Big ideas are usually the hardest to fund – no matter how beneficial or pragmatic they are. So a creative funding path must be taken.
This three-step process is vital to getting the City built.
Citizens Again is the best hope society has ever had to end the homelessness crisis. However, our politicians won’t fund early-stage efforts. But with funding from the crowd, Citizens Again can hire the initial team to create the deliverables and reach the goals necessary towards the path of solving this crisis. Visit the GoFundMe campaign to make a donation.
Thousands of wealthy individuals, families, and organizations donate hundreds of millions of dollars every year to make a positive impact on society. Many of them are participating in The Giving Pledge, which has a collective pledge of over $350 billion going to charitable causes, including helping the homeless. But, similar to the government, they won’t invest in early-stage efforts until they see validations of ideas. When Citizens Again achieves its initial deliverables achieved with crowdfunding, it’s believed many caring philanthropists will donate to this effort.
Every year, billions of dollars in local, state, and federal taxes are spent on efforts for the homeless. A majority of this amount is not on solutions; but rather cleaning up and sanitization efforts, temporary shelters, and more. Politicians say they want to end this crisis, but they spend billions of tax dollars – and growing – every year without making a dent on this issue. When an overwhelming amount of project validity is provided, it’s believed risk-averse politicians will be on-board and provide financial and political backing for the project.
To ensure longevity, the City will make use of two funding sources: