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She came around again this week, and simply said, “Lunch is Friday. It’s a holdover from my Catholic days.”I can’t keep coming up with excuses, but beyond that, I don’t think it’s right for her to ask everyone individually.
Whenever anyone has had a fundraiser for school, Girl Scouts, etc.
This is the first time I have ever had another employee come up to me and ask me for money.
Martin outlined the pair's drastically different experiences in a series of tweets that has since gone viral.
As Nicole's supervisor, Martin said he was always under pressure from his own boss to make her more efficient, since work often took her longer.'I figured the reason I got things done faster was from having more experience,' Martin said.
(By the way, ours does ban it with an exception for “various charitable campaigns, which will be planned and executed by the Company,” but I’m still curious as to whether it would be considered normal somewhere for this kind of solicitation to occur.)I have another issue with this: I don’t give money to organizations unless I know who they are and what they’re going to do with the money.
I live in the South, and my politics are definitely out of place here; I don’t want to give money to an organization that may turn around and use it to denigrate minorities (religious, political, racial or otherwise), advocate against marriage equality, or any of the numerous other issues on which I disagree with the local congragations.