At many churches, pandemic hits collection plates, budgets

Lol you reminded me of my business administration class in highschool where we sold hoodies and gave 10% of the money to Susan G Komen. Since it was ambiguous as to whether or not that 10% was of revenue or profits, I decided to take it out of profits. The “shareholders” aka other kids in the class who had bought in at $1 per share for our seed money ended up with a return of like $10 per share. So the few kids who bought 10-15 shares made out like bandits. The teacher never cared because I personally didnt buy any shares, so my actions as the CFO were never personally benefiting me. That and I think she was happy to see the kids who funded our project make money and become more passionate about business because of it

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