People are inherently GOOD.
Do you do what you say you will do?
OR is it all talk?
I did a social enquiry via Facebook and asked the following question:
If you had (ZAR) R5 ($0.07) to give would you:
1. Give it to a beggar on the side of the road
2. Buy chocolate or wine
3. Donate it to a crowdfunding site for a mobile app to help millions of people.
The results were amazing:
- 1 person said they would choose 2. because charity starts at home. (Honest answer)
- 1 person said they would choose 1. because it's the easiest option. (Honest answer)
- 65% said they would choose 3. Donate it to a crowdfunding site for a mobile app to help millions of people
This was an amazing discovery of what people say they would do vs what they would actually do. You see, I have had this fundraising campaign for a while and no donations. So it got me thinking. Am I asking the wrong questions?
SO HERE IS A CHALLENGE FOR YOU IF YOU DARE!
How many of you:
- Spend R100 per month giving to beggars?
- Spend R100 per month at the casino?
- Would like to give for a good cause but never get round to doing it?
My Goal is to get a donation from 1 Million people. Any amount you believe in your heart is good, will help.
Then I challenge you to send this to your friends and family and see if their hearts are as big as your.
GO AHEAD, DO SOMETHING GOOD!