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Pay it Forward

 


Dear Marriage Supporter,

Today is #GivingTuesday, a day when we as Americans pause amidst the rush of sales on Black Friday and Cyber Monday to consider whether simply buying more stuff or getting good deals on Christmas gifts is the investment we need to make.

Today I invite you to think about the best gifts your parents and grandparents and all of their generations gave you. Was it a particular toy or gadget? Or was it something of greater worth that doesn’t have a price: a real “value” — such as faith, or family, or commitments in conscience to doing the right thing and speaking the truth in and out of season?

On this #GivingTuesday, I ask you to kindly consider paying that gift forward. Make an investment today in future generations, and help ensure that religious freedom and the value of true marriage can be celebrated by our own kids and grandkids. What better thanks can we give to those who passed on these things to us than doing our best to ensure they’re still around to be passed down a few generations hence?

Whether you can afford $25, $50, or even $100 or more today, please consider, in the spirit of giving that today celebrates, making a generous donation to NOM and supporting the work we do for the generations of Americans that will come after us.

And here’s an added incentive: every gift we receive between now and the end of the year is being generously matched by a donor, so your contribution today will be doubled!

One of the best gifts we can give is thanks. In thanks to the generosity of those who fought so long to preserve and pass down their values to us, I hope you’ll find a similar generosity today in response to this appeal. Know that for whatever you’re able to give, you’ll have my deepest thanks, and I will remember you and all of those to whom you are thankful in my prayers.

Faithfully,

Brian S Brown

PS: If you didn’t already see our video we released yesterday, please take a look, and take some time as well to sign our petition in support of Jack Phillips and Masterpiece Cakeshop as that case heads to the Supreme Court!

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