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Mozilla's roots go back to a time when the Internet was new, fragile and in need of nurturing.
A small group of people came together to do just that. They collaborated to create, shape and build a Web that is safe, open and accessible for anyone.
They made it something better: a place where anyone could come to build their dreams. With Firefox, they helped create the Web we know and love today — and ensured the Web would be a force for good in the world.
Today Mozilla continues to stand up for the Web we helped to build, and we are glad you've joined us.
We put together a fun and quick video that tells that story — and why we need your support to keep it going. I hope you like it!
Please watch «The Mozilla Story» and make a year-end donation of $10 or more to help keep the Web a force for good in the world.
We are a non-profit, which means we can keep our focus squarely on the people who use our software, on the public good, and on our mission, rather than on a bottom line or shareholders. And it means we can stand up to protect the Internet when it comes under attack through harmful legislation like SOPA.
But being a nonprofit means we also rely on your support to make it happen, to build software and programs that will create the next generation of webmakers. And, to be honest, building a better Web where anyone can dream, discover and create isn't cheap.
We've set a year-end fundraising goal of $300,000 — and because of supporters like you we are really close to reaching it. With just ten days left, we're at $263,000 — I hope you'll help us cross that finish line. Your gift will be put to work in the New Year as we fight to keep the Web a public resource for innovation and opportunity and protect the Internet as it comes under attack.
Can you help us meet our $300,000 goal with a donation today? It's tax-deductible if you live in the US:
Thanks so much, for all you do,
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