Project Pupper has no interest in just existing as a charity, or simply helping out with a few local issues. Our goal is to only take on problems where we can make drastic changes and in many cases create or force a solution completely. We don’t want to continue donating to the same causes year after year. We’re dragon slayers exclusively, we don’t want to just help with a cause, we’re here to actually solve them. We solve them by identifying the weak points in the system, breakdowns in efficiency, bottlenecks on progress, and most of all by finding trigger points that will cause drastic and long lasting changes. Some of the most common trigger points we look for that lead to massive change, drastic social action, or complete elimination of problems are outlined below with relatable examples.
The methodologies we commonly employ to successfully eradicate an issue
Self Proliferation Model
Charitable Institution Monetization
When introducing one new species into an ecosystem change’s the system as whole. In the wild an invasive species tends to be identified as one who proliferates quickly and lacks the natural ecological constraints of the eco-system allowing it’s growth and effects to go completely unchecked and often have exponentially larger effects than their initial introduction would suggest. In practice we use this methodology to maximize efficacy in very much the same way invasive species introduced into a new environment go about changing it completely. This methodology is actually quite complex but the primary driver for an invasive species is the ability to spread quickly and most of all a lack competition or natural predators. So if no one has introduced a type of solution to a problem into the charity ecosystem often a newly created highly adapted one specifically made to thrive in the current climate with no competition will outperform even our wildest expectations and proliferate wildly often solving problems beyond the scope of even our initial intentions. The hallmarks of this practice is either introduce something new, without competition, pre-adapted to thrive or to produce a butterfly effect. A butterfly effect is where a small change in one area of system produces unimaginably huge changes elsewhere.
This is the solution methodology that is probably the most unique to us. It’s a strategy we often use in conjunction with other’s especially for extremely large initiatives without direct solutions. We use our connections and knowledge of existing charities within the space to create a syndicate or team of charities and working together on a specific action plan utilizing and maximizing each charities strong suits. We share in the infrastructural load of the task using a unified framework and each use each other’s most effective outlets to most completely capitalize on all of our work and donations. So instead of our efforts being combined the efficacy is multiplied and our effect can be exponentially larger than all of us could achieve separately, even if we were to all independently target the same cause simultaneously. Syndication allows us all to shed our weakest points and all adopt all the strongest aspects of each member in the group. Making each member vastly more effective than any one charity could be on its own.