$5,000. That’s all we need to raise
each month to sustain and
fully operate Crisis magazine.
Jaws drop when I speak of how much Crisis accomplishes with so little.
While our own self-imposed austerity measures allow us to run Crisis on a fraction of the budget of previous years’, as a non-profit publication operating without subscription revenue, we are dependent on your support.
For 30 years, Crisis has defended the common good, a just society, and the teachings of the Church. Each day we are identifying the battle lines in the culture war, exploring the role of the entrepreneur, and discussing our role—your role—in this age of the laity.
Best of all, the new Crisis is available for free with the vast Crisis magazine archives spanning more than two decades being unlocked.
Everything you receive on Crisis is free.
But it isn’t free to produce. And that’s why we have to turn to you—our loyal reader—a few times each year asking for support.
You came through for Crisis during the spring and I’m counting on your help now. We need to raise $15,000 to operate through the notoriously tough months of summer. That’s really not a lot of money considering the high-quality content we provide each and every day.
I ask that you consider making a donation to Crisis right now. And I ask that you be as generous as you possibly can. Whether you give $5 or $25 or $500 or more, please know that no gift is too small and no gift is too large.
Your gift to Crisis Magazine is tax-deductible. Please help us ensure that Crisis will be here during this most critical moment for the Church and America.
Challenging times are ahead. We need your help today, if we are to fight tomorrow.
In Christ the King,
William Edmund Fahey, Ph.D.
President, Sophia Institute