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The Art Bundle for Good brings together dozens of great digital art lessons by the top art instructors all for one low price. The best part is that 25% of profits go to charity! You can find a list of some of our previous art instructors by clicking here: Online Art Classes
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If you are not 100% satisfied with the Art Bundle for Good, please email me within 30 days for a full refund. I just ask that you take 2 weeks to try a few of the courses and resources in this massive Art Bundle for Good. Is that fair? There are 108+ products worth over $4900 and the vast majority of the proceeds go to reward contributors and the charity.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the Art.BundlesforGood.com?This site brings together top online art courses, resources and tools to bundle them at more than a 95% discount for a limited time. 25% of the gross profits go to a worthy charity. Most of the revenues go to reward contributors for providing their resources and promoting the sale. Each bundle only lasts for a few days and then it is no longer available.
Who is behind BundlesforGood.com?My name is John Bardos. I have an old blog at JetSetCitizen.com where you can learn more about me and my family's journey to selling all our belongings to focus on more meaningful projects and experiences. BundlesforGood.com is my latest venture to contribute more to the world.
Why do you give profits to charity?It's very important for me to maximize my impact in the world. I believe all businesses and individuals have a responsibility to do good in the world. Committing to give a big percentage to charity is a way to support worthy causes AND give great deals on valuable online resources.
Why do you give 25%?In similar projects, a common range for donations is 5% to 10%. I feel that is low. 25% of profits will make a bigger impact on the organizations we contribute to.
At the same time, this business needs to invest and grow in order to maximize its social impact. Giving away too much of the profits will jeopardize the long-term viability. 25% is a large percentage that still leaves profits to hire staff and reinvest. Over time, this will help Bundles For Good maximize the total contribution.
How much have you raised for charity?Thanks to all the contributors and purchasers of Bundles for Good, we've raised US$81,654 since 2017. We are slowly getting closer to my $1 million goal.
What the Charities SayBundlesforGood has become one of our primary sponsors. Your donations are helping some of the most vulnerable people in Bangkok. A family can live for as little as $100 so the money you contribute is changing lives. Thank you to all the contributors and purchasers! Courageous Kitchen loves you! - Dwight Turner - Courageous Kitchen
Thank you to all the Bundles for Good contributors and purchasers. The Hope Effect will put your donation to good use. - Joshua Becker - The Hope Effect
Thank you John and all the Bundle for Good contributors for your donation to Free Arts! Your donation will help Free Arts serve over 22,000 children this year. Through your contribution, Free Arts will be able to provide art and mentorship to children in need in Los Angeles. Thank you once again for your generous contribution. - Tom Earl - FreeArts.org
There are too many resources here, I’ll never have the time to go through them all.That is the great thing about a massive bundle like this, even if you only use a few products in the Art Bundle, it is still great value. More than 100 products for $97! WOW!
How will I get access to all the resources?After you purchase, you’ll be given access to a private member area on the website with downloadable PDFs, links and codes to each of the resources in the Art Bundle. Most of the resources are accessed just as if you purchased them individually from the course creator. If you have any problems accessing a particular art resource, email me and I'll help you.
How long will I have access?For downloadable resources like workbooks, PDF based courses and some of the video courses, you’ll be able to download the products right to your computer to keep forever. The coupon codes and initial access will expire in 6 months for most of the products, but once you sign up, you’ll get long-term access. Just make sure you sign up within those 6 months. I recommend accessing the resources you want in the first 3 months or so, just to make sure.
What if I already purchased some of those products?Then you are already familiar with the quality of some of the resources in the Art Bundle for Good. With more than 100 products in the bundle, I'm sure you'll still find amazing value in the remaining resources. Even just 3 or 4 of these products will more than cover the purchase price.
30 Day Money Back GuaranteeIf you are not 100% satisfied with the Art Bundle for Good, please email me within 30 days for a full refund. I just ask that you take 2 weeks to try a few of the courses and resources in this massive Art Bundle for Good. Is that fair?
There are 108 products worth over $4800 and the vast majority of the proceeds go to reward contributors and the charity. Please contact me directly with the email you received after your purchase. Contacting PayPal will delay your refund.
What charity are you supporting?For Art Bundle #5, we continue to support Courageous Kitchen, a bootstrapped charity helping refugees in Thailand. As little as $100 per month can get a family off the streets in Thailand. Courageous Kitchen founder, Dwight Turner, is featured in this short video below.
Urban Refugee: Bangkok was filmed and directed by Tara Milutis of Milutis Films.