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money left on the table

 



With everything going on with the election and all the noise out there in the culture, it’s easy for people to have missed the big announcement last week that a generous group of donors has come together to match every contribution we receive for the balance of the year up to a total of $100,000!

While some of our supporters have stepped up with a gift so that we can access an equal amount from the matching funds, many people have not yet contributed. We've raised less than 10% of what we need, meaning that right now over 90% of the matching funds represents money that is being left on the table.

Please act today by making an immediate financial contribution so that we can take advantage of the opportunity that has been made available.

Double the Impact of Your Support!

This is the most important time of year for NOM, as we head into the final period of critical elections, and then prepare to advance our agenda in the aftermath of the election. Your gift of $25, $35, $50, $100 or even $250 or more will make a tremendous difference to us. Not only will it help us pursue the critical work we have before us, but it will double in effectiveness thanks to the match that has been offered.

We have a tremendous group of committed supporters, and we're so grateful that several of them have come together to offer to match every contribution we receive, dollar for dollar, up to a total of $100,000.

Please make an immediate gift of $25, $35, $50, $100 or even $250 or more, which will double in effectiveness thanks to this matching gift opportunity.

Your generosity at this time is urgently needed.

Faithfully,

Brian S Brown


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