This Thanksgiving will be very different for many of us, but no matter how many people we have around our table, the holiday is a reminder to take stock of everything we are thankful for. I want to take a moment to show our gratitude for following our reporting and investing your time to read fact-checked, trustworthy news.
Since I started as the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism’s first Development Director in April, I have had the pleasure of virtually meeting so many generous donors who support our important mission. And I look forward to meeting many of you in person, when it is safe to do so.
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