MAKE A DONATION!Foundation Builders Program

Give to the Foundation!

For over 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.
Thank you.
 
Click here to download a Foundation Builder Form or 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 Page Builder Form to download a form to participate in the Foundation Builders program.
 

Thanks to these newspapers for their current support of the Foundation Builders program:

Albany Ledger
Arnold Imperial Leader
Bethany Republican-Clipper
Bolivar Herald-Free Press
Boone County Journal
Branson Tri-Lakes News
Buffalo Reflex
California Democrat
Cedar County Republican, Stockton
Chariton Valley News Press, Salisbury
Christian County Headliner-News, Ozark
Columbia Daily Tribune
Columbia Missourian
Community News
Cuba Free Press
El Dorado Springs Sun
Fayette Advertiser
Fayette Democrat Leader
Fulton Sun
Houston Herald
Jefferson City News Tribune
Jefferson County Leader, Festus
Kansas City Star
Lebanon Daily Record
Oak Grove Focus on Oak Grove
Odessa Odessan
Owensville Gasconade Co. Republican
Ozark County Times, Gainesville
Pleasant Hill Times
Saint James Press
Springfield Daily Events
St. Louis American
St. Louis Call Newspaper
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Steelville Star-Crawford Mirror
The Advertiser, Eldon
The Index, Hermitage
The Joplin Globe
The Lake Today
The Marshfield Mail
The Mountain Echo, Ironton
The Tipton Times
Trenton Republican-Times
Versailles Leader-Statesman
Washington Missourian
 
 
Thank you!

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Friday February 24th

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Thursday February 23rd

Use MPA ads to keep public informed about Public Notices The Missouri Press Association has made available a series of Public Notice ads that help inform your readership about the importance of keeping public notices in the newspaper. These ads are available in color and black-and-white online here: http://www. Link

Wednesday February 22nd

Seeking 2017 Nominations! Nominations are being taken now for three of the top awards of the Missouri Press Association and Foundation: — Missouri Newspaper Hall of Fame — Missouri Photojournalism Hall of Fame — Outstanding Young Journalist Nominations for all three of the 2017 awards must be in the MPA office by March 31. Nomination forms are at mopress. Link

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