Fredericksburg, VA (PressExposure) January 28, 2011 -- The Poverty Fighters are raising money for charities, they are helping people making money from home and they are putting together what they are calling "Road To End Poverty Tour"
So would you call them a home based business, a charity, or both?
Some are calling them a charity because of how much they are focused on ending poverty. They actually have a really good plan to end poverty.
Have you ever heard the saying "If you give a man a fish he will eat for a day, But if you teach a man to fish he will eat for a lifetime"?
You could say the Poverty Fighters took that saying to hart because that is almost exactly what they plan on doing. Their "Road To End Poverty Tour" is going to travel the world teaching those in poverty how to make money with no money, they are going to also teach and help those in poverty how to build their very own successful businesses.
They are also giving at least $2 from every paying member that joins them to charity and they are on track to hit 250,000 members in their first year in business, that means they will have raised $500,000 USD to give to charities in their first year in business.
So looking at these two aspects of the Poverty Fighters you could say they are a charity.
But if you look at them from the home based business side of things we see something really creative that no other home based business or work from home opportunity would dream of doing. The Poverty Fighters are giving away free level 8 positions and all the tools you will need to succeed online.
But the one thing that the Poverty Fighters are doing that no other home based business is doing is they give you everything you need to be successful without even asking for any money up front. They don't ask you to leave any kind of payment information they don't even ask for your name!
They have so much faith in what they are doing and in their members that they say try everything and if you really like the program and want to help make a difference then make a small one time investment.
But if you decide you don't like the program and everything they give you, then you don't have to pay anything and they let you keep everything.
So how is this working out for them, are people actually paying?
They say about 95% of their members are paying members and as mentioned earlier they are on track to hitting 250,000 members in their first year in business.
So what are the Poverty Fighters a home based business, a charity or both?
You will have to make the call for yourself.