A: We're asking for donations today.
B: What are you collecting donations for?
A: We're trying to raise money for the campaigns.
B: How much are you planning on raising?
A: As much as possible.
B: What kind of fundraisers are you doing?
A: We are going door to door.
B: You should try actual fundraisers, too.
A: What else can we do?
B: Try having a car wash or selling candy.
A: I didn't think of that.
B: I know. It'll also help you make more money.
A: We're trying to get donations.
B: What are you getting donations for?
A: We're getting donations for the campaigns.
B: How much money are you looking to make?
A: As much as we can.
B: Are you doing different fundraisers?
A: We're just going door to door.
B: You should do something else.
A: Do you have any suggestions?
B: Try a car wash and selling candy.
A: That is a good idea.
B: You'll make more money that way.
A: Would you like to make a donation?
B: Donations for what?
A: It's for the campaigns.
B: How much money are you trying to raise?
A: It doesn't matter how much.
B: What are you doing to raise money?
A: We go door to door asking for donations.
B: You should try other fundraisers.
A: Like what?
B: You can always wash cars and sell candy.
A: That's a great idea.
B: That'll help you make more money.