Thursday, October 1, 2009


I have researched about 1,400 charities and met with at least 100 ceo/founders to find the types of charities that I want to be part of for the long term. The only people that I have found that blog much about Philanthropy do not have many blog followers. Why do you think that is?


  1. Hi Tom!

    Just wanted to stop by and say thank you for dropping by my blog earlier - it was nice meeting you!

    Really like the theme of your blog. Will be back!

  2. hello, Tom Bailey.
    wow, so you're involved in charity works? that's awesome. In my opinion, they don't care about charities and helping people. it's not cool or not important. Personally, I'd love to do charity work. The problem is I haven't got the time and the drive to do so.

    thanks for you compliment and your dropping by my blog. I agree with Ron above, you have a very interesting theme. Keep it up, I love it.


  3. I think perhaps people just can't relate much. Most people are so involved in just surviving their own lives that reaching out to others isn't possible or at least isn't a high priority. that's my guess as to why philanthropy blogs may not have a lot of followers--not that people don't care or don't want to help one another, but that they just aren't familiar with philanthropy and so they can't relate.

    Thanks for stopping by!

  4. mmmm, dunno. but if you keep it interesting, surely you'll have lots of followers???