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Grist Magazine, Inc.
March 4, 2012

As a longtime reader of Grist, I feel that my donations to them are really just money that I owe them for all of their amazing journalism and advocacy, and for the energy that they inject into the green movement. I have made donations in response to their appeals, but also in response to reading an awesome article. Sometimes I make a gift to get whatever cool giveaway they have, but most of the time it is simply because I am thankful for all that they do and I want to ensure that they stay around.

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When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2012

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Grist Magazine, Inc.
February 27, 2011

Grist is my go-to website for breaking and in-depth reporting on all matters environmental. They are especially useful in providing a deeper and more contextual look that is not partisan or knee-jerk, but thoughtful and smart (with a very healthy dose of hilarious). Grist is my one-stop shop for all news environmental--and even environmental takes on seemingly "unrelated" news. And Ask Umbra is my mentor, whether she knows it or not :)

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I read Grist's reporting on a daily basis, and follow and engage with the organization and many of its reporters on Twitter. They continually educate and inspire me to take action and make changes.

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I would work for them :)

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Donor & I read their website daily & support Grist annually. .