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Mark Foster, writer at UNILAD, reported on Prince William donating the salary from his new full-time job as an Air Ambulance pilot. UNILAD is the United Kingdom source for worldwide news and trending topics.

Prince William Takes Full Time Job, Donates Wages To Charity

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By Mark Foster | UNILAD | 7/17/15

Say what you like about the royals, but Prince William has taken a full time job as an Air Ambulance pilot and will donate his earnings to charity. Many who criticise the royals say that they aren’t special, and should get a job like the rest of the country has to. It’s a fair point, and one that Prince William has taken quite personally. The heir to the throne will be working with the East Anglian Air Ambulance service, putting his time in the RAF flying search-and-rescue helicopter missions to good use. William has vowed to work four days on, four days off in a shift pattern that will allow him time to attend to his other duties, as well as see his family. Speaking to a news crew, Prince William stated that:

“I feel doing a job like this really helps me to be grounded and that’s the core of what I’m trying to become. I’m trying to be a good guy, to do what I can and trying to be a decent individual.”
With a yearly wage of around £30,155*, the prince will donate the entire sum to an as yet undisclosed charity. No news sadly on whether Prince Harry will be working in an off license just yet, but we’ll keep you posted. *£30,155 is approximately $47,000 USD

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Prince William Donates More Than Just His Salary To Charity

Prince William donates more than just money to charity, he is contributing his service to make a difference in the lives of many people in need.  An RAF trained search-and-rescue pilot, is applying his helicopter mission experience and combine it with his desire to help others in a job that is a perfect match of skills and passion, piloting an air ambulance.

Your supporters don’t have to be princes or princesses to make the kind of impact. They too can change the world for the better by applying their own passions and skills to benefit nonprofit organizations.  When someone can be of service to your organization, they will feel more connected to your cause, receive a sense of personal fulfillment, as well as fill a particular need that your nonprofit may have.  The trick is knowing what skills people have to offer to match with the needs of your organization.

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In essence, donating a service or skill is something everybody is capable of giving. Whether your organization is building houses for families displaced by a natural disaster, or your org is too under-funded or under-staffed to complete a project/business plan/social media marketing campaign/etc., letting supporters help with a donation of their skills is a win-win for both. Custom mobile-friendly forms can be used to generate volunteer interest surveys and sign-up forms for the “donation” of time, passion and expertise that will best serve your nonprofit.

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Matching volunteers to meet your needs ensures supporters are physically engaged to your organization’s mission, and the donor builds confidence in knowing their time and talent made a difference.

Mobile messaging is ideal for communicating volunteer opportunities and surveys, sign up forms and “Thank You” videos or messages through customized text messages to show your supporters the appreciation they deserve.

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