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Forum Post: Businesses don't HAVE to be all about the money. Example in Charlotte...

Posted 5 years ago on May 10, 2012, 12:25 p.m. EST by XenuLives (1645) from Charlotte, NC
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"The King’s Kitchen is an outreach of Restoration Word Ministries managed by Jim Noble Restaurants that donates 100% of profits from sales to feed the poor in Charlotte, the region, and the world. Additionally, The King’s Kitchen partners with area ministries to provide employment opportunities to Charlotteans in search of a new beginning."

The profits go back to the community, and the menu looks amazing. I'll be visiting this restaurant soon, and I hope the dishes are as good as they sound.



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[-] 1 points by extroll (47) 5 years ago

Absolutely. There is a world of philanthropic business available to people willing to take advantage of it. Profit sharing, poor-feeding, you name it, it is available. The people saying money is distributed disproportionately are not wrong, but they must realize they need to take control of the money themselves. Why sit on the sidelines at a spelling bee, saying the wrong person won because they didn't even try as hard as someone else?

Compete in the spelling bee, win the prize, and donate it to whoever you think tried the hardest and deserves it the most.

Business is not rocket science. I have yet to have anyone tell me why I cannot start an online business for $100 instead of going to the movies a few times.