PublicSource is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. It is supported by individual contributions, organizational sponsors, advertisements and foundation grants. We thank all of our supporters for the resources that they provide, allowing PublicSource to continue producing high-quality, local journalism.
Individual donors, corporate partners and foundations play no role in guiding the execution of journalism or PublicSource events. They support PublicSource’s belief that quality reporting, as well as informed and engaged residents, are essential to building a better Pittsburgh and the region.
Our organization will make public all individual donors who give a total of $1,000 or more, which exceeds the Institute for Nonprofit News (INN’s) recommended policy for donor disclosures. We will accept anonymous donations for general support only if it is clear that sufficient safeguards have been put into place that the expenditure of that donation is made independently by our organization and in compliance with INN’s Membership Standards.
These philanthropic organizations currently provide operating or project-based support to PublicSource:
*PublicSource will disclose funding sources on the “Who supports us?” webpage and in relevant stories for as long as the funding is being used or for one year, whichever is longer. Beyond that, any funder or donor that has given a one-time gift of $100,000 or more to PublicSource in its history will continue to be listed on the “Who supports us?” webpage as a past supporter for one year past the funding being used.
**PublicSource received COVID-19 employee retention credit funding in 2021-22.
The following individuals have made gifts of $1,000 or more to PublicSource in the last year.
The Andersen-Fuchs Family Fund
Jay Aronson & Tamara Dubovitz
Walter & Nancy Bunt
The Rosalind Chow and Jeff Galak Charitable Fund
The Falk Brothers Fund
The Scott and Susan Lammie Charitable Fund
Matthew W. Quigley and Nina B. Quigley
Leila J. Richards
The Prairiewood Fund
Jeremy and Sara Weber
Community sponsors, advertisers and corporate matching
These community organizations have sponsored a PublicSource program, advertised through our publication or matched a donor’s gift:
PublicSource serves as a media sponsor for the following organizations and is compensated for this sponsorship through in-kind trades and publicity: