Quarterly Fundraiser: Can You Help Me Raise $2500 for My Work on Guantánamo?

Please support my work!

Dear friends and supporters,

Every three months, I ask you, if you can, to make a donation to support my work on Guantánamo, which I have been researching, writing about and campaigning about since 2006. Most of my work is unpaid, so many of my articles, the maintenance of this website and the social media associated with it, and most of my media appearances are only possible with your support.  If you can help out at all, please click on the “Donate” button above to donate via PayPal (and I should add that you don’t need to be a PayPal member to use PayPal).

All contributions to support my work are welcome, whether it’s $25, $100 or $500 — or, of course, the equivalent in pounds sterling or any other currency. You can also make a recurring payment on a monthly basis by ticking the box marked, “Make This Recurring (Monthly),” and if you are able to do so, it would be very much appreciated.

Readers can pay via PayPal from anywhere in the world, but if you’re in the UK and want to help without using PayPal, you can send me a cheque (address here — scroll down to the bottom of the page), and if you’re not a PayPal user and want to send a check from the US (or from anywhere else in the world, for that matter), please feel free to do so, but bear in mind that I have to pay a $10/£6.50 processing fee on every transaction. Securely packaged cash is also an option! Read the rest of this entry »

Quarterly Fundraiser Day 4: $1800 Still Needed to Support My Guantánamo Work

Please support my work!

Dear friends and supporters,

Today is the fourth day of my quarterly fundraiser, in which I ask you, if you can, to make a donation to support my ongoing work telling the stories of the men still held in Guantánamo, and campaigning to secure the closure of the prison. If you can help out at all, please click on the “Donate” button above to donate via PayPal (and please note that you don’t need to be a PayPal member to use PayPal).

Most of the work I do in unpaid — or, more specifically, is only supported by you, my readers — and that is not just the majority of the 20 or so articles I write every month, but also some of my personal appearances, and most of my media appearances (on radio and TV), as well as my work on other issues of importance — the future of the NHS, for example, and the Tory-led UK government’s cruel assault on the disabled.

As a result, it is no exaggeration to say that, without your support, I will be unable to carry on working as I do. Since I launched this particular fundraiser on Monday, seven friends have donated $700, for which I’m very grateful, but over the next three months, that works out at just $50 a week, which isn’t really enough to live on. Read the rest of this entry »

Quarterly Fundraiser: $2500 Needed to Support My Guantánamo Work

Please support my work!

Dear friends and supporters,

It’s that time of year again, when I ask you, if you can, to help to support my work as an independent journalist researching, writing about and commenting on the “war on terror” prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, and working to try to get the men still held there either released or tried, and the prison closed down. If you can help out at all, please click on the “Donate” button above to donate via PayPal (and I should add that you don’t need to be a PayPal member to use PayPal).

Every three months, I ask you if you can help to support my work — not just my writing, but also my personal appearances, the TV and radio interviews I undertake, and the maintenance of this website and various social media sites associated with it.

All contributions to support my work are welcome, whether it’s $25, $100 or $500 — or, of course, the equivalent in pounds sterling or any other currency. You can also make a recurring payment on a monthly basis by ticking the box marked, “Make This Recurring (Monthly),” and if you are able to do so, it would be very much appreciated. Read the rest of this entry »

Fundraiser Day 3: Still Seeking $2000 to Support My Guantánamo Work

Please support my work!

Dear friends and supporters,

It’s the third day of my quarterly fundraiser, in which I ask you, if you can, to support my work on Guantánamo and related issues as a freelance investigative journalist. If you can help out at all, please click on the “Donate” button above to donate via PayPal.

All contributions are welcome, whether it’s $25, $100 or $500 — or, of course, the equivalent in pounds sterling or any other currency. You can also make a recurring payment on a monthly basis by ticking the box marked, “Make This Recurring (Monthly),” and if you are able to do so, it would be very much appreciated.

Although I receive some support for my work on the “Close Guantánamo” campaign and website, most of what I do is unpaid — or, to be more accurate, is reader-supported. A donation of $25 (£15) is just $2 (or £1) a week for the next three months, which, I hope, isn’t too much to ask to help me to continue to write the five articles I publish on average every week. Read the rest of this entry »

Quarterly Fundraiser: Please Help Me Raise $2500 for my Work on Guantánamo

Andy Worthington speaking outside the White House on January 11, 2013, the 11th anniversary of the opening of Guantanamo (Photo: Palina Prasasouk).

Please support my work!

Dear friends and supporters,

Can you help to support my work on Guantánamo as a researcher, writer, public speaker and activist? Every three months, I ask you to make a donation to support my work. Please click on the link above if you can help out.

Without your support — and your support alone — I would not be able to undertake most of my work; and that means the majority of the 60-plus articles I’ve written and published since my last fundraiser in September, as well as the personal appearances, the TV and radio interviews, and the maintenance of this website and various social media sites associated with it.

All contributions are welcome, whether it’s $25, $100 or $500 — or, of course, the equivalent in pounds sterling or any other currency. You can also make a recurring payment on a monthly basis by ticking the box marked, “Make This Recurring (Monthly),” and if you are able to do so, it would be very much appreciated.  Read the rest of this entry »

Quarterly Fundraiser Day Three: Still Seeking $1500 For My Guantánamo Work

Please support my work!

