"Would you like to donate a dollar to the Children's Miracle Network?"
We've all been asked to donate as we check out at almost any given grocery store or local business.
Most of us will donate once, and then politely decline when asked again.
"No, thanks. I already have."
It's our way of reassuring ourselves that once is enough, putting our consciences to rest and avoiding any judgmental looks from the sales clerk.
But to Karen Green, an employee at Rite-Aid in Palmerton more familiarly known as "Auntie Karen," once is not enough.