Frequently Asked Question

FAQs

What is crypto/cryptocurrency?

A cryptocurrency, also known as a cryptocurrency, crypto, or coin, is digital money that functions as a means of an exchange over a computer network and is not supported or maintained by any central authority, such as a government or bank. Crypto for the Homeless accepts donations and reimburses payments in any cryptocurrency or US currency.

Is this a legit charity?

In New Jersey, our organization is formally recognized as a non-profit organization (501c3). You may see the charity’s official IRS website here, or search for it using our EIN number 84-3578990.

What have volunteers done?

Crypto for the Homeless has been around for many years, and we have a lengthy record of prior expeditions and all activities written on our blog site (our initial website), and all information is also available on our official website https://cryptoforthehomeless.com/. We have specific categories to view our volunteer work over the years here https://cryptoforthehomeless.com/category/volunteers/

What is the donation to spending ratio?

No charity will have a one-to-one donation-to-spending ratio since it permits zero-room activities to be carried out over a lengthy period of time.

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Data Analysis Charts Available Online!

You may now examine the charts made for data analysis using Tableau online. The Books have also been updated with a separate sheet for this website.

Crypto For The Homeless is the name of this crowdsourcing initiative. This suggests that donations are gathered online and then used to pay for food, care packages, and other requirements for the homeless and underprivileged in a particular area of the world.

We maintain an open ledger, which we refer to as “The Books” of all donations and expenditures made to the organization in order to ensure transparency.


Q: What is crypto/cryptocurrency?

A cryptocurrency, also known as a cryptocurrency, crypto, or coin, is digital money that functions as a means of an exchange over a computer network and is not supported or maintained by any central authority, such as a government or bank. Crypto for the Homeless accepts donations and reimburses payments in any cryptocurrency or US money.

Q: What is Tableau (the application used for the charts)?

Tableau is a popular data visualization tool for corporate intelligence and data analysis.

Q: Where are these numbers coming from?

To ensure openness, we keep a public ledger of all donations and expenditures to the organization, which we call “The Books”. The Books are linked on our web pages, articles, and FAQ pages. It comes in the form of a Google Spreadsheet, which is hosted online. The statistics and information can be seen in the organization’s public ledger, which includes a history of all donations received over time.

Q: Is this a legit charity?

In New Jersey, our organization is formally recognized as a non-profit organization (501c3). You may see the charity’s official IRS website here, or search for it using our EIN number 84-3578990.

Q: What have volunteers done?

Crypto for the Homeless has been around for many years, and we have a lengthy record of prior expeditions and all activities written on our blog site (our initial website), and all information is also available on our official website https://cryptoforthehomeless.com/

We have specific categories to view our volunteer work over the years here https://cryptoforthehomeless.com/category/volunteers/

Q: What is the donation to spending ratio?

No charity will have a one-to-one donation-to-spending ratio since it permits zero-room activities to be carried out over a lengthy period of time.

Frequently Asked Question

FAQs

What is crypto/cryptocurrency?

A cryptocurrency, also known as a cryptocurrency, crypto, or coin, is digital money that functions as a means of an exchange over a computer network and is not supported or maintained by any central authority, such as a government or bank. Crypto for the Homeless accepts donations and reimburses payments in any cryptocurrency or US currency.

Is this a legit charity?

In New Jersey, our organization is formally recognized as a non-profit organization (501c3). You may see the charity’s official IRS website here, or search for it using our EIN number 84-3578990.

What have volunteers done?

Crypto for the Homeless has been around for many years, and we have a lengthy record of prior expeditions and all activities written on our blog site (our initial website), and all information is also available on our official website https://cryptoforthehomeless.com/. We have specific categories to view our volunteer work over the years here https://cryptoforthehomeless.com/category/volunteers/

What is the donation to spending ratio?

No charity will have a one-to-one donation-to-spending ratio since it permits zero-room activities to be carried out over a lengthy period of time.

Crypto Fries in Reading

Crypto for the Homeless is attempting to give back to the community by reintroducing the human touch to charity.

Arby’s for the Homeless! ~ Crypto for the Homeless volunteers handed out some warm Arby’s this past week.

We are continuously seeking caring individuals that wish to use cryptocurrency in novel ways to change the world!

Warm Pizza on a Breezy Philly Day

Crypto for the Homeless is attempting to give back to the community by reintroducing the human touch to charity.

Crypto for the Homeless Volunteers traveled from Central Pennsylvania to Philadelphia this past weekend to hand-deliver warm pizzas to the city’s houseless population. CFTHL volunteers scoured the city for homeless or houseless people and personally delivered meals to those in need. It’s all about being fully present and passing out the meals, no matter where they may be.


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Data at a Glance: Number Transactions

Data at a Glance: Final Post about Donations this week!

Number of Transactions Over the Years

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This is a crowdfunded project called Crypto For The Homeless. This implies that donations are gathered via the internet and then utilized to buy care packages, food, and other necessities for the homeless and poor in a specific region around the world.

Our objective is to bring the human side of the charity back into the picture, which is sorely lacking in most other programs. In order to get compensated, CFTHL volunteers must seek out homeless/houseless persons and physically bring meals to them. It’s about physically being present and handing out the meal, regardless of where they are.

The graphs above show the number of transactions that came to the organization in the form of gifts over time. The top chart [Number of Transactions by Years] displays the total number of transactions by year, whereas the bottom chart [Amount by Years] displays the total dollar amount received by year.


Q: What is crypto/cryptocurrency?

A cryptocurrency, also known as a cryptocurrency, crypto, or coin, is digital money that functions as a means of an exchange over a computer network and is not supported or maintained by any central authority, such as a government or bank. Crypto for the Homeless accepts donations and reimburses payments in any cryptocurrency or US money.

Q: What is Tableau (the application used for the charts)?

Tableau is a popular data visualization tool for corporate intelligence and data analysis.

Q: Where are these numbers coming from?

To ensure openness, we keep a public ledger of all donations and expenditures to the organization, which we call “The Books”. The Books are linked on our web pages, articles, and FAQ pages. It comes in the form of a Google Spreadsheet, which is hosted online. The statistics and information can be seen in the organization’s public ledger, which includes a history of all donations received over time.

Q: Is this a legit charity?

In New Jersey, our organization is formally recognized as a non-profit organization (501c3). You may see the charity’s official IRS website here, or search for it using our EIN number 84-3578990.

Q: What have volunteers done?

Crypto for the Homeless has been around for many years, and we have a lengthy record of prior expeditions and all activities written on our blog site (our initial website), and all information is also available on our official website https://cryptoforthehomeless.com/

We have specific categories to view our volunteer work over the years here https://cryptoforthehomeless.com/category/volunteers/

Q: What is the donation to spending ratio?

No charity will have a one-to-one donation-to-spending ratio since it permits zero-room activities to be carried out over a lengthy period of time.