Last Tuesday, Charlottesville Tomorrow celebrated GivingNewsDay, an annual day of giving designed specifically for local journalism nonprofits like us.
While many organizations promote today as #GivingTuesday, we prefer to call it #GivingNewsDay. Today, nonprofit news organizations like Charlottesville Tomorrow celebrate independent, fact-based journalism by doubling donations from our readers.
For the next few days, our News Editor, Elliott Robinson and our reporting team of Jessie, Charlotte, and Billy will take a break from reporting on local news and take some time to enjoy a social-distanced Thanksgiving weekend.
Charlottesville Tomorrow, in partnership with Vinegar Hill Magazine and In My Humble Opinion Radio Show, has been awarded $23,000 through the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation’s Community Recovery & Catalyst Grant program.
Charlottesville Tomorrow’s news editor, Elliott Robinson, has been named to the Board of Directors of the Virginia Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Derrick J. Waller is a proud graduate of the University of Virginia and has spent his whole life in this great state, currently residing in Charlottesville.
Earlier this month, the American Press Institute awarded Charlottesville Tomorrow a Trusted Elections Network Fund micro-grant.
Charlottesville Tomorrow’s Development Director Michaux Hood was invited to present at this year’s Online News Association conference. The 21st annual global innovation festival was virtual but still offered interactive collaboration
Billy Jean Louis is no stranger to writing in times of crisis. As a young teenager in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, the 2004 coup d’etat completely shifted the world around him…
Last month, Charlottesville Tomorrow’s newsletter on Friday, September 18 achieved something that no previous newsletter ever had, it was opened by over 45% of our subscribers, our highest open rate on record.