Match Donation: 10k in 10 Days

Help us meet our fundraising goal by making a donation before 2 July and double the impact of your donation!

With 1 day to the end of our fundraiser, a generous donor will match all donations to New Naratif up to US$10,000! From now until Friday, 2 July, 11:59 p.m. MYT, your donation will be matched dollar for dollar up to US$10,000.

For example, if you donate US$5, New Naratif gets US$10! Help us reach $10K in 10 days. If we reach US$10,000, then New Naratif will get an additional US$20,000 for our fundraising grand total!

Match Donation Progress
65%

Progress Updates:
So far, we have reached US$6,529.92 to US$10,000. US$3,470.08 more to go! (per 2 July 2021, 10.41 a.m. GMT +8)

What US$10,000 can fund:
80 Illustrations
40 Articles
20 Comics

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