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    • INTRODUCTIONS: THE EXTRAORDINARIES, INC. (Ben Rigby, CTO)
    • THE OPPORTUNITY.
    • 74% of U.S. Citizens don’t volunteer. Most people cite a lack of time as the main reason. Source: 2005 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Survey Source: CNCS
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    • GLOBALLY, WE:
    • GLOBALLY, WE: Watch 1 billion YouTube videos…
    • GLOBALLY, WE: Watch 1 billion YouTube videos… Spend 274 million hours on Facebook…
    • GLOBALLY, WE: Watch 1 billion YouTube videos… Spend 274 million hours on Facebook… EVERY. SINGLE. DAY.
    • It took ONE YEAR and SEVEN MILLION HOURS to build the Empire State Building.
    • It took ONE YEAR and SEVEN MILLION HOURS to build the Empire State Building. With the amount of time we spend on Facebook, WE COULD BUILD 40 EMPIRE STATE BUILDINGS EVERY SINGLE DAY .
    • WE HAVE HUNDREDS OF BILLIONS OF HOURS OF SPARE TIME EACH YEAR. HOWEVER, this time comes in brief moments throughout our daily lives .
    • BIG IDEA: “ DOING GOOD” IN THAT SAME SPARE.
    • DO GOOD IN A FEW MINUTES: HOW DO YOU CONNECT WITH PEOPLE DURING THOSE BRIEF MOMENTS?
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    • 600-700 Million smartphones by 2013.
    • 230 million people have Internet access in the U.S. 1.5 billion people have Internet access globally.
    • We have tons of spare time. We have instant access. We have the desire to help.
    • INTRODUCING: MICRO-VOLUNTEERING! (small bits of time add up to something big)
    • HERE’S AN ANALOGY:
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    • $500 million dollars online. From 3 million people. At an average donation of $80. 90% of campaign $ raised online.
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    • Traditional fundraising (the same way it’s been done for decades). Lots of hand holding. Lots of big checks (similar to big chunks of time).
    • Traditional fundraising (the same way it’s been done for decades). Lots of hand holding. Lots of big checks (similar to big chunks of time). Fully utilized online fundraising. Took advantage of smart technology that greatly reduced management overhead. And the results were...
    • HOW DOES IT WORK?
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    • Missing person’s photo was submitted by her family.
    • Missing person’s photo was submitted by her family. Missing person was identified by micro-volunteers who sifted through news images looking for matches.
    • Missing person’s photo was submitted by her family. Missing person was identified by micro-volunteers who sifted through news images looking for matches. 24 MISSING PERSONS IDENTIFIED.
    • WHERE WE’RE GOING:
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    • HOW DOES THIS COMPLIMENT JOB BOARD LISTING SERVICES?
    • “ Command and control” model. NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION
    • “ Networked” model.
    • HOW DOES IT WORK?
    • NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Nonprofits post individual requests that can be done online. 1
    • NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION One or more people complete the task online. 2 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
    • NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION The results are rated and improved upon by other micro-volunteers. 3 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
    • KEY VALUE PROPOSITIONS FOR NONPROFITS:
      • EASIER FOR THE VOLUNTEER TO FIT SKILLS-BASED OPPORTUNITIES IN THEIR DAILY LIVES.
      • NONPROFITS SPENDS LESS TIME MANAGING VOLUNTEERS.
      • NONPROFITS GET MORE VALUE OUT OF THEIR DATABASE OF SUPPORTERS.
    • KEY VALUE PROPOSITIONS FOR CORPORATIONS:
    • TEAM BUILDING.
    • SKILLS-BASED IMPACT TRACKING.
    • TIME TRACKING.
    • MICRO-VOLUNTEERING AND MILLENIAL EMPLOYEES. (PEOPLE BORN 1980-2000)
    • THIS TYPE OF ENGAGEMENT APPEALS TO MILLENIALS.
    • DIGITAL NATIVES.