Help Keep Independent Journalism Alive

The Lund Report is counting on you to meet its $25,000 challenge grant.

Very few media outlets keep you informed about what’s going on inside Oregon’s healthcare industry. That’s why more and more people turn to The Lund Report every week.

Our team of professional journalists never hesitates to ask the tough questions rather than just publish the press releases that innundate our email boxes.

We dig deep, bringing you information not readily available about Oregon’s hospitals, its CCOs, its insurers, its healthcare leaders.

And, we depend on you – our faithful readers – to keep us alive. Fortunately, one of our most avid readers who prefers to remain anonymous has offered The Lund Report a $25,000 matching challenge grant.

Now it’s time for you to step up and help us reach that goal. You can make a tax-deductible donation by using your credit card and clicking the Donate button on our website or by mailing a check to The Lund Report at POB 82841, Portland OR 7282.

The Lund Report has always been there for you – free of advertisements – free of special interest groups – we’ve brought you the most timely and provocative news for the past eight years, and have every intention of not straying from that path in the months and years ahead.

Now we’re calling on you to support our work. As the legislative session draws near, our fearless reporter Chris Gray will be in Salem, telling you about the most critical health policy issues such as efforts by Rep. Mitch Greenlick to require all CCOs to become community nonprofit organizations and not turn their profits over to physicians, hospitals and corporate interests.

As we continue to expand our coverage, you’ll feel closer to the pressing issues facing our healthcare system. Your donation keeps investigative journalism alive in our community.

As this fund-raising drive progresses, we’ll let you know how we’re doing. Thanks for believing in what we do. Your wonderful support makes it possible for us to remain the most vital source of health news in Oregon. And we never intend to stray from that path!

Diane can be reached at [email protected].

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