Support Bridge this holiday season and your dollar goes twice as far

John Bebow, President and CEO of The Center for Michigan and Bridge Magazine.

You may know all about #GivingTuesday, but have you heard about #GivingNewsDay? It’s a day (today, in fact!) to celebrate honest, fact-based, and nonprofit journalism like ours—and to raise the funds to make it all possible. It’s one of our favorite days of the year.

Will you consider making a donation to Bridge Magazine today, in honor of #GivingNewsDay?

From now until December 31, two Michigan foundations, the Flinn Foundation and the Glassen Memorial Foundation, will match your new monthly donation 12x or double your one-time gift, up to $1,000. It’s a unique opportunity to make your donation count in a big way. 

Be part of this national movement by supporting the Michigan-focused news that helps you understand your state. Will you support Bridge this holiday season?

Our work is essential to a better-informed state and a healthy democracy. But it would not be possible without the support of readers like you. This #GivingNewsDay, invest in unbiased and independent journalism that matters. This news can’t wait.

Facts matter. Trust matters. Journalism matters.

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