Can’t Make It on Dec. 7th? You Can Still Be a Sponsor!
We know that, unfortunately, a lot of our readers won’t be able to make it to the Brooklyn Tin Anniversary Gala on December 7th. It’s our blessing and curse that many of our most loyal and committed friends are spread far and wide. We’ve heard a lot of your stories in letters—a hermit in Southeast Asia who walks miles each week just to check up on the site; a Bible-belt transplant desperate for an antidote for the monotone religion she encounters every day. But just because you can’t make it to the event doesn’t mean we don’t need your help.
We’re fighting hard to raise the money we need to keep the site alive and to make it grow. We’d like to take on new projects about youth and about the prison system; we’d like to send our writers to far-flung, misunderstood places; we need to make sure our staff can afford to keep on doing what they’re doing, and to do even more.
Please, consider buying KtB a birthday present. We’re ten years old (yesterday!) and going strong. Buy a sponsorship-level ticket to the Gala. If you can’t come yourself, let us know, and we’ll send you your gift by mail. At Brahmin-level and above, your name will appear in the event program. Every cent of it is tax-deductible.
We can’t do this without you.