"Yes, I would", I told the interviewer. "I like being with my wife at night and I'm not good at asking people for money." After telling her that, I mentioned a great way for them to raise money. It's something that I do in my spare time on eBay, which is buying stuff cheap and selling it for an average of 340% profit. Heck, their office space (which is in an old motel building and reminded me of "The Dallas Buyer's Club) is huge and there's plenty of room for an operation like that. But after that suggestion, the girl's blank expression and "we'll be looking over all the resumes during the next 48 hours" speech told me that I was Grassroots Campaigns history. :) That's okay, but at the same time it's rather sad knowing they have a corporate attitude when it comes to fund raising. To them, it doesn't seem to matter whether your eager to make a difference, or not. Instead, their focus is maintaining a human mill, with people similar to those depicted in The Wolves of Wall Street.
I would tell them that its clear that they care about the cause and they want to help with progression. Their support is really important and crucial and they best was they can help benefit the cause they believe in is by donating.