Rebuild Local News is funded by donations from trade associations, professional groups, labor unions, and individuals – as well as from independent foundations and philanthropists.  Among those who financially support us are:

Coalition Members

The Coalition acts as a forum for groups interested in the health of local news to discuss and advocate for public policy and represents more than 3,000 locally-owned and nonprofit, community-based newsrooms across the United States.

  • National Newspaper Association
  • Institute for Nonprofit News
  • National Newspaper Publishers Association
  • The NewsGuild-CWA
  • Local Independent Online News
  • National Association of Hispanic Publications
  • Association of Alternative Newsmedia
  • Institute for Rural Journalism
  • National Trust for Local News
  • American Journalism Project
  • Solutions Journalism Network
  • Local Media Consortium
  • Report for America / The GroundTruth Project
  • PEN America
  • Media and Democracy Project
  • Military Veterans in Journalism
  • The Lenfest Institute for Journalism
  • Poynter
  • National Federation of Community Broadcasters
  • Mid-Atlantic Community Papers Association
  • Wisconsin Newspaper Association
  • Kansas Press Association
  • Arizona Press Association
  • New York News Publishers Association
  • Maryland-Delaware-DC Press Association
  • Mississippi Press Association
  • West Virginia Press Association
  • Colorado Press Association
  • Maine Press Association
  • Wyoming Press Association
  • Chalkbeat
  • Black Voice News
  • Afro-American Newspapers
  • Ohio Center for Journalism
  • Tucson Sentinel
  • The Examiner News
  • Key Biscayne Independent
  • West View Media
  • Sierra Nevada Ally
  • Alameda Post
  • TAPinto
  • My Neighborhood News Network
  • The JOLT News

If you’re interested in becoming a donor or part of the coalition, please contact us at