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Monday, December 20, 2010

Freedom To Marry

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Donate and share to support marriage
Have you finished your holiday shopping yet?

Make a holiday donation to Freedom to Marry in the name of a friend or family member. They'll receive a special note about your gift and how they're helping to fuel the freedom to marry movement into 2011.

From now until December 31st, Sean Eldridge, Freedom to Marry's Political Director, and Chris Hughes, Facebook co-founder and founder of Jumo, will double every donation up to $100,000. That means your contribution will have twice the impact.

Let your friends and family know how much you care about them and making the world better by giving a tax-deductible gift today.

As an added incentive, the first 10 people who donate over $25 and tell 10 friends to do the same will receive an autographed copy of 8: The Mormon Proposition signed by Academy Award-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, who narrates the film:

Freedom to Marry was founded on the beliefs that love plus commitment equals marriage and that we should stand up for all families, our communities, and our country.

For 27 years, I have been fighting for an end to marriage discrimination in America and around the world. Together, we are making a difference. We've won the freedom to marry in five states and the District of Columbia, and in 2010 two national polls showed a majority of Americans now support ending marriage discrimination. We can make more progress in 2011.

Help us carry this momentum into 2011 by giving the gift of marriage this season, and accept an autographed copy of 8: The Mormon Proposition as our way of saying thanks for donating over $25 and telling 10 friends:

There is no better way to say you care than with a present that paves the way for the freedom to marry.

With many thanks and wishes for a happy holiday season for you and your loved ones,

Evan Wolfson
Founder, Freedom to Marry


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