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Miami, FL (PRWEB) March 01, 2012
Helpcup, a new social media platform connecting charitable organizations and individuals in need, now requires all members in receipt of charitable donations to take a career aptitude test prior to receiving funds. By doing so, Helpcup aims to encourage its members to get jobs of their own, in fields they may not have previously considered, to help them improve their current financial situation.
From now on, when members of Helpcup make a financial request, they will be notified of their requirement to take a career aptitude test prior to receiving any donations. Through this new policy, Helpcup wants to show donors that its goal is not to give away money freely. Instead, Helpcup wants to give struggling individuals the tools to get a job, manage their finances and, ultimately, improve their quality of life. Helpcup understands that many of its members want to find a job, but don’t know what to do or where to find it. As a result, after members take their career aptitude test, Helpcup will give members access to various job placement links to help them gain control of their life.
Helpcup is an easy, cost-effective social-networking tool that gives members a platform to give, or receive, charitable aid. As a donor, members can search for specific charitable organizations, types of charity or struggling individuals all over the United States that can benefit from their generosity. Through helpcup.org, donors can offer professional services or make a secure donation to a specific company or individual. As a result of their generosity, donors benefit from free advertising on helpcup.org, and may qualify for a tax-deduction for them or their business.*
Helpcup is an easy, cost-effective social-networking tool that gives members a platform to give, or receive, charitable aid. As a potential recipient, members have the opportunity to create posts explaining their situation and how a donor could help them. Through Helpcup cannot guarantee help will be provide, it promises to put you in contact with companies and individuals best-suited to assist your situation. Should you receive help on http://www.helpcup.org, Helpcup also encourages—but does not require—members to “pay it forward,” and possibly show others the same generosity that was once provided to them. In order to maintain the integrity of Helpcup, and prevent the misuse of our donors’ generosity, Helpcup asks that all potential recipients are honest when posting a request for assistance. If their request for help is monetary, they will also be asked to fill out a benevolent application for assistance before receiving any donations.
*Please consult with your tax advisor before claiming a donation with the IRS. Not all donations are tax-deductible.