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Dear Ruben Safir,

Thank you for being part of our exceptionally generous community. Your
interest in our mission is what got us where we are, in position to
succeed if we keep at it. While it's incredible to have hundreds of
thousands of subscribers around the world, we need to connect with
millions if we're to realize a world free of proprietary software. This
spring, we have set ourselves goals to reach 200 new members and
400 donations before July 15th, and to achieve them, we need your
help. Please take this moment to publicly share your passion for free
software. If each free software supporter inspires just one other, we
can double our strength.

We tasked free software designer [Raghavendra Kamath][1] with creating
some inspiring visual images to help us spread our message
further. You can find these banners and profile images, including
their embed codes, [here][2]. Sharing these images online might inspire
someone to explore free software, and may give reasons for you to
educate your friends and family about why free software matters. Use
the hashtag #ISupportFreeSoftware when you share the images online or
on your social media.

[1]:https://raghukamath.com/
[2]:https://www.fsf.org/resources/badges

Here are some more ways to help grow our movement:

* If you can spare a monthly $10 ($5 for students), your contribution
in the form of an [Associate Membership][3] is the strongest vote of
confidence you can give us. For less than a subscription to a
[Digital Restrictions Management][4] (DRM)-controlled streaming service,
your membership will serve as a testament that our work is used,
read, and making its way through the world. In appreciation, we
offer Associate Members many [benefits][5].

* Inspire someone you know to become an [Associate Member][3], or gift
a membership to a friend following the [instructions in this
link][6].

[3]:https://my.fsf.org/join?pk_campaign=fr_sp2019&pk_source=email1
[4]:https://www.defectivebydesign.org/
[5]:https://www.fsf.org/associate/benefits
[6]:https://www.fsf.org/associate/gift

* [Donate][7] any amount suitable to your household, and have a look
at [other ways to donate][8] to see if there is a simple action you
can take to give your support to the FSF.
[7]:https://my.fsf.org/donate?pk_campaign=fr_sp2019&pk_source=email1
[8]:https://www.fsf.org/about/ways-to-donate

* Start a conversation about free software and why you support the FSF
with someone you know.

* [Share][9] your victories and experiences with free software online
or in person with your community. Please use the [images
provided][2] and the hashtag #ISupportFreeSoftware to help
stimulate other people to do the same.

[9]:https://www.fsf.org/share

Your generosity and outspokenness fuel our message and allow us to
continue to advocate on your behalf. Our fourteen hardworking staff
use your contributions wisely, earning yet another best possible
rating of four stars from Charity Navigator this last year. You can
read our [financial statements][10] and our [annual reports][11]
online.

[10]:https://www.fsf.org/about/financial
[11]:https://www.fsf.org/annual-reports

Individual financial contributions and spreading the word like this
are forms of activism we need much more of if we're to overcome
trillions of proprietary software dollars. We need to grow and
diversify if we're to make respect for user freedom the default,
rather than a constantly endangered niche. We've shown that with your
support we can succeed together against far greater resources -- thank
you for sticking with us and giving everything you can to bring about
a brighter future.

Yours in freedom,

Zoë Kooyman
Program Manager

[Read more about our online appeal!][12]

[12]:https://www.fsf.org/appeal

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Thank you for being part of our exceptionally generous community. Your
interest in our mission is what got us where we are, in position to
succeed if we keep at it. While it's incredible to have hundreds of
thousands of subscribers around the world, we need to connect with
millions if we're to realize a world free of proprietary software. This
spring, we have set ourselves goals to reach 200 new members and
400 donations before July 15th, and to achieve them, we need your
help. Please take this moment to publicly share your passion for free
software. If each free software supporter inspires just one other, we
can double our strength.



We tasked free software designer Raghavendra Kamath with creating
some inspiring visual images to help us spread our message
further. You can find these banners and profile images, including
their embed codes, here. Sharing these images online might inspire
someone to explore free software, and may give reasons for you to
educate your friends and family about why free software matters. Use
the hashtag #ISupportFreeSoftware when you share the images online or
on your social media.



Here are some more ways to help grow our movement:




  • If you can spare a monthly $10 ($5 for students), your contribution
    in the form of an Associate Membership is the strongest vote of
    confidence you can give us. For less than a subscription to a
    Digital Restrictions Management (DRM)-controlled streaming service,
    your membership will serve as a testament that our work is used,
    read, and making its way through the world. In appreciation, we
    offer Associate Members many benefits.


  • Inspire someone you know to become an Associate Member, or gift
    a membership to a friend following the instructions in this
    link
    .


  • Donate any amount suitable to your household, and have a look
    at other ways to donate to see if there is a simple action you
    can take to give your support to the FSF.


  • Start a conversation about free software and why you support the FSF
    with someone you know.


  • Share your victories and experiences with free software online
    or in person with your community. Please use the images
    provided
    and the hashtag #ISupportFreeSoftware to help
    stimulate other people to do the same.





Your generosity and outspokenness fuel our message and allow us to
continue to advocate on your behalf. Our fourteen hardworking staff
use your contributions wisely, earning yet another best possible
rating of four stars from Charity Navigator this last year. You can
read our financial statements and our annual reports
online.



Individual financial contributions and spreading the word like this
are forms of activism we need much more of if we're to overcome
trillions of proprietary software dollars. We need to grow and
diversify if we're to make respect for user freedom the default,
rather than a constantly endangered niche. We've shown that with your
support we can succeed together against far greater resources -- thank
you for sticking with us and giving everything you can to bring about
a brighter future.



Yours in freedom,



Zoë Kooyman

Program Manager



Read more about our online appeal!






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