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Anonymous Donor to the Rescue

Last year Interra's board of directors voted to join the local chamber of commerce. However, in doing this, we almost doubled our operating costs. (Since we do not have a physical office space and all our employees are volunteers, our monthly expenses average only about $16)

While we all valued Chamber membership, the thought of how far those membership dollars could go in some parts of the world weighed heavily on us. But we still went ahead and voted at the April meeting to renew our membership. 

And after the meeting was over, one of the board members anonymously donated $270 to cover last year's chamber membership and pledged to cover this year's too. Imagine that!

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