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My summary won’t have the same impact on you, but the main idea is that people might just do nothing if they fear that the only way to make a difference will be too hard.
If you are a walkathon planner:
- You don’t have to be in charge of the Avon Breast Cancer Walk to be doing something important. A handful of walkers earning just a little bit of money is still making a difference. A school or club out walking is spectacular. Whether the event takes three days, 24 hours, or one hour in the school gym, it’s making a difference.
For your volunteers:
- Should you ask for one or two hours vs the all day commitment? What is the right level of commitment for the people on your team?
For your donors:
- Should you put out a message that just a little is enough? Sometimes a minimum donation can mean more donations all together.