Report for America is finalist in MacArthur Competition for $100 million grant

 Report for America is one of six finalists in 100&Change, a global competition for a single $100 million grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation to fund a bold solution to critical social challenges. Report for America, an initiative of The GroundTruth Project, has an audacious goal of virtually eliminating American news deserts with MacArthur’s support.

The Native American Journalists Association and Report for America take new steps to strengthen reporting in Indigenous communities

NORMAN, Oklahoma — The Native American Journalists Association and Report for America are partnering to support 19 reporting positions across the country that focus on or include Indigenous affairs. This groundbreaking initiative aims to strengthen local journalism in areas where Indigenous peoples play vital roles in the community. Report for America is a national service

Report Local—Issue No. 11

Want to stay up-to-date with the stories that Report for America corps members are publishing across the country? Read Report Local, a round-up of impactful news stories and updates about our program! In Issue No. 11, we highlight work from Mallory Falk of Texas News Hub, Camalot Todd of Spectrum News Buffalo, Katherine Lewin of

Corps Member Q&A: Camille von Kaenel

2019 corps member Camille von Kaenel covers wildfire recovery for the Chico Enterprise-Record in Northern California, focusing on a region that was devasted by 2018’s deadly Camp Fire. She brings experience in environmental reporting, having covered climate change policy for E&E News in Washington, D.C. Her writing has also appeared in Fast Company, Atlas Obscura,