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It’s Giving Tuesday! Support your favorite nonprofit community media outlet

Most influential African Americans in Wisconsin

In four short months, Madison365 has made quite an impact. Through our website, our Facebook page, and our partnerships with Channel3000, OnMilwaukee.com and the Wisconsin State Journal, we’ve touched members of the community – our local communities of color and allies, as well as the statewide and even national communities  – more than one million times. 

We’ve created opportunities for all voices to be heard. We’ve told stories no one else is telling, and we’ve told stories from the perspective of our community.

We’ve done this with the help of the local business community, and donors like you.

Here’s what a few of your fellow readers have said:

Love Madison365! They add a fresh new vibe to Madison’s journalismlandscape. We’ve got great news sources in Madison. The field just got that much better. Thank you Madison365! – Kaleem Caire

I like Madison365 because it brings more voices to the public’s attention. More voices heard means more understanding and more power to the people. – Abby Lowery

(Madison365) portray(s) blacks as more than just needy, violent people, but the shine light on the positives some of is accomplishing. – Daniel Wright

I like your in-depth, honest and objective voice. It speaks to, and educates the ENTIRE community. – Diane Hanson

Thanks for the advocacy and hard work to make Madison a better place for all! – Mariana Castro

A model for Milwaukee. – Robert Johnson

Help us keep going, and help us grow! With your support, we hope to:

  • Pay and professionalize up and coming journalists of color
  • Produce news and information video
  • Expand coverage of local events and sports
  • Create education programs for aspiring community journalists

This Giving Tuesday, we’re looking for 100 of you to come through with a gift of financial support in any amount. We just really want 100 people to say that Madison needs a more inclusive media.