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FANTASY FOOTBALL FILANTROPY

 
Chari'zing  Fantasy  Football  
  Over  30  million  people  worldwide  play  fantasy  
football  
  Promotes  camaraderie  and  fraternity  
  An  inclusive  game  with  growing  numbers  of  female  
participants  and  various  age  groups  
  Has  spawned  participation  in    
 fantasy  leagues  for  other  sports,    
 including  the  NBA,  NASCAR,    
 and  the  NHL  
How  to  Mone'ze  and  Connect  FF  
Par'cipants  
  Current  league  set-­‐ups  may  ask  for  an  entry-­‐fee  to  be  
awarded  to  the  winner  (s)  of  the  league  
  Despite  this,  the  satisfaction  from  week-­‐to-­‐week  and  
overall  remains  largely  intrinsic.  
  Persuading  leagues  to  sponsor  a  cause  would  keep  the  
competitive  spirit  that  unites  people  but  also  give  
them  an  extra  cause  to  compete  aside    
The  Gameplan  
  League  champions  will  co-­‐sponsor  the  league’s  
donation  to  the  agreed-­‐upon  (and  verified)  charity.    
  Depending  on  the  geographic  concentration  of  
players  and  cost  consideration,  we  would  like  to  
reward  winners  with  informal  parties  where  they  
would  meet  other  winners  and  charity  
representatives/donation  recipients  
Food  Stuff  Redistribu'on  to  Those  
In  Need  
  Relies  on  strong  connections  to  restaurants  that  have  
extra  edible  food  
  Will  work  with  these  participants  to  develop  systems  
to  vet,  repackage,  and  redistribute    extra  food  stuffs  
  Also  partner  with  end  value  chain  distributors  like  
local  soup  kitchens  to  ensure  donations  are  
democratically  delivered  by  need  and  circumstance  
Philadelphia  Restaurants  

Collect  food    (use  Ford  cargo  


vans)  

Dispatch  to  freezer   Tax  benefit  


warehouse  

Shift  food  stuff  to  plastic   SOCIAL  INVESTMENT:  


barrel  containers.  Label  and   Responsibility  to  
categorize  according  to  food   maintain  extra  hygiene  
type  (vegetable,  meats,   in  food  preparation  in  
fruits)     order  to  enable  food  
preservation  for  longer  
period  of  time  
Maintain  daily  log  of  food  
brought  in  

Maintain  relationships  wih    


NPOs  in  Africa  

Ship  the  frozen  food  to  the  


NPOs  on  regular  basis  
Breakdown  
Pros   Cons  
  Fills  a  large  hunger  and  
  Navigating  the  regulatory  
coordination  void  in  the  
landscape  and  mitigating  
Phila.  area  
risks  
  Properly  executed,  it  is  
  Managing  overhead/
immediately  scalable  
operational  costs  
  Positive  press/reputation  
  Obtaining  tax  receipts  to  
builder  for  restaurants  
influence  restaurants  to  
  Tax  advantage  to  restaurants   participate  
Alumni  Event  Coordina'on  for  
Charity  
  Gives  formal  attention  to  a  growing  discretionary  
activity  for  HS  &  College  graduates  
  Leverages  Facebook  and  LinkedIn  groups  into  
arranging  events  of  different  sizes  towards  charitable  
donations  
  Targeting  everything  from  basketball  games  and  
softball  games  to  debate  club  and  theatre/play  groups  
Commercial  Space  Sharing  for  
NFP’s  
  Combining  financial  advise  and  social  networking  
  Takes  monthly  rent/mortgage  payments  and  links  you  
to  other  nearby  Not  For  Profits  with  similar  profiles  
  Uses  local  real  estate,  rent,  and  spacing  figures  in  an  
algorithm  to  produce  commercial  spacing  solutions  to  
minimize    operating  costs  
  This  can  become  a  jumping  off  point  for  capital  
campaigns  and  more  clarity  in  asking  donors  for  
money  
Do-­‐Na'on!  
  This  is  a  Social  Networking  add-­‐on  game  that  makes  
you  the  head  of  a  nation  in  charge  of  their  budget.  
Donation  amounts  are  to  random  charities  based  on  
the  spin  of  a  wheel.  
  The  novelty  is  that  they  are  obscure,  but  real  charitable  
organizations.  
  Results  will  be  eligible  to  be  posted  to  participant’s  
facebook  walls  
  Opportunistic  and  engaging,  but  provides  room  to  
teach  real  fundamentals  in  charity    giving  
Local  Literacy  Compe''ons  
  A  combination  of  book  club,  debate,  and  scholastic  
competition  
  Uses  a  number  of  different  entrance  fee  (all  nominal),  
corporate  sponsors,  and  government  support  to  host  
local  events  
  Designed  to  stimulate  independent  thought  and  
encourage  reading  and  critical  thinking  
  Community  locations  central  to  learning  and  social  
relevance  will  be  chosen  to  host  events