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I remember early on in the game being told that if I donate money to the camps lockbox, that I can use these funds to improve the camp.
Up until early chapter 3 (where I currently am, so no spoilers please), this is what I did: Taking funds from my personal savings, then upgrading the camp with what I'd just put into the contributions.

However, I just accidentally bought an improvement without actually having the enough in the camp funds and lo and behold, it took what was needed from my wallet as I had more than enough there.
If it can just take funds directly from me, why in the world would I ever want to manually contribute to the camp?

Contributing valuables is nice and convenient, but now I'm wondering what benefit (if any) exists for donating my hard earned cash. I don't see a way to remove cash, so it's not like it's a safe place to store personal funds...
Plus, if the camp was fully upgraded, couldn't I just accidentally donate too much, leaving extra in the lockbox with no way to get it back (which I haven't quite done yet, so I cannot test.. perhaps you get cut off..)?

  • FWIW aside from doing whatever is required for the fast travel, I never bothered my ass contributing and it seemed to make little difference. – Alan B Mar 26 at 15:34
  • @AlanB - Same. I literally never used anything the camp provided. There wasn't a single point where resources felt scarce and that I needed to dip into the supply at all. The whole impact of having an upgraded camp pretty much seemed pointless by the time I finished (minus fast travel like you said). – Broots Waymb Mar 26 at 15:37
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It can increase your honor.

The reason that this helps is self-explanatory. Some people in your gang will be more positive to you, you can get discounts on a lot of restaurants, and you will have a lot of benefits from people (apart from enemy gangs like the O' Driscolls, of course).

In conclusion, it increases your honor, which gives a lot of benefits.

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