Yes - I saw this coming. I wanted to participate, to support you (as you're a great community member here), and to be a part of what could become an interesting project, but you've alienated me and others by the way you've done this.
If you'd made $7300 the target, but stated that tokens will be divided proportionately between people who donate in the first X hours / days, and any extra funds are there to be used in ways that will be determined by the newly established ASDGC, it would have been great. But it has disappointed a few people who might have been keen supporters / contributors, and you've missed out on more resources that people keenly wanted to contribute.
Just saying 'sorry, too late' to people like Jabba who's been so keen and excited to be a part of this seems like a great shame, and you can't expect him or others who missed out on being part of 'the team' to contribute enthusiastically while feeling excluded.
Anyway, congratulations on quickly meeting your target!
Oh well, a lesson for next time perhaps?
Or could you do something like ask the new ASDGC if they'd like to open up new applications to the ASDGC from those who contributed to the crowdsale within the first hour in return for not refunding them?