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The way we think about charity is dead wrong | Dan Pallotta
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15 July 2018, 14:44
The Rockefeller Foundation. Rockefellers initial idea to set up a large-scale tax-exempt foundation occurred in 1901, but it was not until 1906 that his famous business and philanthropic advisor, Frederick Taylor. All of this while pending court decision to break up Standard Oil. They applied for a federal charter for the foundation in the US Senate in 1910( pay attention people here's where the dates are important and Tall telling) with at one stage John D Rockefeller even secretly meeting with President William Howard Taft, through the aegis of Senator Nelson Aldrich, to hammer out concessions. God dammit people do your fucking research. These people are instructed by lawyers and advisors in financieras 2 start so called nonprofit organizations. If bankers and lawyers to tell you to put your money in a foundation call it a non-profit and the laws of the land can't touch you then that is clearly money washing at its finest
13 July 2018, 04:39
Despite his eloquence, his proposal will only make situation worse. People don't trust charity because they are opaque. The donation people invested has never paid back when seeing problems persist if not deteriorate. and they always ask for more without declaring achievable, cost-efficient solution like all other for-profit startups. Historical records has shown most charity are incompetent and inefficient regardless their size. Charity is a dull, wasteful and failing model, and I would rather pay for-profit social enterprise like SpaceX, Tesla, Hyperloop to solve problem or pay higher tax because they don't wave the moral high flags to shame me when I try to watch TV after a long day.
12 July 2018, 12:41
please help me https://f4c.co.zw/campaigns/help-my-cousin-joseph/
7 July 2018, 02:51
Just give the people in need direct cash transfer no strings attached. They know what they need better than anyone else.
21 June 2018, 22:52
I got some points from his speech but I didnt get the whole... can somebody explain it to me in a more simple way?
21 June 2018, 21:24
1. Making money under any non profit or NGO is a question of ethics specially if they are taking donation from people or organizations to run the NGOs. If the intent is to pocket money from Donner, it will raise concern. As a Donner, I want to see at least 92% -95% of my donation towards the cause and 5 -8% towards admin. If that because a low priority or not even in equation, why should any Donner pay. When charity takes money, they are are answerable to people whom they take money from. 2nd - it is hard to differentiate who is truly working for a cause and who is using cause to put money in their pocket. See this CNN report about fraud in charities - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHE60GQ23BQ/3rd - If I take vedic view (e.g. Bhagavad Gita) / Spiritual recommendation from Gita - We need to ask what is the result of the charity work. If it results in more sense gratification vs focus on the purpose of life, from vedic science perspective it becomes a negative karma for all. It recommends to use all resources including intelligence, knowledge, money very wisely specially in this era where many cheaters are disguised as social workers, reformers, spiritual leaders , charity leaders etc.
We Not Me
14 June 2018, 10:32
Oh my goodness, this talk has changed my life!I have been ruminating for a long time about this issue, and I really needed someone to actually throw down like Dan Pallotta has done.Everything that we have ever learned about marketing, organisation, management and so on are all there, and should be available to us. It has always puzzled me why anyone can use it to do evil, and nobody says a word, yet the minute that you use it to do good, you are immediately denounced as a sell-out.We have made a cult of poverty, and a virtue of being handicapped. There was an old saying I remember as a teenage, "Why should the Devil have all the good music?" Well why should "the Devil", the Sociopaths in otherwords, have all the good technology?This has truly changed my life. I understand the cultural cringe that Dan explained, and I agree with his analysis. I believe that since we all seem to perfectly accepting of crass consumerism and rampant capitalism in the service of greed, we ought to be able to explain to people why it is essential that we avail ourselves of every tool available in service of humankind. And if we can't communicate that, then we are simply doing something wrong.I'm inspired! Thank you Dan!
