Lyrica 150mg buy It goes without saying; there are times when knocking at people’s doors trying to gain supporters and donations can get tough. There are occasions where sometimes the rejection and comments can get to you, especially when you’ve done this job for a long time. But there is one thought that has come to my mind several times. And it’s this very thought that keeps me going despite whatever reactions I may get from day to day:
purchase nolvadex We knock around 100 doors every day, 5 days a week. We speak to around 175 people per week, and give them a First Aid Guide. What many of us may not think about is: we don’t know, and may never know how many lives WE have saved just by the act of giving that first aid guide to someone. Because, we don’t know how many of those estimated 175 people a week may actually end up reading that guide and using the information they learned to save a life. And if it wasn’t for you or me giving them that guide – that life may not have been saved.
When you think about that – it really hits home that we are not just doing a job knocking at doors and trying to get donations from people – we are all LIFE SAVERS.
So if you’re feeling low or not doing so great – just change your thoughts… you’re not going out to work – you’re going out to save lives!
Article by: Scott Morrison – Team Leader – Wesser Beckington Fundraising Team