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Dec. 30, 2017
Dear Space Show Listeners:
Tomorrow, Dec. 31, 2017, is the last day to give and support The Space Show in 2017. If you like and value The Space Show content and programming, please support us by contributing to our 2017 campaign. Remember, the success of our campaign sets the stage for our 2018 programming.
The Space Show is a non-profit 501C3 and California Public Benefit Corporation. Our parent 501C3 corporation is the One Giant Leap Foundation (OGLF) (www.onegiantleapfoundation.org). We understand that you have choices in making your tax deductible contributions and we certainly appreciate your including us in your gifting priorities. Contributions to The Space Show should be made through Pay Pal or if by check to One Giant Leap Foundation. Mailing and Pay Pal instructions can be found by clicking on Pay Pal on the right side of our home page, www.thespaceshow.com or by clicking on the OGLF page, www.onegiantleapfoundation.org/individuals.htm. It is important for those of you who prefer mailing a check to make your check payable to One Giant Leap Foundation, Inc. and mail it in care of me to P.O. Box 95, Tiburon, CA 94920 USA. If you pay U.S. federal taxes, you get a tax deduction for your gift. The same is true for those of you paying California taxes as we are both a federal 501C3 nonprofit corporation and a California Public Benefit Corporation. Please check with your tax adviser regarding any and all tax questions that you might have regarding potential OGLF tax deductions.
We also have a few remaining sponsorships available for 2018. Sponsors get their banner ad running across our home page and I read a brief sponsor message on each full length Space Show program. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in becoming a Space Show sponsor for 2018.
Thank you for your contribution and ongoing support. I look forward to sharing the New Year with you through The Space Show and One Giant Leap Foundation, Inc. Let's make 2018 a great year for space.
Dr. David Livingston
The Space Show/OGLF