Our Alliances: Mississippi Today

Mississippi Today Will Publish Your Story!

Make Your Case for Support with four unique stories (written by you) AND an interview with Marshall Ramsey on Mississippi Stories!

As a non-profit newsroom that relies on donor support, Mississippi Today understands the need for organizations like yours to be able to tell your story and build a case for support. They also face the challenge of having the right opportunities to fully tell their stories in front of the right audiences. Telling the story of their mission and impact is nearly impossible to do in a small ad or in a 15-sec commercial. Recognizing this challenge facing one of the most important industries in our state, Mississippi Today developed a platform to help nonprofits connect with supporters and tell their stories with passion called Partner Stories.

Why Partner Stories? Partner Stories puts your story (written by you) on their website, where they promote it for two weeks and continue to host it on their site in perpetuity, even after the two-week promotion. You gain access to an audience of over 800,000 per month across the state who hold value for mission-driven work, and the role of nonprofits in Mississippi. Check out other partner stories at https://mississippitoday.org/partner-stories/.

If you are interested in utilizing their platform to further your mission, please contact Candi Richardson, Sales and Marketing Director at crichardson@mississippitoday.org.

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