I was hoping I wouldn't have to send out a last minute distress alert during our Christmas campaign –-

But we are short $100,000 of our absolutely minimum $200,000 fundraising goal…and we only have 3 days left.


We have spent much of 2013 expanding our mission around the world to keep up with the growing demand for our news reports.

But now, in order to sustain that growth, we need everyone who depends on LifeSiteNews, the #1 pro-life and pro-family news service, to make the most generous donation they can!

If you have already donated, we thank you so very much. 

Towards the end of a campaign, we get phone calls and emails from supporters who have already donated asking what else they can do.

Please spread the word to friends and family that we are in need!  Now is a great opportunity to share with them the importance of our ministry.

Share our newest video, or the video from our Christmas campaign last year – both of these videos really get to the heart of what we are all about here at LifeSiteNews.

If you have not yet donated, please consider making the most generous donation you can at this time. 

I know it might seem like an insurmountable hurdle to overcome, but this past summer we had over 3,000 people donate to our campaign in the last few days!

If only 1,000 people donated $100 we could reach our goal.

Will you help give the gift of truth with a $100 donation today?
That’s less than $10/month to help bring pro-life and pro-family news to over 20 million people around the world.
To make a donation online, for any amount, whether it be $25, $50, $100, $500, or $1,000 or more, click here.
To make a donation by phone or mail, click here
I hope you will agree it’s totally worth it!

Thank you for your support,

Steve Jalsevac
Managing Director


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