I want to share with you a great new way to raise money for the Federation of American Scientists (FAS), and our efforts to create a more secure future.
FAS is excited to release FAS Search, a search engine powered by Google, Bing, and Yahoo. FAS Search provides the same search results you are used to, but now every search raises a few cents for FAS at no cost to you. Net proceeds will go to support the critical work of FAS to educate policy makers, the press, and the public.
It’s really simple, secure, fun, and completely free, so please give it a try. Also, the FAS Search page will be a communication tool to keep you updated on the latest FAS membership news, expert analysis, events, and opportunities.
Make this your new home page and/or search page so that you can start supporting FAS one click at a time. Go to the FAS Search page today. Also, if you’re away from your personal computer, you can always find the FAS Search page by typing search.fas.org into your browser.
You have to register on the FAS Search page for your searches to count, so please don’t skip this important step!
Also, you may be interested in an additional feature — the FAS toolbar. The toolbar contains easy to use buttons that allow you to access all of our content online, including all of the FAS expert blogs. The FAS toolbar provides you with a search bar so you don’t have to navigate back to your homepage. By using this toolbar for all your searches, you will help us raise money, every time you click!
Please note that the toolbar is still in development for the Mac OS, however you can still register and use the FAS Search page to help FAS out!
I ask that you give the FAS Search page and/or the FAS toolbar a try. If you have a suggestion on how to improve the toolbar, or you have any questions regarding the FAS Search page, please don’t hesitate to reply to this post.
Also, I ask that you consider telling your family and friends about FAS Search.
Thank you for your continued support of FAS, and your investment in our organization.