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Feb 20, 2007 at 02:07 PM

How does CanPalNet fund its work?

Barely, and from activity to activity. We survive financially the same way we organize: with grass-roots energy and the generosity of the people who participate.

We encourage you to be part of this energy and this generosity.

  • If you receive information from our website that you find useful...
  • If you appreciate the public activities we organize...
  • If you agree with the basic framework that guides our work...
  • Any one or all of the above...

Then become a CanPalNet member
and financial contributor!

CanPalNet has a sliding scale annual membership fee: $25 if you can afford that, otherwise what you can afford. Donations can be made any time ... and more than once. Our book-keeping is transparent and accountable.

Mail checks, payable to Canpalnet to

CanPalNet
123 North Sea Avenue, Burnaby,
British Columbia,
V5B 1K4, Canada

We welcome you to attend our meetings, to participate in discussions and in decisions. If this isn't practical, participate by sending comments and suggestions. Our e-mail address is: support@canpalnet.ca

Just remember that word: "support".

We thank you.   

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