Legally Free Press (501c3) and Free Press Action Fund (501c4) exist as two separate, autonomous and interrelated organizations, which ensures we have the power and reach necessary to move our policy goals and win on our campaigns.
Both organizations are completely independent: We don't take money from business, government or political parties and rely on the generosity of charitable foundations and individual donors to fuel our work.
We're making a real difference:
Check out our recent reports:
2019 Update: Transforming Local Journalism
Our audited financial documents are below.
Free Press' IRS 990 forms:
Free Press Action Fund's IRS 990 forms:
Free Press Action Fund 2022 990
Free Press Action Fund 2021 990
Free Press Action Fund 2020 990
2022 audited combined financial statement for Free Press and Free Press Action Fund.
Please contact Chief Operating Officer Kimberly Longey for additional information on impact reports, IRS 990 forms and audited financial statements for Free Press and Free Press Action Fund.
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