Good people want to do as much good as possible

If you think about it, it’s true. Good people want to do good. Makes sense, right?  Consider also that it’s true that good people want to make sure that their benevolent act stays good. What if were possible to carry out this goal while giving to someone holding a cardboard sign? 


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

meets #digital

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

Different Perspectives

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

How do we know
they're legit?

Across every single worldview I’ve encountered, between religious ideologies and societal rebels, I’ve noticed a commonality between everyone’s answer to the question we all ask ourselves before we act in a benevolent way:

Dangerous misconceptions.

We all have them; myself included. Since we don’t know what someone might do with our benevolent gift, we’re less likely to give to some stranger on the street. Due to our overgeneralized misconceptions about the majority of the homeless population, we’re less likely to give at a 1:1 blessing/burden ratio.

Leading us to a
benevolent breakdown

Currently the Ecosystem of Poverty is plagued with businesses masquerading around as benevolent institutions. In some cases, over 70% of your donation goes to “administrative costs”–the cost of selfish compassion. No one person, place or thing is at fault with the current layout of the system. I believe if we understood the lifespan of a need request better than we do now, we’d be able to make a much bigger difference.

Within the three major tribes
within the Ecosystem of Poverty

Where do you fit in?

In #need

Are you or someone you know in need of #help with one or more of the elements of poverty?

Can #help

Are you in a position to make a difference in your community or are you already doing so? #Help offers homeless shelters and food pantries ways to increase the efficiency of their limited resources. Based on fundamentally free technologies, the #DMRS allows for more drive by blessings, equipping both benevolent individuals and people in need with new tools to communicate across the Ecosystem of Poverty.

Want to make a difference

Want to make a difference but don't know where to start? You've already read a bit of the website to get this far, why not send me a message off my contact form so that I might be able to answer any questions you might have about the implementation of these tools within your benevolent community.