Giving Stuff Away

Can you make money giving stuff away? It can help.

If your business is computers, it might not work too well.

If your business is clothing, again, it might not work too well.

Even though not everybody has heard of Neways International, let’s use Neways as an example to see how it might work. If your business has products similar to the products of Neways, your business may also benefit from what I am proposing.

Let’s suppose you are an entrepreneur that thinks the Neways business plan is what you are looking for. You are an ambitious entrepreneur and find several hundred people that also like the Neways business plan.

Guess what? Even if your fellow entrepreneurs cannot use all of the Neways products, they can still make a lot of money.


People can make money by giving some products away, preferably to certain charitable organizations that want these products. People can set up auto-ship plans for the non-profits, and then separately buy things for their families.

Can your business flourish using this concept?

It isn't likely there will ever be a shortage of people and organizations that can use consumable products. And even if things get better economically, there will always be some way you can contribute something to some organization.

There’s another possible bonus, and it’s a nice bonus. If the organizations you donate to meet specific requirements, your donations may be used as a tax deduction. Only in America.

Is this a fool’s dream?

No, because I’ve done it with my Neways business, and I can show you how to do it in your Neways business.

Just follow the links and I will show you why this method of making money is safe, viable, and virtually rejection free.

Although I can provide some links of organizations to donate to, the following link is for you to check on your favorite or soon to be favorite charity. A list of agencies that accept in-kind donations is being compiled. In the mean time, check the link below for an agency that accepts in-kind donations.

A lifetime quote . . . . .

"Most people today still have to learn that they cannot get
something for nothing, but must give before receiving or must sow before reaping. When they do not give or sow in terms of prosperity, they make no contact with God's lavish abundance, and so there is no channel formed through which the rich, unlimited substance of the universe can pour forth its riches to them." -- Catherine Ponder

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

My Visit to St. Labre

One of the charities I donate money and in-kind products to is the St. Labre Indian School in Ashland, Montana.

I made a personal visit on August 29, 2007 to see for myself what the school was all about.

I don't know what I was expecting, but I was quite surprised. I was surprised to see the grounds and buildings well maintained. I was also surprised at how courteous and gracious the people were.

I was introduced to one of the people in charge, and I asked if my in-kind donations were being sold. "No!" "We use almost everything, and much, if not all, goes to the children."

I was relieved, because I came with more in-kind products for the kids. I gave my hostess some more of the Neways products I use and hope the kids will benefit from. So far, all they need at this time is toothpaste, shampoo and conditioner and lots of it.

Because there are so many kids in need, there is no way I can possibly meet all of their needs. I would love to have you join me in making contributions to St. Labre and other organizations.