actiongrl wrote:Good hearted suggestion: scale your ideas back to what you can afford to do on your own. Your current tack puts you in a time-honored position of setting yourselves up to spend more time flailing with the struggle of pulling off what you have heard you're "supposed" to do out there than getting out into the city, meeting people, and getting beyond the idea that your camp is all you have to offer. Why not pitch in with another camp that already has some of these resources you desire, or just bring a few things you can scrounge/obtainium/afford and throw your energies into volunteering as a similarly wonderful way to offer something to BRC and make new friends?
One of the central tenets of the community is self-sufficiency, which is doubtless why you are seeing some snarky responses to your sig line and continued requests for donations.
Just a thought.
Our group hasnt asked for financial assistance, or for valuable items but simply put it out there that SHOULD anyone have any of this stuff lying around in the way, we'd appreciate it.
Posted: Wed Feb 23, 2005 2:30 am Post subject:
Here I am! Your dream manager. I'm based in San Diego. Where are you? I am actively trying to recruit volunteers for all facets of a theme camp. I am also actively trying to find funding for such a camp. At the moment I am pitching it to local firms. Wanna talk about the idea? !
"Our group hasnt asked for financial assistance..."
"I am also actively trying to find funding for such a camp."
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