Thank you

Creative Commons would not exist without you.

As we wrap up our winter fundraising campaign, it’s time for our most important message: thanks.

Thank you for your donations to support the work of our staff, affiliates, and volunteers around the world. We met and exceeded our goals. Without your support, Creative Commons simply wouldn’t exist.

Donating is one important contribution, and we thank you for it. But we also thank you for using Creative Commons licenses to share, remix, and collaborate. Without people like you using them, CC licenses would be meaningless. Because of you, CC is a growing, evolving movement that’s redefining how knowledge, culture, and information are shared.

Thank you for being a voice for open in your schools, businesses, organizations, and governments. Over the past 12 years, you’ve shown the world that sometimes sharing content freely makes it more valuable, not less.

Thank you for wearing those CC T-Shirts, uploading those CC-licensed photos, and displaying those license badges on your blogs.

2015 is going to be a big year for Creative Commons. We’ll be back in touch soon to talk with you about some big projects we’re working on and how you can get involved.

But for now, thank you for supporting Creative Commons. We’re proud to be fighting together with you.

Here’s to more sharing in 2015.

Sincerely,
Creative Commons

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One thought on “Thank you”

  1. I want to thank all of You and your outstanding work. Creative Common content helps to many people to make their first steps in blogging.

    I personally use pictures & photos under CC license for my personal blog and other projects. Your project opened for me the new horizons, when I fond the information about CC content for a first time. Before I learned about Creative Commons licensed content I didn’t understand which picture I could use and which using is forbidden.

    Hence, you have such great results as users feedback in the form of the donations. Your work is outstanding.

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