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Every day, The 74 creates a first-rate news report for the benefit of you, our readers. But it costs money to pay salaries, to fund reporting trips, to produce high-quality videos. Other publications erect paywalls, or fill their sites with annoying pop-up ads. But we’re not interested in blocking anyone’s access. That’s why we need you to become a member of The 74 and to donate generously. Our future counts on it.
Other Ways to Support The 74
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Corporate Matching Gifts
Many employers will match donations that their staff members make to charitable organizations. Please ask your employer if there is a matching gifts program so that you can maximize the impact of your donation.
Donor Advised Funds
Donor Advised Funds (DAFs) are an easy and convenient option to support the work of The 74. Please contact our Director of Development and Partnerships, Dena Wilson, (email@example.com) to make your gift via DAF.
Who Supports The 74?
As a nonprofit news organization, The 74 is supported by donations from foundations, corporate sponsors and individuals. Donors do not dictate editorial coverage and understand that The 74 may sometimes publish content that does not reflect their views or preferences. Our stories will include a disclosure when we write about organizations supported by our donors or by members of our board.
Will you take a check?
Absolutely! Just mail your donation to:
The 74 Media, Inc
222 Broadway, 19th Floor
New York, NY 10038
What does it mean to be a member of The 74?
Being a member means you have decided to take a proactive step in support of the non-profit journalism that The 74 publishes every day. It means you recognize the need for an independent, nonpartisan publication about the most important topics affecting the education of America’s 74 million children. A donation to The 74 automatically makes you a member for the following 12 months.
What’s best? Monthly, yearly or one-time donations?
We prefer that donors use their credit cards to give recurring monthly or yearly contributions, as that allows us to more predictably plan our annual budgets. But we happily accept one-time gifts as well. And no matter what you are able to give, we are enormously grateful to all of our donors. Our Development Director, Dena Wilson, can answer further questions by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How do corporate sponsorships work?
For companies that are in the education space, The 74 offers sponsorship packages for our daily newsletter. The packages give your company advertising positions on the newsletter and other opportunities to show your support for our journalism. The 74’s Publisher, Jim Roberts, can help explain the options. Just shoot him an email at email@example.com.
From Our Members:
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