Not sure why I'm bothering since this thread is vaguely trollish, but anyway...
Unfortunately, people don't tend to donate/give money in any consistent manner unless you can offer them a service they desire. Online, that often takes the form of doing artwork commissions, livestreaming stuff people like to watch, etc. If you don't have such a skill, it doesn't matter how many people look at your fundraising pages--you're screwed.
As well, you kind of HAVE to convince people to like you or they won't feel interested in donating. Whenever I see fundraisers and such for sick people around here, they succeed mostly because those sick people have large families and support networks that care about them and can get the word out...I highly doubt somebody unknown like myself would achieve a similar result if I were the sick person in need of funds. You have to get people to like you and you have to know how to network. Many people with social anxiety lack both of these skills.
And finally there is the fact of what is currently going on in the world. If you thought it was hard to get donations before, it's going to be SUPER hard to get donations now. Everyone
is too preoccupied trying to survive.
i believe people with people phobia and social anxiety needs to be full supported with money by goverment or whatever it is either because it is crippling mental disability
That can happen...if you apply for it and then hire a lawyer to help you out with your appeal after your claim is initially rejected. The government isn't going to just throw money your way because you believe you need it--you have to prove it.
Take this or leave it, I'm out.
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Det. Devetko: "Definitely."
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