I apologize for my lack of recent posts but I’ve been sick, my car broke down (twice) – which I’m blogging about right now – my new site is still not finished, and oh yeah, the guy who’s designing it has officially gone missing. But, on the bright side, Jew in the City finally has all the benefits of tax-deductible status with none of the drawbacks.It’s all thanks to this groovy legal arrangement called Fiscal Sponsorship which means that I get to borrow the tax-deductible status of another non-profit without having to deal with any of the hassles of being a non-profit myself. That means that your donation is now 100% tax-deductible and will go straight to more videos being made, the new site being finished, getting the word out to more people, and keeping me available for regular blogging and question answering.
I even get my own donations page on Fractured Atlas’s (my fiscal sponsor) site, which you can see here. There’s no minimum donation amount (every bit helps), and you can sign up to give a monthly contribution if you’d like. Thanking you in advance for your generous support.