Results from this recent national survey of 4,000 participants was shared with BenitoLink from the Knight Foundation.
The project weaves together still photography, storyboards and video interviews with demonstrations and discussion.
We did it! Readers donated over $40K and BenitoLink will be able to get a full match, doubling those donations to $80K for the nonprofit news organization in 2022.
Norma is an amazing example of determination and the will to do good for others.
Looking back at where BenitoLink started and where it is today.
Our primary goal is to provide valuable, sometimes life-saving information to the residents of San Benito County.
BenitoLink events help the public understand the issues better and are an opportunity to build relationships.
Pledge of Champions donations make up 25-30% of our revenue.
Despite a diverse population, we all need dependable information to elect our leaders and build a strong community.
Donors have been fundamental in their support to BenitoLink and have contributed to local nonpartisan journalism.
BenitoLink brings on interns from all over the county, bringing with them a variety of interests.
Consultants say training can cause a shift in personal values and perspective of organization.
Teams like ours are more familiar with the geographical location, the cultural and historical background of the coverage area than reporters working for large news companies.
With the help of local nonprofits and grocery store owner Chang So, BenitoLink was able to get important information out in Spanish.
Local donors push past the halfway mark in donations as BenitoLink strives for full 40K 'NewsMatch.'
17-year-old Samantha Slykas wants conversations about violence to continue.
Elections to fill vacancies required to use district maps adopted after the 2010 census.
Sentencing is scheduled for March 4.