USBN #143 May 1941 pp2
Regarding the state of the National Fund, which you have reported as suffering from a general slackness in contributions from both individual believers and the local Assemblies and groups. It is only evident that unless the flow of donations is regularly maintained by means of generous and continual support by all the believers, individually and collectively, the National Fund will never be able to meet the needs and requirements of the Cause. particularly in these days when the national activities of the American believers are assuming such wide and increasing proportions.
From letter dated February 3, 1941, written through the Guardian's Secretary to Roy C. Wilhelm.