Help John Lothian News Capture Industry History with GoFundMe Campaign
Go Fund Me Campaign for MarketsWiki Education Video Series and John Lothian News
We need your help. John Lothian News is running a GoFundMe campaign to support our MarketsWiki Education history-focused video series and our company at large.
Your contribution will allow JLN to continue its work to capture the history of our industry through our Open Outcry Traders History Project, The Path to Electronic Trading series and more, including MarketsWiki and other MarketsWiki Education content.
We need your support to capture this history and help our company remain at the forefront of keeping the industry informed, educated and we hope occasionally entertained.
On an individual level, if you contribute to the GoFundMe campaign, we will build you a personal MarketsWiki page (if you don’t have one) and will place a GoFundMe gold badge on your page signifying you are a JLN benefactor. We will mention you on a special MarketsWiki Education benefactor page on MarketsWikiEducation.com and MarketsWiki.com.
On a company basis, we will list you as a sponsor on a number of our videos for The Path to Electronic Trading, depending on the level of your giving. You will be listed in the credits at the end of the video, just like in the movies. You will also be listed on the webpage on JohnLothianNews.com where the video is posted. And your company page on MarketsWiki will list your firm as a JLN benefactor and include a gold JLN benefactor badge. Your firm will also be mentioned on the benefactor pages mentioned above. Any donation above $5,000 will include a logo in the credits of the video.
There will be additional benefits depending on the amount contributed. And of course, if you wish to donate and remain anonymous, that is an option too.
This important campaign will help support the ongoing operation of John Lothian News and the continued employment of its current staff and offset lost revenue due to the pandemic and other related factors. The campaign will give our productive news organization the resources to continue our work to inform readers with our newsletters and websites and educate viewers with our videos and listeners with our podcasts.