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HeroPress: Accepting Donations

HeroPress: Accepting Donations
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Over the years people have occasionally said, “You should have a donation form; I’d like to help support HeroPress”. Recently a particularly deep conversation convinced me that allowing people to take part financially is a different, broader way for others to contribute to HeroPress.

Since HeroPress doesn’t exist without its contributors, I consulted them first and got a universal, resounding, “YES!”.

So as of today you’ll find a “Donate” button in the menu at the top of the site.

What will donations be used for?

I’m glad you asked! A variety of things.

First, I’ll have resources to sink back into the project. Hosting has been donated, but I’d like to be able to do things like pay Stacey to make banners for the older essays that don’t have them, continue to pay her to make new banners each week, and some other things similar to that.

Second, I’d like to be able to visit WordCamps on behalf of HeroPress. Donations would allow me to set aside money to travel either to camps I’ve been invited to by previous contributors or to new areas and introduce them to the project.

Lastly, it helps cover my time spent on HeroPress. This project is (and will continue to be) a labor of love, but it still eats up about 5 hours of my week that I’m not spending with my family. While the project isn’t in danger of disappearing, donations simply help share the weight of the project.

Where can I Give?

Right Here

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