RPS, Raise Poor Spaghetti: Case Study

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RPS, Raise Poor Spaghetti, a non-profit organization founded in 2012. Ever since then, the organization has helped many poor and underdeveloped countries by providing healthy food. Our mission is to deliver spaghetti to all poor people globally and our vision is having a society where no one goes hungry. Due to our creative and unusual means of viewing the world, RPS is gaining recognition and support throughout the globe. Due to our vision, mission, and value, RPS has been growing rapidly past couple of years. Rapid growth and increasing supporters worldwide, it is crucial to have new donation system in place. By focusing on this segment, it will provide RPS with effective payment options, better cash flow, faster and safer donations, and maximum rate of received donations to feed more.…show more content…
In addition, it is necessary to have the ability to receive donation one-time and on a recurring basis. Our implementation of new donation payment system will benefit the organization receiving more donations. The desired impact of the project is operational which would improve the quality and efficiency of our current donation system. At the moment, we no have no means of receiving donations from supporters around the world. However, making the donations via online payment system would allow us to raise more donations compared to our current system. Our current rate of received donation is $1000 per month, but the project would be successful if the new donation system can increase it by $5000-$7000 per month. The result can be achieved in a year upon approval. We strongly believe this will prove to be a very worthwhile and profitable investment for

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