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How it works

So, you are asking, how does your calendar purchase help reveal the truth and protect whistleblowers?

Simple, for every calendar we sell, we will donate every penny, cent or pence of any profit to one of the organisations below. Have a look at what they do and we are sure you will agree that your donation is well-spent.

None of the participants in the calendar have been paid for their time and the money paid to photographers and designers has been minimal, so you can be sure that other than the cost of actually printing the calendar, most of your money will go straight to support whistleblowers.

Take a moment to get to know our supported organisations:

image The Private Manning Support Network works to raise money for PVT Manning’s legal defense, to educate the public about her case, and to organize actions that demonstrate the public support that exists for PVT Manning.

Chelsea Manning, formerly known as Bradley, gained world-wide media attention when she was revealed as the source of several leaks to whistleblowing site Wikileaks, including the Iraq and Afghanistan War logs and the Embassy Cables.

Find out more about the Private Manning Support Network at their website:
image WikiLeaks is a not-for-profit media organisation. It's goal is to bring important news and information to the public by providing an innovative, secure and anonymous way for sources to leak information to their journalists (their electronic drop box). One of their important activities is to publish original source material alongside their news stories so readers and historians alike can see evidence of the truth. Wikileaks has grown very quickly, relying on a network of dedicated volunteers around the globe. Since 2007, when the organisation was officially launched, WikiLeaks has worked to report on and publish important information.

Find out more about Wikileaks at their website:

The Freedom of the Press Foundation is dedicated to helping defend and support aggressive, public-interest journalism focused on exposing mismanagement, corruption, and law-breaking in government. The Freedom of the Press Foundation is built on the recognition that this kind of transparency journalism — from publishing the Pentagon Papers and exposing Watergate, to uncovering the NSA’s warrantless wiretapping program and CIA secret prisons — doesn’t just happen. It requires dogged work by journalists, and often, the courage of whistleblowers and others who work to ensure that the public actually learns what it has a right to know.

Find out more about the Freedom of the Press Foundation at their website:

image Public Concern at Work (PCAW) aims to help make whistleblowing work so that dangers, wrongdoing and serious risks that threaten the public good are deterred or at least detected before serious damage is caused. PCAW pursue this aim through their free confidential advice line, the support and services they provide to organisations, their policy work and their public education activities. Through these activities PCAW promote the role of whistleblowing in furthering organisational accountability, individual responsibility and public confidence. All of PCAW's activities help to promote the public interest and are for the public good in that they benefit citizens, consumers, patients, regulators, shareholders, tax payers and the vulnerable, both individually and collectively.

Find out more about Public Concern at Work at their website:
image FAIR (Federal Accountability Initiative for Reform) promotes integrity and accountability within government by empowering employees to speak out without fear of reprisal when they encounter wrongdoing. Our aim is to support legislation and management practices that will provide effective protection for whistleblowers and hence occupational free speech in the workplace.

Find out more about FAIR at their website: