There is no greater satisfaction than what we derive from helping others, especially in a way that is reasonable to our own budgets and resources. But considering all the need out there, the cost of meeting the many important needs of our world is pretty high. But if every person, if millions of people gave just a little, even a dollar each day, and somehow that was strategically connected to a successful variety of organizations fixing the real needs, the potential for real change becomes limitless. The hope for meeting the needs because tangible
Almost everyone with a good heart and decent income wants to do some kind of philanthropic activity to help the causes they care about. It doesn’t matter the specific cause, because what’s strong and connecting is the medium of caring- the desire to engage, even if the complexity of charitable giving makes engagement difficult for many.
Recently launched, Karma Points is a digital application that exists to address the desire to give, the need for giving, and the problems people have with the experience of giving. It also works to equalize the corporate and high-donor disparity and create a more balanced, democratized playing field for charity, in general. Karma Points works with a variety of charities, and they do it on purpose. People shouldn’t have to pick 1 cause, because there really are so many important causes to care about. Individuals and corporate partners just sign up at www.kpoints.org and immediatly begun funding direct-impact campaigns across many causes, and in a way that makes it easy to keep giving- affordable, straightfoward, and feel-good all around. I suppose that’s why they call it Karma Points- it’s about counting the goodness. Pretty inspirational!
Karma Point – The Organization
Karma points an organization that is channelizing small-donor philanthropy in a new system of pluralistic and democratized giving. Karma Points takes the bad vibes and the guesswork out of giving, and not just for individual donors, but for teams as well. Karma Points funds one charitable project every week with the collective support of all members, and then they provide online reports of the nonprofits specific spending and their success online every 45 days, assuring donors of the exact impact of their funding.