16 Reasons Two Donate

>Pay Off Student Loan

>Start My Emergency Fund Right Away

>I Could Lose My Job & Become Homeless

>Unforeseen Expenses

​>Get Out of Debt

>Become Financially Independent
>Buy a Home Someday 

>Buy a Car So I Can Go to Work

>Buy Food 

>Buy a Decent Health Insurance (at least)

>I didn't want to move back  home with my  mom.
>Offsetting the day to day cost of college living.
>Fundraising helps relieve my worries of student

   loan debt
>Pay for Food
>Quickly raise the money I need to live
>I didn't want the cost of tuition get in the way of

   my college success

Adding a Donation Button

Being your own boss comes with self-motivation, every day.  I quickly learned that I had to become a master in planning in order to make this work.   My family has always been very supportive, which gave me the space and freedom to keep doing what I love. I believe it makes me the best person I can possible  be.

I started my donation blog because I was in so much debt.  When I graduated from college, I was over $37,000 in student loan debt and $15, 829 in credit card debt, not to mention a $27,278 car loan.  

​There are millions of Americans who owe thousands of dollars in college loans.
Most college students will end up paying their college loans, but lets be real at least 1 out of 10 college grad-student will never be able to pay off their student loans before retiring at 67.   

Americans owe $1.2 trillion in student loan debt, a number that has tripled in the last decade. New York State residents hold $60 billion of that debt, and college grads in the state owe on average $27,310 in student loans, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

Unfortunately,  college prices just keeps going up and up, with no sign of slowing down anytime soon.. Student loans has doubled in the past 10 years as more and more people attend college.

Students are finding ways to hustling/fundraising in different ways to pay off bills or just to get by.  Fundraising platforms are a great tools for a short term fix for some and for others like me, having your own donation blog allows you to have more control.

Thanks to my amazing readers – yes you – I never had problems with this. Going forward, if there is anything you would like to see on my blog in the future, make sure to tell me.  Thanks again for reading my blog, and I hope we will maintain our relationship in the future.

My name is Emma Elizabeth and thank you for visiting my Donation blog.  Over the past couple of years blogging/fundraising became my full-time job.  

From the moment I wake up, start I spend as much time as possible organizing events, tweaking my blog here and there,  and trying to raise as much money as possible.

Having your own donation blog  is a very interesting.   However, what started as a way to raise money on the side and turned into a real job, but the most important thing is, that I am living the life I am meant to live.  

As you spend time visiting other blogs, you'll probably notice donation buttons on many blogs. Some may be obvious and say "Donate" while others could be a simple linked line of text that says, "Buy me a cup of coffee".

While the words and appearance may vary, the purpose is the same. In each case, the blogger is asking people who read and enjoy the blog to donate some money to help keep the blog going.

You can easily set up a donation button through
PayPal. Just sign up for a PayPal account and follow the simple instructions on the PayPal Donations web pages to obtain the code that will link to your PayPal account.

It's important to understand that a donation button is not likely to bring much revenue, but it's simple enough to add to your blog that it's worth the few minutes of effort it takes to get it up and running.

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