All Volunteers

We are always in need of helping hands who wish to give back to their community. Our volunteers are the heart and soul of our company. 

Volunteers from all across the world are needed.

Right now, the most pressing need is food delivery. 

If you’re interested in helping out,

Food delivery can be done from anywhere; whether you are at home, on a business trip, or on 

vacation, please consider assisting the homeless in your area.

Crypto for the Homeless will repay you 100% of the money you use to aid the homeless.

Logo Throwback!

Crypto for the Homeless #TBT – Throwback Thursday!

The Crypto For The Homeless logo over time!

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From the artist:

I wanted to make sure that I captured many of the qualities of what Crypto for the Homeless was all about when developing the logo. The black ring within the gray ring is modeled after computer electronic circuit boards.  This was done to demonstrate that CryptoFTH is all about integrating technology with a human touch. Each individual circuit line was drawn by hand. The initial lettering was done without any symmetry or precision. Some may favor the first letter face because it is softer and more inviting, but I prefer the cleaner lines of the second design. I wanted to preserve the same design but tidy up the linework from the font face when I designed the updated logo.


​Humans Helping Humans​

​We are always in need of helping hands who want to give back to their community. Our volunteers are the heart and soul of our organization. Volunteers from all over the world are needed. We are a group of like-minded and compassionate people who have noticed a problem with their local homeless population and want to help them stay fed. In the world of cryptocurrency, we bring empathy, compassion, and care.

Make an impact by reaching out today.

Want to make an impact with your money instead?

Did you know

Crypto For The Homeless is an officially registered 501(c)(3) non-profit charity. Learn more. Or search by EIN: 84-3578990

Flyer Throwback!

Crypto for the Homeless #TBT – Throwback Thursday!

Have you ever wondered what that piece of paper in many of the CFTHL images represents? That is the Crypto for the Homeless flyer, which includes a number of QR codes for crypto wallets as well as social media networks.

The flyer serves as a kind of watermark/proof for our volunteers to include in their photos. This flyer was designed with the goal of catching people’s attention.

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Reimbursement Process

Crypto for the Homeless | Reimbursement Process Model

Today, we’ll look at a common process: reimbursement.

We discussed how the donation process works last week, but how do volunteers get compensated for their selfless service?

The interaction between a Volunteer and the Crypto for the Homeless organization during the reimbursement process is depicted in the process model below.

Process Model showing activities and interactions between a Volunteer and the CFTHL entity during reimbursements.

A sample interaction between a Volunteer and CFTHL is as follows:

  • A volunteer gives selflessly by purchasing food or goods for the homeless/needy and hand-delivering such items to individuals in need.
  • The volunteer visits the CFTHL website; CFTHL displays the website.
  • The volunteer completes their volunteer form and uploads needed items.
    • The form will contain photos of their excursion, as well as photos of the purchased things that were hand-delivered (together with the Crypto for the Homeless flyer) and their selected refund currency. (Crypto for the Homeless compensates volunteers in the majority of the accessible cryptocurrencies!)
  • The volunteer finalizes and submits their form; CFTHL receives a form submission notification.
  • The CFTHL team will check the volunteer-provided footage for accuracy and criteria before approving the form.
  • CFTHL examines the volunteers’ proposed reimbursement currency and processes it by deducting monies from the donation budget.
  • The volunteer receives their compensation, and CFTHL publically notes the deduction in The Books1, under the section named: spending.
  • The reimbursement procedure is finished once CFTHL generates a showcase post.

The goal of this post was to show how the reimbursement process works through the use of business process diagrams, in order to help our readers understand what the reimbursement process is like.

Whenever a volunteer decides to perform selfless service on behalf of Crypto for the Homeless, the volunteer will purchase supplies or food for members of the community who are in need. The volunteer will deliver the supplies in person and document their experience. With these proofs, CFTHL can reimburse the volunteer in the volunteer’s preferred currency once the request is made. After the volunteer receives their funds, the amount reimbursed from the donation budget is deducted and recorded in the organization’s public books.

[1] The Books is the document where Crypto for the Homeless publicly records its donations and spending.

On this day…

On this day a few years ago, the founders took to the streets of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with the intention of assisting anyone they could find. This was the first of many outings, and we learned a lot. The outing fueled the founders’ desire to go above and beyond… to help and touch the lives of as many people as possible.

Sometimes the most human thing is doing the unnecessary.