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How To Create Your Own Stimulus Check Amount 

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, also known as the CARES Act, is a law meant to address the economic fallout of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic in the United States. Better known as the “stimulus check”.


Although we appreciate whatever we can get from the government, $1200 months ago and $600 more recently, is not enough; especially when the majority of us have lost our jobs and in jeopardy of losing so much more, and not everyone will be getting a check.


So, what are you supposed to do? You don’t rely on the government and you can’t rely on your job. You take matters into your own hands and get the money you need yourself.


Twenty Thousand+ In One Weekend Is The
Fundraiser Guide To The Best and Newest
Fundraiser of 2021

The Twenty Thousand+ In One Weekend Guide is unlike anything you have ever done to raise funds. It can be done by anyone, any group or organization; Schools, Churches, Greek Organizations, Sports Teams, Booster Clubs and even Individuals. Whoever you are and whatever you need funds for, this is the fundraiser guide for you.
I know what you are thinking. You don't need water, you don't have to bake anything, you just give something away for free; that's it. 
*** This can also be done as a business that can turn into a full time income!

How Any Individual or Organization Can

Get Up To $30,000 Just For Asking

No, I’m not talking about you will get from $1 up to $30,000. If you follow the easy instructions, you will get between $15,000 to $30,000; it’s all up to you.

You Can Raise Up To $30,000 In One Weekend
It Has Been Tried and Proven

What Do You Need Money For?


Create Your Own Stimulus Check


Start Your Own Business

Starting a business and one of the aspects that entrepreneurs find most daunting is raising start-up capital. Gone are the days of pitching investors with hot new technology ideas. Today, entrepreneurs are much more likely to dive into their own pockets and hunker down for a battle to start up and stay alive. But if you don't have the cash in your wallet, what do you do? Luckily, there are still options for funding new companies, but finding and securing the cash will take careful research and good negotiating skills. But luckily, we have the solution.


Purchase New Sports Team Equipment

Money for sports is so critical these days. Whether you are a basketball, football, soccer, or cheerleading organization, the costs of playing sports is getting higher than registration fees and budgets can handle. Most leagues require players to pay in some sort of way to offset costs.


Perhaps you need cash for summer camp, class trips, or school functions like prom and graduation.


Fund A Group Travel

(When This Pandemic Is Over)

People are always interested in how to fund their travel excursions. Many don't see how it's possible to travel, especially when traveling is so expensive, but thanks to this fundraiser, you will get the money you need to travel the world.


College Education

Money for college and funding resources are available for parents and students, but the information is so scattered that most opportunities and deadlines can pass by without ever being heard of.


You can have up to $30,000 just for asking in a matter of days, not months.

Pay Off Medical Bills

Medical bills were the cause of 62 percent of bankruptcies in 2019, according to a study by the American Journal of Medicine. Even more alarming, 80 percent of those who filed medical debt bankruptcy actually had health insurance and their debt was low ($18,000) compared to those who filed but didn't have health insurance ($27,000). Needless to say, medical debt is a serious issue in the United States. Medical bills are quite serious and can cripple your finances. Thankfully, you can deal with your medical debt before it pushes you to bankruptcy.


This Is A Debt Headache

The United States is facing a public debt crisis. The federal government currently owes more than $21 trillion, which is about $67,000 per person in the country (median individual income in the United States was just over $31,000 in 2017).


The deficit for the 2019 fiscal year totaled $779 billion. The highest deficit in the last fifty years was in 2009, when the government spent $1.4 trillion more than it brought in. The last time the federal government ran a surplus was 2001. Over the last few decades, these trends have led to historic levels of indebtedness.


Pay Off Your Mortgage

Avoid Foreclosure 

Pay off your mortgage early.




STOP FORECLOSURE - Foreclosure is a situation in which a homeowner is unable to make mortgage payments as required, which allows the lender to seize the property, evict the homeowner and sell the home, as stipulated in the mortgage contract.


