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Arsineh
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edited 03/23/23 in Show & Tell

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Introducing Question of the Month. Each month we'll be sharing a new ice breaker question for you to ponder and respond to.


If you found a 20 dollar bill on the side of the road (and you had to spend it to “do good”) what would you do with it?


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Over the last couple month, Community members have been opening up and sharing the causes and organizations they're passionate about. In keeping with this theme, here is our March question: If you found a 20 dollar bill on the side of the road (and you had to spend it to “do good”) what would you do with it?

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  • If I did not see the person who dropped it, I would buy food from a local grocery store, and give it to the local shelter.

  • Cat.Cosby
    Cat.Cosby ✭✭✭
    edited 03/07/23

    I would make an attempt to find the owner. If that was not an option I would pay it forward at the grocery store 🛒 or drive thru🌯. I would head to any grocery store and scout out a mother with children or elderly and surprise by giving the cashier the $20 and get them at $20 discount💰️ on their groceries. Same goes for the drive thru, i would give the money to pay towards someone's meal. 😏 Hoping to start a pay-it forward train! 🚂

  • Nick Burrus
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    I found a $20 bill once and I bought banana chips for my pet chinchilla and dog. Every morning my dogs, chinchilla, and my little brother would basically line up for a banana chip. I was like 15.

    My brother still likes banana chips even though they're for the pets.

    Dr. St Nicholas Burrus DHA, PMP

    I build Smartsheets for the US Government, State Government, and about a dozen of the US Fortune 100s.

  • Andrée Starå
    Andrée Starå ✭✭✭✭✭✭
    edited 03/07/23

    I'd first make sure that I couldn't find the original owner.

    I would then buy food that is about to expire so I could get as much as possible for the money and then give it to those in need, either homeless or having a bad day and hoping to put a smile on as many people's faces as possible. It will for sure start exciting conversations, and it will naturally spread good vibes to others.

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  • I will handover to Lost and found department.