We all often see various advertisements of organizations involved in helping people with disabilities, orphans and animals. On the streets, promoters handed out leaflets calling for help to tidy up the dying nature, in the subway cars posters with the texts “Let’s save children with rare diseases” flicker. It so happened in our society that most people do not trust charitable foundations or simply do not believe in their honest work.
We will not analyze why such stereotypes arose, although this is already obvious – there are really many scammers among such companies, so people simply don’t believe in them. We have already written about how charitable foundations are created. Today we’ll talk about how they earn. After all, such organizations are also business, although it bears the title of “non-commercial activity”. Continue reading