Do you trust the internet? Recent poll suggests internet is reason people are more informed
It used to be that when you told someone you ‘read something on the internet’ they would roll their eyes and immediately dismiss what you say as not factual.
How times have changed! According to a recent Pew Research poll, more than 7 in 10 people believe the Internet has made them better informed than they were 5 years ago.
When it comes to online news, LifeSiteNews was way ahead of the curve.
When it comes to Life, Family, Faith, and Cultural issues – the choice is clear! You have made LifeSite the #1 online news agency when it comes to reporting exclusively on these vital issues of our day.
I hope you will make the decision today to make a generous donation to support this growing news agency.
With 17 years of experience as an online-only news agency, LifeSiteNews is now the go-to Internet source for alternative pro-life and pro-family news.
In fact, over the past three years, LifeSite has experienced literally explosive growth, from just a few million visits a year to nearly 30 million!
We know, based upon the feedback we have received from you, that this growth is due to the objectivity, professionalism, timeliness, and truthfulness of our reporting, combined with a growing distrust of mainstream news.
We are now one week into our Christmas Fundraiser, but we have only raised 15% of our necessary $200,000 goal!
You can also donate by phone or mail.
Whatever you can give, whether its $25 or $2,500 – every donation counts!
Our Christmas fundraising campaign is the MOST important campaign of the year! It ensures that we can continue our investigative reporting into next year, and survive the lean winter months.
Of course, there are lots of news agencies out there. But there is only ONE LifeSite, completely dedicated to promoting the Culture of Life, and powered by a stellar team of professional, full-time reporters, working long days, and digging deep into the stories that matter most!
At LifeSiteNews we are never satisfied with simply reporting what others are reporting.
In every case we ask, “Is this true?” And if we aren’t sure, then we go to the people closest to the story to find out. Sometimes that can mean a lot of extra work. But we feel that it is worth it.
There is literally NO other news agency on the planet that does the in-depth, difficult, investigative and professional reporting on the life and family issues that LifeSite does.
Truth is our standard. It is the goal we seek, and the measure by which we judge our work.
And if the past few months are any indication of what is to come for 2015, we have our work cut out for us!
Major battles have been waged this year, and many more are looming in the upcoming months. From abortion to same-sex ‘marriage’ to the battle for religious freedom, 2015 is shaping up to be unprecedented in terms of breaking news.
LifeSiteNews wants to be there to provide the stories that you won’t hear anywhere else! As well as provide you with facts and commentary from leaders around the world who are in the trenches of this battle for culture every day – who you would otherwise never hear from on any mainstream news outlets!
Though we provide our news service to the public free of charge, this kind of investigative reporting is not free for us to produce. As our readership grows by leaps and bounds, so do our expenses.
That’s why I need your help today! Please make the most generous donation you can this Christmas to help us reach our fundraising goal of $200,000 by Dec. 23.
With MILLIONS of people coming to our site each month, it would only take 200 people making a donation of $1,000 for us to surpass our goal.
It would only take 2,000 people donating $100 to achieve the same results.
We promise to bring you every breaking headline and provide more background information and original reporting from a pro-life and pro-family perspective than any other mainstream news outlet.
What is that kind of promise worth to you?
Please let us know with a generous donation today.
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