Support KQ on Give to the Max Day
November 16, 2011
Dear KQ supporters and readers,
Your inbox is probably already full of messages like this one, asking you to donate to a non-profit tomorrow on Give to the Max Day. You get those emails because you care about the issues they care about.
So why give to Korean Quarterly among all the other non-profits asking for your support? Just click on: http://www.razoo.com/story/Koreanquarterly
We understand our world, both locally and globally, primarily through messages we receive from media. Of all the issues we care about in our daily lives -- the economy, our schools, immigration, our laws and politics -- the media should be high on our list, what its motives are, and how its messages are delivered to us.
For nearly 15 years, our mission has been to inform and report on the diversity of the Korean American and adopted Korean community. We fulfill that mission through a professionally edited, award-winning community news and information resource, Korean Quarterly.
At KQ, we cover the issues that you care about. Our coverage focuses on the place where identity, creativity and culture intersect. From the Twin Cities to Chicago, LA, NYC, Europe, Pyongyang and Seoul, we have been there to cover a variety of viewpoints and issues -- from former comfort women, reunification and reconciliation efforts in the two Koreas, to recording stories from our elders and documenting development of the 1.5/2nd generation and adopted Korean communities.
KQ is also your community newspaper of record - covering local Korean American news and personalities of the Twin Cities and looking at the literature and media of the day; books, films, dramas releases and coverage of the art community.
It is an independent non-profit 501(c) 3 organization which is written by volunteer professional journalists and citizen journalists, and supported by volunteer in-kind contributions, advertising, subscriptions, and donations.
Need another reason to support Korean Quarterly?
What if you could help us win $1000 just by giving 10 bucks? Tomorrow, on November 16, Give to the Max Day, you can. A $1,000 “Golden Ticket” will be given to a random donor’s charity every hour. You could be that donor! (And if you make your donation at 3 a.m., our chances of winning are better!)
Give to the Max Day is a creation of the collaborative GiveMN, is an organization seeking to transform philanthropy in Minnesota by growing overall giving and moving more of it online. GiveMN is an independent 501(c) (3) supporting organization of the Minnesota Community Foundation.
Thanks for considering an end-of-the-year gift to Korean Quarterly: http://www.razoo.com/story/Koreanquarterly
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