How To Support Our Journalism During The Holiday Season



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As we reach the end of 2023, we’re taking a moment to reflect on the stories that had the biggest impact this year on the world of religion.

Let us take you through some of the highlights from Religion Unplugged

Ethnic violence has engulfed Manipur, a state in northeastern India. At least 150 people have been killed, over 6,000 homes and 400 churches destroyed and more than 50,000 people remain displaced.  

Since Hamas’ Oct. 7 cross-border assault on multiple army bases, kibbutzim, cities and a music festival near Gaza, staff at the Israel Defense Forces’ Shura Army Base have been working around the clock to identify the victims.  

The events of that day also reveal a story of heroism, hope, love and sacrifice. On that very day, and the weeks that followed, New York became a city of quiet heroes that day 22 years ago. Tim Brown was one of them. 

Stories like these strengthen our knowledge of the world and how faith matters in the lives of the vast majority of people on the planet. They need to be told. And they’re not cheap to produce. That’s why we’re counting on you to help us continue to do this important work. 


As a member of the Institute for Non-Profit News, Religion Unplugged is part of the annual NewsMatch campaign. Thanks to this partnership, we have an opportunity to make your donation go even further during this time of year.

Now until Dec. 31, NewsMatch will match your new monthly donation 12 times or double your one-time gift, up to $1,000. Your generous donations will help sustain our journalism — and help us produce many more standout stories — through 2024 and beyond. 

Following our Giving Tuesday campaign (thank you for your generosity!), we raised $7,000 toward our goal of $26,000. We are looking for nine people who can give $1,000 each to take us to our NewsMatch limit.

All the funds raised will go towards our editorial budget. Your donation will allow us to pay writers from India to Chile to Uganda.

Will you support independent journalism that works for you? 


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