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Dear Ruben Safir,

As I write this message, 4,700 people in more than 80 countries are
card-carrying Free Software Foundation (FSF) associate members.

Each of those members has made a point of supporting the FSF's work
for free software and user freedom for the long haul. They may be one
of over 700 students giving $5 per month, or someone who is able to go
above and beyond, contributing $240 per year or more -- whatever the
amount, every single associate member has made the choice to commit
their support.

You already donate to the FSF, and we deeply appreciate
that. Why not [become a member][2] today?

[2]:https://my.fsf.org/join?pk_campaign=spring18&pk_kwd=ado



FSF associate membership is $120 per year (or $10 per month -- $5 per
month for students), and comes with an array of [benefits][3],
including that member card I mentioned, which doubles as a 4GB USB
loaded with Trisquel Live, a fully free GNU/Linux distribution. Show
it off the next time somebody asks what causes you support!

[3]:https://www.fsf.org/associate/benefits

Members also receive a digital badge to display on their personal Web
site or social media profiles, up to five member.fsf.org email
aliases, a 20% discount on [FSF merchandise][4], gratis admission to
the annual [LibrePlanet free software conference][5], and other
discounts and member exclusives.

[4]:https://shop.fsf.org/
[5]:https://libreplanet.org/conference

Why do we shower associate members with useful benefits, discounts,
and flashy ways to tout their support of the FSF? Because we
appreciate them: member dues account for more than half of our annual
revenue, and with that support, the FSF has continued to upgrade
infrastructure and services for GNU and other free software projects,
kept free software activists informed and armed with attention-getting
talking points on user freedom, and advocated for the GNU General
Public License in government and corporate venues alike.

This support keeps us independent and able to put the free software
community first, always. Thank you for your stalwart support.

Happy hacking!

Georgia Young
Program Manager

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Dear Ruben Safir,



As I write this message, 4,700 people in more than 80 countries are
card-carrying Free Software Foundation (FSF) associate members.



Each of those members has made a point of supporting the FSF's work
for free software and user freedom for the long haul. They may be one
of over 700 students giving $5 per month, or someone who is able to go
above and beyond, contributing $240 per year or more -- whatever the
amount, every single associate member has made the choice to commit
their support.



You already donate to the FSF, and we deeply appreciate
that. Why not become a member today?







FSF associate membership is $120 per year (or $10 per month -- $5 per
month for students), and comes with an array of benefits,
including that member card I mentioned, which doubles as a 4GB USB
loaded with Trisquel Live, a fully free GNU/Linux distribution. Show
it off the next time somebody asks what causes you support!






membership card








Members also receive a digital badge to display on their personal Web
site or social media profiles, up to five member.fsf.org email
aliases, a 20% discount on FSF merchandise, gratis admission to
the annual LibrePlanet free software conference, and other
discounts and member exclusives.



Why do we shower associate members with useful benefits, discounts,
and flashy ways to tout their support of the FSF? Because we
appreciate them: member dues account for more than half of our annual
revenue, and with that support, the FSF has continued to upgrade
infrastructure and services for GNU and other free software projects,
kept free software activists informed and armed with attention-getting
talking points on user freedom, and advocated for the GNU General
Public License in government and corporate venues alike.



This support keeps us independent and able to put the free software
community first, always. Thank you for your stalwart support.



Happy hacking!



Georgia Young

Program Manager






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*Read and share more info about FSF membership: *

Dear Ruben Safir,

As I write this message, 4,700 people in more than 80 countries are
card-carrying Free Software Foundation (FSF) associate members.

Each of those members has made a point of supporting the FSF's work
for free software and user freedom for the long haul. They may be one
of over 700 students giving $5 per month, or someone who is able to go
above and beyond, contributing $240 per year or more -- whatever the
amount, every single associate member has made the choice to commit
their support.

You already donate to the FSF, and we deeply appreciate
that. Why not [become a member][2] today?

[2]:https://my.fsf.org/join?pk_campaign=spring18&pk_kwd=ado



FSF associate membership is $120 per year (or $10 per month -- $5 per
month for students), and comes with an array of [benefits][3],
including that member card I mentioned, which doubles as a 4GB USB
loaded with Trisquel Live, a fully free GNU/Linux distribution. Show
it off the next time somebody asks what causes you support!

[3]:https://www.fsf.org/associate/benefits

Members also receive a digital badge to display on their personal Web
site or social media profiles, up to five member.fsf.org email
aliases, a 20% discount on [FSF merchandise][4], gratis admission to
the annual [LibrePlanet free software conference][5], and other
discounts and member exclusives.

[4]:https://shop.fsf.org/
[5]:https://libreplanet.org/conference

Why do we shower associate members with useful benefits, discounts,
and flashy ways to tout their support of the FSF? Because we
appreciate them: member dues account for more than half of our annual
revenue, and with that support, the FSF has continued to upgrade
infrastructure and services for GNU and other free software projects,
kept free software activists informed and armed with attention-getting
talking points on user freedom, and advocated for the GNU General
Public License in government and corporate venues alike.

This support keeps us independent and able to put the free software
community first, always. Thank you for your stalwart support.

Happy hacking!

Georgia Young
Program Manager

--
* Follow us on GNU social at , on Diaspora at , and on Twitter at .
* Read about why we use Twitter, but only with caveats at .
* Subscribe to our RSS feeds at .
* Join us as an associate member at .
* Read our Privacy Policy at .

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Dear Ruben Safir,



As I write this message, 4,700 people in more than 80 countries are
card-carrying Free Software Foundation (FSF) associate members.



Each of those members has made a point of supporting the FSF's work
for free software and user freedom for the long haul. They may be one
of over 700 students giving $5 per month, or someone who is able to go
above and beyond, contributing $240 per year or more -- whatever the
amount, every single associate member has made the choice to commit
their support.



You already donate to the FSF, and we deeply appreciate
that. Why not become a member today?







FSF associate membership is $120 per year (or $10 per month -- $5 per
month for students), and comes with an array of benefits,
including that member card I mentioned, which doubles as a 4GB USB
loaded with Trisquel Live, a fully free GNU/Linux distribution. Show
it off the next time somebody asks what causes you support!






membership card








Members also receive a digital badge to display on their personal Web
site or social media profiles, up to five member.fsf.org email
aliases, a 20% discount on FSF merchandise, gratis admission to
the annual LibrePlanet free software conference, and other
discounts and member exclusives.



Why do we shower associate members with useful benefits, discounts,
and flashy ways to tout their support of the FSF? Because we
appreciate them: member dues account for more than half of our annual
revenue, and with that support, the FSF has continued to upgrade
infrastructure and services for GNU and other free software projects,
kept free software activists informed and armed with attention-getting
talking points on user freedom, and advocated for the GNU General
Public License in government and corporate venues alike.



This support keeps us independent and able to put the free software
community first, always. Thank you for your stalwart support.



Happy hacking!



Georgia Young

Program Manager






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