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NOM Needs Your Support this 'Giving Tuesday'

 



Today has been designated "Giving Tuesday" as part of a nationwide effort to encourage citizens to support nonprofit organizations who pursue important missions and ministries. NOM needs your support this day to boost our work in support of marriage, religious liberty and the truth of gender.

Show your support on this "Giving Tuesday"

Will you please take a moment and make a financial contribution of whatever you can afford — $15, $25, $50, $100, $250 or $500 or more — to support our important educational and grassroots advocacy activities?

When you make a contribution to us as part of Giving Tuesday, your contribution will be doubled thanks to a matching gift opportunity made available by a group of donors. That is a tremendous blessing, and a great opportunity for NOM at a critical time.

The matching gift campaign was launched a few weeks ago, and many people have responded. But we are considerably far behind where we need to be.

That's why I am urgently asking you to make a financial contribution today of $15, $25, $50, $100, or whatever you can afford. Your gift will be immediately matched, doubling its effectiveness.

The period between Thanksgiving and New Year Day is, by far, the most important time of year for NOM. We normally raise as much as 40 percent of our budget during these last few weeks of the year.

That's why I am so concerned that we've fallen behind. Please help us get back on track this Giving Tuesday with your gift of $15, $25, $50, $100, $250 or $500 or more, which will double in size thanks to the matching gift opportunity.

Thank you for your support of NOM, and our work in support of marriage, religious liberty and the truth of gender.

Faithfully,

Brian S Brown


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