How It Works

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PDO Charitable Transaction Methodology Examples:

Nurse Betty

Step 1:
Opens PDO Donor "Support Account" with a $50 tax deductible donation.

Step 2:
Uses the PDO "Child Finder" function to locate a child currently living in poverty.

Step 3:
Selects a child from the "Child Finder" search results.

Step 4:
Surveys the childs needs, then selects "Shoes" and "$50" from PDO Social Services & Products Shopping Cart.

Step 5:
Clicks "Donate to Child" to complete donation transaction.

Chris Webber

Step 1:
Opens PDO Donor
"Support Account"

with a
$1 Million tax deductible donation.

 
Step 2:
Selects "V-dopt
Location" from PDO
Donor Homepage.
 
 
 
 
Step 3:
Then selects "V-dopt
Detroit"

 

 
Step 4:
Selects "Good Deeds"
and enters the desired
dollar value

 

 
 
 
Step 5:
Clicks "Donate to Child"
to complete donation
transaction.

 

Bill Gates

Step 1:
Opens PDO Donor
"Support Account" with a
$1 Billion tax
deductible donation.
 

Step 2:
Selects "V-dopt
Location" from PDO
Donor Homepage.
 

 
 
Step 3:
Selects "V-dopt the
Nation"
 
 
 
Step 4:
Selects "Groceries", "Once", & "100" from PDO Social Services & Products Shopping Cart.
 
 
 
Step 5:
Clicks "Donate to Child" to complete donation transaction.

 

stuff

Impact:
The guardian of an individual impoverished child receives a $50 e-Gift Certificate, only redeemable for a pair of shoes ($50 or less in value)

Impact:
Until the balance of Chris Webber's "Support Account" reaches $0, all families in the Detroit area with poor children can commit "Good Deeds" (financially subsidized volunteerism) to earn their way out of poverty.

Impact:
The guardians of 13 million POOR CHILDREN each receive an $100 e-GIFT CERTIFICATE that can only be used to purchase food within 10 MINUTES.