The Writers’ Fund

The Writers’ Fund

Writers' Fund

What is the Writers’ Fund?

Think of it like crowdfunded journalism.

As a small business struggling to navigate a competitive industry, NonDoc seeks financial support wherever we can get it. Our advertising revenue alone rarely covers a month’s worth of operational and wage costs, so we’ve slowly been burning through a second capital infusion received in July 2016.

How does it work?

Readers contribute money to the Writers’ Fund. In turn, that money helps cover monthly service charges for our online infrastructure, pays wages to the editors and provides freelance reporters with cash for covering important communities and topics.

Simple as that.

Contributions can be either one-time or recurring. If you value the content on our site, and you value the work our staff, contributors and reporters do, then consider becoming a recurring contributor. Even small amounts go a long way.

How do I contribute?

Click the Monthly Contribution icon below to submit a recurring monthly contribution to the Writers’ Fund for whatever amount is comfortable to you. Whether that’s $30 a month, $10 a month or even just $5 a month, we appreciate every penny equally.

If one payment at a time suits you better, that’s no problem, either. Simply click the One-Time Contribution icon below.


William W. Savage III, Josh McBee, Rosemary Meacham-Zittel & Dr. Ashiq Zaman
Editors & Owners

Set up recurring contributions …

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… or make a one-time contribution

Don’t have a credit card or don’t want to use it online? Feel free to mail a check to:

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NonDoc Media, LLC

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Thank you!

Examples of freelance reportage


Oklahoma Innocence Project

Innocence Project exonerees recall 22 years behind bars by Jeff Packham


New Black Wall Street Marketplace in northeast Oklahoma City

‘An active solution’: Black-led businesses seek to empower northeast Oklahoma City by George Lang


Dr. Gordon Deckert

Dr. Gordon Deckert still preaching health after 85 years by Jack Fowler