LocationAlhambra , CA United States
The Alhambra Source has been a trusted resource for independent, high-quality reporting since 2010. In those 10 years, we have covered many subjects across the Western San Gabriel Valley which would have otherwise gone unreported including multiple local elections, diverse cultural events, and businesses.
Today, as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, we’ve adapted to become a news publisher that follows the pandemic and all the topics of interest it has spawned: reopening businesses, going back to school and living in the “new normal.” But this type of crucial local reporting can’t survive without the financial support of our readers.
In order to continue reporting on these vital stories and continue serving our community, we are launching our 2020 Summer Donor Drive from Aug. 16 – Aug. 31, 2020. Our goal is to raise $50,000 in two weeks.
From now – through August 31 – Alhambra Source is running the “Save Local Journalism” Campaign with the goal of raising $50,000. Reaching this goal ensures that we can continue to give you the crucial information that parents and children need during these uncertain times.
Help save local reporting in the Western San Gabriel Valley. Become a donor today and ensure your community stays educated, engaged and connected.
This year we’ve reached over 50,000 monthly visitors to our website, proving that our coverage continues to be vital to all that live, work and play in our community. If half of these readers step up and make a tax-deductible donation, we can reach our goal and save essential news in our community. Help us save Alhambra Source.
Individual donors support our operation in more ways than one. Our reporters, engagement staff and student interns can only continue to do great work if we have your financial support.
Here is a short list of our recent stories and community engagement activities that have contributed to a well-informed community:
- “City Begins Testing on Monday, More Funds for Rent Relief Program”
- “AUSD Plans Online Instruction in the Fall”
- “Federal Waiver Discontinued, Families Will Go Back to Paying for Food”
- “Fire Destroys Most of San Gabriel Mission Church”
- “In ‘Persuading My Parents to Fill Out the U.S. Census,’ this Monterey Highlands 4th Grader Lays Out the Importance of this Year’s Count”
Here are key points of interest in our upcoming coverage:
- 2020 Census
- Education of local students
- COVID-19 in our community
- 2020 Alhambra City Council and Board of Education elections
How will the fabric of life in our community be affected if Alhambra Source is gone? Donate today and support local news in your community!