Sir Arthur Streeb-Greebling
10 June 2018, 21:17
ABSOLUTELY DO NOT GIVE ANY MONEY TO CHARITY. Why? Until their accounts are FULLY transparent and VIEWABLE just like a limited company, ALL charity is a money pit for swindlers. For example:-BAD CHARITY:- Chairman or Executives have Mercedes, BMW or Audi company cars wasting tax payers money - when a Ford or Japanese Car would be half the cost and just as reliable.BAD CHARITY:- Adverts laden with famous people who 9 times out of 10 are paid loads for the advert. Also charities who BLANKET the TV with adverts. Spending money that could be used for good causes.BAD CHARITY:- A charity who keeps MILLIONS in the bank.BAD CHARITY:- A charity that does NOT disclose EVERY financial dealing and accounts.WORST OF ALL IS THE HIDDEN CON. When a council runs a tender for contract - it is PUBLICLY viewable on request. A Charity is not. So for example - you have a charity that needs transport. Lorries or Vans etc. You open the contract bidding. But you have a friend (or even your own company) in the transport business. So you give your friend insider information enabling him to gain the contract. At the same time, you increase the amount he gets paid, and at the same time he gives you untraceable money or assets as a thank you. NONE OF THIS IS VIEWABLE TO THE PUBLIC OR IS ACCOUNTABLE. And you could do the SAME rip off scam with Food and any other supplies. THERE ARE NO VAT OR TAX CHECKS MADE. Charities ARE rip offs. And do NOT fall for those 'websites' which say 96% of the charities money goes into good causes. As shown by the con above - it is very VERY easy to rip off charities for your own means.Untill ALL the wages / company cars / perks of the top staff are made public - DO NOT GIVE. Until ALL contracts made for the charity are made public - DO NOT GIVE. Until charities are audited as STRICTLY as councils or limited companies - DO NOT GIVE.
28 May 2018, 19:13
i think the problem is that people associate "overhead" with "corruption", they dont realise that ecuipmet is needed, manpower, growth, and of course advertising is needed for them to actually help people.
28 May 2018, 09:09
So how does my small nursing home raise money to get goods and services provided for the ones that can't get it themselves? What about the small markets?
20 May 2018, 08:18
And a lot of misconceptions about the industry
20 May 2018, 08:17
This explains the industry so well...
3 May 2018, 02:46
My name is also Anelisa 🙋🏾♀️
22 April 2018, 17:47
Mmmmm... Dont like this, dont like him.. he's a fraud... so good when you can spot them. Absolute bullshit.
Gently Loved Brands
17 April 2018, 00:04
Christians are not taught to hate ourselves. Luke 14:26 is hyperbole for the point of making the comparison between our love for God and for everything else, including ourselves.
15 April 2018, 09:46
Good info. Solutions? Let's wait for the next talk...
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27 March 2018, 22:22
watch waht happend wehn we went with resla to fayum🤤😱😰 https://youtu.be/NUnM7gq0TIQ
21 March 2018, 03:54
charity is for poor people lol lol lol lol lol
16 March 2018, 04:18
Great talk that seems spot on to me. However, your suggestions are not actionable. We need to go after the organizations such as Charity Star and others who give the charity ratings. Yes, individuals can change but it will be much more effective if we could drive change through the influencers of giving.
2 March 2018, 15:55
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1 March 2018, 07:57
19 February 2018, 12:04
Interesting but...Does advertising make the donation 'pie' bigger or just help that individual charity get a larger slice of existing pie (minus the advertising costs)?Here's an idea. How about 1 million bake sales raising the same size pie with 35% saving (24.85M) in overhead costs and spreading that 'magical feeling' around, and everyone who donates gets a cake? Works for me.Please do a follow up on the Clinton foundation, Red Cross and Haiti and how higher administrative costs would have improved the outcome for Haitians."Philanthropy is the market for love", seriously? I thought that was the red light district, just ask Oxfam.
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16 February 2018, 02:51
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16 February 2018, 02:51
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14 February 2018, 16:57
The problem isn't that charity bosses are paid too little (they are paid too MUCH), but that the private sector allows people to be paid too much too. Some people being paid too much (whether in for-profit or non-profit jobs) is WHY there IS NEED in the first place. A BAD distribution of resources. This guy is a moron.
8 February 2018, 04:36
6 February 2018, 09:16
Charity should be mandatory in big business.
19 January 2018, 01:43
Betty-the Kidney:_ being born disabled + becoming disabled thru negligence of another person Are entirely different notions financially, when I refer to "Certain Expectations".
15 January 2018, 12:08
Hat's off, wonderful speech!
14 January 2018, 17:27
Very thought provoking and overall I really appreciate Dan Pallotta’s thinking in this video.I have always thought about what a disadvantage charities are at when it comes to attracting the best talent based on limited compensation opportunities. But I never really thought about the other macro goal that Dan talks about which is the scale of the money charities can raise and put to work being a primary goal. I am almost embarrassed about that. Current thinking about charities really does hold them back from huge potential for delivering goodness to society. However, my quandary with this perspective lies in the huge potential for abuse. In the business world, you have to strike a balance and accountably produce results for your customers, employees and investors, or your business fails. So you have lots of market pressures or eyes on how you operate. While this three way balance is not 100% perfect for accountability, it has proven to be very good and stood the test of time. In a charitable world as Dan describes, employees probably act similar to the business world and stay committed to the cause as long as their personal situation is fair and they see organizational success, so that could be one accountability pillar. But the balance gets tipped over as the “customers” would likely be pretty silent as they really cannot vote by going elsewhere, and also investors being highly accountable to their stakeholders would be very skeptical and probably take an awful long time to ramp up. Government is not a viable potential balance force either in my opinion as too many of them are very inefficient or even corrupt. An African charity which I helped raise a lot of money for, and the Haitian government are just a couple of thousands of examples.For Dan’s vision to become a reality at least one or hopefully two more market accountability forces in addition to employees would need to be brought into play. I am not sure what they would be at the moment. Hopefully others have some good ideas on this.
