Warren Times-Gazette - COVID-19 Local News Fund

Give to support The Warren Times-Gazette as we cover the coronavirus crisis in our communities.

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COVID-19 Local News Fund (via Local Media Foundation)

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The Covid-19 pandemic has brought the local economy — and many of the businesses who support us — to a standstill.

During this unprecedented time, we continue to share the critical stories that readers expect — interest in our news coverage is higher than it’s been in our lifetimes — but these efforts are almost impossible to sustain with the economy on lockdown. If you believe local journalism is essential, especially during this crisis, please consider a tax-deductible donation.

Donate today and we will double your donation amount! We are committed to the health and sustainability of our community, every donation of $50 or more made between May 5th - May 15th will be doubled in value in the form of digital advertising made available to the local non-profit organization of your choice. The designated organization must be a local, nonprofit, Section 501(c)(3) organization that is eligible to accept charitable contributions. Please designate the the local non-profit organization of your choice in your comment when making your donation, we will take it from there.

Contributions to this fund will help to cover the costs of COVID-19 coverage in our communities. Your donation will be directed through the Local Media Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization that is supporting hundreds of news outlets throughout the country and will be directed to us in the amount you indicate. Your support will help us continue our long tradition of objective local news coverage.

Thank you for your support during this unprecedented time!

As reported in the Warren Times-Gazette Covid-19 coverage, Asher Schofield, who lives in Warren with his wife and children, own the Frog and Toad gift shops on Hope and Westminster streets in Providence, bags T-shirts for delivery Thursday afternoon. His Frog and Toad store has sold more than 5,000 of them so far. Frog and Toad is donating 20 percent of all proceeds to the Rhode Island Foundation’s Covid-19 Response Fund.



Warren Times-Gazette - 
COVID-19 Local News Fund is a program administered by Local Media Foundation, tax ID #36‐4427750, a Section 501(c)(3) charitable trust affiliated with Local Media Association. LMF is raising funds for educational activities; specifically, to educate the public on COVID-19 issues. LMF is providing funds to this news organization and many others to support this important educational project. All money raised by this effort will go directly to support COVID-19 reporting, to make sure the public has essential facts on this important topic.

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