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The way we think about charity is dead wrong | Dan Pallotta
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20 February 2019, 05:36
Anyone recommend any feel-good charity videos?
6 February 2019, 00:53
Excellent talk. A lot of points in there about how we perhaps rethink how charity works.I am not without my reservations though, with my biggest one being the proportion spent on overheads: When a charity gets a donation from someone, it generally comes at the expense of a donation to another charity. So if you are going to increase the proportion you spend on overheads, and take donations away from charities with smaller overheads, then you should ensure that you are either inspiring new generosity where there was none before, or working that money harder to provide more results per dollar, so as to offset the loss to other charities. Not impossible, but I think important to consider.
31 January 2019, 03:58
Hands down the best TED talk I’ve seen thus far
30 January 2019, 16:58
This is one of my lovable TED talks of all time.
15 January 2019, 21:10
80% of the people in these comments missed the point. Bottom line: Nonprofits are limited in its effectiveness because systems are not set up to allow nonprofits to reinvest or compete for talent.
3 January 2019, 22:50
Let's put our money towards nonprofit organizations. For a greater purpose of loving humanitarian sakes. Your donations makes a differences. Live a life full of purpose, love and lights.😁👍I’d rather see a bigger nonprofit organizations then the other way around.😁 Thank you Ted.
22 December 2018, 18:37
19 December 2018, 22:41
This talk completely missed the truth. Normal people don't give to charity because they don't have money to give to charity due to capitalist jerks like this one exploiting them so heavily by paying them so much less than their work is worth so they can profit off of the sweat of others. Normal people are struggling just to keep bills paid and are giving most of their money to necessities--the prices of which have been jacked up by the out-of-control government and "federal" reserve devaluing the currency and causing inflation while their wages don't go up commensurate with that inflation. This means that--even if the number of dollars they get paid went up a little--the actual buying power they receive from their jobs went down. Normal people--who might barely be able to spare something for a charity because of the shitheads stealing from them via low wages and the other shitheads stealing from them via the unconstitutional printing of our "money" by an international banking cartel called the "federal reserve" instead of by our congress--don't want any of that money going to people just like those shitheads. They want it going to the people they were actually trying to help. 70% overhead is too much. 30 or 40 percent of donations going to the actual cause is ridiculous. Finally, people who care enough to donate aren't doing it because of fucking advertising so a huge advertising budget doesn't actually make sense. If you want donations from normal people to go up--and that is where donations would mostly have to come from--then raise the wages of normal people to actual livable levels and stop robbing them of most of the value of their work just so some CEO can make several hundred million a year.
Robert St. Estephe
9 December 2018, 16:41
There not just two sectors: Market; Non-profit; Government. Non-profits in NYC are packed with people who are dedicated to Process and are against productivity, truth-telling, imaginative problem-solving, and thinking in general.
9 December 2018, 14:34
7 December 2018, 03:23
We discuss what charities are good and which one's aren't and how to make an educated decision on this weeks episode of, Pody Mouths : https://podymouths.podbean.com/mf/play/95ngn2/Episode_9_-_Tis_The_Season_To_Give.mp3
4 December 2018, 05:01
Calvinism will be the fall of America.
1 December 2018, 07:53
This is SO sad. Yes, it makes huge sense in our current mutational form of capitalism (which is only a form/bandwidth of consciousness concerning collectively-attributed "value" to things and to time)...but it completely skirts the enormous "elephant" crowding the room, which is capitalism itself, which is relentlessly commodifying EVERYTHING, now including generosity and lovingkindness. In the same way as our current president, who experiences politics as a mere series of deals to "win" at, while somebody else has to "lose." The minute we make CONSCIENCE (Intellect+EMOTIONAL consciousness) a commodity we label ourselves permanent adolescents who refuse to grow up ("Oh, the Market will make everything okay"--i.e., Mommy and Daddy will save us when we drive stoned and crash the car.). So this nice smart talk is just symptomatic of our collective hypnotic state IMO, while the REAL problem to solve--which needs much smarter minds--is how can we make ourselves into a truly sustainable species in which we ALL get to live decently if we put in a day's work...
22 November 2018, 12:33
Hello guys! Did you know that actiTIME is helping dozens of nonprofits around the world to manage time, projects and volunteers in the most efficient way? Check it out: https://www.actitime.com/nonprofit-time-tracking
20 November 2018, 04:13
I am in road safety, if motorists failed to pay their parking fines or had a conviction, for speeding, would this be likely to be refused?
