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This is it.

The end of 2012, the beginning of 2013 and the last ask for the 2012 Christmas campaign.

If you have not made a donation yet, would you consider a $5 donation?

We would only need a small fraction of our readers today to donate $5 or more to easily take us past our bare minimum goal of $150,000.

$10,000 is still needed to reach the goal. We know you can do it. We have come a long way these past three weeks and are now so close.

Please keep in mind that the campaign goal is just to cover the most basic operating expenses for the next three months. It does not, for instance, include our large, outstanding legal defense bills that have yet to be addressed.

The campaign thermometer will be kept on the LifeSiteNews website to the end of this week for the addition of mail-in and call-in donations delayed because of the holidays.

*Note that US, International and Canadian donors can call in donations via our US office at 1-888-678-6008 x 923, or directly at (540) 635-3131. If the line is busy please try a bit later or leave a message for a call back.

US donors, keep in mind that your donations can be claimed for a 2012 tax deduction.

Thank you to everyone who has donated this Christmas! You are heroes for life and family.

Many of you have left encouraging comments with your donations about the importance of our mission.  We truly appreciate them.  Your feedback means everything to us and has re-energized the staff as we move into the new year. 

Lastly, from all of us here at LifeSiteNews, we wish you a happy new year. We can’t wait to serve you in 2013 and are raring to go. 

God bless,

John-Henry Westen, Steve Jalsevac, and the entire LifeSiteNews team!

 

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