Many non-profits look for several ways to raise money. They solicit, advertise, offer membership, and stage special events. We have unique objectives we want to achieve. Basically we want to bring to the whole world a new awareness and concern about the need for universal peace and the ability to achieve it now. The world can no longer afford the cost and dangers that war and violence impose. Though many think war and violence will always be with us, the fact is these problems are created by man so human intervention can end them and every human being should try to do something about it.
Certainly it makes sense to offer our contributors, who care most about our objectives, an incentive and
compensation if they wish to solicit additional participants to our cause. Whether or not you are solicited, the amount
you donate is your decision. It should be what you can afford. Seems to us, you should respect and thank the solicitor
for bringing this to your attention and urging you to give to such a worthy cause. In this way, the whole world gains.
In fact, we even offer a very attractive bonus to both participants and sponsors who spend serious efforts on this and earn over $1,000 a year. They will receive a bonus equivalent to 50% payment of what the one they directly enrolled earns, if the enrollee also earns over $1,000 for the year. This offers tremendous leverage and a substantial income to those that want to most help us.
Some people mistakenly feel this bonus payment represents a multi-level or pyramid sales practice, but such impression is extremely far from the truth. The fact is that your revenue at all times is only derived from the persons you directly enroll and no one else. If the parties you enlist produce more and you produce more, you earn a bonus. Such principle is at the heart of most any enterprise. Those who produce more value are normally paid more. Certainly a car salesman who sells a high-priced automobile is normally paid more than if he sells a cheaper model. A real estate salesman who sells a mansion normally makes more than if he sells a shack, and the list goes on and on. We hope this explanation settles this question.