38 Days of Giving Back has Begun with The Paper Angels Campaign

100% of Revenues Going to Project Meet Me Halfway

Have you heard of Giving Tuesday?  It’s the Tuesday after Cyber Monday, which is meant to focus on giving back to organizations or your community.  The idea is pretty wonderful, considering the days leading up to it are full of buying the latest gadgets for friends, family, or yourself.

But what if there was 38 straight days of giving back?  One of our valued partners, Burcheyes, is doing just that.  From Black Friday to New Year’s Eve, every single cent of their new business revenue is being donated to charity.  This means no more commissions for their C-level management, or anyone else for that matter.

Burcheyes CEO and founder of The Giving Business, Jason Burch states,

“We are donating 100% of new business revenue through the end of the year to Project Meet Me Halfway.  This is not a percentage of our profits, this is 100% revenue.  No cap. Everything. Every single dollar we receive will go to charity.”

Click here to help support his great cause. 

Pretty amazing right?  So, here’s what you can do.  Say you’re buying a new PC for Christmas and you don’t want to run a foriegn-made antivirus on it.  You can sign up for PC Matic’s lifetime license for $150, and 100% of Burcheyes’ revenue will go to Project Meet Me Halfway, to help foster children who age out of the system and face homelessness.    Then, when Burcheyes receives their PC Matic commission check, they’ll donate it all in David Austin’s name.  We cannot imagine a better way to honor him.

If you share this with your friends and 10,000 people buy PC Matic from our link that will raise more than $1 million for children who age out of foster care. I know they’d appreciate it and I would too,” said Jason.  “Invest in these kids.”

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2 thoughts on “38 Days of Giving Back has Begun with The Paper Angels Campaign

  1. I have pc mstic installed on my old laptop and would like to know whether I can transfer it to my new .laptop. I am 75 years old and not too good on the computer.

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