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UPDATE: With only 2 days remaining we still need to raise $90,315 to meet our MINIMUM goal. We also still have $13,659 left to match of the $25,000 matching gift for all new monthly donations. We need your help to reach our goal and continue bringing you pro-life and pro-family news. Please prayerfully consider making a monthly donation, of any size to help us meet our match! WE NEED YOUR HELP NOW MORE THAN EVER. 

September 25, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – We are now in the critical final few days of our Fall fundraising campaign! In fact, with only 3 days remaining, we still have $108,775 or 46% left to raise to meet our absolute minimum goal. (Click here to donate). 

Additionally, we have $14,620 left to match of the $25,000 matching gift a generous donor has offered for anyone who becomes a monthly supporter in the next 3 days! Your first monthly pledge will be doubled, if you sign up before September 27th! 
 
I am humbled, and greatly encouraged, by the thousands of supporters who have responded so far with donations, encouraging comments, and prayers. Reaching our minimum goal is still possible…but only if everybody who reads this letter pitches in with what they can, even if it’s just $5 or $10! 

Please consider becoming a monthly supporter or making a one-time donation of whatever amount you can afford today! 

Our community of supporters have allowed us to travel on-location to provide video coverage of breaking events like the David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt hearings in California, the Freedom March in Florida, and the delivery of our 33,000 name petition to the heroic 10-year olds in the UK who refused to cave to LGBT indoctrination at school. 

These are the kinds of events that are not being reported in the mainstream media! None of these and similar events that we cover would receive ANY media coverage if LifeSite did not exist. That is a shocking reality! 

And in few days several LifeSite team members will be travelling to Rome to, organize, participate in and live stream to you the historic Roundtable discussion to discuss the Amazon Synod threat to the Church.  
 
After that our journalists will stay on site in Rome to report on the Vatican’s entire Amazon Synod. You can count on us to provide news reports unlike any others on this Francis papacy attempt to very radically change the Catholic Church.  

By joining our community of supporters today by giving a monthly gift or even a one-time gift, you enable us to continue reporting and providing irrefutable hard evidence on these crucial news developments! 

We know that just as “a city on a hill cannot be hidden,” the Truth cannot be silenced. It must be proclaimed. 

So far over 342 new people have become Sustainers, and have helped us reach 41% of the $25,000 matching gift! If you’d like to become a monthly donor and have your gift matched, you can find out more about becoming a Sustainer by clicking here.  

If you’re not ready to commit to a monthly gift, and you would like to give a one-time gift today, you may do so by clicking here.  

We must raise $108,775 from this campaign to continue providing the same level of hard-hitting, investigative, and unique news coverage that cannot be found anywhere else!  

We are counting on you in this late hour to help us reach our goal. We simply cannot continue without the faithful support of our readers. There is still much, much more to be done. 

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