The Nitty Gritty!

It is now week 4 and I’m really relieved because my organization that I had contacted, Habitat for Humanity Osceola came in last Friday. She was such a good sport considering the entire class grilled her with all of our questions for a good 30 minutes. During the interview I wrote down a few notes worth writing. Habitat for Humanity is a non Profit organization that provides houses for people in need. She was completely honest when given the question “If there was one thing you would change about your organization, what would it be?” In which she answered that she would love for the Osceola County entity to be more public and known. After the interview, I realized this is probably the organization I’m going to donate my $200.00 to. Aside from that, this week I learned that there are two important aspects needed to evaluate an investment in a company: the quantitative and qualitative aspects. Out of the two, I think quantitative is easier to evaluate. With this, it’s straight numbers. It’s either you have good numbers or not. With the qualitative, it’s much more vague, and can be interpreted in many ways, and a lot of things can be hidden. Welp, I guess that’s it! Happy Philanthropy 😀
Peace and love,

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