Whatever your thoughts about narcotics, surely there must be a common desire to address the issue.  Have you considered:

With a day to go, Stop The Drug War (STDW) is $2,300 away from fulfilling their end of year donation matching campaign needing to raise another $10,000 to meet crucial 2020 financial goals. Can you contribute now to make sure your donation is doubled?

As 2020 comes to a close at StoptheDrugWar.org are carrying our major movement goals into 2021:

They unexpectedly just won an old fight that was twenty years in the making in Congress, on the domestic side of their work.

They are advancing strategies and the movement’s goals, and are ready to take that into 2021. They need your help to do it. Can you make a generous contribution to our $2,300 + $10,000 end-year goal?

Both kinds of donations count toward matching funds offer – tax-deductible supporting educational sides of our advocacy, and non-deductible for legislative lobbying and other costs.

If you prefer to donate by check rather than online, those can be sent to us at P.O. Box 9853, Washington, DC 20016. For a tax-deductible donation please make your check payable to DRCNet Foundation. For a non-deductible donation please make it payable to Drug Reform Coordination Network. (There’s also information on donating stock shares here.)

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