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It is the end of the year and many people are trying to figure out the best way to provide donations to the nonprofits they believe the community needs.
We routinely talk about why you should donate and support this service. But we figured, this time, we would let members speak for themselves. Below, a few of them explain why they contributed much better than we could have. Please consider joining them today.
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I support voiceofsandiego.org because its reporting simply goes deeper than the mainstream alternatives. Rob Davis’ writing in particular has not only been informative but also a catalyst to get involved.
— Russ Havens, Kensington
If I use a service, I want to pay something for it. Being retired, I can’t afford to contribute very much. But, I do want to contribute something.
— Philip Erdelsky, North Park
We decided to contribute to VOSD because we want to support the fine reporting and journalism the staff is doing. VOSD is unbiased, nonpolitical, focused on local issues and your reporters take the time to dig deep to find the story. We’re getting stories we wouldn’t know about without VOSD.
— Jere McInerney and Mark Ratner, Mission Hills
I decided to make my modest monthly contribution because VOSD is providing insightful, incisive coverage of issues that otherwise are going uncovered in San Diego.
— Mark Stadler, Rancho Peñasquitos
Genuine investigative reporting, not just reliance on press releases, is all too rare. I try to convey the value of it to my students; just saying how valuable it is seemed not enough anymore, so I put some money where my mouth is. Additionally, I’ve found that Emily Alpert’s education reporting consistently does two things: 1) when she reports on something I, as an “insider,” know a lot about, she gets it right; 2) when she reports on something with which I have only passing familiarity, she asks the questions I would want to ask myself. Both of these characteristics have convinced me she is doing work our city desperately needs done. Quite simply: I trust her to find, and report, the truth about education matters vital to us all as a community. There is a truth ethic permeating all sections of your website. I often wish I could muckrake a little myself, so it seems only right to help support an organization like VOSD to do it for me.
— Mark Frerichs, Tierrasanta
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