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Instead, if you give goods as a reward for going to school and receiving medical checkups, then this helps break the poverty cycle. On my flight home to JFK, I thought of Dominique and the soccer team that giggled at my attempt to join them on the field.

As I drifted off into sleep, I stopped myself short when I began to complain about the cramped coach seat and thought of the bed they would sleep in at night.

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And in my broken American Spanglish, he understood me. Dominique wore an orange t-shirt and a set of jersey cotton black pants, and had one of those priceless smiles that makes anyone smile right back. With a loud clap of a high-five, Dominique left with his new shoes to receive a pair of pants, a shirt, a couple pairs of underwear and some behind the one-for-one business model that Blake Mycoskie started just under a decade ago.

I stood up, my shirt sticking to my chest from sweat, and thought of my students in New York who had their first snowfall that morning.

We kicked the soccer ball around for a while and when I scored a goal the boys and I did cartwheels and celebrated like at The World Cup.

Afterward we celebrated with a congo-line-esque dance.

 A natural skeptic of businesses thanks to my hard working blue collar father (who lost his pension at age 65 when the company he worked at for over 30 years went bankrupt), I was unsure of the business model that Blake started with TOMS.

I thought it sounded great, but after hearing so much press about companies (including non-profits) that misuse for-purpose funds, I was a bit cynical.

I thought of how I went on this trip thinking that I would be the teacher. Interested in sponsoring a child at Children International?