Of the Boys and Girls Club and Exquisite BBQ Grub
Q: Thanks for joining me today! What is the unique shopping story you’d like to share?
A: OK. So near the end of Summer, my brother (in the picture above) invited me and my children to celebrate his birthday party with him where he works, which is the Boys and Girls Club in Washington DC.
We had a great time — swimming in the pool, and my brother was using his grill for the first time. It’s a smaller grill but still — he grilled some absolutely delicious sausages, hamburger,s and hot dogs.
We brought him som epresents and my sister was there, with her two kids, and my mother was also visiting us from Colorado at the time and she attended with my niece — who was also visiting from Colorado.
The icing on the cake was the german chocolate cake and ice cream the adults shared with the kids and each other, after the BBQ. Let me send you a quick pic of what that all looked like.
Q: That does look delicious! Thank you for sharing that experience with me. Can you tell me if you were able to use Homemaide and buy the food so your brother and your kids’ uncle could swim in the pool with you, would you do that?
A: Uh…probably not. He worked as a chef at Bennigan’s much earlier in his career and he really is a great chef. He wanted to prepare the meal for us and it would have been kind of wierd or awkward for us to say: Let us get the food or let us pay you for fixing the meal.
Q: That makes sense. Thank you. If you were able to use Homemaide to donate to that branch of the Boys and Girls Club — since it sounds like you had a really great time there and it sounds like your brother has worked there for a long time — would you?
A: Definitely! I would. Just because when we do donate (and your readers can donate here) there are like over 30 different text and data fields that we have to fill out. Like if I coudl just buy a few t-shirts for my kids that have the Boys and Girls Club of DC logo on them and donate part of that to the club where my brother works, that would be great! I really don’t have the time to fil out like 30 different data fields.
Q: OK. Thanks. It looks like they use a service called DonorPerfect which I hope has a higher success rate than crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter, IndieGogo, and GoFundMe which have an average failure rate of 65%.
THE BOTTOM LINE:
HOMEMAIDE helps you sell your style and buy the things that make you smile, seamlessly.
If you’re at your brother’s or your friend’s birthday party and you want to donate to a Cause they care about, you can do that using Homemaide — for a much lesser fee than all the other crowdfunding sites, and you can donate directy to people (P2P), so you don’t have to pick a registered 501c3 liek Amazon Smile requires you to do.
If you are looking at your friends updates on social media and you see one of them was fasting (for spiritual reasons, or for political reasons — like a hunger strike), you could use Homemaide to donate to their cause.
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 yoru 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.