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Pull out your credit card and hit this link, which takes you to our Omella donation campaign. Omella supports ELi by charging us NOTHING for this service! (They ask you to leave a tip for them providing the service, but you decide the amount.)
You an also donate via PayPal with a credit card if you prefer. (PayPal does charge us fees.)
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You can also use your bank’s automatic bill-pay feature to send a check automatically every month to East Lansing Info, P.O. Box 115, East Lansing, MI, 48826-0115. Again, this costs us nothing in fees.
If you’re an MSUFCU member:
This is fantastic: You can send us a donation at no cost to you or us by using the Member2Member payment system. Log into your MSUFCU account, click on “Move Money,” then choose “Member2Member.” Indicate you want to send East Lansing Info money by using the email address email@example.com.
IMPORTANT: In the “card,” please let us know your name and your email address and/or postal address. MSUFCU does not provide us your address, so there is no way for us to send you a receipt unless you give us an email or postal address.
Or contribute by check:
Checks also come with no overhead fees for us! Just make your check payable to “East Lansing Info” and mail it to ELi, P.O. Box 115, East Lansing, MI, 48826-0115.
Want to be totally anonymous, even to us?
In that case, send a cashier’s check or money order with your personal information not shown. Just make it payable to “East Lansing Info” and mail it to ELi, P.O. Box 115, East Lansing, MI, 48826-0115.
We are not just saying “we can’t do this without you.”
We really can’t! We rely entirely on reader support to keep bringing the news to East Lansing. Over 700 donors have trusted us to use their tax-deductible contributions for the public good, and we have kept that trust. That is how we have reported the news here steadily since September 2014.