The Connecticut Mirror's independent reporting on Connecticut government, public policy and politics relies on partnerships with community, education, business and media organizations. We also receive valuable support from non-profit and corporate underwriters and sponsors.
We welcome additional partnerships and supporters, in relationships that can take a variety of forms. For more information about becoming a partner with CT Mirror, please contact CEO/Publisher Brett Orzechowski at email@example.com, or call 860-218-6380. Thank you.
How nonprofit partners can help
There are several ways that nonprofit organizations can work with CT Mirror to share and expand knowledge about Connecticut government, public policy and politics, including:
- Participating— Add your organization's voice to the Connecticut conversation by commenting on news articles and submitting commentary for publication.
- Educating— Forward copies of reports and publications that your organization produces, as well as story ideas, to firstname.lastname@example.org (and add us to your press list).
- Disseminating— Share CT Mirror with your staff, board, members, friends, social networks and mailing lists, to help us get word about CTMirror.org out to as many people as possible. Please add links to CTMirror.org to your website and Facebook page.
- Partnering— Email CEO/Publisher Brett Orzechowski at email@example.com to discuss unique ways your organization can partner with CT Mirror.
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Teachers, if you'd like to use content from our website in your classroom, please do so. It's free. We just ask that you give us proper attribution and let us know how you use it, so we can recommend your ideas to other teachers and students. Contact CEO/Publisher Brett Orzechowski at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know how CT Mirror is helping you and your students learn more about Connecticut government, public policy and politics.
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