About Us | Our Funders

Our Funders

We are funded by more than 80 journalism organizations and journalists: concerned foundations, corporations and individuals: as well as our Program Fund, Endowment Fund, and Annual Awards Dinner.

Contributions come in the form of unrestricted support, restricted support for programs in specific fields such as business or health care, and by sponsoring receptions or purchasing tables and tickets for the National Press Foundation’s Annual Awards Dinner.

Chairman’s Circle

Friends of NPF

AARP, Advanced Medical Technology Association, American Trucking Associations, Business Roundtable, C-SPAN, CNN, CQ Roll Call Group, Entergy, Ford, FTI Consulting, Gannett, Gilead Sciences, Global Alliance for TB Drug Development, Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise, Hill & Knowlton, Honda, Lockheed Martin, Mazda, Mazda Foundation, National Geographic, NBC Universal, Neustar, New Media Strategies, Nissan, Northwestern Mutual, Novo Nordisk, NPR, Pfizer, Powell Tate, Scripps Howard, SIFA, SmartBrief, Inc., Story Partners, Subaru, Taishoff Family Foundation, The Allstate Corporation, The Huffington Post, The Kiplinger Foundation, The Washington Post, Toyota, Turner, US Chamber of Commerce, Wall Street Journal, Weber Shandwick, World Health Organization

Our Mission

The National Press Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, educates journalists on the top issues of the day and trains them to use the cutting-edge digital tools they need to keep pace in today’s media environment. NPF encourages excellence in journalism through its prestigious annual awards. NPF programs and awards are designed to support journalists and news organizations to make them more successful in today’s digital environment and adapt to the changing media landscape.

Year in Review

Below, please find our most recent final report on our programs and awards for journalists, as well as our most recent financial statement

2014 Annual Report

Form 990 | 2013

Form 990 | 2014

Information for program sponsors

  • The NPF model provides full fellowships to accepted journalists. The inclusive costs of each program will always be stated ahead of time.
  • The sponsor(s) will always be identified as the funder(s) of the program.
  • The sponsor(s) will be invited to address the journalists prior to the start of the program, welcoming them and explaining why they chose to sponsor this program.
  • The National Press Foundation will control all aspects of every program.
  • The National Press Foundation will be responsible for the development of an agenda and the selection of topics, speakers and 15 – 20 journalists.
  • The program will be balanced and fair. The program will always be on-the-record.
  • We will seek to represent all sides. People and organizations with positions directly opposed to the sponsor's may be invited to appear.
  • All program resources will be uploaded to the NPF website following the program for future reference.
  • At the conclusion of the program the sponsor(s) will receive a written evaluation of the program, as well as photocopies of the comments from each of the attending journalists.

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