Tuesday, July 28, 2009

I made a mistake and I need your help!

When I set up the Convention this year and did the fundraising pitch, I made a mistake. I asked for credit card numbers.

Since Ruth Bennett (our Treasurer) and I took office, we have discovered that we have no way to process those cards. We have investigated several services and plans that would allow us to do so.

What we have found is that they are too expensive, and we just don't run enough credit cards to make it cost-effective.

So, if you made a monthly pledge at Convention, or if you read LPNews & Views, and want to make a pledge, here is how to do it.

Scroll down until you find the amount of a PayPal button that you like, and click it. If you don't like PayPal, go on down to the Donor Town Square button. Donor Town will allow you to make any size pledge, or one-time donations.

If this is a pledge you made at convention, then I would take it as a personal favor if you start your pledge and also make a one-time donation to cover the months of April 'til now. I know, it's a lot to ask of you, but you already knew I was a pushy ol' broad.

I want to thank you all - for all you do, for your donations, for your support, for your activism.

Now, go have a gentle day . . . :o)

$5 Monthly Pledge Button for PayPal

$10 Monthly Pledge Button for PayPal

$25 Monthly Pledge Button for PayPal

$50 Monthly Pledge Button for PayPal

$100 Monthly Pledge Button for PayPal

If you want to use PayPal for a monthly pledge and want a different amount than you see here, please eMail me - Chair@LPWA.org, and I'll make it happen.

To catch up your pledge, or to make a one-time donation -

Click this box to use Donor Town Square to make your pledge.

Donor Town costs us a little more, but not everyone likes PayPal. It's your gift, you decide how to deliver it.

Thanks again for investing in Liberty and the Libertarian party of Washington!


FreeRangeAuthor said...

I thought the business/pro level account of PayPal had a way to process credit cards?

You might need to set up a card button that goes to a fill-in amount secure page, to start a submission.

Anonymous said...

donor town square is run by a libertarian.

Anonymous said...

Any current news from the LPWA?

Anonymous said...

The paypal program is pretty easy to do. Both Paypal and DTS are fairly straightforward to manage.

How about some updates. Campaigns, candidates, initiatives, or meetings?

Peace Y'all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Fontis the Perceiver said...

It's probably better not to work with the credit card companies in the first place, but have you had the chance to check out the card processors that can be plugged into USB onto a laptop or computer and processed?

They used to send me ads in the mail for them. They are around $200 to $500 these days. More than I have, but cheaper then they were.

Hope it helps :)

goodsamaritan742 said...

whats going on with LPWACommunity.org the site is down. im a recovering liberal democrat and i was looking for ways to get involved with the party..