Of Crowdfunding and Chicken-In-A-Biscuit

Of Crowdfunding and Chicken-In-A-Biscuit

Aug 21, 2019 · 3 min read
Here at Homemaide we’ve written about crowdfunding before — it’s goods, it’s bads, peaks, and troughs and to be clear — it has helped millions of people contribute to Causes, charities, people, and purposes they care about and want to support.

Amazon Smile — the company’s attempt to let purchasers donate 0.5% of qualified purchases to qualified, registered 501(c)(3) charities. We’ve looked at the list of charities there and there are some big names but it’s not very long of a list. We also can’t help but ask — what if we want to donate to a person and skip the multiple layers of administrative employees at the charities? What if we wanted to donate using cryptocurrency? What if we wanted to donate to a Cause or charity or person some of our friends or relatives will not support or might become upset about?

In 2018, Kayla Matthews ( https://twitter.com/kaylaematthews) at Born2invest.com wrote an excellent article that provides some of the best crypto-crowdfunding platforms that we highly recommend:

“6 crypto crowdfunding platforms you need to know about


Now, when my younger sister moved to Canada where her husband, a brilliant architect, was offered a senior position with a global firm — it took some getting used to, for me at least.

Since postage rates in Canada are expensive since, as the Arrogant Worms sing — Canada’s Really Big (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhiDILWFXBE) — I asked my sister what she might like as a birthday gift. She told me, without hesitation, Chicken In A Biscuit! The delicious snakc I could eat an entire box of in one sitting, without missing a beat, back in high school. Apparently Canada doesn’t have too many of these, in addition to the difference in Oreos’ sold in the US and Oreo’s sold in Canada (we’ll write about this later today).


HOMEMAIDE helps you sell your style and buy the things that make you smile, seamlessly.

If you’re looking at your friends updates on social media and you see one of them was sore from a recent Triathlon, or from hosting a baby shower, you could use Homemaide to buy and send them some Chicken in a Biscuit, or you could donate to a Cause or charity or person you care about.

You could also use Homemaide to purchase and have delivered to their place one of their favorite foods.

If that food was prepared by another one of your friends, that person would also earn a commission from Homemaide!

If they bought real estate near the body of water you crossed on the fairy or rented an Airbnb place near the spot where you were when you posted your update to social media — YOU’d earn a commission off of that purchase. If they bought any item from the pictures you uploaded, you’d earn money. That’s the magic of Homemaide.

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