Environmental and Climate Change Reporting Fund

Support reporting on the local impacts of climate change with your tax-deductible contribution

Smokey Skies

Tax credits and discounts on electric vehicles are among many incentives to help consumers save money and the planet. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald )

Independently gathered information about the environment and climate can help us all make decisions and take action.

To help shed light on the impact to our local environment, economy, and health brought about by climate change, The Daily Herald established the Environmental and Climate Change Reporting Fund in September 2020.

Since then, community contributions to the fund have helped The Daily Herald increase its coverage on these important topics – but we need ongoing support.

Make a gift today and join others in supporting this vital reporting that benefits our community.

The Daily Herald maintains editorial control over content produced with fund resources.

To donate by check: Make your check payable to Journalism Funding Partners. Write Environmental Fund in the memo line and mail to The Daily Herald, P.O. Box 930, Everett, WA 98206.

Need help donating or have questions?

Brenda Harrison Journalism Development Director

Contact Brenda Mann Harrison, journalism development director, at brenda.harrison@heraldnet.com or call 425-339-3452.

Our fiscal partner

Journalism Funding Partners, tax ID #84-2968843, serves as the 501(c)(3) nonprofit fiscal sponsor for The Daily Herald Environmental and Climate Change Reporting. The mission of Journalism Funding Partners is to increase the depth, diversity and sustainability of local journalism by building and stewarding connections between funders and news organizations.

The Environmental and Climate Change Reporting Fund accepts tax-deductible contributions from individuals, nonprofits, corporations, local businesses, philanthropic foundations, and others who believe local, trusted journalism supports a vibrant community and a healthy democracy.

Get more details about the Environmental and Climate Change Reporting Fund in answers to frequently asked questions.

Our freelance environmental journalist

Julie Titone Environmental Journalist

Julie Titone is a freelance environmental journalist whose work for The Daily Herald is supported by the Environmental and Climate Change Reporting Fund.

“Writing climate change articles for the Herald allows me to learn, along with readers, about the most critical issue of our age and its impact on the place we live,” Titone says. “It’s not all doom-and gloom. My sources include smart, committed people who are working on solutions.”

Read our recent environmental and climate change stories.