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Help Build a Sustainable Future for Herizons


See your name in print in each issue of Hertzons when you join the growing community of Herizons Sustaining Subscribers.

Pledge a small amount each month and you will help ensure that the feminist ink continues to flow. Your steady, reliable donation nurtures Herizons and provides this small, non profit organization with stability.

Once you decide to give every month, just choose an amount you're comfortable with. Then register by mailing in a blank cheque marked VOID in the postage-paid envelope in this copy offferizons, showing the monthly amount you've chosen - $5, $10 or a higher amount. You don't have to rip the page out of the magazine to become a sustaining subscriber!

Your contribution will be transferred from your account on the first of each month. Best of all, your Hertzons subscription will never expire as long as you are a Sustaining Subscriber. By reducing the need to print renewal letters, you will also help reduce paper and administrative costs.

Thank you for allowing Herizons to depend on your generous support!

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