Free Software Foundation Fundraiser

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The Free Software Foundation’s main source of income is donations, and it’s main source of donations is its membership program. The FSF is currently running a campaign to recruit at least 500 new members. The membership fees start with US$10 a month (associate member), or US$5 per month if you are a student.

As a thank you for your donation, the FSF will send you (based on your choice) either a FSF privacy key or Free Software, Free Society - Selected articles by Richard Stallman.

The campaign has just past the half-way mark this week, please consider joining.  You will also receive a e-mail alias for your contribution.

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2 Responses to “Free Software Foundation Fundraiser”

  1. jonathan carter » Blog Archive » FSF New Website and Newsletter Says:

    [...] to what is currently most important for free sofrware users. Towards the end of last year, they launched a fund-raiser for recruiting new FSF members, a method in which users can donate money to the organisation. A few weeks ago, they have also [...]

  2. jonathan carter » Blog Archive » FSF 2008 Fundraiser Says:

    [...] I blogged about the FSF 2007 Fundraiser and some of the cool things you get when you register as a member. The first time they did this, they recruited 300 new members, the [...]

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