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November 19, 2015
By Ned Holstein, MD, MS, Founder and Acting Executive Director, National Parents Organization

Please support our efforts by making your tax deductible contribution right now! (But if you are making a gift of $1,000 or more, I suggest you mail a check to avoid the processing charges by various internet intermediaries. Checks should be mailed to: National Parents Organization, P.O. Box 270760, Boston, MA, 02127-0760.)

Not only are we blanketing the country with our message, but we are achieving successes such as shared parenting legislation, reform of child support enforcement abuses, and lowering of child support orders where they are excessive.

We are the only national organization that is fighting for and succeeding in reforming the family courts. We would be the first to admit that we have a long way to go, but we have the best track record by far, and are the “market leaders” in what we do.

I personally take no compensation for my work for National Parents Organization. But I need your help to fund this organization, to pay for our PR firm, for our distinguished writer Robert Franklin, Esq, to lobby for reform, to maintain our website and our weekly newsletters, and more.

We are winning this war. But we need your help to maintain momentum, and then to accelerate.

80% of our revenue comes in between now and December 31, 2015. We will live or die with what you do now. Please help us save the children, and create a just world for adults! Make a gift right this minute and keep the momentum going!

If you have been a consistent giver in the past, remember that inflation eventually takes a toll. So if you have been giving $100 per year, for example, perhaps now is the time to increase it to $125.

I thank you, but more importantly, millions of children who have no voice will thank you some day, including your own!

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