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All aboard for software freedom! Help us reach our goal of 500 new members before Jan. 18

by Zoë Kooyman Contributions Published on Nov 17, 2020 02:47 PM

Help us reach our goal of 500 new members by Jan. 18: Become an associate member today!

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We made it! With your support, we reached our fall fundraising goal of 500 new members. Thank you for supporting free software.

All aboard for #UserFreedom

For thirty-five years, it has been the support of committed individuals like you that has kept our mission moving forward. The more associate members we can count, the better we can defend everyone's freedoms against the largest companies and governments on the planet, and this starts with achieving our fall goal of 500 new members. Share the free software message using the hashtag #UserFreedom on social media networks, and help fuel the free software movement today.

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Support the free software journey

If you are also able to, please consider supporting the FSF by becoming an associate member or making a donation.

  • If you contribute $35 or more to help keep the fight for user freedom going, we'll send you a commemorative pin.
  • If you contribute $200 or more you will get the commemorative pin and the special FSF35 anniversary poster designed by David Revoy.
  • Contributions that go above and beyond and support the FSF with $500 or more receive an anniversary package that includes the pin, the FSF35 poster and the FSF35 t-shirt in the electric copper color theme.

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Why do you support the FSF?

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  • "I rely on free software for all my projects, contribute to it myself and believe the concept should be further used, promoted and defended." — Jean-Sébastien Caux
  • "In an increasingly computerized world, software freedom is becoming more essential in the protection of personal liberties." — Daniel Wigle
  • "I wanted to use jitsi with the FSF" — Stephen Greig

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