The Charlotte News is our town’s only nonprofit source of news and commentary. We keep Charlotte residents connected and informed. The bulk of our funding comes from readers like you. The nonprofit news model works for our town, but only with your participation.
The News is delivered free to every household in town, but it costs more than $100,000 a year to produce, print and mail it to our readers 25 times a year. Advertising revenue covers about half of those costs; we depend on the generous contributions of our readers for the rest.
Won’t you do your part? A contribution of any amount will help.
TCN, Inc. doing business as The Charlotte News is a 501(c)3 organization and contributions are fully tax deductible.
Become a Sustainer – make a monthly gift
If you are a regular News reader, we invite you to become a regular, monthly sustainer. Many sustainers chose to pitch in ten or twenty dollars a month. Make your monthly contribution below.
Gifts by Mail
Checks should be made out to The Charlotte News and mailed to:
The Charlotte News
P.O. Box 251
Charlotte, VT 05445
Gifts of Appreciated Stock
Giving appreciated securities, such as stock, to The Charlotte News has a double benefit:
You may either instruct your broker to hold the securities in an account for The Charlotte News or authorize your representative to transfer the certificates to The Charlotte News account at Baystate Financial. For more information, please contact John Quinney, President, Board of Directors.
Please help ensure that we can continue to be “The Voice of the Town,” as we have been since 1958.