As part of a significant new investment in the News Literacy Project, philanthropists Melanie and Richard Lundquist have given us a $500,000 matching challenge. New donations are matched 2:1, tripling their impact, and renewed donations are matched 1:1, doubling their impact.
Your donation makes a difference
Give a dollar for each issue of The Sift®
we sent during the school year. Our newsletter for educators, emailed weekly during the school year, offers recent examples of misinformation and ideas for classroom discussion.
Give a dollar for every state
and the District of Columbia where Checkology® is currently being taught. Our virtual classroom equips educators with the tools to teach students how to evaluate the news and decide what to trust, share and act on.
Give a dollar for each journalist
enrolled in our Newsroom to Classroom program. This platform brings journalists into schools – in person or virtually – to share their knowledge and expertise with students.
Give a dollar for every 1,000 students
who have used Checkology since its launch in 2016 (372,000). In the 2021-2022 school year, we reached over 100,000 students.
The News Literacy Project is a 501(c)(3) educational organization. All our programs are nonpartisan and independent. The support we receive from donors and foundations does not determine or influence the content we develop and provide in our Checkology virtual classroom or other resources. A copy of our most recent independent audit is available upon request.