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Have you donated a Royal Australian Mint Donation Dollar?

By Mark . Created on 10 Dec, 2020
The Royal Australian Mint released the world’s first Donation Dollar: a one dollar coin designed to be donated. According to new research, three in five (57%) Australians say they would be likely to donate this coin if found in their change. Will you donate it?
Lifestyle 123 votes | 4 Comments
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NO

YES

YES

I haven’t seen one.

I haven’t seen one.

It went into my coin collection.

It went into my coin collection.

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I haven’t seen one.
JellyKat said on Dec 14, 2020
I have been paying by card, no cash
NO
Grant said on Dec 13, 2020
Donations, charities begging for money - over it - everywhere you go - media, events - give us money. The new multinational growth industry - charities set up as NGOs - well paid management jobs with about 7% going to the actual cause. Preying on people's goodwill - always want more.
NO
Pamela said on Dec 14, 2020
Agree completely - what is more pathetic is these so called stars and political correct wannables fund raising on their behalf - they get generous tax-payer handouts. It is big business hiding behind the face of a charity - Red Cross recently advertised for 3 Donation Co-ordinators at $160,000 pa.
NO
Scott said on Dec 14, 2020
So true - Charities and NGOs have increased 120% over the last 5 years - big money to be made out of generous (uniformed) people.
I haven’t seen one.
Aaron+Nolan said on Dec 13, 2020
57% are a donation dollar? That’s pretty good given the state of the times where we are encouraged, enforced and warned not to use cash but cards and phones. <br/>Great concept. Poorly executed. What genius came up with that. <br/>As Mrs said, the silence is deafening.
I haven’t seen one.
Mrs said on Dec 10, 2020
Saw something in the media to say this was happening. Then deafening silence on where and how to get them.