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Our organization is able to continue its mission because of your support and generosity. By contributing to a campaign listed below, you'll help ensure that our work continues. Online donations are quick and easy using our secure credit card transactions. We welcome donations of all sizes and payment plans – whether it's a one-time gift, a monthly contribution or part of a matching gifts program.

The General Fund » Donate Online

The General Fund is a great place to contribute to our organization.

NABJ SEED: Scholarships » Donate Online

NABJ awards scholarships annually to deserving high school and college students interested in pursuing journalism careers. Over the last decade, NABJ has awarded more than a half a million dollars to students studying broadcast, print, and online journalism; photography; graphic design; and communications. Awards are up to $2,500 each and are named in honor of NABJ Founders, Past Presidents, Task Forces and deceased members.

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Lynne Duke International Fellowship » Donate Online

The Lynne Duke International Fellowship is named to honor the memory and journalistic legacy of Washington Post writer and editor Lynne Duke. She worked at The Post from 1987 to 2008 and she was a long-time member the National Association of Black Journalists.

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NABJ SEED: Internships » Donate Online

NABJ is dedicated to expanding job opportunities for our student members and improving the media's coverage of the black community. NABJ annually awards summer internships to students committed to journalism careers.

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NABJ SEED: Student Multimedia Project » Donate Online

NABJ offers students an expenses-paid fellowship to work in a fully operational newsroom to cover NABJ’s annual convention and local stories in the host city. During the week-long program, students work alongside professional journalists and public relations experts to produce daily television newscasts and newspapers; create and maintain the convention website; and coordinate and manage corporate communications for workshops, special events and NABJ’s sponsors.

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NABJ SEED: JSHOP (High School Journalism Workshop) » Donate Online

NABJ’s JSHOP is a four-day workshop for local high school students in the host city of NABJ’s annual convention. The program provides interactive learning opportunities through lectures, presentations, hands-on training and field trips. The students learn journalism fundamentals for newsgathering, writing, photography, video production, radio, graphic design, editing, and social media. Professional journalists, educators, and journalism college students provide mentorship and supervision.

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NABJ SEED: Short Course (FAMU) » Donate Online

NABJ’s Multimedia Short Course is an intensive journalism workshop which provides hands-on training and practical guidance to college juniors and seniors. Students work alongside professional journalists and educators to produce a newscast, webcasts, video slide shows, podcasts, and related social media websites. The workshop is held annually at Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, FL every fall semester.

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NABJ SEED: Multimedia Short Course (NC A&T) » Donate Online

NABJ’s Multimedia Short Course is an intensive journalism workshop which provides hands-on training and practical guidance to college juniors and seniors. Students work alongside professional journalists and educators to produce a newscast, webcasts, video slide shows, podcasts, and related social media websites. The workshop is held annually at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro, NC every spring semester.

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Reggie Bryant's Tombstone Project » Donate Online

NABJ/PABJ founder Reggie Bryant is buried at Eden Cemetery in an unmarked grave. In order to ensure a fitting and lasting tribute to NABJ Founder Reggie Bryant, NABJ and PABJ (The Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists) are asking for donations that will lead to the erection of a tombstone at Bryant's burial site.

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NABJ Supports Freddie Willis » Donate Online

Sports Task Force member Treasurer Freddie Willis, was the victim of an assault. Freddie is recovering from surgery after his jaw was broken on both sides in the incident. His apartment was also vandalized and most of his belongings were damaged or destroyed by his attackers. Let's come together as a family and offer him our prayers and support in this difficult time. If you would like to get in touch with Freddie, he can be reached at fredwillisstepp@yahoo.com.

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Ida B. Wells Award » Donate Online

The award is named in honor of the distinguished journalist, fearless reporter and wife of one of Americas earliest black publishers. Wells was "editor and proprietor" of the Memphis Free Speech and Headlight. She told her male co-founders she would not help launch the newspaper unless she was made "equal to them." In the late 19th century, Wells won acclaim on two continents for her fearless crusade against lynching.

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