Support Healthy NewsWorks

You can do something about the gaps in children’s literacy and health understanding by becoming a Healthy NewsWorks supporter. We welcome your partnership in helping students improve their research and writing skills and learn how to make themselves and their communities healthier.

Donate online
(through our fiscal sponsor, Resources for Human Development, Tax ID: 23-1727133)

Donate using printable form
(print this form, fill it out, then mail it to the address indicated on the form)

How your contribution helps

Your tax-deductible gift will help us deliver the three primary elements of our program.

  • Core newspapers: Educating elementary and middle school students in research, interviewing, and writing skills so they can produce health newspapers for their schools in high-needs communities.
  • Health education: Broadening health literacy and understanding through lessons, activities, and videos.
  • Book project: A capstone project for student journalists who are ready to interview health leaders for our Leading Healthy Change In Our Communities book series.

Consider a community partnership

Community partnerships are customized opportunities available to companies, organizations, and other contributors. These deeper engagements with our program can include but aren’t limited to additional recognition and volunteer service opportunities.

For more information, contact us.

Benefits of giving

Your gift of any size will help ups build health awareness among young people.

Individuals, companies, and organizations giving $150 and above receive:

  • Recognition and/or logo display on our website and in our book.
  • Special mailings of student work.

For a gift of $50 or more, you’ll receive:

  • Admission to our spring book launch celebration.
  • A copy of the book.

About our sponsorship levels

Community Partner

  • Community partnerships are customized opportunities available to companies, organizations, and other contributors.
  • These deeper engagements with our program can include but aren’t limited to additional recognition and volunteer service opportunities.

School Board ($7,500)

  • Helps fund a school newspaper program for one year.
  • Bookplate recognition in 100 books (donated to schools or other organization).
  • Logo in book and on website.

Publisher ($5,000)

  • Helps fund a school newspaper program for six months.
  • Bookplate recognition in 50 donated books.
  • Logo in book and on website.

Editor in Chief ($2,500)

  • Helps fund a school newspaper program for three months.
  • Bookplate recognition in 25 donated books.
  • Logo in book and on website.

Editor ($1,000)

  • Helps distribute school newspapers to 200 students for one year.
  • Bookplate recognition in 10 donated books.
  • Logo in book and on website.

Correspondent ($500)

  • Helps distribute school newspapers to 100 students for one year.
  • Bookplate recognition in 5 donated books
  • Name in book and on website.

Reporter ($250)

  • Helps distribute school newspapers to 50 students for one year.
  • Name in book and on website.

Researcher ($150)

  • Helps distribute school newspapers to 30 students for one year.
  • Name in book and on website.

Please note: Inclusion of names and logos in print materials is subject to print deadlines. Names and logos will be added to the online book and website through the June 30 fiscal year-end.

Be confident in your charitable giving. Healthy NewsWorks is a division of Resources for Human Development, Inc., a registered charitable organization. In accordance with Pennsylvania law, we are required to advise you that a copy of RHD’s official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling 800-732-0999 (toll-free within Pennsylvania) or 717-783-1720. Registration does not imply endorsement.