The Lund Report deserves your support. Where else can you keep track of your colleagues, your competitors, potential clients and learn what’s going on inside Oregon’s healthcare industry?
“We all benefit from information in The Lund Report,” Shelley Bailey, a Lund Report board member and co-owner of Central Drugs, told an overflow audience at Oregon’s Health Forum breakfast earlier this week.
“I want to remind you of the motto of our colleagues in public broadcasting – it’s really ‘people like you’ who can help The Lund Report remain independent and free from advertising,” she said. “Let’s all help ourselves by contributing to the long-term success and financial viability of The Lund Report.”
Since our beginnings, in 2009, we’ve never wavered from our mission – to shed light on what’s going on inside the healthcare industry to help create a more transparent and accountable healthcare system for everyone.
Our news staff has gone beyond the mark to bring you the most informative timely information – the shake-up at the Oregon Health Authority, the profitability of the state’s CCOs, hospitals and insurance companies, and the most insightful news about Oregon’s Legislature. Now we’re asking for your help so we can continue our stalwart record. Generous supporters have offered The Lund Report a $30,000 challenge grant. If we can match that amount, we’ll have $60,000 to support and bolster our important work.
Your tax-deductible donation, no matter how small or large, will help us reach that goal! You can either make your check to The Lund Report at POB 82841, Portland 97282 or use your credit card, and I’ll be pleased to send along a receipt for tax purposes since we’re recognized as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit by the IRS.
With these additional dollars, we intend to overhaul our website, which is long overdue, making it easier for you to find the stories you want to read, and to access our data and insights across computers, tablets, phones and other devices.
The Lund Report is considered the most vital source about Oregon’s healthcare industry and health policy developments. We’re relying on your financial support to continue this important role.
Thanks for believing in what we do. Your support makes it possible to keep investigational journalism alive.
Diane Lund-Muzikant, editor emeritus and board chair of The Lund Report, can be reached at [email protected]