Just donated after reviewing this page and the reviews. This fits my interests, and I will watch this foundation closely.
I wanted to write and recommend this Foundation's programs. My sister referred me to Proud because she was concerned that I wanted to start a business on my own online but didn't know how. I had a job, but had my own ideas I wanted to explore. I knew nothing about online marketing or sales before Proud shared their Prosperity Roadmap program with me. Fast forward two years... I have been selling music lesson online now for about fourteen months. I expect my revenue to reach a level in about a year that I just might be able to do this full time.
I am writing to THANK the foundation for giving me free access to their instructional materials. With that I was able to launch a simple online landing page and sell my handmade jewelry. I made enough sales online to fund a small business around that. I won't mention that here because I don't want to cheapen my gratitude in this message. I hope that Proud remains relevant in a sometimes-caustic world.
I just donated. I am thrilled to see more and more attention given to the major issues with our Veterans. I love this cause. y neighbor shared the Proud foundation campaign with me and I wanted to get involved somehow. I have a question: is it possible for me to refer a need to the foundation? My father is a Vet and would love to volunteer in a support group.
My husband has been volunteering to spread the good work of Proud for awhile now. I support him more and more each time I see how lives are touched. I may not be involved actively, but I know my money is being used in ways that can't be ignored. Makes me feel good to do it. PLEASE! Support the veterans like they supported us.
I was so impressed with the foundation's message of hope and acknowledgement of the troubles veterans go through that I decided to spread the word. I have regularly posting their blogs and social media posts on my sites and pages. I also have donated to a cause that is truly needed.
I saw this Foundation on TV and checked it out. I love the work they do to help people better themselves by setting them up in their own businesses as a way to increase their self-reliance. I have been referring as many people to them as I can. One of them was a poor soul in my neighborhood that is 54 and unable to get work again. No one wants to hire someone that age, it seems. But now by working with Proud, this guy is already seeing an income build. I see this program as a God send to so many people hurting for a career. PLEASE! Donate to Proud. This is really helping people.
Proud For Veterans just took on my father's case. He suffers so badly from PTSD that he just isn't ready for office work. He thinks he is unworthy, a sad case. I was really scared for him. But now he is learning how to work online in his own digital business from Proud's course materials, and already I see a huge difference in his outlook and perspective. If this works out for him, I could be the real difference to getting him into something that he could break out of his funk. I am so grateful! I am doing everything I can to spread the good word about Proud Foundation.
I'm volunteering to help the Foundation raise funds for the "Proud For Veterans" project. I know from personal experience how hard it is for veterans to ajust and succeed in civilian life.
I am amazed at the capacity of the Proud Foundation's team to train people in how to create and operate successful online businesses.
Roadmap's step-by-step and simple-to-follow instruction has me thinking more clearly right out of the box. I can see now how this translates into exciting profits not only for me but also for those that I am eagerly sharing this system with.
The foundation's Online Business Education is the real deal and what makes it stand out is the team behind it. Their system has showed me all that I need in a step by step format, gave me confidence to take the right action and I am already seeing incredible results. And that is exciting beyond belief.
My daughter carries high student loan debt even though she never completed her degree. Proud showed her a way to build an online income that she is applying directly to pay off that loan. Without the help and free education she would have been relying on us for quite some time. But now she is working hard on advancing herself through her own digital business. I can see a new spark in her step because she is doing this all on her own. Please support this charity. People that want to work hard at something sometimes just need a hand to get going. Who among us haven't at one time in our lives?
The Proud Foundation has the right idea. When people are financially secure and ultimately autonomous, they no longer need to be in "survival mode" all the time. At that point we are all free to focus on solving "real world problems".
The Proud Foundation team is awesome. Through their support I was able to launch a new brand of "digital products". They helped build and secure my website, e-commerce system and iOS App
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This is an excellent organization that is providing a clear-cut, but much needed service to the members of our community.
Here is my personal experience with supporting The Proud Foundation. This charity goes way beyond offering temporary relief for immediate needs. It chooses to put enormous energy, creativity and heart into the long-term well being of those they help. Its programs are more than a safety net. One of their major initiatives is helping veterans who are struggling financially. They’re doing this by educating vets through digital business literacy programs, and they even build micro-businesses for these vets, businesses that generate a solid ongoing income and even create jobs. Proud is developing programs like this for other vulnerable and struggling groups right now, and everything they’re doing is practical, actionable, teachable, and repeatable. I believe Proud is a non-profit that has dedicated itself totally to releasing people from our worsening economic and spiritual ills: poverty, erosion of real income, chronic debt, and indentured-servitude “employment” to soulless corporations.