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Every day you get a morning round up of Washington's urbanist news stories. You get in-depth but easy-to-read stories about local and regional policies that shape how you get around and the community you live in. All for free.

But it costs money to keep the site going and advocating for the policies that you want to see happen. You can help keep GGWash going strong by making a donation today.

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Why you should donate right now

GGWash is a community. Without the volunteer writers and you readers and commenters, GGWash would not be able to influence regional conversations about urban and transportation planning. Being part of a community means helping to keep it healthy. You benefit from this community, will you help keep it alive with a small donation?

And there's some cool stuff on the line. In honor of our 10th anniversary, we have some presents for our donors! We're offering limited edition swag and perks to readers and supporters who give during the reader drive.

A book of custom Metro maps and custom sticker

Have you seen these Metro maps?! Now you can your own copy. We made a book of some of the best custom Metro maps you've seen on GGWash, and a few others as well.

A $50 one-time donation (or $10 monthly recurring donation) gets you a copy. You'll also get this custom sticker designed to fit on your SmarTrip card!

Want to sponsor a slice of the site?

Adopt-a-tag today! By donating to GGWash, you can help maintain the blog so you and your fellow readers have a reliable place to discuss, debate, and advocate for smart urban and transportation planning and policy and get to see your name on the site in return.

It's like adopt-a-highway but for the site! Sponsor the tag of your choice for three months today with a donation of at least $175 (or $35/month).

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If you value GGWash, please make a donation today.

Sarah Guidi is Greater Greater Washington's Managing Director. A social worker by training, Sarah brings knowledge of nonprofit management, policy and advocacy, and community engagement to Greater Greater Washington. When she's not working, she enjoys visiting new parts of the city by bike, doing gymnastics, and reading novels. Sarah lives in the Petworth neighborhood of DC.