Thank You for Supporting Streetsblog San Francisco

Our June fundraising campaign has come to a close, and I want to thank each one of you who donated to Streetsblog San Francisco. While we didn’t quite hit our $25,000 goal, we did raise $18,000, and that’s a cause for celebration. Thank you!

Thanks to the generous support of PUBLIC Bikes, I’m thrilled to announce that Streetsblog reader Soren Peterson will soon be riding a new bicycle. He was randomly picked as the winner of our latest PUBLIC Bikes contest. Congratulations Soren, and thank you for your donation!

I also want to give a big shout out to PUBLIC Bikes for being a consistent supporter of Streetsblog San Francisco. Thank you PUBLIC Bikes! I would encourage you to visit their lovely shop in South Park and tell ’em Streetsblog sent ya!

We will be working diligently over the next few months to raise the critical funds we need for the rest of 2011 and beyond.

Please keep the donations coming in so we can continue producing high-impact advocacy journalism.
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Thanks also to Mike’s Bikes for recently signing on as one of our first advertisers. Their support has also been key.

Thank you again for your donations, and have a great 4th of July weekend!

All the best,
Bryan

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