‘s quThis is a great fund raiser with no out of pocket cost to the diabetics or their families giving opinions on any company. So far I have submitted 36 places that I frequent or companies that I order from, or companies where my children are employed. It’s quick and easy and so far I have raised $72 for T1D. Give it a try and when I found out that you could click on the option of the business not on the lists, I came up with lots of local places that still count. Give it a try, it’s a great fundraiser idea.
It sounded strange but I was intrigued enough to try it. I’ve done one so far and it was easy, although more questions than I thought there would be. It still only takes a minute or so. Really clever way to raise money for an organization!
1 minute or less is a pipe-dream in my experience. More like 5 minutes. And this is coming from someone who is very good with tech and questionnaires.
Yes I went for the whole enchilada and gave 75 feedbacks thus contributing $150 to T1D. It is a great way to contribute to a very worthy cause!
I don’t think I will do this …. The idea is wonderful, but my days are consumed with caregiving of multiple elderly family members, so the less time I spend on the computer the better care I can give. I really don’t want to have one more online account and login to maintain. That may sound selfish, but after 40 years in the computer field, less screen time required is my goal. What about asking us to submit diabetic product improvement ideas to raise money? I would be willing to spend time on the computer for that.
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Being rather opinionated, yes, I frequently give opinions. However, most are hard won scars experienced over 70 years of picking up the lance and charging full steam ahead. I have experienced as many hard knocks as well as an occasional success or two. The college of hard knocks is extremely difficult–it gives the test first, then the lesson afterwards.