Writing Wrongs gives young journalists — writers, photographers, print designers, videographers, and social media managers — the opportunity to explore and document social issues artistically and compassionately. Producing a book composed of stories about a central issue involves them in raising awareness and understanding about the people affected. Exposure to sensitive situations prompts consideration of how to present information in text, pictures, and videos in a way that respects the interviewee and the struggles they’ve experienced.

Please consider donating to the future of ethical, solutions journalism. It is needed now more than ever.

You can support Writing Wrongs by making a tax-deductible donation through one of the following methods.

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You may also download the printable donation form and enclose a check drawn to “Writing Wrongs.” Checks should be mailed to:

Writing Wrongs
P.O. Box 654
Kutztown, PA  19530

Any amount is appreciated. Thanks for recognizing and being part of something worthwhile.

Businesses who wish to sponsor the annual event will have an ad in both the print book and on the Writing Wrongs website, and they also receive a complimentary copy.

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Business Card:
3.5 x 2″ – $50

Full page:
7 x 10″ – $500

Half page:
7 x 5″ – $300

Quarter page:
3.5 x 2.5″ or
2.5 x 3.5″ – $150


Note:
The book is A4 size:
8.27 x 11.69″

SPONSORSHIP LEVELS

The name of all sponsors will appear in both the book and on the website unless you opt out on the donation form or by contacting Dawn Heinbach, Founder and President/CEO. Individuals who donate $20 or more will receive one print copy of the book.

Friend Sponsor:  $1 – $99
Honesty Sponsor:  $100 – $299
Integrity Sponsor:  $300 – $499
Justice Sponsor:  $500 – $999
Service Sponsor:  $1,000 – $2,499
Community Partner:  $2,500 – $4,900
Sustaining Partner:  $5,000 +

 
Writing Wrongs (EIN 85-0684217) is a federally tax exempt organization per section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code. Your donation is tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.