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Good Scout Improves the Donor Experience

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goodscoutThis is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Good Scout.

I am a volunteer. I have been as long as I can remember. It started in Catholic school as being part of our church and then it continued on into Girl Scouts, high school, college and then the Junior League as an adult. Now I also give back through my own two Scout troops that I help lead plus volunteering at my kids school.

However, there are many times when I just simply don't have the time and I prefer to give money instead. And many people are that way. They will also give money when they can to help support others in their communities, nationally and globally. Even when I give time, I still give money.

I like giving money and knowing that my donation is helping a cause that I like. This makes me feel good and like I am making an impact. Many folks are particular about how they like to be asked for money and that is where Good Scout comes in.


The Good Scout Group is a social good consultancy that helps brands. They survey everyday people like you and I then teach companies how to take smart, impactful and sustainable leaps in how they do greater good. I love companies that give back!

Whether you give online, during your retail experience, in the mail or through an event, Good Scout wants to know about it. The giving of both our money and time is increasing each year and Good Scout can help companies really improve your overall donor experience. Good Scout wants to know about your donor preferences, how often you donate and what really motivates you to give. Good Scout wants to help the charitable industry evolve to meet donor needs.


I want to ask you to take the Good Scout survey and tell companies how you like to give back. Good Scout is looking for survey participants plus they are having some focus groups about the total donor experience. If you are selected to participate in the focus group, you will receive an Amazon gift card valued at $20.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Good Scout.

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