fund raising

Complete 9/11 Timeline in Urgent Need of Donations

History Commons, the website that hosts the Complete 9/11 Timeline, is currently low on funds and urgently needs donations in order to meet its operations costs and develop its activities. In particular, History Commons is currently working on a new version of its crowdsource journalism app that should make it easy for people to collaborate on investigative efforts

The Complete 9/11 Timeline is a unique resource, which contains a huge amount of information relating to the 9/11 attacks. It includes over a thousand entries detailing the day of September 11, 2001, alone. It has the most detailed accounts of the numerous training exercises taking place on September 11 and the relevant training exercises held in the years leading up to 9/11. It has sections devoted to the official investigations of 9/11, such as the 9/11 Commission and the various investigations of the World Trade Center collapses, as well as much more.

Recent updates have included entries covering important topics such as the phone calls made by flight attendants Betty Ong and Amy Sweeney from the hijacked Flight 11; the conflicting orders and announcements that were made, regarding whether people should evacuate the World Trade Center; the actions of Laura Bush, the wife of President Bush, on September 11; and the actions of the Secret Service agents responsible for protecting Vice President Dick Cheney and his wife, Lynne Cheney, on September 11.

It is important that History Commons has the necessary funds to continue. If you would like to make a donation (by credit card, PayPal, or check), click here.

AE911Truth is Now a 501c3 Tax-exempt Non-Profit

This is the title to a e-mail I got from AE911Truth today. You can read the news alert here:

http://www.ae911truth.org/actionalerts/2010/04/action_501c3.php

Maybe Richard Gage and AE911T could use the information below. I've used this stuff to help non-profits raise money and spread their message on the internet.

Google Grants and Google Advertising For Non Profits

http://www.google.com/grants/

I used this for a non-profit I used to work for. We were allowed $10,000 per month in free Google Ad Words clicks.

GoodSearch.org

http://www.goodsearch.com/

GoodSearch.org is a search engine that donates ad profits to non-profits in the USA. Just pick a charity and a penny from any search internet search you do will be donated to your chosen charity.

Good Shop

http://www.goodsearch.com/goodshop.aspx

Up to 30% of your purchases from popular stores like Amazon can be donated to the charity of your choice.