Yes, but we don’t actually know where the money goes. There’s no PR opportunities with the CEO of Fiverr giving some charity an oversize check for $345230751, for example.
I just want to know if anyone actually received their t-shirt…I certainly won’t donate to charity via a middleman, but that’s my lookout. You do realize that a lot of charities use donations to pay for their overpriced board of directors instead of the cause they use to drain the pockets of people who care? I’m not saying that’s the case here, but with nothing to show, one has to wonder.
Personally, I remain of the opinion that Fiverr loves the “aren’t we nice?” PR and promoting it, but drops it like a rock immediately for next month’s drive Remember movember’s forum effort, which had the most easily manipulable poll AND asked members to send in pictures of their mustache–without fixing the broken image feature ? As soon as that was up, boob cancer’s time in the sun was done). I can’t even remember their thing this month. I think it’s the ad thing asking people to beta test it. God, why? Half of Fiverr’s alpha stuff is slightly broken, why on earth would anyone risk being a beta experiment?!
@misscrystal–yeah, this should have been in the ranting pot :). Either way, if I’m going to be held to high accountability by Fiverr, I want to return the favor.