How to donate to keep the site going

In November 2019, I posted I was hanging up my boots up, because sales weren’t covering costs.

I was very sad about this, but knew it had to be done.

(You can read that post, and more importantly, the comments, here.)

I wasn’t expecting the reaction I got at all.

Lots wanted to donate to keep the site going.

Personally, I’d much prefer it if you bought the Beginners’ Guide, or joined the members club, or bought some of the print out scenery.

But on the other hand, any donations will directly help keep the blog going. So here it is.

I want to make it as easy as possible, so here’s how I’ve done it.

It’s through paypal, for $9 a month. Cancel any time.





If you click on it, it says it’s for a 30 month term. That’s not the case. You can cancel at anytime you like.

Here’s the best thing though, here’s the unsubscribe button.




If you want to do it for one month and then cancel that’s fine, you still will have been a massive help.

If you want to run your donation for a few months, well, I couldn’t thank you enough.

You’ll also see a link to this page on the main menu, so you can always get to it to unsubscribe.

Thank you everybody who rallied round, I won’t ever be able to express how much it’s meant to me.

Best

Al

5 Responses to How to donate to keep the site going

  1. Brian Byford says:

    Hi Al
    Is it possible to design some English buildings as your print outs are nearly all U.S
    based. It could also help boost your sales.
    Thank you for keeping the site going.

    Brian.

  2. Al,
    Your efforts are worth more than $9 a month. I was not even aware of the “Members Club”, though I have read your posts faithfully for the past two or three years. It would appear that this will cost me $17 a month, after the first month for a buck. Would suggest that you make it more clear to others who follow your blog, or whatever the correct name is for the wonderful service you offer to us, what the Members’ Club is, how much it costs, and how to utilize its benefits. Suspect others are not aware of its existence. Happy Thanks Giving. Garry

  3. Love the new donations page…
    Will be subscribing soon as I get some finances of my own straightened out..
    John
    Southern California

  4. Al,

    Glad to hear that we are not losing this excellent blog it would be missed.

    I have never seen any information on the “Members Club” How to join and what you get as a member.

  5. paul diffley says:

    POssible to design some European buildings. Love the ones you have now.

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