What is some questions for a patron donation list for church

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Woud you explain this more, please? What is a "patron donation list"? What do you use it for? Who do you send it to? Why do you need questions for it?

PATRON DONATON LIST - A list to help you with a fund raiser.  It is basically  more of statements than questions.  First you type a brief statement at the begining of the paper explaining who and what your fund raiser is about. Second(example below)

1. I would love to help you with your fund raiser.________________________.

2. God loves a cheerful giver. ___Donator's sign on the line behind statement.

3. Here is my donation, now leave me alone._____________________________

4., 5, l6 7, 8, 9, 10 and so on. _____________________________

You can make the statements funny or serious. Hope this helps.  Have a blessed day.

Barbara

 

God loves you and so do I.

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