Since our last update, we have received four new donations totaling $245. Thank you for your support!
Because of our new matching grant, this has been doubled to $490 (leaving $255 left to the grant, which expires in 6 days).
This brings our grand total to $16,451.11. Our goal is $25,000.
Matching grants are an ideal way to give and encourage others to give as well. If you wish to offer a matching grant to help us make our goal, please contact me at [email protected].
You can make two different types of donations:
- First, you can make is a single donation of any size.
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Recurring donations are particularly helpful, since they allow us better to predict and plan for the future. We have added several new levels for recurring donations. Please visit our Donations page for more information.
We can also customize the amount of a monthly donation. There are, moreover, other ways to make monthly donations besides Paypal, although it is the most convenient. For more details, contact Mike Polignano at: [email protected]
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