Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Polonia, Please Donate / Thank you for your donations!

Earlier today, I posted the message, below, soliciting funds to get me to Washington, DC, to speak as an invited speaker at the "Poland First to Fight" conference. 

I hoped to raise about a hundred dollars for transport to and from DC, snacks, and public transportation fares. 

I am so touched and delighted to learn from Paypal that I have indeed raised that sum, from Polish and none Polish patrons alike. 


And see you in DC! 

For those who won't be at the conference, I hope to post detailed accounts on the Bieganski blog. 
xxx ooo xxx

I've been asked to speak about Bieganski, the Brute Polak at the upcoming "Poland: First to Fight" conference. I am delighted. I love speaking about Bieganski. 

To attend this conference, I will need money: for travel expenses, for lodging, and for snacks. 

Those who have read my book God through Binoculars have an idea of my financial situation. Bottom line, I live in poverty, and have done so for years. Further, in the past few months I've been hit by several severe financial blows, including massive medical expenses not covered by insurance. 

Want to support your story, the Polish story, being told? Donate. I'm not asking for a lot. If I could raise a hundred bucks, that would put my mind at ease. I'd be able to afford DC public transportation, travel, and snacks. 

One kind soul has already donated. That person should *not* donate again. Thank you. And bless you. :-) 

How to donate? There is a donate button to the right of this blog post. Just move your cursor to the right and scroll down. Screencap, below. 

If you don't want to use paypal, send me an email and I can give you an address. 

Thanks in advance. 

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