Don’t make my only option setting up recurring payments that “can be easily canceled later”.
Don’t send me a giant welcome packet with branded swag.
Don’t continually send me mail.
Don’t keep asking me to “renew” my “membership”.
Just let me make a donation, and then use that money to do whatever good thing your organization does.
That’s all I want.
I am so inspired by Nial Giacomelli’s The Diabetic Journal. This is a personal project, an application to help manage all the overwhelming variables in a diabetic’s life, that has grown beyond personal use and into something that Mr. Giacomelli wants to distribute absolutely free as a smartphone app. He’s made no profit on it and will make none. He’s looking to Kickstarter simply to allow him to focus on the app, to get it out the door with more features and a more streamlined UI.
I have no horse in this race; I’m not diabetic. But I’ve been through a lot of health-related crap. I can only imagine what it must be like for diabetics to have to manage their illness every single day for the rest of their lives.
This app would help them. And it would be free.
But things are looking bad. The word’s not getting out, or people don’t understand, or some other problem is keeping the project far from its goal.
I’m a backer and I want The Diabetic Journal to get my money.
If you’ve got anything you can send, anything at all, please. For once, here’s a Kickstarter that isn’t about personal profit or entertainment or special perks. It’s about helping people.
Isn’t that something that’s really worth Kickstarting?
Back The Diabetic Journal