DrugSense Email Fundraiser Index

17 June 2010

Your brain on drugs http://www.drugsense.org

This is your brain on drugs. Familiar words, if you have followed drug policy (or watched TV!) over the past 15 years. The "brain" we're referring to in this incidence is DrugSense and its Media Awareness Project. Our mission has been to promote sensible, evidence-based drug policies and harm reduction practices. We do this by serving as a broad-based information resource on drug policy issues and technical hub for over 130 drug policy reform organizations. Through our DrugNews Archive, regional and topical newsfeeds, media database, blog, web services and more, we offer strategic 'intelligence' to the growing movement for the reform of the harsh, ill-conceived, expensive, and cruel policies toward substance use. Essentially, we are the drug policy movement's online "brain on drugs."

But like all 'brains,' we need proper care and nutrition to properly function. In our case, we need vital funds to keep our many services fully operational and available.

That's where your brain comes in. We need your help RIGHT NOW!

Donate Now! A generous supporter has challenged us to raise $25,000 from supporters just like you. In fact, this challenge effectively doubles your contribution, allowing your support to go even further. Donating is quick, easy, and secure. Just visit http://www.drugsense.org/donate.

Plus, because DrugSense is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization, your contribution is tax deductible.

You can also make your check or money order payable to DrugSense and mail it to:

14252 Culver Dr #328
Irvine, CA 92604-0326

Or you can donate toll free by calling 1-800-266-5759.

To complete our long journey towards sensible, evidence based drug policies, we don't need expensive and inefective commercials telling us about our "brain on drugs"; we need honest, factual, and strategic information in order to make better decisions concerning substance use and craft more humane and cost effective policies. We need DrugSense. http://www.drugsense.org/donate

Mark Greer
Executive Director