The Guillotine Life way of giving

The Guillotine Life way of giving

Below is everything about why we donate and how we cut through the chase when doing so.

Why We Donate

At Guillotine Life, we itch to have a net positive impact on the world. Rather than starting our own charity or volunteering at one, we have adopted the philosophy of “earning to give”. Click here to find out more about the concept of earning to give


How Much We Donate

We pledge to donate 2% of our 2023 and 2024 revenue to charities. We revisit this amount every year with the intent to incorporate and maintain a healthy base line of giving as an integral part of our business. Whether our company is in financial boom or duress, we are committed to donating a percentage of each sale according to our pledge for the year. 


How We Donate

We have a very “Guillotine Life” way of giving.

We promote a lifestyle of cutting to the chase while minimizing wasted time. Similarly, when it comes to giving back, we strive to give the most effective way possible. This is why we support Give Well’s philosophy of supporting “charities that save or improve lives the most per dollar.” Click here to learn more about GiveWell.


What We Donate


Malaria, a major cause of death in sub-Saharan Africa, is most commonly transmitted through mosquito bites. Roughly, every $5 dollar we donate to this cause gives one Long Lasting Insecticide Treated Net towards the cause of preventing malaria. Click here to visit our fundraiser page. 

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is a powerful micronutrient that promotes robust health and prevents deaths in children. At $1 per vitamin supplement, we can help fight vitamin A deficiency, promote healthy lives, and even save lives. Click here to learn more about this cause.


To Whom and Where?

We are based in Atlanta Georgia and have chosen to donate internationally as opposed to locally. This is because donation dollars have the highest impact in lower income countries. In contrast, the problems in high income countries are more complex, leading to more expensive solutions and marginal impact. In lower income countries, the smallest donations can make a big difference and even save lives.