January 11, 2011 | By Aaron Jue

Happy New Year from EFF!

Thank you to all of the Electronic Frontier Foundation supporters who were able to make a contribution this past year. Truly your donations, advocacy, and steadfast moral support have helped make EFF the formidable organization that it is today. We have come a long way from our first victory in Steve Jackson Games v. Secret Service to our most recent major win over bogus copyright infringement claims in Universal Music Group v. Augusto, and our work continues. In case you missed it, take a look at EFF's year-end video for an 8-bit recap of just a few major accomplishments in 2010.

This week we will begin sending tax receipts to all recent donors as well as EFF Member Cards to donors of $65 or more! EFF is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and your gift is tax deductible to the full extent provided by law.

Don't forget to match your gift with your employer:

  • Ask your human resources department if your employer matches donations.
  • Fill out the paperwork and forward it to EFF for completion (if necessary). While EFF remains a nonpartisan organization, some employers may ask that you specify non-political activities for your donation.
  • You're done! It's a simple step that maximizes your impact and keeps EFF going strong.

Thank you and Happy New Year!


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