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We Need Additional Members

 



Marriage Supporter — The backbone of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) is our members, those individuals who commit to make a minimum contribution of at least $35 annually to support our work. With the dawn of a new year and the start of a new presidential administration, NOM needs to increase our membership to be effective.

We need 500 people to step up during the remainder of January with a contribution of at least $35. Will you help?.

I'll make a $35 membership contribution to support NOM

I'll make a $50 membership contribution to support NOM

I'll make a $100 membership contribution to support NOM

I'll make a $250 membership contribution to support NOM

I'll make a $500 membership contribution to support NOM

I'll give a larger membership contribution to support NOM

This year, 2017, will be a pivotal time in our campaign to restore marriage, protect religious liberty and promote the truth of gender. New Supreme Court Justices will be appointed, important legislation protecting marriage supporters considered and likely passed, radical bureaucrats in the IRS who target groups like NOM removed, illegal decrees on gender reversed, and many other advances for our issues.

But these things won't happen all by themselves. NOM is the leading group in the country at the forefront of advancing our issues, and we must be in a strong position to continue to push our positions. That's why it's so important that our supporters step up at this critical time with a membership contribution of at least $35.

Will you be one of the 500 people we need in January to make a membership contribution of at least $35? I'm counting on your help.

Faithfully,

Brian S Brown


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