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GlobalGiving: Karmirhath. By: Orion Fan Alexander Forney Michael Lin David Nguyen Ryan Shahid Kevin Shin. What is GlobalGiving?.

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GlobalGiving: Karmirhath

By: Orion Fan

Alexander Forney

Michael Lin

David Nguyen

Ryan Shahid

Kevin Shin


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What is GlobalGiving?

  • GlobalGiving is a Non-Profit Organization that lets people start organizations and programs that help all over the world. We are supporting Karmirhath, a program that helps the third world country Bangladesh.

  • The program provides eye surgery, medication, and wheelchairs to the blind, immobile and sick people in different districts


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Who does it benefit?

Kamirhath benefits poor villagers in Bangladesh who need eye surgery and/or wheelchairs. They also provide medications for the ill.


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Organization of our project

  • Organized several bake sales in order to raise money for Kamirhath

  • Goal was to raise $250

  • Location and good food were important factors for our success


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Karmirhath’s Donation Values

  • $10 gives free medicine plus free tests

  • $30 grants a patient a free Intra Ocular Lens

  • $40 screens 50 cataract patients

  • $70 provides a patient with free surgery, Intra Ocular Lens, plus free medicines


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Location

  • Grocery stores, our first choice, denied our request, due to the fact that we would compete with their business

  • Local parks did not comprise of enough customers to have a profitable sale

  • The best choice was school


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  • Because school was our location of choice, flyers would not needed

  • Advertisement was by the main office announcing it during RAD

  • Bulletins provided by the main office were also used for advertisement


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Foods

  • Tasty foods that customers would enjoy were made. Sugary snacks and beverages were sold

  • Cookies, Brownies, Cupcakes, Snicker doodles, Gatorade, and Soda were sold


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How do we get all the food?

  • With the large variety of food, we needed a way to split up the task of making and buying the food and ingredients

  • We decided to distribute the duty of making the assortment of baked goods into divisions

  • We also decided to make all of our goods instead of purchasing them


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1st Bake Sale

  • Our first bake sale was mostly a test to see how much money we could raise

  • All goods were sold for a fairly inexpensive price, ranging from 25 cents to 1 dollar

  • The low prices attracted little revenue, but several customers that would continue to show support for our cause


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2nd Bake Sale

  • Our second bake sale produced more income because we raised the prices by a noticeable amount

  • Prices ranged from 50 cents to $1.25

  • Customers from the previous bake sale welcomed our return

  • This bake sale produced the most profit


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3rd Bake Sale

  • Our prices were identical to the previous bake sale

  • Only few of the previous costumers returned, due to the Reno Jazz Festival trip that unfortunately departed on the same day

  • Was still a rousing success and profits were abundant


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Goals Reached

  • Our Goal was to make $250, which was successfully done

  • Our first bake sale raised about $70

  • The second time we gained about $130

  • Our last bake sale achieved about $100

  • This totaled our donations to $300


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Conclusion

  • The project was a great experience

  • Small task created big impact

  • Learned the true meaning of what it mean to give back


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