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It’s Past Time to End Poverty

We’ve all seen the photos of malnourished children with bloated bellies, and emaciated adults with nothing but contaminated water to drink, and bathe with. More than 25,000 impoverished children die each day, and that number is up from last year. Now, let’s implement a plan that will end poverty.

Our world leaders have been penny wise, and pound foolish when it comes to solving the problems created by inhumanity, and poverty. This proposed plan will help us get in front of the problem that perpetuates poverty, crime, and prevent us from evolving into a truly civilized society.

Solutions to End Poverty

People who live in any form of poverty need a viable method of making money. Non-profit organizations are on the front-line of the decade’s long war we are still, unsuccessfully waging against poverty. I instead of implementing a sustainability component, non-profits ask for donations from people who are scarcely meeting their own financial obligations.

61 percent of U.S. workers are living paycheck to paycheck, and that number is up from last year.  That means more than half of the population, in the greatest nation in the world, are just a paycheck away from being a food-bank client or living in their cars with their families.  Oh yeah, without health insurance.

  • Non-profit organizations can open online stores without investing in inventory, and fill orders as they come in, and are paid for online. Every region of the world has a culture, including unique food, art, and crafts that can produce one- of- a-kind items that can be sold online.

Get started by building a website for each artist, craft-maker, cook, or dressmaker. Take photos of their goods with a description, and a price that includes postage, and put a “Buy” button next to the “Donation” button. Charge a small commission for each order, and establish fair working conditions.
The small business owner or street vendor will generate more revenue, and create jobs.

The cost to build an online store could be a small commission on each order; non-profit organizations can send the photos and descriptions to the website designer.

The lack of planning for inevitable natural disasters is another persistent preventable problem. Build some shelters below ground; stock non-perishable food items, water, temporary housing, and medical supplies. Let’s get ahead of the next natural or man-made disaster.

As Capitan America says, “The world is in peril”. The recent illegal mass migration from Central America is due in-part to uncontrollable gang violence. Bring in the military…take a page from Peru where law enforcement is visible on every block.

Let’s turn the page on poverty, crime, apathy, and apply for a $5,000 grant to start-up a sustainability component that will make it possible for non-profit organizations to help their service populations generate enough income to make photos of children dying from hunger impossible to find.

Non-profit organizations along with street vendors and small business owners will need to be educated utilizing the most cost-effective method possible, online.

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Grant Funds for Non-Profit Organizations

By, Nancy Faria da Costa


Grant funds are available for community based, national, and international non-profit organizations. Grants are also available for small business start-ups, and small business expansion. Grant fund acquisition requires more than passion and a grant proposal. In 2014, it still takes money to get money even for non-profit organizations.


Every non-profit organization needs a sustainability component. Sustainability means your non-profit is generating revenue, and can operate without a grant. Unfortunately, most new non-profit organizations have a grant proposal written, submitted, and sit on the sofa waiting for a check instead of volunteering their time to their cause.

How to Get a Grant
The grant award process begins with organization. First, organize the recruitment of your board of directors. A funding source will not award grant funds to a non-profit organization that does not have a qualified, well-educated, and accomplished, board of directors.  Accomplished, professional board members will help your organization get funded.

If your board of directors is comprised of your mother who makes a great meatloaf, your sister who is a stay at home mother, who requires no pain medication when giving birth, and school bus driver uncle with a current driver’s license, don’t bother submitting a grant proposal. It doesn't matter who writes your grant proposal or how good it is, if your board of directors isn't qualified you are not getting funded.

Grant Proposal Development

Most funding sources require the completion of an on-line application consisting of a; Program Summary, Problem Statement/Needs Assessment, Objectives, Sustainability/Methods, Evaluation/Outcomes, and Budget.

The grant proposal should identify, and summarize the overall program; describe problems they have organized to solve and assess the needs of their service population, list the goals and objectives, explain how they will be sustained without grants, how the program will be evaluated, and the cost to operate.

Too often, grant proposals lack the focus required to present a convincing case for funding. Funding sources have some of the same concerns as conventional lending institutions such as, how to mitigate the risk. Funding sources award grant funds to organizations that exhibit the greatest opportunity to succeed.

 Business Plans

Funding sources are requiring business plans from non-profit organizations with greater frequency. The grant proposal should be written first, and the business plan should provide greater details, such as fundraising, and relevant statistics. Complete resumes of board members, key personnel, job descriptions, and an organizational chart is a necessity.

Grant Fund Opportunities

It is the job of the grant writer to research funding opportunities that your organization may qualify for, and is easily accomplished on-line. However, each board member should know what a grant proposal, business plan, and website content should be comprised of. Board members should understand why sustainability components are essential, and how to achieve sustainability.

Funding sources do not as a rule fund, fundraising campaigns or award grants for operating expenses. “It takes money to make money.” Successfully organizing a non-profit organization requires more than tax exempt status and a grant proposal. Non-profits need money to get organized, hire a professional grant writer, and website designer. Board members must also acquire extensive knowledge of how funding is achieved.

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