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Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

Your gift of $1,000 or more helps us celebrate global photography on issues that matter.

Photography projects are an increasingly important part of the Pulitzer Center's strategy for raising awareness of underreported issues around the world. From cover stories for TIME and The New York Times, to special features for National Geographic and Harper's, and online presentations on MSNBC, Vox, the New Republic and The New Yorker. Photography by our grantees is also a critical tool for exploring global issues and promoting media literacy in schools and colleges.

Our 2018 Pulitzer Center Photography Series is a new way to support the Pulitzer Center. With a donation of $1,000 or more, donors can select one of the prints in the series (most are 11x14), which will be signed by the photographer. $250 will go to the photographer of the image you select. And gifts received by December 31st will be doubled through our News Match Challenge Grant.

Double or triple your gift through December 31st!

  • Our News Match challenge grant will match the first $1,000 of your gift through December 31st. Double your gift through 12/31!
  • Our Persephone Miel Challenge Grant matches the first $5,000 in donations for the Persephone Miel Fellowship, designed to nurture journalists from the developing world and bring their work to a broader international audience. Triple your gift with the Persephone Miel Challenge Grant + our News Match challenge grant!

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  • Quality international journalism on critical and underreported global issues
  • Prime placements of these important international stories in leading print and broadcast media outlets around the world
  • Global engagement and outreach strategy that links journalists and their international reporting projects to youth through highly interactive visits to high school and college campuses
  • Effectively addresses need for quality in-depth reporting on important global issues and the need for informed and engaged news consumers (including youth and young adults)

Our Impact

"At a critical stage in my development, the combination of incentives, guidance and contacts [the Pulitzer Center] provided stretched my limits. I have been able to count on their support ever since. Along the way, I have had the freedom to explore stories. Our reporting had impact thanks to the added time and resources given to us that let us go deep." -Jason Motlagh, freelance journalist

"The brilliance of the Pulitzer Center's education work has not only been in bringing the world into our classrooms, but also deeply involving our students in the world around them. Approximately 8,000 of our students have been involved in a Pulitzer Center experience, including at least 30 teachers and 12 projects. Our innovative, engaging, and meaningful work together has had a profound impact on our students."
-Tracy Crowley, Information Literacy Specialist, Chicago's CCSD21 School District

* Background photo by Pulitzer Center grantee Paula Bronstein. Afghanistan, 2015.

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