Every Member Has A Story

Every Op4G member has a story behind why they joined and the cause they support. Send your story to support@op4g.com.

Stephanie A

Stephanie A

Stephanie A is one of CUMAC’s biggest fans. In her words, “CUMAC is an amazing, multipurpose agency that does an incredible amount of good…They bring peace and comfort to a community with high need”.

So when CUMAC joined Op4G, Stephanie followed. She soon realized that Op4G surveys are “always interesting and often about topics [she] cares about”. They also give her an opportunity for “consumer activism” in support of products with “high social and environmental standards”. Just as importantly, Op4G surveys allow Stephanie to raise real funds for CUMAC. Already she has raised $100, bringing the total donations for CUMAC to $600. According to Stephanie, “It makes me feel richer than any fancy clothes, meals, or cars could!”

Thanks to Stephanie’s screened out survey, CUMAC was selected as Op4G’s Non-Profit of the Month! The timing is fortuitous – CUMAC is in “particular need of help at the moment”. The area it serves has “not recovered from the recession; living expenses are astronomical, jobs are scarce and wages are stagnant, which has left a huge portion of the population struggling with hunger”. So join Stephanie and complete a survey for CUMAC!

Dan H

Dan H

Dan H knows the importance of finance and economics education. As a 15 year employee of Province Mortgage Associates, he has met numerous adults “who would have benefitted greatly” from a basic finance and economics lesson in their youth.

Several years ago, this belief prompted Dan to volunteer at Achieve-A-Bowl, a fundraising event for Junior Achievement of Rhode Island. He has now served as a Team Coordinator at the event 3 times. Recognizing Dan as a loyal volunteer, JA of Rhode Island recently informed him of Op4G and encouraged him to register. “It sounded like a fun and worthwhile cause, so I joined”. Since joining, Dan believes that he has qualified for 1 out of 5 surveys, which “means a lot of entries for JA into the sweepstakes!” He has enjoyed completing surveys, which he describes as “often quite interesting”. But more importantly, he has raised “roughly $35 for the charity” as well as earnings for himself. “I like that I can support a favorite charity but also get compensated a little for my time”.

Beverly C

Beverly C

Beverly C, a previous Op4G Volunteer of the Month, has a penchant for helping animals. She often cares for those found by her daughter, who works in animal control. She also completes Op4G surveys for our Non-Profit partner, a Refuge for Saving the Wildlife!

Beverly first heard of Op4G when she received an invite to join. She accepted, as she “enjoys giving back”. In the two years since then, Beverley has qualified for about 7 out of 10 surveys. With each survey, she felt that she learned something new!

But Beverly’s favorite aspect of the Op4G model is the rotating Non-Profit of the Month. In her view, this allows Op4G to extend its impact and “help more people”. Thank you and congratulations, Beverly!

LouAnna E

LouAnna E

LouAnna E is one busy woman. She is an academic advisor and professor at an Indianapolis university, she is a weekly volunteer for “Wheeler Mission” (a homelessness charity), and she is an active Op4G member!

For LouAnna, Op4G allows her to fit more charitable work into her full schedule. “I like that by responding to surveys I can support a non-profit during those times when I can’t physically volunteer”.

That lucky non-profit is our partner, Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana. LouAnna selected Gleaners because she cares deeply about food insecurity. Now, “Every time I complete a survey, I know that I’m helping feed people here in Indianapolis!”

In fact, with her Op4G earnings, LouAnna has already helped feed 60 people in her community!

Erin B

Erin B

Erin B is not new to survey-taking. In fact, she is a member of several survey groups. Often, these groups recommend other market research organizations. That’s how Erin learned about Opinions4Good!

Immediately, Erin knew that Op4G was different. It allowed her to “make money for my family and help out others just by partaking in surveys”. Eager to “help out whenever possible”, Erin promptly joined the Op4G panel.

Since then, Op4G has lived up to expectations. Erin describes the surveys as “usually pretty interesting”. She also says that she has earned over $100 for herself and charity! “It makes me feel good to do what I can to make a difference and help others”.

Darlene J

Darlene J

Darlene J was once an avid volunteer for the Salvation Army. Recently, looking to get back into volunteer work, she started conducting google searches. She came across Opinions4Good and was impressed – a chance to earn money for herself and a non-profit, all from the comfort of her own home!

Darlene soon registered and selected the Non-Profit of the Month as her beneficiary. She has since received survey invites “everyday”, qualifying “a lot”. She enjoys the surveys and finds them “not long”.

Through her efforts, Darlene has earned $25 in just 3 months, in addition to her charitable donations. By surpassing the $20 threshold, she qualified for a payout, which she described as “fast”. She’s currently on pace for another payout this quarter. Keep up the good work, Darlene!

Bill L

Bill L

Bill L knows a thing or two about giving back. He regularly volunteers to assist disabled veterans in his community. Hence, when Bill learned about the Op4G model, it truly resonated with him. “Op4G is not just there for money for themselves; they give back and that is very important”.

Upon registering, Bill selected the New Hampshire SPCA as his non-profit beneficiary. He is proud of his choice, calling it a “worthy cause” and the “best I could have picked”. Now, Bill is able to help not just his fellow man, but also some furry friends.

Jodi J

Jodi J

Jodi J has great friends. In fact, that’s how she learned about Op4G! She joined the Op4G panel soon thereafter, in late 2015.Upon joining, Jodi choose Animal House Shelter as her beneficiary non-profit. Jodi credits her decision to her love of animals and the “awesome” work of the Animal Health Shelter. We couldn’t agree more!

Over the last several months, Jodi has completed 10 surveys, qualifying “about half the time” for surveys she received. At that rate, Jodi will raise a sizable donation for Animal House Shelter in no time! Thanks for your hard work, Jodi.

Charlene H

Charlene H

Charlene H joined Op4G in 2013, after a friend referred her. At the time, Charlene couldn’t decide which Op4G partner to support. In her words, “I love the charities that [Op4G] has…they are an excellent selection!” So instead, Charlene opted to support the Op4G “Non-Profit of the Month”.

Consequently, Charlene’s Op4G donations have benefitted many charities, focused on everything from animals to hunger to health. As of February, these donations total $73! Fortunately for Charlene, Op4G makes raising money for charity simple. She says “I love the amount of surveys that I am sent. I qualify [for] a lot of them”. In sum, Op4g “represents an excellent survey site”.

Sharon D

Sharon D

Sharon D understands the sacrifice of America’s servicemen/women. The Op4G Member has a daughter, son, and son-in-law in the US Air Force. Thus, when Sharon registered for Op4G, she quickly selected Still Servings Veterans as her beneficiary non-profit. In her words, “I like the work that they do…fund[ing] programs for veterans. I wanted to give back to the organization and help in any small way that I can”.

Within a year, Sharon has achieved her mission. After qualifying for approximately 75% of surveys, she has raised $50 – 100 for Still Serving Veterans. As an added benefit, Sharon has “greatly enjoyed taking Op4G surveys”. She describes them as “interesting” and “relevant to me and my family”. She also appreciates the wide variety of survey topics.

Thus, going forward, Sharon plans to ‘still serve veterans’ through Op4G. “I look forward to continuing [to take surveys]. I hope to significantly increase my donation amount”. Thank you for your service, Sharon!