The feedback from 20 people getting the box suggests there is a relationship between the amount of information shared about Give a Day and the likelihood of somebody delivering Give a Day in their place.
It is summarised in the following graphs.
Too little information leads to a low probability of take up and implementation.
Too much information also leads to a low probability of take up and implementation.
The sweet spot is somewhere in the middle.
The current iteration of the Give a Day box is not exactly right, but it isn’t far off. All 20 of the people receiving a box cold said they would know how to deliver Give a Day from the box alone. (Many suggested small adaptations and adjustments, but none felt they wouldn’t know what to do).