I couldn’t be more grateful for the 157 people who donated to OnePeterFive these past two weeks. I pray that Our Lord blesses you abundantly for your generosity.
I’m also grateful to all those who were unable to donate, but assured us of their prayers. The work we do here is not without its challenges – among them a steady dose of spiritual warfare – and so it means so much to me to know that an army of Catholics are praying for our work.
With just sixteen days left in May, it’s my duty to be a pest and reach out to our audience and ask for help with our May fundraiser. As I mentioned at the first of this month, we try to keep our fundraisers to just twice per year, which means we need to raise $80,000 to operate for the first half of the year.
As of now, we’re still 89% short of our fundraising goal.
We’re not one of these Catholic sites trying to raise $1 mil for some capital campaign. We’re lean and cover all our staff costs, hosting, technical fees, accounting, and so on with just $10,000 per month.
Unlike most businesses, we don’t sell our product for a price. Instead, we are crowdfunded and rely solely on God’s providence and your support to sustain the work we do.
Without your financial help, there’s very little we can do, so please do donate today.
There are four ways you can donate:
- Online, by clicking our secure online donation form here. (Please consider becoming a monthly donor!)
- With Cryptocurrencies, by sending your coins to the addresses on our page here.
- In the mail, by sending it to PO Box 5284, Manchester, NH 03108
- By phone, by calling 800-888-8344
Remember, becoming a monthly donor is the most powerful way you can support our work. Please consider choosing that option on the drop down menu on our online donation form here.
Again, to all those who have supported this campaign, thank you!
For those of you who can’t give, please pray for our financial sufficiency and that we remain dedicated always to God’s will in the work we do here and never our own. Also, please pray for our staff and writers.
Thank you, and may God bless you abundantly!
T. S. Flanders
Timothy Flanders is the editor of OnePeterFive. He is the author of City of God versus City of Man: The Battles of the Church from Antiquity to the Present and Introduction to the Holy Bible for Traditional Catholics. His writings have appeared at OnePeterFive and Crisis, as well as in Catholic Family News. In 2019 he founded The Meaning of Catholic, a lay apostolate dedicated to uniting Catholics against the enemies of Holy Church. He holds a degree in classical languages from Grand Valley State University and has done graduate work with the Catholic University of Ukraine. He lives in Michigan with his wife and five children.