It’s the third day of my quarterly fundraiser in which I ask you, my readers and supporters, to donate to support my work as an independent journalist, researching, writing about, and campaigning to close the prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. I’m seeking $2500 to support my work over the next three months, With the help of seven friends and supporters, I’ve raised $1000 in the last few days, but I’m still hoping to raise another $1500 to keep me working over the next three months. Please click on the link above if you can help out.

Your support — and your support alone — funds the majority of my work, and it is no exaggeration to say that, without you, I wouldn’t be able to write and publish the majority of the 70 or so articles that I hope to be making available over the next three months. Your donations also cover my other work — the personal appearances, the TV and radio interviews, and the maintenance of this website and various social media sites associated with it.

All contributions are welcome, whether it’s $25, $100 or $500 — or, of course, the equivalent in pounds sterling or any other currency. You can also make a recurring payment on a monthly basis by ticking the box marked, “Make This Recurring (Monthly),” and if you are able to do so, it would be very much appreciated. Read the rest of this entry »

Quarterly Fundraiser: Please Help Me Raise $2500 For My Guantánamo Work

Please support my work!

Dear friends and supporters,

It’s that time of the year again. Every three months, I ask you, if you can, to make a donation to support my ongoing work on Guantánamo and the 164 men still held there. Please click on the “Donate” button above if you can help out.

Your support — and your support alone — is the reason that I can undertake most of my work; and that means the majority of the 60-plus articles I’ve written and published since my last fundraiser in June, as well as the personal appearances, the TV and radio interviews, and the maintenance of this website and the various social media sites associated with it.

As the days begin to draw in, I hope you have had a good summer. I managed to take two weeks off, when I was completely offline for the first time in seven years. However, both before and after the break, my time has been, and continues to be taken up by the campaign for justice for the Guantánamo prisoners — documenting their stories, documenting those involved in the ongoing hunger strike, seeking release for the 84 men cleared for release since January 2010, and seeking adequate reviews, trials or release for the other prisoners still held.

All contributions are welcome, whether it’s $25, $100 or $500 — or, of course, the equivalent in pounds sterling or any other currency. You can also make a recurring payment on a monthly basis by ticking the box marked, “Make This Recurring (Monthly),” and if you are able to do so, it would be very much appreciated. Read the rest of this entry »

Quarterly Fundraiser Day 3: $2000 Still Need to Support My Guantánamo Work

Please support my work!

Thanks to the generosity of nine friends and supporters, I have so far received just over $400 in my quarterly fundraising appeal for donations to support my ongoing work on Guantánamo as a freelance investigative journalist and a campaigner for the prison’s closure.

I am still hoping to raise $2500 for the next three months — which works out at just $200 a week — as I rely on your donations to make this work even vaguely feasible.

All contributions are welcome, whether it’s $25, $100 or $500 — or, of course, the equivalent in pounds sterling or any other currency. Readers can pay via PayPal from anywhere in the world, but if you’re in the UK and want to help without using PayPal, you can send me a cheque (address here — scroll down to the bottom of the page), and if you’re not a PayPal user and want to send a check from the US (or from anywhere else in the world, for that matter), please feel free to do so, but bear in mind that I have to pay a $10/£6.50 processing fee on every transaction. Securely packaged cash is also an option! Read the rest of this entry »

Quarterly Fundraiser: Seeking $2500 to Support My Guantánamo Work

Please support my work!

Dear friends and supporters,

Every three months, I ask you, if you can, to make a donation to support my ongoing work on Guantánamo and the 166 men still held there.

All contributions are welcome, whether it’s $25, $100 or $500 — or, of course, the equivalent in pounds sterling or any other currency. Readers can pay via PayPal from anywhere in the world (just click on the “Donate” button above), but if you’re in the UK and want to help without using PayPal, you can send me a cheque (address here — scroll down to the bottom of the page), and if you’re not a PayPal user and want to send a check from the US (or from anywhere else in the world, for that matter), please feel free to do so, but bear in mind that I have to pay a $10/£6.50 processing fee on every transaction. Securely packaged cash is also an option!

Since my last appeal for support, back in March, when 34 of you donated $1500, I have been relentlessly busy on Guantánamo, as the prisoners, abandoned by all three branches of the US government, finally made the mainstream media wake up to the injustice of their indefinite detention through a desperate, prison-wide hunger strike, which is still ongoing. Read the rest of this entry »

Quarterly Fundraiser: Last Call for Donations to Support My Work on Guantánamo and Austerity

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Last week was my quarterly fundraiser, in which, as I do every three months, I ask you, my friends and supporters, to donate if you can to support my work, primarily as an independent journalist, researcher and activist on Guantánamo and related issues, but also as a journalist and activist opposing the Tories’ ideologically-imposed austerity programme in the UK, which, at the moment, mostly involves me campaigning to save the NHS, although I try, when I can, to also highlight the government’s disgraceful assault on the disabled.

Although I receive financial support for some of my Guantánamo work, much of what I do is unpaid (see my TV and radio appearances here, for example), as is my political activism in the UK, and, allied to this, my photography. Since last May, I’ve been working as a photographer, mainly on a project to photograph the whole of London by bike, but also photographing protests — to save Lewisham Hospital, my local hospital in London, and also about Guantánamo (both in the UK and the US).

Thanks to the generosity of 17 friends and supporters, I received $550 (£330) last week to support my work, but I’m putting out this final appeal for donations to try and raise a little more. I only put out an appeal every 13 weeks, and it would be wonderful if I could reach at least $1000 (£600) to provide me with much-needed financial assistance for the three months to come. Read the rest of this entry »

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