|Dear ATT Training Ltd,
Thank you for helping to keep Wikipedia free for the last 6 months!
Every day, millions of people worldwide turn to Wikipedia’s 18,400,000 articles in over 260 languages for the information they need. And it is thanks to your help that we’re able to spread this knowledge the world over, for free. Whether it’s our articles on Edward III, the asteroid belt, L.Ron Hubbard or Radiohead – they are all powered by you.
It’s truly remarkable that the world’s leading reference work is written entirely by volunteers, and kept running solely by donations. There isn’t a single advert anywhere near it. That’s because of the very generous donation you made to the Wikimedia fundraiser last winter.
Of course, you weren’t alone. You were one of over 500,000 people in every part of the world who helped raise a total of over £10 million. That’s what Wikipedia is all about – people worldwide coming together to make knowledge free and open to all.
PS. You might have heard about some of the work we’re doing to build links between Wikipedia and British museums, libraries and charities. For instance, we’ve recently run projects with the British Museum, Cancer Research UK, and the British Library. If you’re interested in getting involved in our outreach work, either as a Wikipedia editor or someone involved in an institution that’s interested in working with the Wikimedia movement, drop me an line on this email address – or check out our website at wikimedia.org.uk.
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