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I'm Asking: Would You Make a Donation for "Free" Services?

I'm Asking: Would You Make a Donation for "Free" Services?

Not that I'm one to turn down a little something for nothing to save money, and take advantage of museum free days or other no-fee exhibits while traveling, even gratis concerts in the park can have people asking for donations to keep these things a reality.Still the reality is, seeing the donation bin doesn't always make people toss in money or it'd be overflowing daily! Even Google's free holiday Wifi program has a giveback option. If you're looking for a way to spread holiday cheer and generosity, you can make a charitable donation to one of three organizations, and the company will match it up to $250,000 — whoa, now that's some pricey WiFi!

If faced an optional donation, especially for a service you'd ordinarily have to pay for, do you offer up a little something in exchange?

Source: Flickr User andreadg

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mek123 mek123 6 years
Yes, I will contribute to the donation box.
Spectra Spectra 6 years
Yes, I would definitely donate something. No need to be stingy about things.
syako syako 6 years
Yes normally. Especially if I have cash on me, which is rare.
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