The Carey Institute partners with people who share the same ambitions for humanity. A shining example of this is represented by our relationships with four premier national foundations. We are gaining international recognition for our Nonfiction Residency by partnering with the Miami-based John S. and James L. Knight Foundation; the Chicago-based Reva and David Logan Foundation; the Washington D.C. area Stewart R. Mott Foundation; and the closer to home Millbrook, N.Y.- based Dyson Foundation.
As a result of these partnerships, investigative journalists from around the world are working on projects that will provide global insight into timely topics in areas ranging from education, the environment, urban development, poverty in America, immigration, conflict and more.
Without these partnerships, important investigative works would be slow in coming—or worse, never completed.
Mr. Jon Logan, director of the Logan Foundation said, “We are pleased to be a founding partner of the Nonfiction Residency Program. It’s a great fit for our foundation’s goal of supporting high-quality investigative journalism, which is imperative in strengthening our democracy and defending freedom around the world.”
The Carey Institute for Global Good remains committed to this program and will continue to join with additional partners in order to continue this important effort. The partnerships we seek range from foundations, corporations, government agencies and individuals. If you would like to find out more about supporting this program or any of our other initiatives, please contact Terry Gach at 518-354-0465. We welcome your participation. Thank you.