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(May 2014) Breaking news! A long-time friend of the Hawai‘i ACLU has pledged up to $25,000 to match – dollar for dollar – any new or increased donations by December 31, 2014. As an independent watchdog for the Bill of Rights, the ACLU does not accept government funding – our strength comes from the support of friends of civil liberties like you! Every donation counts – many thanks in advance.
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Planned giving: The civil liberties landscape can change in unexpected ways. Ten years ago, for example, we never thought we would need to defend the right to vote for millions of Americans. What civil liberties threats will we face in 20, 30, or 40 years? Whatever they are, your future gift can help ensure that the ACLU will be there — proud, principled, unflinching, and effective.
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