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Dear LifeSiteNews readers,

This is our last last call for all donations to the LifeSiteNews Fall campaign! Can you donate $10 towards the work of the LifeSite mission? give.lifesitenews.com 

This quarterly campaign, 25 Years: A Legacy of Life, officially ends today!  

At the time this is being written, donations have reached 79 percent of the $500,000 minimum goal, but with your essential help LifeSite will prevail and help build a Culture of Life for decades to come. 

Just this week alone we can honestly say, where would this world be without LifeSiteNews? A week ago, our journalist Patrick Delaney broke the horrific story of a father of seven, Mark Houck, and his family, being terrorized by the FBI.  

That story told FIRST on LifeSiteNews, brought massive attention to the radical Left’s injustice against this pro-life Christian family. It has also ignited a nationwide call for investigation of many other similar cases of abuse by the U.S. Department of Justice and the Biden administration’s use of the FBI as their personal Gestapo to terrorize those who disagree with government policies.  

Because of all this, LifeSite has received extensive media exposure in American media. Our reports are being widely quoted and our lead journalist on the story, Patrick Delaney, has been interviewed on several media programs. 

With this news, we are excited to share with you a new exclusive experience for all who become monthly donors today and this weekend! Next week we will be airing the “Sustainer Segment,” an exclusive LifeSite show which features YOUR questions being answered by a LifeSite staff member. Next week will feature Patrick Delaney! He will answer questions directly from our Sustainers (monthly donors) on this story and any other topics covered by LifeSite. You can be a part of this exclusive opportunity by becoming a SustainLife monthly donor today! give.lifesitenews.com 

When you become a monthly donor, simply leave your question for Patrick in the comments with your donation. 

In our email correspondence throughout this campaign, we wanted to take you on a journey. A journey of how important LifeSiteNews is to the issues of life and family. LifeSiteNews has been there for stories ranging from the highest echelons of power to the smallest districts in the United States and other nations. These are the stories that matter most to you. 

As we celebrate 25 years, we look forward to the coming 25 years and we continue to stand for life, family, faith, and truth. 

After today, we will no longer be asking for donations to the campaign, but feel free to donate over the weekend and next week. Campaign donations will gladly continue to be received. 

Do you still rely on LifeSiteNews as your main source of news? If so, we ask if you would kindly consider a donation of any amount to help keep our mission of sharing the truth going strong. 

Even just $10 from many can make a huge difference. We understand many of our readers are having a tough time because of the economy. Please know we realize the uncertain times we are in and have seen when many people help, the load is much lighter. 

Whether you wish to become a SustainLife monthly donor or just make a one-time gift, please stand with us! give.lifesitenews.com 

May God bless you,   

John-Henry Westen
Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief

Steve Jalsevac
Co-Founder and President
LifeSiteNews.com

On behalf of the entire LifeSite team

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