Monday, September 27, 2021

Writers' Fund

What is the Writers’ Fund?

It’s your way to help sustain NonDoc’s work for years to come!

Officially registered as the Sustainable Journalism Foundation, NonDoc Media is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and we depend on donations to continue bringing independent, local journalism to Oklahoma.

Think of our “Writers’ Fund” like crowdfunded journalism. Your financial support ensures our independence and sustainability. In 2020, we raised more than $290,000. For 2021, our board has set a goal of raising $320,000. This money goes toward paying our staff and freelancers, maintaining our website, furthering public dialogue by hosting events and covering all the small expenses of running of a newsroom — which add up!

How can I contribute?

Use the yellow icons below to set up a recurring monthly donation or to make a one-time contribution online. You can also mail a check to the address below. Checks can be made out to NonDoc Media or to the Sustainable Journalism Foundation.

Any level of support benefits independent journalism, and we appreciate every donation, no matter the size.

Are donations tax deductible?

Because NonDoc is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, your donation to our Writers’ Fund is tax-deductible as allowed by law. Donors may want to consult their own tax advisors.

Sincerely,

The Sustainable Journalism Foundation
DBA: NonDoc Media

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Prefer to mail a check?

Pay to:
NonDoc Media
(or Sustainable Journalism Foundation)

Mail to:
3800 N. Classen Blvd., Suite C-80
Oklahoma City, OK 73118

Donor advised funds

If you have a donor advised fund and are looking for a way to support independent journalism, find us under “NonDoc Media” in the widget below for an easy and appreciated donation!
(EIN: 84-3896856)

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