“No da el que peude, sino el que quiere” …or, “It’s not the able that give, but the desirous.”
“Folk Wisdom of Mexico” Chronicle Books, San Francisco.
If you like what InnerTuba is doing and desire to support it, any size donation – up to that required to “make it all happen” – is welcome. There’s a Donate button at the bottom of this page, but first I ask that you read this please….
InnerTuba is a project operating in business. I am self employed. I sell my “product” – live musical performances – on the open market, to generate income. Like all businesses, I submit my accounts to the tax authorities. My business is registered in the UK. So far so simple !
Like all businesses, I can generate income streams to it from a variety of sources. Inviting people to contribute to it is just one – but a good one – investment being the lifeblood of development worldwide.
In common with many projects across the world, InnerTuba has strong social and charitable aims. Our ideas and work styles exist to be “Socially Enterprising” in one way or another.
InnerTuba is in business to achieve its ultimate goal, which is to:
Pedal coast to coast across Canada, fundraising for charity and giving performances en route – the InnerTuba Trans Canada Tour.
Building toward this inevitably carries costs – but by keeping my own personal daily living expenses – shelter, food, motor travel etc – within modest but adequate limits – the needs of the project can be met quicker, as income from all sources is invested directly into it…
As well as donating online you can of course hand me money, or send cheques, in any currency, payable to J Hodkin, to:
J Hodkin (ITTCT), 6 Paterson’s Lane, Thurso , Caithness, Scotland KW14 7AH UK.
This absolutely pristine, brand new Canadian $5 bill found its way into a collection bucket for InnerTuba at a concert in 2014.
In the spirit of funding future development I intend to keep this bill – serial number HBS1652566 – as a benignly prophetic talisman, and then redeem it for pancakes and maple syrup at journey’s end, St John’s, Newfoundland, one fine morning soonish…..
Thank you. Jon Hodkin.