How Have You Helped Free Enterprise?

Even if all of this is true — You are not a member of the Free Enterprise Forum.

No one is.  We are not a membership based organization.

As a public policy group focused on local government, we believe the more people that hear our message of less government intervention and smarter regulation the better.

When we speak out about the boondoggle that is Places29, we want the world to hear, not just our members.

But now, we need your help. All of this work costs money.

Will the Free Enterprise Forum be prepared to answer this challenge?

Will you help us? Please give today to keep the voice of the Free Enterprise Forum clear in the County office buildings and in City Hall.

Your gift of $100, $250, $500 or even $1,000 will go a long way to helping us achieve our mission to add balance to the debate.

Please send a check today or click here to donate online.

Localities across the region are preparing to swear in new officials. Never in my seven years at the Free Enterprise Forum has so much been expected from newly minted officials.

While some might consider this a time the Free Enterprise Forum can coast, the need for solid fact based research supporting free market solutions may be even greater now.

While some many Boards seem to slanting toward being more business friendly than previous iterations, the reality is the policy battles will be as fierce as ever.

Thanks to generous supporters, we now have field officers reporting from in Greene and Fluvanna County as well as our significant efforts in the City of Charlottesville, Albemarle and Nelson County. The Free Enterprise Forum is adding balance to the debate throughout the region.

Your support makes this possible, please click here to donate online today!

Thank you!

Sincerely,

Neil Williamson, President

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20070731williamson Neil Williamson is the President of The Free Enterprise Forum, a public policy organization covering the City of Charlottesville as well as Albemarle, Greene, Fluvanna and Nelson County.  For more information visit the website www.freeenterpriseforum.org

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