How HelpStone works | HelpStone.org
How HelpStone works
Our ultimate goal is to bring philanthropy into everyday life by being the only organisation around the globe that connects the virtual world with the real world. We believe that in this way we can achieve the most positive, possible outcome, as well as become more successful in helping make the world a better place.
HelpStone has made it its mission to help people in need all around the world, and to support education, the environment, endangered species, science, culture, sport, the arts, as well as every credible non-profit project. Our goal is to showcase these essential good deeds with the help of kind-hearted merchants, and by placing HelpStone stones on the wrists of sympathetic people. By wearing the HelpStone we will be more aware of our good deeds. A symbol of the actual deed becomes our jewel, and it simultaneously helps promote the project itself. HelpStone is a completely new and original way of promoting the act of helping those in need. Each and every HelpStone has an original stamp that corresponds to the specific project that you donated to, and at HelpStone.org you can follow the project’s continual development, as well as how your contribution is making a difference. Hundreds of ambassadors from all around the world, with years of experience in charity work, helped to create the vision and craft the subsequent system. HelpStone is a catalyst for helping people in need. It gives the actual project, or the individual, support without any unnecessary costs, due to the utilization of modern approaches and technologies. Our main purpose is to support others.
The HelpStone stones are produced in some of the least developed places around the world, and we are working with disabled people as a part of the fair-trade business. The completion and distribution of the stones are facilitated by the staff that are working in sheltered workbusinesses.
As the only crowdfunding platform in the world, HelpStone.org has established a program called "English with Empathy". This program involves schools from around the world and allows students to translate texts of HelpStone projects into their native language as part of their foreign language classes.
HelpStone is a non-profit organisation, therefore it does not generate any profit. 100 percent of the collected funds is used to support people in need.