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we've really got to finish strong

 


Dear Marriage Supporter,

There are just 30 hours left in the critical year-end matching gift challenge, and NOM could lose out on tens of thousands of dollars in funding unless we finish this challenge strong.

According to the latest fundraising report, we've only accessed $121,000 of the $200,000 in matching funds that have been made available to us. $79,000 is waiting to match any contribution we receive, dollar for dollar.

But the catch is that the match is only good through the end of the year — just hours from now.

I know I can count on you, so I am asking you to do two things right now:

  1. Please make an emergency year-end financial contribution to support NOM. Your gift will be matched dollar for dollar, doubling its effectiveness.
  2. Please forward this request to one of your friends or family members who might be willing to also support us.
Give your support today!

This year-end fundraising period is the most important of the year for NOM. It's when we raise the largest portion of our annual budget. If we are not successful in reaching our $200,000 matching fund goal, we're going to be in trouble going into 2016, and may have to cut critical programs.

It's an awful feeling knowing that matching funds might go unclaimed because some supporters did not make their end-of-year contribution to NOM. Let's make sure that doesn't happen by finishing the year strong.

Again, please make your own year-end gift (which will be matched by generous donors) and forward this email to at least one friend who might also be able to able. Thank you for your support!

Faithfully,

Brian S Brown


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