Help Keep Wikimedia Alive

by Jon Henshaw

Wikimedia, the organization behind Wikipedia.org and Wikibooks, which I wrote an article on recently, need public support to keep going.

Did you know that Wikipedia.org alone gets 800 million hits a day? I sure didn’t, but it makes sense. Wikimedia believes that knowledge is power, and that it should be free. That’s exactly what services like Wikipedia.org do. In fact, whenever I want to look something up, or need to know what an obscure acronym means, the first place I go is Wikipedia.org.

If you find Wikimedia’s services helpful in your daily life, and you believe in making knowledge freely accessible to everyone, then please consider donating some money to keep their projects going strong.

Make a donation

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