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Children Obesity Foundation to Attract Wealthy Donors with a Healthy Tax-Write Off and a Gift Probably Worth Millions

Dec 26 2013, 10:54am CST | by

A genius idea how to donate a minimum of $33,500 and have a tax write off, in addition a great opportunity to make millions from the thank you gift. With one million dollar donation the donor can write off, $744,300 and have a windfall once the companies goes public.

Boca Raton, FL, December 26, 2013 --(PR.com)-- More than 200 million of the United States population are considered obese, fat, or overweight. Of this population, 15 million are kids. One out of...

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Children Obesity Foundation to Attract Wealthy Donors with a Healthy Tax-Write Off and a Gift Probably Worth Millions

Dec 26 2013, 10:54am CST | by

A genius idea how to donate a minimum of $33,500 and have a tax write off, in addition a great opportunity to make millions from the thank you gift. With one million dollar donation the donor can write off, $744,300 and have a windfall once the companies goes public.

Boca Raton, FL, December 26, 2013 --(PR.com)-- More than 200 million of the United States population are considered obese, fat, or overweight. Of this population, 15 million are kids. One out of every three young people is overweight, and the number of overweight and obese children is increasing at an alarming rate.

Obesity is now becoming the single biggest and totally preventable health issue that drives up the cost of health care. You can help save lives from premature deaths and reduce the cost of obesity on healthcare.

As part of its contribution to saving lives, Trimland Inc. (www.mytrimland.com) has created a social network to help fight the obesity epidemic. Trimland Inc. has donated stock valued at $300,000 to Children Obesity Foundation to be given as a gift in the amount of 1000 shares for each donation of $33,500 dollars. The net write off for any donor is $24,810 per unit of 1000 shares.

For philanthropists and corporate donors, Trimland Inc. welcomes your donations. For a minimum of $33,500 donation, you could have a tax write off. With a million dollar donation, the donor can write off, $744,300. This translates into aiding a worthy cause with the opportunity to receive additional profit when Trimland Inc. goes public.

The stock is to be delivered to donors on or before December 31, 2013. Any shares not used as a benefit will be returned to Trimland Inc.

Do not miss this gift-giving opportunity worth millions of dollars, tax write off as 2013 tax year draws very close. For information on how to save our children from obesity and contribute toward this mission of reducing children obesity visit www.obesitystops.org.

Children Obesity Foundation Inc. (COF) is a nonprofit 501(C) (3). The organization is a national health education resource that helps children, their families and communities to address all factors that lead to obesity and the development of obesity-related health issues, such as, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, pulmonary and joint disorders, high cholesterol and low self-esteem.

Children Obesity Foundation's mission is to provide assistance to the local communities, children, parents, teachers and healthcare professionals on how to prevent and treat childhood obesity proactively by implementing healthy living skills through nutritional education, physical activity classes, empowerment programming, books, videos, films and lay foundation for healthy behaviors that will reduce obesity risk and promote health over the course of a lifetime.

Help our kids build a healthy generation by joining us at www.obesitystops.org. It’s all about a lifestyle change. Children Obesity Foundation supports the First Lady’s initiative “Let’s Move” to build a healthy nation.

20283 State Road 7, Suite 300 - Boca Raton, FL 33498 Office: 561-237-4258 Direct 561-347-1200 amos@childrenobesityfoundation.org.

Contact Information:
Children Obesity Foundation Inc.
Amos Knoll
561-347-1200
Contact via Email
www.obesitystops.org

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