theCircle is an anti-profit project that seeks to help the queer community through charity and education. Right now, we are currently focused on receiving used binders and sending them to those in need. firstname.lastname@example.org
So, many of you have been using the ‘contact us’ field of the website as a means of entering the raffle contests, which is totally okay but on the whole, a little confusing and not very organised (that’s our fault, don’t worry).
As a means of correcting this, I spent a little bit of my day creating a better way of entering the raffles. I plan to discuss with Ira whether the ‘Contact us’ section will remain in place and we have a separate page for the application form but for now I just templated up what the new form is going to look like.
(Note: I may update this form several times in the next week or two so don’t get too attached).
Just wanted to check with you guys about the kind of language that’s being used and how accessible this form will be overall. After all, it’s going to be you that is using it.
All feedback welcome in our current contact form.
What kind of questions would you be willing to answer? (E.g waist/bust size, age, address etc.)
Obligatory question mark?
I’ll be contacting you about how to ship it out to you.
The next binder we’re raffling out is a 3XL Tri-Top from Underworks. Bigger folks, this is a rare opportunity, so look out for the details that I’ll be posting later on in the day.
My apologies. I’m going to have to reschedule the feed due to technical difficulties. It’s nothing severe, but I’ll need time to figure it out.
I’m hoping for Tuesday, and I’ll keep you updated.
Thanks for your patience,
The raffle will take place live on Thursday, March 8th, at noon (Arizona time zone) on our tinychat page that we used last time. More details will be posted as we get closer to the day.
Anonymous said: I'm Sorry, You Have Probably Been Asked This Before But A I'm New To Your Blog; Do You Ship To Toronto ? Sorry For Asking I Was Just Interested .
For now, yes. It’s cheapest to ship within the US, since this is where I live right now. Matt lives in the UK and accepts binders from there to give out to save on shipping costs. I have yet to ship anything to Canada, so I’m giving it a try.
On that note, I am in desperate need of UK donations.