Let’s take a few variables and do some TARGET math (U.S. only). Assume each state has ten TARGET stores. Each one has an average of 5 lines open, 12 hours a day, servicing one $50.00 purchase every 3 minutes, this would equal about 11 billion dollars a year. If 5% were given to the needy, this would mean their U.S. stores donate more than ½ billion dollars a year.
The Mormon 45 million amounts to less than 10% of what U.S. TARGET stores alone contribute to the hungry.
Yes, this would make TARGET’S revenue more than twice as much as the LDS church (?unknown), then again, TARGET’S main business isn’t taking care of the needy, such as shall we say, a church’s should be?
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