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Charlottesville Tomorrow is the trusted source of in-depth information on key quality of life issues before local government in the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County.  Charlottesville Tomorrow's award-winning journalism is widely distributed to the public through partnerships with our daily  newspaper (print & online editions), on this website, in email alerts and in local election voter guides.

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Giles Morris, Executive Director

Mailing address: P.O. Box 1591, Charlottesville, VA 22902

Office location: Market Street Parking Garage in CitySpace, 100 Fifth Street NE, Charlottesville, VA 22902 [map]

Memberships: Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce + Center for Nonprofit Excellence + Charlottesville Business Innovation Council

In 2012, Charlottesville Tomorrow became the first online member of the Virginia Press Association and an inaugural member of the Local Independent Online News (LION) publishers association.  In 2014, we joined the Institute for Nonprofit News (formerly the Investigative News Network).


Charlottesville Tomorrow formed in July 2005 and is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Staff: Five full-time employees + interns

Board: Twelve local board members

Budget: $476,000 (2018) 
Charlottesville Tomorrow has been supported since 2005 by individual gifts, corporate donations, and private foundation grants.

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Through a partnership with The Daily Progress, the first of its kind in the nation, Charlottesville Tomorrow’s reporting is a regular feature in the pages of the local newspaper of record.  Since 2009 over 2,300 news stories have been published in the newspaper and today Charlottesville Tomorrow produces more than 50 percent of the newspaper's content on the topics we cover.

"The partnership is clearly benefiting our readers, who are getting more public affairs reporting at a time when most news organizations are pulling back. The Daily Progress is a better, more consistent newspaper because of this partnership."

McGregor McCance, Daily Progress Managing Editor (2005-2012)

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