Patreon has been the most popular option with my viewers when they want to support my content. I use Patreon for all of my projects: YouTube, my professional website, merchandise, campaign stuff, workshop stuff, and more. Deaf Poynters is a brand new project that is added to the list.

Patreon is a favourite with my viewers because of the fact that perks are given for a monthly contribution. Depending on what perk you choose, you get anything from updates, video previews, letters, and more.

Please consider being a Patron today, which you can do so by visiting here.

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Ko-Fi is a great way to support financially without committing to it once a month like Patreon. You can donate however much you want, whenever you want. If you want to donate just $3 once and that's it, that's fine. If you want to donate $5 every few weeks, that's also fine. It's all up to you.

While it does say "buy me a coffee", it doesn't necessarily mean that the money goes toward coffee, though we know that coffee is a great thing in a writer's life.

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You can support by sending items that will be used for various things like writing letters to companies and YouTubers, printing, filing, and sending documents, planning workshops and speaking gigs, and more.