Adapting COVID & The Wandering Capitalist Manifesto

Hey, Hey, Hey, Ladies and Germs –


Over the years, people have visited The Wandering Capitalist to view pics, videos, and blog posts from far off, exotic lands. Yes? Well this year has been a challenge to say the least… but I can still dream…..

Right now I am COVID dreaming to be back in Bagan, Myranmar – Make note – this is the coolest place that no one has ever heard of:

(Bagan an UNESCO city – think the pyramids of SE Asia – and now back to our regularly scheduled program in CHICAGO)

A few weeks ago I saw this sign up at my corner restaurant:

A simple mantra for complicated times.

Well, here is how The Wandering Capitalist rolls (i.e. adapts) during the summer of COVID:

Hey now.


And Now, The Wandering Capitalist Manifesto –

Given the times we live in, with racial tensions high, the mission of The Wandering Capitalist is more important now than when we started the Charity over 7 years ago.

The Wandering Capitalist is a 501C3 public charity that raises money for organizations that serve at risk and underprivileged youths with an interest in entrepreneurship and small business ownership.

In our view, the best way to combat racial inequality is to provide equal opportunities for success to minority/underprivileged kids so that they can make successful lives for themselves. Their success then begats more and other success to the people they touch…and on and on…

This is what we aspire to do thru our financial support of AND volunteer activities with our charity partners:


More than anything, we preach to live a life in parallel – have fun, succeed, and do good – all at the same time. This IS The Wandering Capitalist & what we stand for.

Would you consider a small donation?

Please go to to learn more about what we do and how to easily help out. 100% of your gift goes to our charity partners. Yes, 100%.

That’s it for now.

Be cool.

And God bless.

PS – coming next – profiles on our charity partners.

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The Wandering Capitalist is a non-profit foundation that raises money for organizations that serve at risk youths with an interest in entrepreneurship and small business ownership.

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  1. Mentor Lotto – Brian Winner!
    Closest friend Lotto – Jeff Winner!
    Murray and Brian – I’ll speak for many – We are grateful for the Dubin’s!

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