Scott Davis Oakland raiders website and blog on the power of donating and simple strategies for pursuing Charitable Giving
Hello and welcome to this "Charity Guide" site. This site was created by Scott Davis who is a long-time proponent of charities and the work they provide for those with so many types of critical and urgent needs. He attended University of Illinois and began his career in the National Football League as a professional football player with the Los Angeles Raiders currently the Oakland Raiders. Before, during, and after his career with Oakland Raiders Organization he has been an active entrepreneur and business professional founding, owning and managing many businesses across diverse industry sectors throughout the past 30 years. Through those years Mr. Davis has seen and experienced the many inequities and hardships of fellow humans in need and lauds donors who strive to help our fellow brothers and sisters in need.
"My interest in charitable causes stems from two different personal perspectives. I have witnessed the devastating effects of disease and illnesses on my family and friends and have also seen the havoc diseases and natural disasters wreak on a larger scale across the world's masses. This is my way of bringing attention to and further promoting the very important work that charities perform". The primary goal of this site is to share meaningful, actionable and supportive insights through guidelines and blog updates that focus on helping to answer important questions and by covering ongoing issues and concerns respective to charitable giving.
This site's and blog's main purpose is to share insights, tips and charity fundamentals for those who seek to learn more about giving. Whether you connect directly with the front lines of a charity or donate through a charitable organization it is your responsibility to have a solid grasp of the important details about that organization. This includes taking a good look at each one's level of transparency and accountability with regard to how yours and others donations are handled and dispersed. The suggestions herein are an accumulation of my experiences along with ongoing input from others just like you and from top rating organizations like Charity Navigator. The result may not be a perfect formula for everyone but within the the larger context we want to provide you a dependable source for developing a personal charity management system that ideally improves with time.
Each of the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, individual “charity category pages” on this site is meant to act as a resource with insights that you are encouraged to adopt for your own process. You are welcome to copy and share any info herein as you continue on your own quest to do good.
We have set up a “template/ resource” page that we hope you will access, print, copy and otherwise incorporate into your personal charity-driven endeavors. This format is designed with the idea that it provide you additional resources and tools as you organize and execute your charitable giving. The template, with your active participation, is dynamic in that it is meant to evolve over time with the aim of improving upon and updating a basic charity management framework designed to help direct your valuable efforts.
In the interest of full disclosure I repeat that I am a charity proponent and do not claim to be an expert. The content herein is meant to act as a guide only. The nuances of charitable giving are many and can range from the simple to the complex. This site does not offer legal or tax advice. Working with charities may have personal financial implications for you and the appropriate professionals should be sought to help you regarding the diverse legal and tax related considerations respective to charitable giving. We strongly suggest you actively engage the help of the relevant capable professionals regarding such charitable giving matters that are beyond the scope of this site.
Your feedback is highly encouraged and always helpful. After all charitable giving is best realized through team effort. Quality improvements are attained and bigger differences can be made the more we put our collective insights together to use for good.
Thank you for taking the time.
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