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Friday
Sep132019

B1G1 - An amazing opportunity

I recently attended a webinar that turned out to be one of the most awesome experiences. It was about a women who wanted to help businesses help others. She wanted to offer an easy platform for them to give whatever they could, at any time, and to start a movement of giving.

At the end I was so inspired, Quicksilver Accounting & Consulting became a Giving Sponsor.  I love this idea of giving forward to support people, animals, projects, etc.  There are so many to choose from! 

On their website I set up giving opportunities from our company. For example, if we sign a client for our Impact Advisory Service, we will donate to support microloans to women who want to start their own businesses.  I set up different campaigns with specific goals that would initiate my giving.  Today I signed a client for Advisory Services, and just gave to this project- how cool.

In the future I hope to have the link on our websites so its convenient for all our clients to also give whenever they would like.   We are just starting out- but we've made a difference already!

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