Home Based Entrepreneurs are shortly to be invited to take part in the Big Favour. An initiative to be launched by entrepreneur Andrew Reynolds, this Big Favour project is designed to raise money for charitable causes.
As a former Surrey Business person of the year, Andrew Reynolds said.
“The Big Favour is something everyone working from home will want to participate in”
When he first became successful with his own home business, Andrew started to contribute something back. He firstly donated over £250,000 to the Princes Trust and became a patron in 2005. Since then he has gone on to raise and donate millions of pounds to other worthwhile causes.
Bootcamp tickets for charity
One great example of a big favour has been with his Bootcamp events. At the Entrepreneurs Bootcamp, 100% of the ticket money gets donated straight to a UK charity. No admin fees are deducted and the money goes right to the charity. “I was very keen to ensure that they get 100% and that no-one thinks we are deducting a % for admin or expenses. So to make sure, we get the Bootcamp audience to pay their donation straight to the charity – not to my company. In that way there can be no quibbling. It’s a straight donation.
Big Favour 2017
2017 sees the launch of the Big Favour. This is Andrew Reynolds latest project and one that he says he is most proud of. Full details are due for release shortly.
“My philosophy in life is that once I had made myself financially comfortable, I should give something back. It sounds a bit trite, but growing up in relative poverty showed me a different way of living and made me determined to do something with my money. Something useful rather than wasting it on loads of glitzy toys.
The Big Favour is the latest attempt to do just that. Stay tuned for more details soon.