Date: December 22, 2008
Subject: The Power of One - Make Your Year-End Donation to DrugSense
We've recently talked a lot about change, and we want to remind you that it begins with each and every one of us. One Letter to the Editor. One phone call to a legislator. One blog post. If each of us did just one of these once per month, the chorus for the reform of our nation's ineffective, illogical, and immoral War on Drugs would multiply exponentially and rise to be heard by those empowered to render change.
The power of one also applies to money. If each person who receives this message - each one who believes that the drug war is wrong, counterproductive, stupid, expensive, or cruel - made just ONE year- end donation www.drugsense.org/donate, the engine that drives drug policy reform will survive these tough economic times. With change at hand, now is NOT the time to let support slide. Your one donation could make a substantial difference, just like that one letter, phone call, or post.
With only a two weeks left in 2008, please make your year-end donation to DrugSense RIGHT NOW! Tax rules may well change with the new Congress, so don't forget that your contribution to DrugSense is tax deductible today.
Just click this link for our electronic donation options: *
You can also donate by check made payable to:
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* REMEMBER: You can select a monthly plan to provide us with automatic, recurring support. Please sign up for whatever you can afford. www.drugsense.org/donate
LOW INCOME READERS: Don't send cash. Help instead by volunteering. Please contact Jo-D Harrison at email@example.com for more information.
Fund the change you want to see in the world. Make a year-end contribution to DrugSense so that 2009 becomes the one year in which everything changes with regard to the drug war.
P.S. Still not convinced? Please visit drugsense.org/why_donate.htm and then help out by contributing what you can.
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