Lesson One – Getting Registered

  • Lesson One – Getting Registered

  • Graham Soper

    21 April 2021 at 9:36 am
    120 Fundraising Credits
    100 Wisdom Points


    1. Register On The Website.

    If you want to join The Wisdom Trust and start making a difference in your own community and all over the world, the first step is to register on the website.

    It’s quick, easy and completely free of charge for both individuals and organisations to register with The Wisdom Trust and all you’ll need is a valid email address (Organisations will need to provide a few details about themselves as well – organisations are bodies such as charities, good causes and any other not-for-profit initiatives, including corporate foundations and charity funds).

    2. Votes, Credits & Grants Funds.

    Individuals can join and then, as registered members, they’ll be able to vote to decide which of our registered organisations get a share of our quarterly Donations Fund. This fund is equal to 50% of our income over those three months and the more votes a charity gets over that period, the bigger share of the Donations Fund it will receive.

    They’ll also be able to earn Credits by using the website and these will help their chosen charity or good cause get a share of our second and slightly smaller quarterly fund – the Credits Fund. This fund is equal to 35% of our income over the same three months and the more Credits accumulated by a charity or good cause and all its supporters over that period, the bigger share of the Credits Fund it will be allocated.

    For individual members, the Credits they earn will also all add a little bit extra to their own personal Wisdom Trust Grant fund which they’ll be able to use to help with the costs of environmental projects at home or in the office or to help cover the costs of higher education – as well as many other great benefits too.

    3. Complete Your Profile.

    Once you’re registered, complete your profile – add a photo and a cover picture which gives a clue to your interests and passions, choose a nickname/username and add your social media contact details too, if you wish. And then create a group about one of your main hobbies or interests.

    4. Charities & Good Causes.

    Charities, good causes and all other not-for-profit initiatives (including corporate charity foundations and funds) can join as organisational members. They’ll then be eligible for regular donations from The Wisdom Trust as described above and benefit from a host of other useful and valuable free support as well.

    Organisations should complete their profile by adding the name of the charity or good cause in the two nickname fields and uploading the charity logo to the profile picture and a cover picture which illustrates the main objectives of the organisation. Include details of your website, contact information and social media pages. Create a group for the charity or good cause where you can upload information and photos of your current campaigns, causes, activities and upcoming events, and host a forum about your work.

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