Q: What is Charity Replay?
A: We are a continuous charity — you give once, we invest that, and keep giving away the return. Read more about how it works.
Q: Isn’t investing risky? Will my contribution be lost?
A: We make sure we invest funds in safe, albeit low-yield investments. This guarantees a stable financial base (for us to provide stable support to those in need), and makes sure contributions are never lost.
Q: How are you going to grow if your ROI is low?
A: Once we reach sufficient levels of ROI, we plan to invest ROI in higher-yield investments to facilitate faster growth.
Q: Why should I give my money to you? Can’t I just donate directly to X needy group?
A: You sure can! But once you donate, the donation is used, and it’s gone; with Charity Replay, your money is invested, so the recipient keeps receiving help again and again. What’s more, your money helps Charity Replay grow faster; so over time, the value of what you contributed far exceeds the amount.
Q: We heard you only donate to X group (organization, country, religion); is that true?
A: Not at all. We do not discriminate on any group or by any criteria — we donate to causes world-wide, wherever we find there to be a need.
Q: I’m needy. Can you give me some money?
A: Due to the possible risk of cheating, we regret that we cannot help individuals at this time — only organizations. Sorry.
Q: I would like to suggest X organization (possibly my own) as a recipient (potentially of the Life Line project). How do I do that?
A: Simply contact us and let us know. We’ll assess you and see what we can give.
Q: Why don’t you invest in a GIC, bonds, or a high-interest bank account?
A: Interest is based fundamentally on people with wealth taking advantage of those who do not. You loan $100, and get back that $100, if things go well for the recipient; if not, you get back $150, $200, even $1000 — if he falls into greater need. The time has come for us to shrug off the chains of financial slavery and work towards equitable, win-win help. Interest is not the way.