Lower Cape TV - NewsMatch Starts Now

LCTV seeks support to build local voice and strong Cape communities...

Eastham, MA - For the second year, Lower Cape TV has been selected to participate in NewsMatch, a national matching-gift campaign that drives donations to nonprofit newsrooms (like us!) around the country.  This is the type of journalism that can’t wait – because if we don’t tell these stories, who will?

Part fundraising program, part capacity-building effort, part public-awareness campaign, NewsMatch works to support nearly 200 nonprofit newsrooms while making it as easy as possible for anyone — donor, newsroom, foundation — to participate. 

Since 2016, the NewsMatch campaign has left an indelible imprint on the field of nonprofit news, helping jumpstart small, emerging newsrooms, supporting and strengthening long-standing news rooms, and supporting fledgling investigative reporting organizations.

Our Cape communities deserve to have their stories told and NewsMatch helps support Lower Cape TV as it reports the under-reported and brings the national local to Cape Cod. From the coast to the creative economy, from new fire trucks to shark sightings, from the serious to the celebration, these stories connect us. Local matters, because together we create and share "the story of us."  

Now through Dec. 31, donations to Lower Cape TV will be matched by funders across the country, up to $1000 per donation. To donate and have your dollars matched through NewsMatch visit:

https://www.newsmatch.org/organizations/lower-cape-tv-lower-cape-news


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