Thursday, October 29, 2015

WAH Center Needs Repairs . . . and Donations!

Yuko Nii and Terrance Lindall are making an appeal for contributions toward repairs on the WAH Center's building, a New York City Landmark listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Here is their letter of appeal:
Dear Friends:

It has been a very expensive year for the WAH Center. Major repairs on our cornice have taken most of the year and we are just coming to the end of that. We need everyone to help a little bit. We have always been there for you as a great place to present, and now we need you to help a little more with a donation. Some of our friends have already given, but we need all of you to help out, if you are able. Some can only afford a little, but some of you can give more. You can see donation levels on our web-site here.

We made it easier this year to give a little and get something back too. We put up a little overview of our first 19 years on Kindle and you can buy the book below. When you buy it for $2.99 we get income.

Also on Amazon, when you shop at Smile Amazon, you'll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to your favorite charitable organization: Smile Amazon.

Another way to donate a little more is to buy our printed books, e.g., Women Forward or Friends and Mentors.

We highly encourage you to buy books, postcards t-shirts or giclee prints of the WAH Center this year to give as gifts! Or, if you sell on Ebay you can indicate a percentage of your sales to the WAH Center where we are listed as a charity!

Please help us this year!

Peace and Love, Yuko and Terry

Free to read on ISSUU, about "the greatest small museum in Brooklyn."
This is a very good institution to support. My wife and I have contributed 500 dollars, a sizable sum for our budget, but Terrance has been very generous to me in illustrating my novella for free, and Yuko graciously allowed him the time to do so.

I therefore hope that everyone will contribute a donation, too.

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At 2:29 AM, Blogger Kevin Kim said...

"You can see donation levels on our web-site here."

Did they really write "web-site" with a hyphen? How cute. This puts me in mind of the archaic, over-hyphenated stylings of T. Herman Zweibel.

At 10:13 AM, Blogger Horace Jeffery Hodges said...

It's the be-all to end-all!

Jeffery Hodges

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