National Press Club

Journalism Institute reaps nearly $7,000 in year-end fundraising appeal

February 6, 2014 | By Nicole Hoffman |

Forty-three Club members and friends of the National Press Club Journalism Institute (NPCJI) donated nearly $7,000 to the institute (NPCJI) in its annual year-end fundraising appeal in 2013, the institute has announced.

Donors were:

Anonymous (three), Helen Bernstein, Don Black, Simeon & Carol Booker, Betti Brown, Ross Chomiak, Barbara Cochran, Claudette Cox, Robert Daley, Laura Faul, Karen Fawcett, Elliot Feldman, Jonah Gitlitz, Matt Gryta, Jane Simpson Hahn, Mark Hamrick, Marvin Kalb, Frank Kane, Kathy Kiely, Pamela Killian Fox.

Gil Klein, Katherine Lewis, Craig Lewis, Arline Jolles Lotman, Jim Low, Tyler Marshall, Bill McCloskey, Patrick McGrath, Bob Moore, Benjamin Palumbo, Albano Ponte, Larry Quinn, Mary Raitt, MaryAnn Rayner, Dolores Redfearn, Janet Rogozinski, Jannie Roher, John Seidenberg, Beverly Simmons, Rob Stoddard, Marguerite Sullivan, Rupert Welch.

NPCJI was established in 1991 as the non-profit affiliate of the National Press Club and administers the Club's important training and outreach programs. Through the Eric Friedheim Library, NPCJI provides the latest technology, the fastest help in finding information you need as well as access to classes that keep you current with the changes underway in the industry.

In 2013 alone, NPCJI offered more than 50 sessions on topics ranging from "Post-Election Payback" to "Introduction to Data Reporting" and "How to Make the Most of FOIA."

The NPCJI Board of Directors thanks the donors for their generous contributions to its annual year-end giving campaign. The institute looks forward to continuing its work in support of journalists and communication professionals in 2014.