Following is Wikipedia's acknowledgment of my donation. It's been the third year that I actively and positively respond to their call. Wikipedia is a good place to start for those who seek information. Although in almost all schools and universities, Wiki cannot be the source of someones paper, it is still a great help to start with it.
It's still not late for you. Be part of Wikipedia's success too! Just click those links below. Any amount will do, no worries 1 million of $1 will total to a million dollars, right? Just share a bit and t's enough.
Thank you for your gift of USD __. __ to the Wikimedia Foundation, received on November 23, 2010. I’m very grateful for your support.
Your donation celebrates everything Wikipedia and its sister sites stand for: the power of information to help people live better lives, and the importance of sharing, freedom, learning and discovery. Thank you so much for helping to keep these projects freely available for their nearly 400 million monthly readers around the world.
Your money supports technology and people. The Wikimedia Foundation develops and improves the technology behind Wikipedia and nine other projects, and sustains the infrastructure that keeps them up and running. The Foundation has a staff of about fifty, which provides technical, administrative, legal and outreach support for the global community of volunteers who write and edit Wikipedia.
Many people love Wikipedia, but a surprising number don't know it's run by a non-profit. Please help us spread the word by telling a few of your friends.
And again, thank you for supporting free knowledge.
This letter can serve as a record for tax purposes. No goods or services were provided, in whole or in part, for this contribution. The Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit charitable corporation with 501(c)(3) tax exempt status in the United States. Our address is 149 New Montgomery, 3rd Floor, San Francisco, CA, 94105. Tax-exempt number: 20-0049703