I’m delighted to report that our annual crowdfunding campaign — called TheBigPlan.ca — has been a smashing success!
As you know, we’re growing so fast, we need to move to a larger office, and we need to build a second studio because we have so many videos we’re making, and buy new equipment.
We had a goal of $206,000 dollars, broken into 68 individual items, from cameras to control panels, and even some furniture. And we’ve done it! Thank you very much.
As you know, everyone who contributes $51.50 or more will get their name on a symbolic brick, with an inscription if they choose. We still have some bricks available for inscribing, if you haven’t got yours.
But I want to go further. We’ve got so much momentum, I want to add four last things to the list.
I’d like to get four camera kits for remote reporters and commentators.
We’d love to have reporters in places like Regina, Montreal, Halifax and one day even Washington, D.C.
We don’t need to buy these correspondents an office — just a camera kit for their home:
A camera, tripod, microphone, lights, a green screen and an iPad teleprompter is about $5,000 all in for each kit.
We already have several remote commentators lined up, and we’re going to start bringing you their work in January:
The courageous Tommy Robinson, the erudite Barbara Kay — and more I’ll reveal later.
So please help us reach our new stretch goals.
VISIT TheBigPlan.ca to donate today.
All the best to you my friends, and Merry Christmas.