Here at Share Goodness, we’ve based what we’re looking for on one simple idea: Time . Talent . Things
We’ve made it our priority that the act of sharing should benefit both those in need and those helping. Sharing should be something that our volunteers can feel personally connected with, and they should be able to see clearly where their efforts and contributions are going.
To facilitate this, we’ve decided to shy away from the donor model of traditional aid organisations. We don’t necessarily want people to contribute funds to a cause and then forget about it. We want our causes to mean just as much to contributors as they do to us.
By persons giving of their time, their talents and their possessions instead of monetary contributions, they might be more likely to feel personally invested in the cause they’re helping out with. This can go a long way in making the whole process more sustainable and enjoyable for all.