By Beth Peck
The East Lansing community’s commitment to local news is lighting up our campaign, raising $79,650 to date, including a $3,000 Knight Community Bonus.
As we stand at the midpoint of our campaign, it’s with great enthusiasm that we announce we are 40% of the way toward our goal of $200,000. This progress shows a collective dedication of our supporters who believe in our mission of bringing East Lansing the news.
So far, 297 generous individuals have contributed to allow ELi to shine a light on local news in 2024. As the spirit of giving continues to thrive, we still have matching funds available! Every donation made now holds even greater potential, as it will be matched, doubling its impact. This is a unique opportunity for readers and supporters to maximize their donations and help us achieve our fundraising goal.
Together, let’s build a more informed community. Thank you for being a big part of our campaign’s success!
Here is how you can give:
- Click here to give now
- Visit eastlansinginfo.news/donate/ to find clickable links to give using your credit card
- Look out for ELi’s paper edition; it will include a return envelope
- Send a check to P.O. Box 115, East Lansing, MI, 48826-0115
- Reach out to us through email to find other ways to give: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Thank you for your continued support!
Beth Peck became ELi’s Executive Director and Publisher in May 2023. Peck graduated from Michigan State University in 2004 with a degree in journalism and a specialization in public relations. Her career has included work in marketing, fundraising and nonprofit management. Since 2018, she has served as the Executive Director for Project Koru, which provides peer-to-peer support for young adult cancer survivors. Peck is raising three children in East Lansing’s Brookfield Heritage Neighborhood.