My local Safeway store always asks me if I'd like to donate an extra dollar to their charity of the month. Call me a Scrooge, but I seldom donate.
In Denver recently, a Safeway store asked me if I'd like to donate my coin change to the same charity. I said yes. I would almost always say yes to this question.
Which question generates the most money for the charity?
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Loose coin change. Much easier to say yes.
Kinda like the difference between a shake-down and “brother can you spare a dime?”
Great post. The loose change question has to generate more money. Who could say no to such a small request?
Don’t know about you but I find I’m not as attached to change… I want to get rid of it… and I’m somehow more attached to dollars. Go figure! Great distinction on the part of the vendor.
I would have to agree with the small, loose change. Hate carrying all that extra weight!
Donating change is easier, would like to share this franchise opportunity which I came across –
should be a great business opportunity as they have over 23 years experience in franchising, offers support without all the usual franchise fees.
being intercepted by a vagrant is the easiest way of loose change.
Of course the last one, we have to know how ask a question.