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Fluoride Action Network fundraiser
« on: December 10, 2008, 07:00:29 pm »
I received this from Paul at FAN. I hope some of you patriots can consider helping out.

FAN Bulletin 1013: Looking for a "Super Angel"

December 10,  2008

Our annual fund drive - launched yesterday - has got off to a rather slow start. We have raised just $355 in the first 24 hours, bringing our current total to $955. However, this total does not include donations sent in by mail.  Thank you to everyone who has donated.

Meanwhile we are looking for a "Super Angel."
Last year several very generous people (our "super angels") offered a dollar-for-dollar match for donations up to a given amount over a given period. For example, someone last year offered $2,500 if we were able to raise that amount within a week.  Knowing that a donation over this period might be doubled proved to be quite an incentive and created a lot of fun this end. We are keeping our fingers crossed that we might get one or more of these "super angels" to do this again this year. We will keep you posted. 

Here again are the details for FAN's 2008 Fund drive. Please give as generously as you can.

Our goal: $80,000 by midnight EST on Dec 31, 2008.
Raised to date: $955.00

Donations are tax-deductible. FAN is a project of the American Environmental Health Studies Project, which has 501(c)(3) non-profit status, so your donations are tax deductible. Make sure FAN gets some of your hard earned money not Uncle Sam!   

Donate online or send a check. Making a secure donation online is very easy and quick to do.  Simply click here.  However, we pay a commission on each donation for this excellent service, so if you wish to make sure we get every cent of your donation please send us a check made out to FAN and send to Paul Connett, 82 Judson Street, Canton, NY 13617.

A special thank you gift. A brand new 28 minute DVD, consisting of a compilation of comments by over a dozen distinguished professionals explaining why they oppose fluoridation, has been produced by Kevin Hurley and edited by Michael Connett.  We believe that this video will be a tremendous help in convincing academics, doctors and local officials that fluoridation must be halted.  According to Michael, this will be FAN's best video yet.  The DVD will be ready at the end of December and we will be sending it as a thank you gift to all those who donate over $100 to our 2009 fundraising campaign.

Paul Connett