Originally Posted by JennInSeattle
But isn't that what Karen doesn't want? Isn't the point of her doing this (besides to raise $500 in a day) to keep the cost low so someone who can't afford a $300 soaker can enjoy her product while still donating to Samuel and Levi?
Somehow, I just don't think that Karen would mind if the person who won donated it for auction. Nor do I think that it would be wrong for the person who won it in the raffle to keep it.
I personally would feel guilty for a windfall of a custom KSS for $5 raffle purchase. And I have numerous KSS products, so I don't feel that I need it. But that's my situation and my feelings and what I said earlier in this thread is not meant to be universal.