Progress toward funding journalism in 2019

Donate today!This month, we have a goal to raise $75,000 by Dec. 31 to power our reporting in 2019. As of this writing, we’ve garnered $9,437 in donations from 88 generous MinnPost readers.

A good start, for sure — thanks to those who’ve already donated! — but we have some work to do to reach our goal. We know we can get there, though, because since our founding in 2007, readers have always stepped up, providing well over half of the funding for our nonprofit newsroom.

Your continued commitment to MinnPost’s mission-driven journalism will be essential in 2019, as our award-winning reporters help you understand new political dynamics shaping policy and culture in Minnesota.

Will you donate now to get us on track to reach our goal and keep our in-depth coverage going strong in the year ahead?

At any level, your support is vital to our newsroom. (And since MinnPost is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, your donation is tax-deductible.)

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A huge thank you to those who’ve already donated! We especially enjoy hearing why members support MinnPost. Below is a sampling of just a few member testimonials we’ve received recently. When you donate, be sure to tell us what inspired you to do so, and perhaps it’ll be featured in a future post.

“Your reporters cover the news with an unbiased view and their articles include Greater Minnesota as well as the Twin Cities. I appreciate the breadth and depth of your coverage.” — Marijo Vik, Ada

“I appreciate the skill and talent of your reporters. I especially appreciate Eric Black’s political coverage. I love reading the news on MinnPost!” — Lynne Hardey, Golden Valley

“Thoughtful independent coverage, especially Second Opinion.” — Dave Ellison, Pelican Rapids

“My first order of news gathering for the day is ‘The Glean’ with Brian Lambert’s acute and rewarding take on the regional and sometimes national events that always catches my interest.” — Charles Conlin, Northfield

“I like the in depth reporting, particularly articles by Gregg Aamot.” — John Lindstrom, New London

Let’s keep independent journalism about Minnesota going strong in 2019!

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