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Become a VTDigger member, and help us tell the full story

Dear Reader,

Today, VTDigger is launching our September member drive. Over the next 10 days, our goal is to see 300 people make a donation to VTDigger to help power our daily reporting on Covid, local school reopenings, the social justice movement, and investigations brewing in our newsroom. 

Over the past few years, VTDigger has become the newspaper of record in Vermont, covering state government, business trends and entrepreneurs and communities across the state including the city of Burlington, towns south of Route 4 and the Northeast Kingdom. 

Every day, we bring you the full Vermont story, reporting on local and state institutions without fear or favor. 

We believe the most effective tool against misinformation from social media is well-researched, fact-based journalism that corrects the record, holds those in power to account, and spurs real-world change — the kind of journalism we do here at VTDigger. 

Today, I’m asking you to join us as a member with a donation of any amount. When you become a member of VTDigger, not only are you standing up for the power of journalism to shine a light on injustice and corruption, you’re standing with thousands of like-minded people. Together, when we demand transparency and accountability, our collective voices are loud and powerful and can make a real difference. 

Will you stand with us?

Join VTDigger today, and support watchdog journalism that defends the facts.

Thanks so much,

Anne Galloway
Founder and Editor, VTDigger


Call: (802) 225-6224
Mail: Make checks payable to VTDigger, 26 State Street, Suite 8, Montpelier, VT 05602

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Anne Galloway

About Anne

Anne Galloway is the founder and editor of VTDigger and the executive director of the Vermont Journalism Trust. Galloway founded VTDigger in 2009 after she was laid off from her position as Sunday editor of the Rutland Herald and Times Argus. VTDigger has grown from a $16,000 a year nonprofit with no employees to a $2 million nonprofit daily news operation with a staff of 25. In 2017, Galloway was a finalist for the Ancil Payne Award for Ethics, the Al Neuharth Innovation in Investigative Journalism Award and the Investigative Reporters and Editors FOIA Award for her investigation into allegations of foreign investor fraud at Jay Peak Resort.

Email: [email protected]

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