Celebrating 100 days and looking to the future

BridgeDetroit staff

The BridgeDetroit team: Orlando Bailey, Olivia Lewis, Catherine Kelly, Louis Aguilar, Bryce Huffman and Stephen Henderson

When BridgeDetroit launched 100 days ago, we made it our mission to produce public service journalism that informs and strengthens our city.

Stephen Henderson

Stephen Henderson is executive editor of BridgeDetroit

Launching in the middle of a pandemic was a risk. But we believed, and believe today, that Detroiters deserve a news source that covers the issues that matter most to our city. Particularly in a time of crisis, information that you can trust and use is critical. 

If you value BridgeDetroit, I’m writing to ask you for the most meaningful honor we could receive: your support. Your donation to BridgeDetroit funds the fact-driven, community-based work our reporters produce. 

We’ve been here for 100 days, and we want to be here for you for the foreseeable future.

If you are a regular reader of BridgeDetroit and have not yet joined as a member, why not do so now and make it a gift to celebrate 100 days of community-driven reporting?

Yes, I’ll donate to BridgeDetroit!

We’re so grateful for your belief in our nonprofit newsroom. Thank you, and we can’t wait to keep delivering for you.

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