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    29 Times Nonprofit Journalism Made A Difference In 2018

    When it comes to the biggest stories of 2018, from immigration to education, gun violence to campaign finance, nonprofit journalists around the country have been a driving force for good, revealing corruption and lifting up the stories of their communities. This month, the Institute for Nonprofit News published a list of nearly 100 of the best stories from the past year, stories made possible by the donations of supporters. Below are 29 remarkable examples from the list that show the power and importance of this kind of reporting. You can donate to all these newsrooms at NewsMatch.org between now and the end of the year — and NewsMatch will make your support go twice as far by doubling your donation.

    Shining a Spotlight on Family Separation

    Revealing Corporate Corruption and Wrongdoing

    Driving Accountability in Local Coverage of #MeToo

    Reporting on Elections and Campaign Finance

    Covering Criminal Justice Across the Country

    Keeping An Eye on Education

    Standing up For Kids and Families

    Tracking Pollution and Public Health

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