I know I'm like a lot of parents when it comes to school fundraising, I'd rather write a check than do the "heavy lifting".

A Reddit user decided to craft a letter to the PTA that finally breaks down how parents would really like to donate and it's hilarious!

Reddit User Charlie Oliver captioned the post and his letter is hilarious and also truthful.

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“This fundraiser is in lieu of sending students home with the task of selling door-to-door, collecting money and delivering goods,” the letter reads, going on to list five hilarious donation options.

For a $10 donation, you can admit, “I do not want to bake, so here is the money I would have spent on cupcakes.”

For a $50 donation, you acknowledge, “I do not want to walk, swim or run in any activity that has the word ‘thon’ in it. Here is the money I would have spent on my child’s ‘FREE’ T-shirt.”

Parents who want to designate a specific amount can use the last option: “I am making this donation to express my appreciation for having nothing to buy, sell or do except fill out this form.”