When you see the coffee cans on a counter asking for donations to help out a person with a serious illness---

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When you see the coffee cans on a counter asking for donations to help out a person with a serious illness---

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There are usually one or two coffee cans around town with a picture and note about a person who has fallen seriously or terminally ill and need your donations. Obviously these are different people, families and situations every time.

Do you--
--donate to the can?
--send a check to the person/family?
--donate to a bank account set up for them?
--organize your church, workplace, friends, family, etc. to REALLY make a donation to help?

I always put my change in the can and donate a check for what is my extra money that week to their bank fund. I have been that person and did not get any help when I needed it, so I really want to make sure I make their ordeal a bit easier.
07/28/2012
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I'm painfully unaware of my surroundings because of my ADD. I rarely notice the cans (or anything else for that matter). When I do, I put change in them if I have any.
07/28/2012
PeaceToTheMiddleEast PeaceToTheMiddleEast
I will put change in them sometimes.
07/28/2012
ashley2424 ashley2424
I always drop my loose change in the can to help out!! Been helped myself before so know every little penny helps!!
07/28/2012
KyotoAngel KyotoAngel
If I have change or a few one dollar bills I tend to put it in, same goes for those bell ringing santas with the red pots.
I'd give more if I had it though.
07/28/2012
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