America Media launches first-ever Anniversary Giving Day!

On Tuesday, April 17—just two days away—we are launching our first-ever America Anniversary Giving Day, a 24-hour online fundraising event that will engage America’s community in a new and exciting way!

Building on the tradition of our 109-year-old-flagship magazine, we encourage you to support our first-ever #AmericaAnniversary!

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  • On Tuesday April 17 invest in America with a gift at americamagazine.org/donation.
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  • Tell us why you support America, offer a matching challenge gift, or simply share our content—videos, social media posts, emails—with your family, friends and coworkers.

Join us on April 17 as we show the world that America pursues the truth, leading the conversation about faith and culture!

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