Friday Facts: December 23rd, 2011

Friday Facts
December 23rd, 2011 by Leave a Comment

It’s Friday!

I want to take this opportunity to thank you for reading the Friday Facts. Our staff (no, it’s not just me even though I get to sign it!) works hard every week scouring a tremendous amount of information to bring you the best of the best on Friday mornings. And if you want more than the Friday Facts once a week, “Like” our Facebook page at, where you can access daily similar posts from the Foundation.

We celebrated our 20th anniversary in 2011. It was a wonderful opportunity to thank our founder, Hank McCamish, for his vision and belief that if you give Georgians access to the truth they will make the right decisions.

As you are aware, we do not accept government funding. Which means we rely on people like you to support our efforts.

To recognize our 20th anniversary, we held a 20 for 20 Campaign, asking supporters to give in multiples of 20 as a special anniversary gift. If you enjoy the Friday Facts and support the work we do to promote freedom, you can help by clicking on the link below to make a tax-deductible donation of $20 … or more. Better yet, join the Foundation at one of our membership giving levels! Go to

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Thank you for your support. Have a blessed Christmas and New Year!

Kelly McCutchen

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