Give a Tax-Deductible Gift to NABJ
“The people must know before they can act, and there is
no educator to compare with the press.” ~ Ida B. Wells
During this holiday season, the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) appreciates your consideration for an end of year gift.
A donation to NABJ will support the training efforts that empower black journalists and journalists of color across the country and around the world as they work each day to report the truth and hold the powerful accountable. This year has been a challenging one for many journalists. But NABJers have stood tall — from NABJ Journalist of the Year April Ryan to traffic reporter Demetria Obilor. A small token to NABJ can have a great impact as NABJ continues to sow its seeds across the globe.
Here’s how your tax-deductible donation may have an impact:
$20 Ensure NABJ’s Future: All donations to the NABJ General Fund propel NABJ’s mission forward.
$40 Support NABJ Training: Donate to NABJ Media Institute. Your donation will assist NABJ with producing impactful programming that helps professionals and students alike, exposing them to our large networks and specialized training.
$75 Fund the Future: Donate to NABJ Scholarships. We will consolidate your contribution, along with others to fund our scholarships, allowing high school and college students the opportunity to continue their education.
$150 Promote Progress: Donate to JSHOP, High School Journalism Workshop. Your donation will be used to cover convention costs for our youngest and brightest. High school journalists will receive training so they may build and sharpen their skill sets in preparation for college.
$300 Train a Trailblazer: Donate to the SEED Multimedia Project. With the help of your donation, NABJ can continue to offer students an expenses-paid fellowship to cover our annual convention and local stories within the host city, as they work alongside industry professionals.
$600 Honor a Hard Worker: Donate to NABJ Day of Service. Help NABJ fuel its local outreach to the communities where our convention is held. In 2018, NABJ will be serving the Detroit community.
$1,000 NABJ Gift: Donate to NABJ General Fund. Sow a seed within our organization to support our continued efforts to serve as a voice for journalists of color within this industry.
Thank you for your continued support of NABJ. Happy Kwanzaa and have a safe New Year’s Eve.
About The National Association of Black Journalists
An advocacy group established in 1975 in Washington, D.C., NABJ is the largest organization for journalists of color in the nation, and provides career development as well as educational and other support to its members worldwide. For additional information, please visit www.nabj.org.
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