The window to make a tax-deductible donation in 2010 is about to close. Many have donated, and we're almost at our goal of raising enough to complete exciting new projects, but we need your help to get there. A gift in any amount can have a profound impact. Donate now, and help fight spiritual ignorance in 2011.
We're trying to reach our goal, and there are just hours left to make a gift this year that can change the lives of many people who are searching for spiritual guidance.
The deadline to make a tax-deductible gift in 2010 is MIDNIGHT TONIGHT.
In more than 50 countries, small investments from people like you are already paying dividends in spiritual education and long-term spiritual resilience. There is no better time to support Glorian's work than right now.
Hitting our year-end goal will mean that we can expand our work into new countries, helping more people find the tools they need to alleviate their psychological and emotional suffering.
Please don't wait another moment – donate now and help make sure 2011 will be a year of resilience and hope, creating a lasting impact on the lives of humanity by giving the most precious gift in the universe: real spiritual wisdom.
Our best wishes for the New Year to you and your family. Thank you for your continued support of our work for people living in spiritual ignorance. Together, we'll bring hope, relief, and spiritual stability to more people in 2011.
We invite you to make a tax-deductible donation before the midnight deadline tonight, to support our work.
End 2010 right. Give hope, light, and wisdom to people who are searching for inner peace.
Happy New Year,
PS: Rather mail your donation? You can send checks payable to "Glorian Publishing" to the address below:
PO Box 110225
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Donations are easy through Network for Good, which provides anonymous and recurring donations:
For other donation methods, visit glorian.info/donate.
"The one who does not know how to fulfill his duties as a simple citizen cannot tread the path of the great mysteries. Many disciples forget the good manners of a sincere and honorable gentleman or lady and become truly irresponsible and even dangerous individuals."