Spring 2015 Wait, What? Fundraising Request

Spring 2015 Wait, What? Fundraising Request

From Jonathan Pelto

"In a time of universal deceit - telling the truth is a revolutionary act." ...The Battle to defeat the Corporate Education Reform Industry and put the word public back in public education continues!

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Your financial support for Wait, What? is truly appreciated

Despite these difficult economic times, more than 75 readers donated to help support Wait, What? earlier this year during the winter 2015 fundraising drive.

Since its inception in January 2011, Wait What’s 2,200 plus blog posts have attracted nearly 2 million visits and produced more than 25,000 comments.

Visitors who just come to read and learn are welcome, but a special thank you goes out to those who have provided the financial support that has allowed Wait, What? to become a leading examples of the role investigative blogging and independent journalism can play in helping to educate, persuade and mobilize people to stand up and speak out about the important issues of our time.

And we have just begun the fight!

Revealing the truth and holding the powerful accountable will remain the vital role of this blog. 

While the reality of financial security remains out of reach for many, whatever financial support readers could provide would be extremely helpful as I continue to strive to use Wait, What? as an important platform for providing news and commentary.

You can donate on-line by following this link:

Or, if you would prefer, donations can also be made by check.  Checks should be made out to Wait, What? and sent to Wait, What? c/o Jonathan Pelto, PO Box 400, Storrs, CT. 06268

Contributions are not tax-deductible, but they go a very long way toward help with the maintenance of Wait, What

As always, thanks so much…

And a special thank you to all of those who have already donated to the effort.


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