Valiant Veterans

This sample client uses the method we refer to as “raising the curtain.” The system automatically fills in the next available tiles when a donor makes a donation. The tiles are uncovered from the bottom right corner, up one row at a time, to the last tile at the upper left corner.

Here is the picture as the project is just getting started:

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As more donations are made, you can start to see the “raising curtain.” Here is the picture when about half of the tiles are uncovered:

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Here is the picture almost completed:

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Refugee Aid

This sample client uses the method we call “Pick One.” This method allows for some minimal donor interaction. The donor is able to pick one tile at a time, as donations are made. The donor can pick any uncovered tile in the picture.

Here is the picture when the project is just getting started:

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As more donations are made the picture starts to become more clear. Here is the picture with about half the tiles uncovered:

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Here is the picture almost completed:

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And here is the completed picture!

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Earthquake Relief

This sample client uses the method we call “Pick Two to Match.”  When the donor picks any uncovered tile, the donor will be asked “Do you wish to pick another square? If the color behind the second tile matches the color behind the tile you first picked, our benefactor will match your total donation. Are you game?” If the donor picks a second tile and the colors don’t match, there is no matching donation. If the colors match, they will be notified that their donation has been matched by the benefactor, thus doubling their donation.

The tiles would be uncovered randomly, as in the “Pick One” method. Here is the picture with two matching tiles, both red in this case, when the project is just getting started:

 

Here is the picture with two tiles with colors that don’t match, one red and one yellow, when the picture is about half complete:

 

Here is the picture with two matching tiles, both blue, when the picture is almost complete:

 

And here is the completed picture!

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