February 10, 2014 | By Alison Dame-Boyle

CREDO Customers: Vote for EFF on February's Donation Ballot

EFF is proud to be one of the three non-profits selected for CREDO's February giving pool. If you're CREDO customer, vote for EFF on the February ballot to help direct as much as $150,000 to support the defense of digital civil liberties!

CREDO has long been dedicated to funding hard-working non-profits. Each month, CREDO selects three groups to receive donations, looking to provide strong financial support that non-profits can use to drive social change forward. CREDO members generate donations as they use CREDO services—like making phone calls or using credit cards—and each month those members can vote on how to distribute funds between the selected charities. The more votes a group receives, the higher its share of that month's donations. Since 1985, CREDO members have raised more than $76 million for different charities—including EFF!

We're thrilled to be one of February's charities, and we hope you'll vote for us. If you are a current CREDO long distance, mobile, or credit card member, you're eligible to vote. If not, spreading the word on Twitter and Facebook is also a big help.

Are you a CREDO member and EFF fan who would like to get a heads-up about opportunities like this one to support EFF? Let me know at alison@eff.org, and we'll be sure to let you know when we're one of the selected charities!


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