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Last Day of the Worldchanging Campaign | Alex Steffen

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Dear Readers--

Today is the last day of our campaign. We have been extremely grateful for all the support you've shown us, and we have some terrific news: due to major pledges from some key supporters, we only need to raise $1,148.92 more to realize our goal.

So come on Worldchangers! We have one day, and just a little over a thousand dollars to raise. If you value what we do on this site, please make a donation today. Donations are tax-deductible for US citizens, and any gift of $500 or more will score you not only a signed advance copy of our new book but a thank you in a special section in that book. And, every dollar you give will be matched twice, meaning WorldChanging gets three dollars every time you give one.

Please give as generously as you can before midnight tonight. I know we can make this goal with your help, and keep sharing with you the tools, models and ideas for building a better future.

Thank you,
Alex, for the WorldChanging team.

UPDATE: Worldchanging ally Jon Foley just donated $500, meaning we now need less than $600 to reach our goal. With just a few more donations, we can do this! Thanks, Jon!

Posted by Alex Steffen at April 22, 2006 11:20 AM | TrackBack


Ooh! The suspense!
Dare I ask whether you made it?

Posted by: Tony Fisk at April 23, 2006 09:17 PM
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