Fundraising Wrapup

FUNDRAISING WRAPUP….Our pledge drive is over, so let me take a minute to thank everyone who contributed last week. We won’t have final numbers until all the snail mail checks roll in, but we raised well over $30,000, which exceeded our expectations and goes a long way toward keeping this blog running for another year. Huge thanks to everyone who helped out.

And if you’re not fundraised out, you might want to head over to Uncertain Principles, where Chad Orzel and the rest of the science bloggers are raising money for DonorsChoose, an organization that provides small grants for student projects at public schools. You’ve missed your chance to donate enough money to get Chad to stab himself with a fork, but you can still take the manliness quiz!

Support Nonprofit Journalism

If you enjoyed this article, consider making a donation to help us produce more like it. The Washington Monthly was founded in 1969 to tell the stories of how government really works—and how to make it work better. Fifty years later, the need for incisive analysis and new, progressive policy ideas is clearer than ever. As a nonprofit, we rely on support from readers like you.

Yes, I’ll make a donation