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November 2017

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GFBNEC launches Annual Fund Drive with one-for-one match

annual fund driveGo For Broke National Education Center is launching our Annual Fund Drive on Nov. 1 to support projects that preserve and perpetuate the legacy of our Nisei veterans of World War II. The Annual Fund Drive is a critical component in helping GFBNEC, and we humbly ask for your support so that we can carry on our incredibly important work.

We also want to share some exciting news with you. GFBNEC was awarded a two-year grant from the National Park Service, Japanese American Confinement Sites (JACS) grant program. As part of this grant, every gift made to our Annual Fund Drive between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31 will be matched one-for-one. So this means your donation will be doubled! Thank you in advance for giving generously.

This means: your gift of $100 + National Park Service match of $100 = 2x the gift, $200

Please remember that any contributions are fully tax-deductible. It's easy to donate by making a one-time annual gift or a recurring tax-deductible donation today.

You can mail your donation to:
Go For Broke National Education Center Annual Fund
355 E. 1st Street, Suite 200
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Or you can make an online gift at our website at www.goforbroke.org by clicking the "Donate Now" button. The process is fast, easy and secure.

For more information, please contact Jeff Henson at 310-222-5712 or jeff@goforbroke.org.

Thank you for your support ensuring that the story of our Nisei veterans of World War II continues to be told and that their legacy lives on through the actions of our future generations.


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