The greatest humanitarian work will be done at the local level in
Communities. The Community Assistance Centers (CAC) is the
major vehicle Zim Benefactors will use to bring a wide range of
programs and facilities for use in support of the community.
Zim Benefactors Participation in the CAC
With the importance of each Zim Benefactor controlling their own
funds, the CAC Program will be implemented by a Zim Benefactor
who begins the Revenue Sharing Solutions Program (CAC) in an area
or country they want to help. The CAC Directors as described below
will be given authority to do Employee Contract Shares and other
responsibilities that use the Benefactor’s funds. Therefore, the
Benefactors will organize and hire their own people to do the CAC
program along with the RSS program. Each Benefactor’s employee
should be given an Employment Contract Share for compensation.
These two programs work together, hand in hand to do the
Boots on the Ground Admin Structure
The CAC structure starts with a Benefactor hiring Directors at the
State-level and then into State regions, then counties, then cities, then
in individual geographical areas or communities. An administrative
structure of Directors will be established at each level in each
geophysical area. So, the Director will be the administrator of the
geographically designated community. The Director will have the
authority to hire as many assistant directors as he/she feels are
necessary to accomplish the humanitarian efforts in that community.
The Director will have Six main areas of responsibility.
1. Directors will seek out small, service-oriented businesses and
offer Employment Contracts to the Owners and their employees.
2. The Directors will have the authority to establish and change the
Employee Contract Share’s per-minute-download amounts for
the RSS share. Using a personal Pin number, each Director will
have a personal connection into the RSS Platform under the
Benefactor’s ID #, where they will function in support of the
small business owners and their employees.
3. The Directors will act as a liaison for the RSS share program.
He/she will interface with those organizations that are
participating in the Revenue Sharing Solution program such as church
congregation, clubs, and other non-profits who are
registering their members into the RSS program.
4. The Directors will Administer the use of grants and loans for
infrastructure improvements, IE: buildings, playgrounds, and
playground equipment, developing fields for sports and local
greenhouses for food growing activities, in coordination with
humanitarian projects initiated by the churches and other nonprofits.
5. CAC Directors will interface with Government officials to
establish Employment Contract Shares for essential government workers
like Police, Fire, and EMS personnel. Other Government shortfalls
may use Trusts under the Government Assistance Program (GAP).
Governments of Nations must be GESARA Compliant and
have access to the QFS in order for our CAC and RSS
programs to work.
6. The Directors and Assistant Directors will also support the
National Real Estate Listing Service with Condo conversions,
land development for housing, and other related Real Estate
activities. The Directors may have many expanded
responsibilities as the CAC is implemented in a community.
The Benefactors will always maintain control of their funds.
Many neighborhoods have underfunded volunteers who do a
tremendous good for underprivileged children, etc. We suggest
Benefactors find these individuals and employ them as Directors or
Assistant Directors. They should be given authority to build local
organizations around them using Benefactor funds to support their
activities. Setting up Trusts with Directors being the Trustees is a
great way to put funds into the communities. Finding the buildings
and locations that they can build their programs around, can be a
priority. The CAC has a structure that supports the training and cultivation of
these volunteer types who will do most of the work in these local
communities. Directors in the CAC will be organized in each nation
by Benefactors who get involved with our programs. These Directors
should be given authority to create Trusts that will function in
regional, state, county, city, and local areas to meet the goals of each
Community Assistance Center and fund their work. This is why each
Benefactor will set up their own structure so they have complete
control of their funds as they supervise the CAC Directors.
Benefiting Inner-City Populations
One phase of the CAC program focuses on the inner-city populations
where youngsters may come from dysfunctional families. The RSS
program will play a key role in funding such programs from paying
the volunteers, to paying for facilities and providing supplies and
equipment for after school use. Each Community Assistant Center
may be given an RSS Trust Share to sustain the day to day needs of
the programs. These Directors will have the authority to create low
payout Children's Trusts for children that come from broken homes
that join these Boys and Girls organizations. The payouts may be in
the pennies-per-minute range. The Director will act as the Trustee to
manage the use of the money. This Program may be a vehicle to get
parents on the RSS Program. These trusts are positioned to augment
what parents are doing for their children. The Director will be given
the Referring Bonus to register adults in the area for the RSS
program. We see a small weekly allowance given for each child in the
Children’s Trust program.
Creating a Future for Inner-City Children
Many of these children are under the age of 18, so, creating Trusts for
their growing up expenses and savings that can be available when
they turn 18, will significantly change the way they grow up. They
can pay for an education in the fields they have an interest in and the
sustained income will give them what they need to create a life for
themselves. Couple this with the National Real Estate Listing Service
and the children can see their way to obtain a home in their future
when they turn 21. This hope in the future creates opportunities that
do not presently exist. When they turn 18, they can register as an
individual Shareholder to support their own financial endeavors We
will find these people as the RSS program is shared with churches
and congregations in the local communities.
The CAC structure will also cultivate a 2-year volunteer mentor program for retired
professionals to act as mentors and advisors for those who come from
broken homes and want to find their niche in life. These Mentors will
be compensated for using the RSS program.
Managing the CAC structure
The management words for Benefactors are “delegate” responsibility
and require “accountability”. The use of an accounting firm with
reports, etc., will help support Stewardship Responsibility for the
Benefactor and the Chain of Directors. Therefore, each Trust and Employment Contract Shares should be registered with the accounting firm created in support of the
Community by the Directors and should have reports from an account with an
accounting firm to account for the money being spent. Reports
generated for each Trust will be used for management purposes. Any
misuse of funds should be investigated by law enforcement agencies.
This is necessary to build an efficient, well-functioning humanitarian structure.which can generate reports as needed for management purposes.
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