yophotoman's journal of diy projects

**     Current Page:  22 Subip is managed by Kratos Websites: helping you win on the web   April 22nd 2019   **
on this website
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About This Site .................. pg 1
DIY Sailboat .................. pg 2
DIY Rowboat .................. pg 3
DIY Wood Shed .................. pg 4
Amateur Radio .................. pg 5
Radio Station .................. pg 6
Radio Clubs .................. pg 7
Christian Author .................. pg 8
Bible Websites .................. pg 9
The Iconclast .................. pg 10
Gardening .................. pg 11
Photography .................. pg 12
Writers Guild .................. pg 13
DIY Computers .................. pg 14
 
About & Contact Laptop Icon
Contact Form .................. pg 20
About The Author .................. pg 21
Donate To Projects .................. pg 22

Contact me with the contact form
or call Cell: 727-412-3603
(write first, your not on my contact list, so I probably won't answer unknown numbers)
Donate To Johnny's Projects

I always have projects underfoot, DIY events that interest me and benefit our household in some way or another. However, my retiree budget does not always easily support these extra expenses. This page is for the purpose of allowing family and close friends to donate funds to my Pay Pal business account to assist with projects. I'm not soliciting funds from anyone else. This page is just a convience for my closest people.

The Donate button below takes you to a Pay Pal page where you can donate using Pay Pal or a debit or credit card. The title (invoice) will say Kratos Websites, my business name before I retired. It also says for the purpose of Kratos Websites which means nothing. Apparently Pay Pal doesn't want me to rename the invoice to something else. The donation page looks like this:

Donate at Paypal Example

On Going Projects
Donate at Paypal
Use This Button

On the Pay Pal donation page you can either do a one time donation OR set up a recurring payment where your card is debited every month. Interesting that for years this was ackward but now it's simple.

The current financial project is replacing a failed Nikon D40 by building up my Pay Pal account over time. It's auto focus lense failed and a replacement is very hard to find. Those I've located, cost nearly as much as another camera. A repair is just as costly. So, replacing the old D40 with a new Nikon D3500 is the plan. Of course there are always long range projects planned, like replacing a car and a new roof on the house.