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Bradley Kuhn (bkuhn) - 6 years ago 2016-01-08 21:06:28
bkuhn@ebb.org
Improve Supporter appeal re: number of Supporters

The Supporter appeal didn't discuss the two different targets in much
detail. This change explains a bit better where the "service split" is
between what we can do with 750 Supporters vs. 2,500 Supporters.

Karen helped with this change.
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@@ -180,14 +180,16 @@ future of technology. We do them because they are right. <strong>But we cannot d
 
them without you</strong>. If we do not meet our fundraising goals, we will be
 
forced to radically restructure.</p>
 

	
 
<p>Our fiscal sponsorship model is not financially self-sustaining by itself:  we cannot
 
afford even one staff member and basic overhead with the revenue we take in
 
from our projects. In order to effectively continue to serve our member
 
projects, we need 750 Supporters. If you use or care about
 
our <a href="/members/current/">member projects</a>,
 
which include some of the most widely used free software, you can help them
 
all by <a href="#donate-box" class="donate-now">signing up as a
 
Supporter today</a>.</p>
 
<p>Our fiscal sponsorship model is not financially self-sustaining by itself:
 
we cannot afford even one staff member and basic overhead with the revenue we
 
take in from our projects.  With 750 supporters, we can sustain the basic
 
work and survive.  But to thrive, and handle the really complex tasks like
 
copyright and licensing advice, and license enforcement, we need even more
 
resources.  That's why our final target is 2,500 Supporters.  If you use
 
or care about our <a href="/members/current/">member projects</a>, which
 
include some of the most widely used free software, you can help them all
 
by <a href="#donate-box" class="donate-now">signing up as a Supporter
 
today</a>.</p>
 

	
 
<h4>Fighting for the GPL</h4>
 

	
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