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Banners round two
  1. If everyone reading this donated %AMOUNT%,
    our fundraiser would be over today.
  2. Please donate to keep Wikipedia free.
  3. Help us reach today's %AMOUNT% goal!
  4. We now accept %CURRENCY%
  5. We accept %CURRENCY%
Banners round three
  1. Help us reach this year's %AMOUNT% goal
  2. Help us raise this year's %AMOUNT% budget
  3. Our annual goal: %AMOUNT%
  4. Wikimedia's annual budget: %AMOUNT%
  5. Today's goal: %AMOUNT%
  6. %AMOUNT% left to go
Banners round four
  1. Please read:
    A personal appeal from
    Wikipedia author Karthik Nadar
  2. Please read:
    A personal appeal from a
    Wikipedia contributor of 18,000 edits
LPs round two
  1. From Wikipedia author Karthik Nadar
  2. From a Wikipedia contributor
Where your donation goes 2
  1. Why your donation is needed:
  2. Wikipedia is non-profit, but it's the #5 website in the world – serving 470 million people every month with billions of page views.
  3. We work hard to keep our operation lean. Google might have close to a million servers. Yahoo has something like 13,000 staff. We have 679 servers and 95 staff.
  4. We will never run ads. Commerce is fine. Advertising is not evil. But it doesn't belong in Wikipedia.
  5. If everyone reading this made a small donation, we would only have to fundraise for a few hours. Not everyone can or will donate, but each year just enough people decide to give.
  6. We only raise what we need. When we've raised our budget, we stop fundraising for the year.
  7. This year, please consider making a donation of $5, $20, $50 or whatever you can to protect and sustain Wikipedia.