Statement Of The Problem


The Solution




OWP Coin


The Current System Of Giving


Money To Charity.


A Revolution In Establishing Donor Trust


Fundamentals Of Blockchain Technology


What do I gain in using crypto to do




Who Are We?


Our Intelligent Giving Solutions


The OWP’s Telehealth Platform


Donor Tax Benefits


Breakthrough Tokenomics


Mission Control Center


Frequently Asked Questions


Our Road Map:


Our Team


Disclaimer Statement



Charity donations are a sizable industry, and we believe they could be even larger. Annual philanthropic donations worldwide are anticipated to exceed $500 billion. In 2015, the US donated $373 billion, Australia donated $134 billion, and the UK donated £10 billion. In the United States, not-for-profit organizations earn more than $2 trillion annually. Additionally, charity giving is not reserved for the wealthy. While high-net-worth donors in the United States gave an average of $25,509 to charity in 2016, the average family gave $2,520. Additionally, charities maintain substantial cash reserves.

However, we believe that more transparency might result in a huge rise in money donated to charity worldwide. After all, when we know precisely where our money is going, it's only natural that we'd want to donate more. (OWP) is a brand-new, patent pending Stake to Donate™ giving/charity protocol that exclusively provides telehealth to needy families who need quick access to board-certified doctors. OWP also solves many of the problems donors face when giving to charity. OWP's scalable solution uses blockchain and smart contract technology to make giving easy, restoring donor trust through transparency, accountability and efficiency while providing free health care to uninsured and underinsured US families in need.

All donors get a charitable tax receipt from a qualified 501c3 charitable organization and are current in their filings with the IRS and have this special tax-exempt status. All donors can receive these deductions by donating healthcare to one needy local US household of up to 8 family members (can be located anywhere in the US), including grandparents. OWP delivers the in-kind donation on behalf of the donor and secures the charity tax donation receipt via a smart contract in the donor's name. OneWorldPlan will donate 5% of the purchase of the supporter's choice to any of the 1.5 Million + US charitable organizations listed on the OWP platform. Charities have no direct access to donor contact information. OWP's Stake To Donate™ is the future of intelligent giving!

While the global charity donation sector is estimated to be worth $2 trillion, headlines in recent years have highlighted the sector's stumbles due to corruption scandals, gross inefficiencies, inflated expenses, and misappropriation of funds. In addition, in some circumstances, donors are perplexed by the lack of outcomes. For example, the continual decline in trust among potential donors is understandable: 35% of US citizens have little or no faith in philanthropic institutions, as reported by Essential Research. Similarly, in the UK, charity trust has declined from 6.7 out of 10 as seen in 2014 to 5.7 in 2015, with 33% of those polled citing the impact of recent scandals on charities' image as the key reason for their decrease in donations. So naturally, the impact of declining donations is frightening; in the United States, 52% of charities are underfunded and unable to meet the worrisome growth in demand for their services.

Unsurprisingly, donor confidence in non-profits has been rapidly eroding. According to a 2015 poll, more than three respondents lacked trust in charities and charitable organizations. Donors are demanding greater responsibility and charities and are examining ways to improve their transparency and accountability.

Agencies report on their progress and where funds are coming from on their websites and yearly reports. Often, the crowdfunding recipient is also the project's executor, reporting from the field.

Aid recipients report on their progress. This is particularly noticeable on websites where organizations allow donors to contribute to a particular person, cause, or project.

Organizations such as GuideStar, Charity Navigator, and the Wise Giving Alliance monitor and rank charities. However, the resources available for these studies are limited to publicly available information from charities. Donors frequently lack a single point of access to information about how their money is being used and must rely on the information given. The data is fragmented and, therefore, difficult to compare to those of other agencies.