Wikipedia – Asking Public Donation

Hey everyone, Wikipedia – Asking Public Donation.

Got a quick message from Jimmy Wales, the brains behind Wikipedia. And trust me, it’s worth a minute of your time.

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So, here’s the deal. Picture this: Thursday, 24 August. Jimmy’s asking a small favor. Take a moment to think about how often you’ve hopped onto Wikipedia in the past year. All those times it saved your research, helped with schoolwork, or just satisfied your curiosity. Pretty cool, right?

Now, here’s the friendly ask. Can you pitch in ₹25? That’s like buying a cup of coffee, but the impact is way bigger. If you’re in, you’ll be joining a small gang – just 2% of the readers – who believe in keeping the Wikipedia spirit alive.

Imagine if we all teamed up and each gave ₹25. Boom! We’d hit the goal quicker than you can say “knowledge is power.”

Jimmy’s got a little backstory for you too. When he set up the Wikimedia Foundation, it wasn’t just about launching Wikipedia. Nope, it was about making sure knowledge stays pure, unbiased, and top-notch. No drama or crazy headlines, just good, solid info. And the best part? Wikipedia isn’t up for sale. It’s in safe hands because it’s a nonprofit venture.

Think about it: if Wikipedia has taught you something worth ₹25 this year, why not give back a little? It’s like saying, “Thanks, Wikipedia, you rock!”

Your chance to show some love is here. It’s not just a donation; it’s a high-five to the folks who work hard to keep us informed.

So, jot down August 24. Let’s make it a day to give back to the place that’s given us so much. Your generosity truly counts. Thanks a million!

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We’ve got another part that’s as important as a personal message from Jimmy. It’s the “Contribution Column,” and it’s all about how you’d like to support.

Here are your choices:

  • One time: A single donation.
  • Donate monthly: A regular contribution.
  • Please select an amount (INR): You can choose the amount that feels right for you. The average donation in India is ₹229.

Check out these options:

  • ₹25
  • ₹300
  • ₹500
  • ₹1,000
  • ₹1,500
  • ₹3,000
  • ₹5,000
  • Other amount

See, you’ve got the freedom to choose. If these options don’t quite fit, you can pick your own number. Just type it in where it says “Other.” The website says the average contribution from India is Rs. 229 per person so far.

Now, let’s talk payment. You’ve got some great choices: credit card, debit card, net banking, and UPI. Pick the one that’s easiest for you.

So, what’s the verdict? Are you in for supporting this fantastic cause? And how much feels right for you? Share your thoughts below. We’d love to hear from you in the comments below!

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