Provide us the link, and we’ll quickly remedy the situation!
Last Sunday we kicked off Fund Drive 45. As I write, we’re at 34% : ) Fantastic!
Let’s keep it going. Here is the link: https://secure.west-point.org/howtodonate.html
This morning I’m sitting in my dark office, watching the morning rays of sun illuminate springtime in the Texas Hillcountry. The trees are newly leafed; the grass already tall and in need of mowing. Bluebonnets have sprouted in lush bunches straight out of the rocks in my driveway. Mockingbirds are singing and screeching and tangling with each other midair like drunk pinwheels.
I’m opening yesterday’s postal mail, much of it donations for WP-ORG this time of year. One in about every ten contains a handwritten note along with a check. The last envelope today, postmarked from Hawaii, was from a Class of ’48 Grad who wrote, “Thanks for your great service to all our graduates. We of ’48 have just over 40 still with us but, of them, many are users of your service. Aloha.”
And that, right there, is why we do what we do. Human relationships are the most valuable things we can nurture in life. And nearly 71 years after graduation, these classmates and lifelong friends are continuing to weave the story of the Class of 1948, using services provided by WP-ORG, supported by donations from all those who appreciate West Point.
What we are doing at WP-ORG is good and valuable. And everything WP-ORG is was built on your support. Please donate to Fund Drive 45 so we can continue, as a community, to write the story that begins with West Point.
Fund Drive 45 Donation Link: http://www.west-point.org/donate
Fund Drive 45 Budget: http://www.west-point.org/budget/
Fund Drive 45 Report: https://secure.west-point.org/donate/report/
Donations by check should be sent to our NEW address:
c/o Megan Klein
23802 Oscar Road
Spicewood, TX 78669
President Donald J. Trump presented former Army Staff Sgt. Ronald J. Shurer II with the Medal of Honor during a ceremony at the White House for his heroic actions in April 2008 as a Special Forces medic in Afghanistan.
Major League Baseball pulled the curtain back today on a number of special edition 2019 uniforms, to include editions designed to honor the fallen and celebrate military personnel throughout the month of May.
One noticeable change, compared to previous seasons, is that the League is taking a more subtle approach with its Memorial Day uniform accents in an effort to respect the real meaning behind the day, Melanie LeGrande, Major League Baseball’s vice president of Social Responsibility, told Military Times.
“From Major League Baseball’s perspective, it was important for us to ensure that we were being appropriate to the spirit of Memorial Day,” LeGrande said.
“It’s a great opportunity for us to celebrate and support the military, to honor those who have been lost, and to understand their memory, their commitment, and how we feel about military families who have lost a loved one.”
It’s Spring, and again time to ask for your support to fund WP-ORG services for the next six months. Fund Drive 45 begins today. Our goal is $74,493.
The donation link above will accommodate checks, credit cards, PayPal, and stock donations. If you plan to make a donation, we encourage you to make it early to help us close out FD45 in just a month. For those who prefer to donate by check, our new postal address is:
c/o Megan Klein
23802 Oscar Road
Spicewood, TX 78669
All donations are 100% tax deductible.
Our FD45 budget: http://www.west-point.org/budget/
— chart of budgets dating back to 2000:
In addition to your donations, WP-ORG is backed by over a hundred volunteers who donate magnificent efforts as listserve moderators and as webmasters. We especially thank them, without whom we could not function. There is no other venue where a dollar donated does more for our West Point community than these fund drives.
From its inception over 20 years ago, WP-ORG’s services have been wholly funded by its members’ donations. Your donations make WP-ORG services possible. Please donate to Fund Drive 45 by credit card, check, or PayPal:
On behalf of the Board of Advisors, WP-ORG’s volunteers, and our two employees, thank you!
As you were aware from prior warning(s), WP-ORG scheduled major changes to our servers. We needed to phase out older versions of JOOMLA (e.g., version 1.5) so that we can upgrade our PHP software on the server. We did that yesterday, converting over to a platform that allows for very powerful WordPress websites. We no longer support old/insecure JOOMLA sites. If we host your Society or class page, and it was built on JOOMLA, that site will no longer show when you click on your URL.
- What happened to my older version JOOMLA site?
- Your old documents are not lost. Everything was backed up. We can place many of your menus/stories into WordPress for you.
- We can convert your current JOOMLA site to a WordPress site, and assist you in learning how to use it. If you can use a computer, you can manage a WordPress site. It really is that user friendly.
- If you opt to convert your JOOMLA site into WordPress, your existing articles will be moved into WordPress, but may lose their current formatting.
- Images will be saved, but must be managed with a WordPress Image Plugin of your choosing.
- There is no fee for us to convert your site to WordPress. All you need to do is ask us to switch you over. (write to us at email@example.com)
These changes will not affect HTML websites.