VTDigger needs your help

New VTDigger staff: From left to right, Rick Woods, co-publisher, Tom Brown, assignment editor, Viola Gad, intern, John Herrick, intern, and Hilary Niles, business and data reporter. Photo by Anne Galloway

New VTDigger staff: From left to right, Rick Woods, co-publisher, Tom Brown, assignment editor, Viola Gad, intern, John Herrick, intern, and Hilary Niles, business and data reporter. Photo by Anne Galloway

We need your help as we create the state’s first campaign finance database, launch a new, easier-to-navigate website and expand our coverage of Vermont.

Before the end of the year, we need to raise $75,000 from reader donations.

Because of the generosity of our contributors, we have added reporters to our staff and broadened our coverage. As a result, our readership has grown by 60 percent since last summer to more than 80,000 unique readers a month.

The most convenient way to become a part of VTDigger is to become a sustaining member and make an automatic donation of $5 to $20 (or more) each month by credit card. We also offer an annual membership for readers who prefer to give once a year. Of course, you can continue to give on an ad hoc basis if that best suits your needs.

You can become a member today by making a monthly contribution or a one-time donation through our PayPal account.


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You can also make a donation by check to VTDigger.org, 64 Main St., Suite 27, Montpelier VT 05602. Your gift is tax deductible.

Your donation is matched dollar for dollar by a capacity building challenge grant of $75,000 from the Ethics & Excellence in Journalism Foundation. We need your support to reach this $75,000 goal and to continue our aggressive reporting on state government.

Thanks for reading and supporting VTDigger. 

Anne Galloway
Editor and co-publisher of VTDigger.org
Executive director of Vermont Journalism Trust

Anne Galloway

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Harriet Cady
3 years 16 days ago

Anne galloway,
In New Hampshire the Secretary of Ststes office lists the doners to campaigns. I believe they only do over $25.
They also list lobbyist and their donations and reports.
Might help if VT adopted a law requiring electronic filing of politicians repiorts on receipts of money.

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