Take whatever next step you can, so we don’t become a town without a newspaper
Wherever you are in your journey with The Lansing Journal, would you be willing to take a next step in sustaining this newspaper?
NEXT STEP: Subscribe
By adding your name and email address to our list of subscribers, you help us grow. By clicking on the headlines you receive in your email, you send a message that you are an active reader. That kind of data is important for a healthy newspaper.
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NEXT STEP: Support
Reader support is what keeps this community newspaper going. In fact, without reader support, The Lansing Journal ceases to exist. Will you support us today?
The form above offers a few suggested giving levels, but you can type in whatever amount is comfortable for you. And if you can give that amount monthly, please be sure to check the “monthly” box.
NEXT STEP: Advocate
We need your help to spread the word about The Lansing Journal. When new neighbors move in, will you help them subscribe to the Daily News? When you read an article you like, will you forward it to your contacts or share it on social media? If you’re part of a group that is looking for local causes to support, will you suggest The Lansing Journal? Could your church take up an offering for us? Could your business buy advertising from us?
All those efforts help us sustain and grow.
Local news needs local support
Now more than ever it’s important for communities like ours to have a source of news that is relevant and local. Stories reported by local journalists who attend local Board meetings and shop in local businesses. Stories about all those “small,” everyday, local events that larger media aren’t interested in covering.
Just like local restaurants, local hardware stores, and local flower shops, this local newspaper needs local patronage. Investment from readers enables us to report, publish, and deliver local news that keeps our community informed and connected.
When you give to The Lansing Journal, every dollar supports the journalism. Your contributions cover the costs of reporting, publishing, and delivering local news every single day — award-winning local news!
Examples of the kind of news your support makes possible
- When Dolton Mayor Tiffany Henyard was appointed as Thornton Township Supervisor minutes before midnight, The Lansing Journal was there:
- When Besse Shirt Lettering announced they were moving to Indiana, The Lansing Journal informed our community:
- When neighbors protested Paragon Trucking’s zoning violations, The Lansing Journal asked questions, got answers, and provided information:
- When Unity Christian Academy took first place in an Esports tournament, The Lansing Journal documented the win:
How much is that kind of news worth to you?
Wherever you are in your journey with The Lansing Journal, would you be willing to take a next step so that we do not become a town without a newspaper?