So Far the Vanguard has Raised $2790 of our $4000 Goal – We have $1210 to raise still

For those readers who remember 2013-2014, it was a tough time running the Vanguard.  In December 2013, our longtime website crashed and died.  We ended up having to hire a new company to build it from scratch.  But while we built a new site – at a huge cost – the site that replaced it was attacked immediately by bots and it too went down a few months later.

We had a website that was down twice for about 10 days a piece.  Not a happy time.

In the fall of 2014, we hired Uptown Studios and lunched the current website in September 2014 and we have not a problem since.  But now it is time to update the current website.  This is not a full rebuild, but rather a re-design and it will modernize and optimize the site.

Still the cost won’t be cheap – about $4000.  So for our fundraiser this year, we will be financing the new site – and maybe get us a few extra doctors to help pay our normal and ongoing costs.

As usual – you can help with a $5, $10, $25, $50, $100, $1000 or $5000 contribution.  Whatever you can afford or would like to give, we appreciate.

To donate, we have three options:

Option one: our gofundme: http://gofundme.com/vanguard-new-website

Option two: paypal by going to DavisVanguard.org and hitting donate at the top or directly at info@davisvanguard.org

Option three: by check: Davis Vanguard, PO Box 4715, Davis, CA 95617

Thanks so much for your support.

To date we have raised more than $2790 of the $4000 after the second week of the fund drive.  We have $1210 to raise still.


About The Author

David Greenwald is the founder, editor, and executive director of the Davis Vanguard. He founded the Vanguard in 2006. David Greenwald moved to Davis in 1996 to attend Graduate School at UC Davis in Political Science. He lives in South Davis with his wife Cecilia Escamilla Greenwald and three children.

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3 thoughts on “So Far the Vanguard has Raised $2790 of our $4000 Goal – We have $1210 to raise still”

      1. Ron

        I see the smoke in the photo, now.

        I won’t “thank” the fires, but I will thank Measure J/R (and those behind it) for saving this property from development. And, I’ll thank you for sharing the beauty of it.

        The flowers/plants are crystal-clear, in your photo. And, you captured the sun at just the right time/position in your photo.

        If only you’d use your photographic ability for the “good”, more often. 🙂

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