NEW YORK, March 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The Noya Fields Family group of charitable funds (www.noyafieldsfamily.org) announces back-to-back grants to Grist for 2019. The first grant provides for general operation support for Grist, the second grant is specifically to support the expansion of the Grist Docs Program.
“For the third year in a row we are pleased to renew our support for all of the amazing work that Grist continues to do as a nonprofit journalism organization covering the environment and climate change,” Noya Fields Co-Founder, Ken Fieldssaid. “We are especially excited to support the growing Grist Docs program, which previously has covered the Sunrise Movement and their latest production which will focus on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the communities and habitat it will affect.”
“We’re thrilled and grateful to have continued support and partnership with The Noya Fields Family group of charitable funds,” said Grist CEO Brady Piñero Walkinshaw. “This support will allow Grist to engage broad audiences with solutions-oriented media and innovative storytelling and films produced through our new Grist Docs program.”
Founded in 1999, Grist (www.grist.org) is a pioneering nonprofit digital media organization and network of innovators working toward a planet that doesn’t burn and a future that doesn’t suck. Its mission is to make the story of a better future so irresistible you want it right now. A leading voice on issues of climate solutions, sustainability, and environmental justice, Grist was recently nominated for a prestigious National Magazine Award and won an Eddie Award for Best Consumer Media Site from Folio.
About Noya Fields Family Funds:
The Noya Fields Family group of charitable funds support through direct grants and strategic partnerships a wide range of philanthropic endeavors focusing generally, but by no means exclusively, on the environment, basic human civil liberties, education and the arts.