General Welfare ("PTGW")*
I Do For You. You Donate To A Cause.TM
Many companies are community minded. In fact, more and more small and large businesses are becoming socially aware. Corporate social responsibility makes sense in the community and in the board room.
*The Concept of PTGW
Many people would like to support a cause but may not have money to donate. There is an indirect yet extremely effective method I call: Promote The General Welfare ("PTGW"). I propose people volunteer service for others in their circle-of-influence. Those people compensate for benefit received by donating to a cause named by the volunteer. This can be summed up: "I do for you. You donate to a cause."
When individually aggregated or applied to groups such as, political parties, scientific associations, student unions, humanitarian causes, etc., it is a significant wealth building method which simultaneously includes community service (a win), increases an individual's GDP (a win), increases the GDP of the nation (a win), and provides funding for great societal causes (a win). It starts with one person helping another (i.e. community service). As this idea spreads the corpus of donors expands considerably.
Reports below relate to current volunteering and community service in America.
See comments by ABC TV on new policy in High School Community Service
in Nevada High School:
Also, See statistics for Volunteering in America provided by
the National Corporation And Community Service at: