Friends, you may have seen on the homepage or read in your inbox that we have commenced on our annual end-of-year Webathon.
As you know, National Review has survived these 61 years in large part due to the generosity of readers and friends who believed that it is a mission more so than a mere magazine and website. These good folks, and we hope you too, find that the world is a better place — a much better place — for NR existing.
We could use your kind support to pay lingering bills. And there are a lot of them. But this year we ask for you to help bankroll the forthcoming complete rebuild of NRO. We believe this project will greatly enhance your experience, and make NRO all the more accessible millions of conservative Americans. And that is indeed a very good thing for our cause
Would you be so kind to contribute even $10? I’m hoping that you might add a zero to that, or maybe even two zeros. We’re looking to raise a total of $150,000 in this drive (and we will dedicate $25,000 of that to bankroll our annual intern program — we believe you believe the training of young talented writers is essential to the conservative cause). Please donate here. If you prefer to make a donation via PayPal, please click here. If you would like to send your contribution by check mail it to: National Review, 215 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10016 (make the check payable to “National Review”).
Finally, if your contribution has to be going to a not not-for-profit, please consider the National Review Institute, our sister organization and the home to numerous fellows (Andy, VDH, Jay, Jonah, David, and so many others).
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