A place to discover and connect with public service newsrooms

FindYourNews.org is a place for you to discover and connect with nonprofit newsrooms that are producing fact-based, public service journalism.

Whether you are a resident looking to find a newsroom in your neighborhood or a funder exploring opportunities to support the field, this site is designed to help you learn about quality news sources across North America.

From local news to in-depth reporting on pressing global issues, INN’s members tell stories that otherwise would go untold – connecting communities, holding the powerful accountable, and strengthening democracy.

All newsrooms listed on the site are required to be members of the Institute of Nonprofit News (INN). Newsrooms in the INN Network uphold standards for editorial independence, excellence in news coverage, and ethical behavior – including transparency about their funding. To be a member of INN, a news organization must be organized as a 501(c)(3) corporation or be fiscally sponsored by one.

Learn more about INN’s membership standards

The Institute for Nonprofit News (INN) is a member organization of 450 newsrooms that are building a new kind of media network: nonprofit, nonpartisan, and dedicated to public service.

Our vision is to build a nonprofit news network that ensures all people in every community have access to trusted news. Over the last decade, INN has played a crucial role in building the nonprofit news field with services and programs that provide education and business support to members and promote the value and impact of nonprofit journalism.

Grounded in hard data and the lived experience of our members, INN has an unparalleled depth of knowledge about nonprofit news. We use our informed perspective to design services with transformative potential for nonprofit newsrooms and the communities they serve.

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Why give to nonprofit news?

Reputable nonprofit news organizations share values such as:


in editorial decision-making


reporting from and with communities


around their funding and governance


by telling stories that often go untold


staffing, sources and audience