Pairing those in #need
with those who can #help.

Moral need

Good people want to good things, but we also want our actions to be used most efficiently. When we see someone...

Analog meets digital

Poverty is an analog problem, but our world is slowly approaching an age where there's a separation between real and reality...

material need

If someone is in an impoverished position, their #need coefficient is positive. We may not agree on a solution, but we can...​

Different perspective

By God's Grace and mercy, I've been gifted with an opportunity to see the Ecosystem of Poverty from a different perspective, one...

Joining with you wherever you are within the Ecosystem of Poverty

Each and every one of us exists somewhere within this shared space of existence. We all have that something someone needs, and there’s someone else out there willing to help bridge that gap. (It’s not just Spiritual.)

Material Need

Those who need #help

  • Homeless
  • Hungry
  • Hurting
  • Unemployed

Local Lighthouses

Built by people like you

  • Homeless Shelters
  • Food Pantries
  • Missionaries
  • Community Pillars

Moral
Need

Those who want to #help

  • Compassionate
  • Benevolent
  • Selfless
  • Servant's Heart

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#Help’s mission is to equip those in need with those who can help, regardless of their position within the Ecosystem of Poverty.

The Ecosystem of Poverty is the environment that each and every person exists within: those who #need, those who #have, and those who want to #help.

At first glance, people have said, “Those who have and have not? Kinda sounds socialist…” and I agree. It sounds socialist, but I’m just using these descriptors as empirically as possible. There are those who have the ability to provide for themselves. There are also those who are living on the street, unable to provide even the most basic elements of survival.

Then there are people like you and me: people who want to #help through utilizing the Digital Missionary Reporting System or #DMRS for short.

The Digital Missionary Reporting System is 1 part digital, 1 part organic, #need reporting system. The #DMRS allows for complete #need communication between those in need and those who want to #help within the Ecosystem of Poverty.

I’m glad you asked! Simply speaking? It’s complicated. I’m currently building this website to explain the theory while equipping the local lighthouses within the communities around me with the tools in order to increase their outreach potential. Like the Facebook Page for weekly updates starting Nov 1st, 2019. 

This is a work in progress by one Christ loving, anxiety ridden human being.
Be patient, I’m working on it.