Religion Newswriters is a nonprofit membership association that provides training, tools and resources to encourage accurate, balanced and fair religion news coverage. Your gift to the Religion Newswriters Foundation (RNF), the charitable arm of RNA and a registered 501c3 nonprofit, is tax deductible.
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The General Fund supports the resources of Religion Newswriters, including ReligionLink, training, contests, printed publications—wherever the need is greatest.
General Scholarship Fund » Donate Online
RNA's Scholarship fund helps journalists participate in the world's largest and oldest meeting of journalists seeking to understand and report on religion better.
Diane Connolly Scholarship Fund » Donate Online
Scholarships will help journalists receive training and resources to cover religion with accuracy, balance and insight. This scholarship was named in honor of Diane Connolly, the founding ReligionLink Editor serving 2001-2008.
The Temporary Assistance Fund helps us extend the benefits of RNA membership to a laid-off colleague. Each $50 gift pays a year of dues for RNA journalists who have lost their jobs.
Myrtle W. Carlson Memorial Fund » Donate Online
The fund was established by long-time member, Paul Carlson, in honor of his wife. It will be used to provide scholarships for members to attend the RNA conference each year.