Giving fifty percent of profits to charity, is something I woke up thinking about this morning.
So I googled it, to find out if it already existed, and it did.
As some of you may know, I run a small business, but am also a part time teacher.
This year I have become increasingly interested in the United Nations SDG4 goal of providing every child in the world with what is termed ‘Quality Education’.
Quality Education is the official term used for SDG4 (Sustainable Development Goal 4).
Unfortunately the there is a need for this goal in 2023.
Unfortunately we as a world are not currently on track to meet the SDG4 target of goal achievement by 2030.
So what has this got to do with giving away fifty percent of profits?
Well just visualise and imagine for a moment, a world where all businesses voluntarily did this.
Imagine the impact on the world, both in your local community and in developing countries.
In your local community, there could be a flourishing of arts, sports and mental health, as local charities and groups receive cash boosts.
On the world level, successful businesses from wealthy countries, could benefit would-be entrepreneurs in developing countries, by providing much needed micro-finance.
Accessing this micro-finance could be done via an online website, powered by a newly expanded Internet, using LEO Satellites.
An expanded Internet, that reaches all remote corners of the earth.
A secondhand smartphone is potentially all that is required.
Giving fifty percent of profits to charity is something I am considering now.