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2015 Annual Space Show Fundraising Campaign December 5, 2015

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2015 Annual Space Show Fundraising Campaign

Dec. 5, 2015

Dear Space Show Listeners:

Re: 2015 Annual Space Show/One Giant Leap Foundation Fundraising Drive

My best wishes to all of you for an excellent upcoming Christmas season and New Years. The Space Show and I personally wish for you, your family, and your friends a terrific 2016 chocked full of health, happiness, prosperity, and of course, a peaceful world. Like all of you, I hope for a new year of significant and productive space development and commercial space expansion.

I want to thank all of you who have so generously supported The Space Show/One Giant Leap Foundation (OGLF) during this and previous years. Your past support has definitely kept The Space Show going, even in these challenging economic times.

The Space Show operates under the 501C3 nonprofit model. We do not accept advertising or fees from guests to be on the program, even from the many repeat guests on the show that are afforded nearly unlimited self-promotion exposure for their books, ideas, theories, and work related to space activities of all sorts. This year we also accepted a special category of sponsorships for our Indiegogo project for building the new website. Given our nonprofit model, The Space Show relies entirely upon listener support for its continued operation and programming, and in being able to keep our content free and available to everyone on the internet on a global basis. This includes all our programs going back to our start in 2001. Given our policy, we do need your help to continue broadcasting.  Space Show programs are costly to produce live and archive, plus remember, we keep all our shows active and available to ou on our website. Your support for The Space Show/One Giant Leap Foundation is vital to our continued operation, success and for many of you, to the nearly unlimited promotion of your work.

We understand that you have choices in making your year end tax deductible contributions and we certainly appreciate your including us in your gifting priorities.  2015 is quickly coming to a close. Now is the time to support The Space Show/OGLF by making your contribution . As a 501C3 nonprofit, if you pay U.S. federal taxes, you get a tax deduction for your gift as permitted by law. The same is true for those of you paying California taxes. I recommend that you check with your tax adviser regarding any and all tax questions. You are also encouraged to contact me with your questions and comments about the show or your support. Above all, please remember that we do need and appreciate your support

You can make your donation online using Pay Pal at either www.thespaceshow.com/donate.asp  or www.onegiantleapfoundation.org/individuals.htm.  Simply click on the Pay Pal logo. If you prefer mailing a check, please make your check payable to One Giant Leap Foundation, Inc. and mail it in care of me to P.O. Box 95, Tiburon, CA 94920 USA. Remember, your gift makes The Space Show programming and all of the services such as the toll free line, archives, podcasts, email, and our blog possible.

Thank you for your support. I look forward to sharing the New Year with you through The Space Show and the One Giant Leap Foundation, Inc. Please contact me at drspace@thespaceshow.com if you have any questions. Let’s all work to make 2016 a banner year for space, prosperity, health, and peace around the world.

Sincerely, yours,

Dr. David Livingston

The Space Show

One Giant Leap Foundation, Inc.



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