You can have up to $30,000 just for asking in a matter of days, not months.


Pay Off Student Loans


Pay Off Credit Card Debt

The average family household today carries a balance of $15,654 in credit card debt.


Think about it for a second. When you open a credit card account, you’re likely to pay thousands of dollars in interest over the years as you carry a balance. Even if you promise to pay it off every month, all it takes is one lost or missed payment. If that happens, your interest rate skyrockets, your credit score drops, and you get slapped with fees. With just one mistake, you’ve gotten yourself into a big money mess.


Purchase A New Car


Pay Off Payday or Title Loans

Finance charges/fees assessed on payday loans can be 35 times higher than those charged on credit cards? That’s pretty high and pretty crazy when you stop and crunch the numbers. Because the life of the loan tends to be so short, finance charges on these types of loans can soar to an astronomical number, sometimes with a percentage in the hundreds.


Once you get a payday or title loan it is hard to get out of it.


Purchase A New House



Just In Time For When We Really
Need Financial Help
You Will Not Be Selling Anything
Totally New

Again, You Will Not Be Selling Anything
Get Free Money Giving Away Something


What This Is Not:

  • This is not a loan
  • This is not a grant
  • This is not a scam

To Get Up To $30,000 Just For Asking For It:

  • You will not have to fill out a long drawn out application.
  • You will not have to supply a large amount of paperwork.
  • You will not have to pay anything back, not any amount.
  • Yes, you can have up to $30,000 in a matter of days, just for asking.
  • No, once you get your money, we don’t want any of it.

All The Funds You Will Need In One Weekend
Can Be Done Over and Over Again
Can Be A Part Time Business
With Full Time Income

Imagine if you did this once a month as a business. That's $20,000+ a month; part time hours with more than full time income. You can totally fire your boss because you are on your road to early retirement.

Why is fundraising important? It seems obvious why fundraising is important: To raise funds for needed items, services and programs, but most importantly, fundraising can be the only financial solution to so many financial problems.

What would you do if an emergency came up and you needed $1000, $10,000 or even $20,000 within two weeks and didn't see how in the world you were going to do it? That's the question I had to ask myself and didn't have the answer right away. It took me to lose my home and becoming homeless before I said ENOUGH! After a lot of sleepless nights and prayerful days, I did what I had to do to change my situation and I did it with a simple fundraiser. With only three days of planning and one weekend (Saturday only) I was $25,000 richer. If I can do it, anyone can do it.  IT'S JUST A FUNDRAISER!


(Note) That was my life experience some years ago. Now, just like you and many others, I am about to do the same to raise funds to help my family out of this financial crisis.

Do You Need To Create Your Own Stimulus Check That Is Way More Than $1200?
Do You Need To Raise Funds For New School or Sports Team Uniforms? Or Equipment?

Do You Need To Raise Funds For A Group Travel?

Do You Need To Raise Funds For College?

Do You Need To Raise Funds For Unexpected Medical Bills?

Do You Need To Raise Funds To Save Your Home? Pay Off Your Mortgage?

Do You Need To Raise Funds To Start Your Own Business?

Whatever The Reason You Need To Raise Funds,

You Can Do It For Anything You Can Think Of.
The Twenty Thousand+ In One Weekend Guide is the only blueprint you will need to raise up to $30,000 in funds in one weekend. It contains everything you need to get started.
You will receive: A 15-page step by step fundraiser blueprint/guide, checklist for preplanning and day of activities, fundraiser flyer samples, fundraiser pledge sheet, participants time sheet and access to everything you need for a successful fundraising day.
The guide is only $11 (your only investment). The planning, organizing and actual fundraising activity can all be done for FREE. Everything is explained step by step in The Twenty Thousand+ In One Weekend Guide.

A $11 Investment Can Turn Into A $20,000+ Return In One Weekend!!
Create Your Own Stimulus Package!

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