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Ars readers gave more than $33,000 in 2019 charity drive

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Providing until it harms–.

Still offering strong after 13 years and more than $330,00 0 raised.

Kyle Orland

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Giving a little joy.

Enlarge / Offering a little pleasure.

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Now that the providing is done and the results have been tallied, we can report that Ars Technica readers donated $33,181 That’s not rather a record for our yearly effort, but it does bring our donation overall over 13 years of charity driving past the $330,00 0 mark!

Thanks to everyone who gave whatever they could. In the meantime, take pleasure in these quick statistics from the 2019 drive.

  • 2018 Fundraising overall: $33,18111
    • Total provided to Child’s Play: $14,37388
    • Total offered to the EFF: $18,75800
  • Number of individual donations: 474
    • Kid’s Play contributions: 253
    • EFF contributions: 221
  • Typical contribution: $7000
    • Kid’s Play average contribution: $5704
    • EFF average contribution: $8488
  • Mean donation: $2500
    • Typical Child’s Play contribution: $2500
    • Typical EFF donation: $5000
  • Leading single contribution: $ 1,00 0 (2 to EFF, 1 to CP)
  • Contributions of $1,00 0 or more: 3
  • Contributions of $100 or more: 121(!)
  • $ 1 contributions: 3 (every little bit assists!)
  • Total charity donations from Ars Technica drives considering that 2007 (approximate): $336,10701
    • 2018: $20,21066
    • 2017: $36,01237
    • 2016: $38,73811
    • 2015: $38,86106
    • 2014: $25,09431
    • 2013: $23,57013
    • 2012: $28,71352
    • 2011: ~$26,00 0
    • 2010: ~$24,00 0
    • 2009: ~$17,00 0
    • 2008: ~$12,00 0
    • 2007: ~$10,00 0

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