Give It Another 25!
For 25 years, the Missouri Press Foundation has been working to make Missouri’s newspapers better.
· Recognizing outstanding journalism and photojournalism through the Better Newspaper Contest.
· Promoting education through internships, scholarships, training, regional meeting support, preservation and Newspapers In Education.
The Missouri Press Foundation, founded in 1984, is dedicated to helping Missouri’s newspapers meet the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
With your help, we can continue with this important mission for another 25 years. Please support us with your tax-deductible donation.
Click HERE to download the “Give it Another 25!” donation envelope!
Or Click on the button to Donate NOW!
Foundation Builders Program
Missouri Press Foundation's Foundation Builders fund-raising program, which began in 2001, involves making a pledge of advertising revenue. Newspapers can pledge the equivalent of a half-page of advertising revenue annually for one to five years – or indefinitely.
Missouri Press Service will withhold from national advertising checks an amount equal to your newspaper's pledge. MPS's commission also will go to the Foundation.
Click Foundation_Builders_Form_13(2)_2.pdf to download a fax-back form to participate in the Foundation Builders program.
Thanks to these newspapers for their current support of the Foundation Builders program:
The Albany Ledger
Butler News Xpress
Clinton County Leader
Columbia Daily Tribune
Cuba Free Press
The Daily Events
Gasconade County Republican
Jefferson Co. Leader & Arnold Imperial Leader
Missouri Lawyers Weekly
The Mountain Echo
Plattsburg Clinton County Leader
Pleasant Hill Times
St. James Press
Steelville Star-Crawford Mirror
Other Foundation Builders Newspaper Donations
The Milan Standard
The Current Local
Friday March 7th
Have you registered for this year's Missouri Advertising Managers Meeting? Click here for our agenda and don't forget to sign up! Link
Thursday March 6th
Happy Thursday from MPA! Today in history: Walter Cronkite, "the most trusted man in America," retired from CBS Evening News in 1981. Link
Wednesday March 5th
Check out some recent journalism events! Link
RT @nytimesphoto: Photos of the Day: http://t.co/ewXPgSrlRo
Thursday March 6th