The position is specifically for the content manager’s assistant.
You’ll collaborate closely with the content manager to generate content for the website and assist with posting throughout the organization’s numerous social media platforms.
Other volunteer online positions available:
-Discord Community Moderator and Content Manager
-Reddit Community Engagement Moderator
-Twitter Content Manager
The Books are getting updated!
We’re reformatting the books to give them a new design that will improve readability and transparency.
The Books are the public record of donations made to the organization and spending used to repay volunteers. They are updated and maintained on a regular basis. The Books include a compilation of manual records accumulated throughout time. This record is being updated with a new design that will make it simpler to read and comprehend for all. The updated and enhanced books will be the standard going forward.
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.
Reading Pennsylvania Outing! | 5/14/2022
Reading Volunteers Return
Volunteers from Reading Area in Pennsylvania return with some Panera Bread!
Crypto for the Homeless #TBT – Throwback Thursday!
The Crypto For The Homeless logo over time!
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.
Check out our previous posts!
Crypto for the Homeless | Bi-Weekly Newsletter August 15 – 26 A fantastic resource for information is the Crypto For the Homeless bi-weekly newsletter. The most current posts for the period covered by the newsletter may always be found there. This is your one-stop-shop for anything CFTHL throughout that period!
The Crypto For the Homeless Flyer When volunteers go out into their community and hand out food and/or goods, they take pictures of their outing! The flyer is a requirement for volunteers to download and print in order to verify work.
Crypto for the Homeless is attempting to give back to the community by reintroducing the human touch to charity. Crypto for the Homeless is attempting to give back to the community by reintroducing the human touch to charity. A substantial number of individuals in Nagaland benefited from the time and effort given by volunteers in … Continue reading Nagaland Volunters (Part 2 Continued)
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.
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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
Crypto for the Homeless | Volunteering Process Model
Today, we’ll look at a common process: Volunteering.
We’ve already discussed how the donation and reimbursement processes work, but how does one volunteer?
A sample interaction between a Volunteer and CFTHL is as follows:
- A volunteer decides to give selflessly.
- The leaflet for Crypto for the Homeless will be printed by the volunteer.
- The volunteer will buy meals (or supplies) and pay for them out of their own money.
- The volunteer will photograph the purchase receipt as well as the food (or supplies) to be delivered.
- The volunteer will distribute the meals to persons in their immediate vicinity who are in need.
- The reimbursement form will be completed by the volunteer; The form will be reviewed by CFTHL.
- The reimbursement will be processed by CFTHL; the volunteer will be compensated.
- CFTHL will record the return as an expenditure.
The purpose of this post was to demonstrate how the volunteer process works using business process diagrams in order to help our readers understand how to volunteer.
Volunteering is simple and may be done from anywhere in the world.
 The Books is the document where Crypto for the Homeless publicly records its donations and expenditures.