4 January 2018, 16:49
Totally changed what I think about charity fundraising!!! Thank you, Ted.
4 January 2018, 13:27
would be no need of charity, if this 3rd rock from the sun was "funking" 👍
3 January 2018, 14:22
Thank you very much for this amazing eye opener. It has inspired me to try to create a new "business/charity" model (25 years of experience in finance) in Switzerland where the laws are favorable for charity organisations. If it becomes alive I will definitely let you know and explain it to you, if you are interested of course.
28 December 2017, 02:09
Its a bit confusing. I stopped donating for big charities when I learned that their CEOs were earning millions of $$$. Unlike corporations, charities are not taxed.
18 December 2017, 04:01
Charities organizations are naught but professional beggers! There is no such things a free lunch! Jobs, tech solutions, researchs, investments... No charities! Ever! Not even leftover food!
Anime Lovers in Jordan
27 November 2017, 16:09
23 November 2017, 05:25
Great talk !!! Very educational! Love it !
21 November 2017, 04:29
please help the cause, even if you just read the story it'll be greatly appreciated :) https://www.gofundme.com/theHOPEforAhome
21 November 2017, 03:55
Please help the cause https://www.gofundme.com/theHOPEforAhome
19 November 2017, 07:45
I know a director of a charity that makes 750K a year. What is this idiot talking about?
17 November 2017, 16:44
A great Ted talk and I agree some changes do need to be made in the charitable sector and the way society thinks about charitable donating.
14 November 2017, 06:43
This is a very frustrating comment section. I encourage everyone to watch it again, because his point here felt very a-political and seemed to have lots of logic. For anyone saying that they would be upset if CEOs of non-profits were being payed large wages, you entirely missed the point of the video. He addresses this point very well! haha idk I trust the private sector to effectively solve problems more than I would some random department of government. With the private social entrepreneur groups they could be heavily financially incentivized and be more likely to want to solve the problem! Maybe I'm naive or off base, but I like what he's sayin here
8 November 2017, 17:07
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6 November 2017, 17:40
This is a fantastic TED talk - accurate and really inspiring.
3 November 2017, 23:31
highly manipulative coming not from an expert. He talks about previous growth and on the other hand presents social problems as stagnant, what social/medical/other change did your growth achieve? the sad truth is that no organisation is motivated to actually solve problems, the ngos are making money as long as the 'cause' exists. People that donate money, are interested not in your growth and not in potential world peace promises, they want you to be humble, they want you to channel most of the money donated directly to what it was given for. And the way he is trying to make the audience guilty for all the people that lost their jobs.... hilarious
31 October 2017, 18:09
It's weird to me you want to emulate the for-profit sector which is the source of problems the charities are trying to fix. If the for-profit sector wasn't BS you wouldn't need charities cleaning up its mess constantly.
31 October 2017, 01:55
26 October 2017, 15:54
Two problems with charity orginisations for Africa:a) Most people, as you say, only donate because they FEEL PITY and want to make themselves feel betterb) These orginisations are directly responsible for:- Destroying the local infrasctructure by making it impossible for local farmers to make profit- Directly causing overpopulation, currently the african birth rate is 10 children per family- This causes starving children, because there is not enough food imported, and at the same time the importet food destroyed the local infrastructure- Massive overpopulation leads to starvation and therefore refugees fleeing the country, bringing unrest and diseases into other countries(as we see in europe atm)Conclusion: If you took the propaganda FEELINGS-pill from all the starving kids ads and donate to a charity organisation which intervenes in africa, you are simply dumb and should rethink before acting like a self centered fool.
2 October 2017, 12:25
You want to fix the world? Fix yourself and stop avoiding yourself be giving $ charity scams
27 September 2017, 07:07
This is just what I needed to hear and see.Dan, thanks for inspire us to dream and for show us a way to support those dreams.Blessings.