Wines for Humanity Opportunity
Our Wines for Humanity Directory Rep is: Chuck Keller
About Wines for Humanity, by Chuck Keller:
Share your passion for wine while helping the homeless.
Are you passionate about wine? Do you love drinking wine, talking about wine, learning about wine, tweeting about wine, cooking with wine, collecting wine–even dreaming about wine? Many life coaches recommend “doing what you love and the money will follow.” What if you could share your passion for wine with others and help raise funds to prevent families from becoming homeless at the same time?
Wines for Humanity is an Illinois-based company that conducts in-home wine tastings and donates a portion of the proceeds from each tasting to charity. Since its founding in 2007, Wines for Humanity has donated over 2.8 million dollars to various charities and organizations working in the prevention of homelessness in your local community.
At Wines for Humanity we have a passion for wine and a heart for others.
Are you ready to take the first step toward the change you have been dreaming about? As an Independent Wine Advisor, you will conduct in-home wine tastings for 14-16 guests, earn a substantial commission, and help raise money for charities in your community. You don't get to quit your day job right away, but if you are interested in becoming your own boss and doing socially responsible work that is meaningful to you, then please reply to this ad to schedule a brief phone interview to learn if this might be right for you. You can be a part of something wonderful and positive this year.
Message From Chuck Keller:
I am a Wine Advisor with Wines for Humanity. I love being able to share my passion for wine, continue to learn about it, all while meeting new people, making money and making a difference in my local community.
Costs Involved with Starting a Wines for Humanity at Home Business:
Name: Chuck Keller
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