Editor's Note: How you can help sustain the Winter Park Voice

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Nov. 9, 2023

Dear Readers,

First, I want to thank you for the warm welcome I received when I came on as editor of the Winter Park Voice earlier this year. Local news is my career-long passion and this has been a hugely rewarding experience so far.

You all have generously supported the Voice for more than 10 years now and it’s that time of year when we are, once again, asking for your contributions. This year we took an important step to keep the Voice sustainable. We are now operating as a non-profit, which means your donations are tax-deductible.

We are a tiny but mighty team and, with your help, we deliver the most reliable in-depth coverage of Winter Park City Hall and beyond. I am the lone employee of our organization, and I am eternally grateful that retired Editor Anne Mooney continues to volunteer her time, sharp skills and wealth of knowledge as a steadfast editor and advisor.

The Voice has a three-member board of directors that is made up of Anne, myself and veteran journalist and Winter Park resident Gerri Throne. Our mission is to deliver accurate, relevant news about Winter Park to everyone who calls this city home, works here or likes to visit.

One feature we debuted this summer is the Weekly Roundup, an emailed newsletter that curates the week’s stories straight to your inbox every Sunday morning. The Roundup and all of the stories we publish are free — and without ads — because of people like you who support us with your contributions.

We keep our overhead low, but it does cost money to maintain our site and to create the content that people in Winter Park count on.  That’s why your tax-deductible contributions make such a difference to us and why we are so very grateful for them.

You can donate both online by clicking here or by sending a check to Winter Park Voice, P.O. Box 1543, Winter Park, FL, 32790.

With deepest gratitude as we embark on this season of giving,

Beth Kassab

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