The work we do at the American Journalism Project is made possible by the generosity of our supporters. We are grateful for their commitment to nonprofit news and for their support of our vision.
Our supporters include philanthropic individuals, family foundations, institutional funders and corporate partners — all who see the urgency of the crisis facing local news, and share our vision for sustainable nonprofit local news.
As we pursue this mission to establish and sustain local journalism as a public good, we are thankful to have these donors and partners alongside us:
$200,000 to $999,999
Arthur Vining Davis Foundations | Simone Coxe | Ford Foundation | Google News Initiative | Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation | Lumina Foundation | Erin and John Thornton | Natasha and Dirk Ziff
$5,000 – $199,999
Bruce Aidells & Nancy Oakes | Allen & Company | Pam & Larry Baer | Baskin Family Foundation | Eliot Brown | Cat’s Ear Account | Dana Devon and Neil Sand | Adam Entous | Erkiletian Family Foundation | Girl Reporter Fund | Good Words Foundation | Greenfield Foundation | Kaplen Brothers Fund | Katherine Kovner | Erica and Jeff Lawson | Dr. Michelle and Mr. Daniel Lubetzky | Charles Hazlehurst Moura Family Foundation | Roger Miles | Patrick Miller | Luis Miranda | Joe Natoli | News Corp | Present Progressive Fund | Rockefeller Brothers Fund | Susan Crowne Exchange, Inc. | Karen Tarnow | Maria Thomas | Marianne Victor | Wyncote Foundation
Meet our community of individual champions committed to supporting local news.
Bruce Aidells & Nancy Oakes
Allen & Company
Pam and Larry Baer
Dana and Neil Devon
Good Words Foundation
Kaplen Brothers Fund
Erica and Jeff Lawson
Present Progressive Fund
The American Journalism Project is guided by the same principles of transparency and independence as our grantees, who adhere to the ethics and standards of the Institute for Nonprofit News. Read our gift acceptance policy here.
Have questions about supporting the American Journalism Project? We’d love to talk to you: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo courtesy of our grantee partner City Bureau.