BW Unlimited Charity Fundraising
18 November 2018, 19:33
This single video changed our way of thinking. The problem today is that charities act in a way that is completely counterproductive to their growth and especially their fundraising activities.
14 November 2018, 21:31
Charity Starts At Home Just donate directly..and CUT out the greedy management/administration.
13 November 2018, 11:26
I think he makes some great points but it assumes capitalism isn't problematic in the first place and can easily be applied to the charitable sector. For example, should any CEO be paid millions annually when it's workers (who put in 40 hours of hard work a week or more) are living hand to mouth? I suppose we expect that the CEO of a charity will show good standards.
6 November 2018, 10:05
When you start talking about "Overhead", I got it. It takes money to run any organization.But when you google the 1000 worst charities in america, they all use 99% to 100% of the donations received for "overhead".They justify this by claiming their mission is to bring "awareness" to the issue, and not actually rectify it.You've got to get almost 10,000 charities into the list before it breaks the 50/50 point between overhead to actual dispersion of money and materials.
3 November 2018, 01:44
Isn't this the CSI guy?
29 October 2018, 16:20
All fundraising should be how to detox our planet as that is the reason we are ill. Pharmacy & vaccines are sabotage & disease promotion due in part to pollution. Cholesterol, osteoporosis, steroids, antibiotics, psych drugs all chemicals are inflammatory as all artificial.
29 October 2018, 12:01
This talk could have been titled "Why socialism never works" xD
23 October 2018, 17:10
His numbers couldn't be right . . .If they were the infrastructure would not be in such horrible shape ! ! !
22 October 2018, 20:48
Lost me at "I'm Gay."
19 October 2018, 17:28
16 October 2018, 02:01
Interesting. Here is a blog that is mostly about charity http://nicolashapiro.net
15 October 2018, 22:55
Ah shucks, this dude is trying talk to the face of GREED economics that hides behind a Jesus mask. His proposal is brave and novel in its appeal to GREED. At best GREED allows the slightly less greedy do something, but why take the risk when Economic Eugenics is so close to completing its mission.
Just DO it DO it Now
13 October 2018, 07:56
it is a beautiful thing! Congrats!
5 October 2018, 22:20
The way we think about charity is wrong because we don't actually understand the meaning of charity!!! Charity is every human beings duty and should be part of everyones daily life.No one should have to "ASK" for charity via fancy events and advertising. It should given daily (deeds, assistance, even a smile, money, goods etc) good deeds should not be boasted about, they should be done solely to obey and please our Creator and distributed and managed by 100% volunteers to the needy. An excellent example is The Edhi Foundation. Proof it can be done without overheads.
5 October 2018, 04:14
Leadership in non profit, it's relevance and impact.
5 October 2018, 04:10
Another great piece.
26 September 2018, 04:14
If a charity spends 80% of the money on overhead in the first half of the year and brings in 10 times more money in the second half, wouldn't the overhead be lower than 10%? This guy here is probably trying to deceive us by encouraging us to not looking at the overhead. Because if it really brings in the money, the overhead would be relatively low due to the huge influx of donation money.
19 September 2018, 03:06
Practical ideas. What organizations are working on developing these ideas?
18 September 2018, 08:33
Here is an article about the personal benefits of charity http://nicolashapiro.net/2018/08/personal-benefits-of-charity
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4 September 2018, 05:04
CHARITY BRINGS VANITY REALTY BRINGS INSANITY
2 September 2018, 01:27
A charity is a business. We evaluate a business by its profit. That profit comes from strategic marketing and efficient distribution and low operational costs. But it also depends largely on producing quality goods and services. That guy who earns $50 million from a video game wouldn't make squat if that game didn't work or if he couldn't get it to market. I can't speak to Mr Pallotta's charities as I have never heard of either of them. But, I just binged watched several videos about the failed relief efforts in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake despite $1.4 billion in aid through charity. The larger charities were inefficient and ineffective. Several videos showed how the workers had expensive meals, lodging and cars while a year after the earthquake, tens of thousands of Haitians were still without clean water and restrooms. Show me that your charity is efficient. Show me that it is effective. Show me results! Do that and I'll show you my donation dollars.
29 August 2018, 08:43
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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, 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...