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  • Habitat for Humanity

    I am planning on offering a version of the Pompeii Oven e-Book for sale for $10, and then giving all of the proceeds to Habitat for Humanity. It seems like a good fit. We are all builders here, and what better way for a builder to try to do some for the community.

    We will continue to offer the free Pompeii e-Book as well.

    I wanted to ask for input from the group to see if anyone has done something like this before, and if you had advice. Our plan is to post a new version of the PO e-Book on the FB Store that is "branded" Habitat for Humanity, and then make a contribution to them each month for 100% (every penny) of what we take in.

    Whadya think?
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    Re: Habitat for Humanity


    I have no experience with an arrangement of this kind, but I do think the donation to Habitat for Humanity is a perfect fit: builder to builder, as it were.

    "Made are tools, and born are hands"--William Blake, 1757-1827