Posted by Jeff from bgp01107368bgs.wbrmfd01.mi.comcast.net (126.96.36.199) on Monday, July 22, 2002 at 9:06AM :
In Reply to: questions and suggestions posted by Stella from 12-248-16-41.client.attbi.com (188.8.131.52) on Monday, July 22, 2002 at 4:28AM :
: One question about the name of the fund. do you want people who are recieving the aid to know what community this money is coming from? I think it's important to have others acknowledge which community this money is coming from. However, that does not necessarily need to be presented in the name. It could be the description of the background of the trust fund. We can include all the names in that statement.
>>>> That sounds great. I don't think the name of the fund should have the name, but in the background or mission statement or something, we can be more clear. This way we can avoid the "Aprims".
: I dig the Humanitarian Relief Fund.
>>>>> Haaaay. About the name...originally I was thinking we should just wait and have those who donate decide, but I'm starting to realize that we have to think of a name beforehand...duh. Let the donors decide everything else.
: Also, are we talking only medical care? Or is there room to expand to academic aid? Like for more books and school supplies? What kind of cases is this fund specializing in, if anything specific at all?
>>>>>> I was thinking, (though it's not up to me), at first we could work on helping people with medical aid...and after a few success stories, we could expand the aims of the organization to include non-medical (whatever it may be) assistance.
Have I convinced you to donate $10 this year?
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