Your generous contributions make the News in Education programs possible. Please help support literacy in local schools by donating to our News in Education programs. Your donation will go directy into the NIE fund to provide sponsored copies of the eEdition (digital newspaper) and classroom resources at no-cost to classroom teachers. Below are ways that you can support NIE:
Individual Check Donation:
Every dollar helps! The NIE program supports literacy and provides countless resources for area teachers and students. Join us to help promote literacy and support the next generation of readers!
Send your payment today by personal or business check at one of the following levels:
Make your check payable to the newspaper of your choice; Idaho Statesman, The Bellingham Herald, The News Tribune, The Olympian or the Tri-City herald and mail to the NIE West office at:
News in Education
c/o S. Shah
P.O. Box 15779
Sacramento, CA 95852
Newspaper subscribers can help local schools! When you suspend your newspaper delivery for vacation (either by phone or online), you can donate the value of your newspapers to go towards NIE at local schools. The amount will go directly to the NIE program and provide students with access to the eEdition (digital newspaper) and all the educational resources on our website throughout the entire school year. To donate your newspapers while on vacation, click on the newspaper link below:
The Bellingham Herald
The News Tribune
Subscribers may check a box provided on their bill to donate any amount to NIE.
Get your business involved with News in Education! There are many ways business can help - sponsor an educational publication or program that can be tailored to your business goals and objectives or you can donate to directly support eEdition classroom subscriptions. Check out our Sponsor page.
Benefits of Supporting NIE:
- Receive the gratitude of the students and teachers you sponsor.
- Be an advocate in promoting literacy in area classrooms.
Thank you for supporting literacy and helping inspire the next generation of readers!