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The C.A.S.H. Courier
ARTICLE from the Spring 2009 Issue
C.A.S.H. President's Letter To Members And Supporters
POSITIVE CHANGE IS COMING TO C.A.S.H.
To participate, we will need you to e-mail us at
[email protected] so
that we can have your e-mail address. Please also include your name and
snail mail address.
Having felt that that the C.A.S.H. Courier no longer has to be restricted
by such considerations as number of pages, paper-type, or photos, we are
going to be printing the C.A.S.H. Courier electronically only. Imagine the
savings: there will be no postage, no bulk mail house charges, no costly
returns, no more black and white photos as in the days of yore, no more
ripped newsprint, no more articles left out due to space limitations.
This sounds too good to be true, but it’s the modern world of electronic
As C.A.S.H. changes the Courier into an electronic newsletter, we will be
opening the door to many new opportunities for helping wild animals.
Contacting officials to support or oppose a bill will be as easy as clicking
on a link. The .new 8.5x11 format will allow you to print out articles of
interest if you want hard copy, or you can print the entire newsletter if
you prefer. Articles can be cut and pasted, and shared via the Internet all
over the world.
We realize that some of our members may not have a computer and will not
be able to see the newsletter, so we will be happy to print out our
newsletter and mail it to you. Please just let us know that in the envelope
we are providing with this issue.
While it’s true that the economy has motivated this decision (paper costs
have been rising and postage will almost double for our mailing), we believe
you will be pleased with our decision. Moving to an electronic format for
the Courier will save C.A.S.H. thousands of dollars annually– money that can
be spent in ways to more directly benefit wildlife and lead to our goal.
We still need your support though, perhaps now more than ever.
We will ask that you contribute online via PayPal, or you can call in a
Master Card or Visa number to 1-877-WILDHELP. For our members who do not
have a computer, you will continue to receive a contribution envelope.
We deeply appreciate the generosity of our members and supporters. You
have shown that even when economic times are difficult, your support of
wildlife, and of the work we do on their behalf is important to you. Because
of you, C.A.S.H. can continue to be a voice for the hunted and trapped
animals. In rural parts of states like Montana, Minnesota and New Mexico,
C.A.S.H. is sometimes their only voice.
Your gift will enable us to go further than we have before: Your support
will allow us to create change for hunted wildlife: change through
legislation, education, advertising, campaigning, protecting wildlife
wherever we are able.
Thank you for generously remembering C.A.S.H in all the financial ways
available to you, and for your support of our goal to
ABOLISH SPORT HUNTING.
Joe Miele, hunting with a camera in New Mexico
Joe Miele, President
PS: Please remember that to continue to receive the Courier, we will need
you to e-mail us at [email protected] so that we can have your e-mail
address. Please also include your name and snail mail address..
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