Donate To Help The OMF Raise $33.3K By December 1!

Matching campaign for the Open Medicine Foundation

The Open Medicine Foundation has just begun a fundraising campaign to raise $8.3K in donations and have it matched 3:1! Raising $8.3K therefore brings in another $25K from the donor, which means that $8.3K results in $25K + $8.3K = $33.3K!!! Money will be collected from October 15th through December 1st for the “Lead Up To Giving Tuesday” campaign. The OMF will count all donations that come in during this time. Please donate if you can at https://app.etapestry.com/onlineforms/OMF/GivingTuesday.html and help spread the word about this exciting opportunity! Thank you for your help!

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