Skout Is Giving Back To The Community In A Fun Way

 

As mentioned in a recent article on PR Newswire the social networking app Scout will be donating to make a wish in the greater Barre area until they reach their goal on April 28th. Users of the social networking app can give their friends or people they meet at the site a virtual gift which will be converted into a donation this is all in celebration of National superhero day. In addition to the gift, Scout also recently took a poll to find others that are considered superheroes. 80% of those polled stated they wished they were a superhero. Another fun part of the poll was to see who’s America’s favorite superhero was women said Batman and Men said, Superman. In addition to those answers on other pole, people stated that immortality was the most wished for super power. People also hold that the Batmobile is considered the best superhero vehicle. People also reported that a mask is an absolute must haves for a superhero. Regardless of what people think to make a superhero great, the average Skout user can be a superhero by donating to a good cause while having fun doing it.

 
Scout is a large global platform for networking and socializing. Scout is located in more than 180 countries and is also available in 16 languages. The platform was founded in 2007, and its headquarters is based in San Francisco. The Make-A-Wish Foundation grants wishes for children with terminal conditions. The Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation has been around since 1984 and in the first year, they granted 27 wishes. This chapter has grown to be one of the largest in the country. In its lifetime the Make-A-Wish Foundation in the Bay Area has Granite 7200 requests 370 of those for granted just last year. This chapter covers 17 North California counties.

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