Yesterday we highlighted that Rochford Street Review faces a financial roadblock if we are to continue past Issue 30 and into 2021. Without any support from funding authorities or institutions during 2020 we are faced with a hard deadline to raise at least $450 by 15 January in order to renew our three domain names (including our test site), web hosting and email addresses for the next twelve months. In order to try and cover these costs we announced that we would kick off a small appeal to see if we could raise the funds to keep us afloat in 2021.
So here we are, the first ever Keep Rochford Street Review alive fundraising appeal. We have already received $210 in 24 hours from the following generous donors:
- Mark Roberts
- David Musgrave
- Karen May
- Henry Biffa
- Michael Witts
- Robyn Rowland
But we are still $240 short of being able to survive past 15 January. If you value our work and can spare a few dollars, please consider making a contribution to the appeal by clicking on one of the buttons below to either make a one off donation, or to sign off for a monthly subscription. Every cent helps!
To make a one off donation click on the button below and enter the amount you wish to donate.
To set up a monthly recurring subscription click on one of the following buttons below
We will continue loading Issue 30 over the coming days while the appeal runs and we will be updating out totals daily.
Of course you can also assist us by buying a book through the Rochford Cottage Bookshop