Introducing the

To celebrate Generocity's 10th anniversary, make a commitment to help us expand our important local journalism. 

This fund will enable us to continue to develop our talented corps of freelancers so that it is truly representative of the city, and so that we can continue writing quality journalism — only, more of it!

Fund progress



in 2020

Companies and people will be listed as supporters on this Generocity Journalism Fund page, linked to in every story funded through this initiative.

Current supporters

Janice Tosto · Sandra Oconnor · Deneene Brockington · Tiffany Bloom · Nakia Slaughter · Irvin Shannon · Winston Wallace · Nicole Pumphrey · Jen Weikert · Jill Stein · Lisa Clark · Adam Hymans · Christine Simiriglia · Stephen Perrotti · Catherine Grimes · Joseph Divis · Rosette Proodianp · John Colborn · Katy Lichtenstein · Frank Brzozowski · Stephanie Fenniri · Ashley Feuer-Edwards · David Wragg · Roe Laserow · Lisa Nelson · Dorothy A Malloy · Patricia Downey · Daphne Rowe · Collie Turner · Aja Beech · Sidney Hargro · Noel Fleming · Ivy Olesh · Winnie Branton · Ron L. Shamwell · William Toffey · Monique Giroux · Martina Mansell · Betsy Anderson · Jennifer Leith · William Madway · Pamela Rainey Lawler · Lauren Hughes · Teresa Araco Rodgers · Lauren Cristella · Owen Camuso · John Himics · Ann Cohen



Generocity is the only independent news organization dedicated to reporting on nonprofits and social impact in the Philadelphia region. 

Generocity’s independent newsroom team includes 10-15 freelancers actively covering the community we serve, and an editor who guides them. We also have four regular columnists who contribute opinion columns and tackle topics from inside the nonprofit scene.

While we’ve chased larger scale stories in our newsroom, our goal is that the fund will allow us to step outside of our day-to-day reporting beats and dig deeper, while inviting new writers to explore.

As our journalism fun is made up of individuals passionate about our work as both informers and connectors, this fund is meant to invite organizations and committed individuals into the opportunity to support our journalism.

Our goal

Examples of our most impactful journalism

By Kensington Voice

Want to really impact a community? Invest in a CDFI

By Donna Fabiani

By ImpactPHL Perspectives

Foundations’ 21st-century obligation: Align your endowments with mission

Semra Filikçi’s year of living resolutely

By  Sabrina Vourvoulias

‘Homegrown’ leadership is the way to make meaningful change in communities

By Alyssa Biederman 

Money Moves: The eagle-eyed will notice that these grants and donations total more than $11 million







By  Sabrina Vourvoulias

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