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Want to support Dylan's campaign for Executive Council?

I'm deeply grateful for all the support of SarahLaughed readers over the years. I'm particularly grateful at present to those of you who have written asking how you can support my campaign for Executive Council. Accepting nomination meant that I had to go to General Convention in Anaheim, and at my own expense. Nominees also need to come up with flyers and buttons (many do other kinds of swag as well). And my job at Guitar Center provides no paid leave.

Fortunately, y'all are a generous bunch! For those have asked how you can help, here are some ways:

  1. Donate to SarahLaughed.net via PayPal. You can do this via credit card, though a small percentage fee is deducted if you donate that way, or you can send money via your PayPal account if you have one.

  2. Send a check. If you'd like to do this, please address it to Sarah Dylan Breuer, SarahLaughed Ministries, 99 Brattle St., Cambridge, MA 02138.

  3. Make your Amazon.com purchases after getting to Amazon.com via any link on SarahLaughed.net. I get a commission (usually 6%) from purchases made that way, whether I've linked to the specific product(s) purchased or not.

  4. You can get SarahLaughed.net "swag with a mission" -- t-shirts, tote bags, and whatnot -- at the SarahLaughed Cafe Press store. My main reason for having a Cafe Press store was so people could get fun stuff that maybe -- just maybe could also do some non-obnoxious witnessing to what God is up to in the world, so I've kept prices there low, and for the most part I only make a dollar or two from each purchase. But every bit helps, and it's also generally a boon to me when people let their friends, colleagues, and others know about SarahLaughed.net.

Thanks again, and blessings!


July 4, 2009 | Permalink


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