Society should stop making more and more material that we never need, but instead we should use less and create something else out of it. (Maybe even recycle as well).

the rich get richer and the poor get children
the rich get richer and the poor get children