More on VOTF's financial rescue

We blogged about this yesterday, Voice of the Faithful lives to pray another day. Here's the media statement Voice of the Faithful released:


The Organization Is Working Toward a More Secure Financial Base

Boston -- One week after announcing an urgent need for financial support, Voice of the Faithful reports that donors have responded with more than $63,000 to date and still coming.

"We are deeply grateful to our many generous donors and encouraged by their sentiments of support," said Bill Casey, Chairman of the Board of Trustees. "Their response is a testament to the important work that Voice of the Faithful does. It also reinvigorates the organization as we work toward the release of new initiatives aimed at transforming the Catholic Church.

"Now we begin to build a stable base of predictable income to sustain our ongoing operations. We will invite our members to support that effort when we roll out the Strategic Plan in early August."

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VOTF members are also completing plans for the 2009 National VOTF Convention in Long Island, New York, October 30-31 -- an event that will bring members together in a national gathering.

That strategic plan is spell out here: Strategic Plan 2009-2010.

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