Just $1. Can CHANGE make CHANGE ?

Instead of us individually chasing money throughout our lives and becoming a slave to it, if we start to work collectively and help each other as one massive non-profit entity, we can root out poverty and everything else that comes with it including exploitation and enslavement. But an idea is just that until it is put into action.

The following is for illustration purposes ONLY and could be implemented. Someone had to initiate that thought process. Why not me?


The following is used as an example. If each of us pool in Just $1 a day (which does not even buy a cup of coffee), With 7 Billion people, that’s $7 Billion a day, times 30 days times 12 months, That amounts to $ 2520 Billion a year. This money when distributed equally to those in true need (99%), it may help solve the seemingly never ending problem of poverty, the Daily rat race and the fight for basic Human survival for many people around the Planet.

Mind you the results shown above is displayed as the total collection for just ONE YEAR. Imagine if we continue doing this year after year.


This entity is to be managed by an independent third party or a Non-Profit entity who will be serving as a volunteer. So no money is exchanged and no money is ever touched by anyone. So the model is : Each of us pool in $365 per year, only those who have thrown in their towel will be entitled to that even split every 2 years out of this massive collection. All collected money is to be deposited into a Trust or a Foundation created specifically for this purpose, where it will grow interest year after year. This could also be included in the distributions that are given out every 2 years or the interest monies accrued may stay in reserves collecting interest over interest.

What are your thoughts? Can we accomplish this? Can it be done? Will we do it ? Ask yourself this question? Will YOU do it?

Please voice your opinion and suggestions below.




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