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Since 2019, our community has invested more than $4 million in philanthropic support to help strengthen our newsroom

THANK YOU

To the many donors and grantors who so generously supported our work in 2022. As part of our commitment to transparency, The Salt Lake Tribune publishes the names of all of those who make gifts totaling $5,000 and above.

$100,000 and up

Zions Bank
Google Discovery
Clark and Christine Ivory Foundation
Tim and Jane Sullivan

$50,000 – $99,999

Lark and Craig Galli, In honor of Vella and Wayne Evans
Mark and Kathie Miller
Report for America National Organization
Rocky Mountain Power
Swartz Foundation
The Call Foundation
The James S. and John L. Knight Foundation

$25,000 – $49,999

Crocker Catalyst Foundation
International Center for Journalists
Northwestern University | Medill
Poynter-Koch
The Cumming Foundation

$10,000 – $24,999

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION
B.W. Bastian Foundation
Ben Damstedt
Christian Peel
Frank-Ratchye Family Fund
Gibson Family Foundation
John and Anne Milliken
Joseph M. Simmons Foundation
Josh Kanter
Randy Dryer
The Downtown Alliance – Salt Lake City
Val A. Browning Charitable Foundation
Willard L Eccles Charitable Foundation

$5,000 – $9,999

Barbara Watkins
Barry Baker
Colette Blakey
Columbia University
Constance Baring-Gould
Dinesh and Kalplana Patel Foundation
Elaine Klein and Craig Wallentine

George and Mary Hall
Greg and Rebecca Hyde Skordas Skordas
H.O. Whiteside Fund
Jaquelyn & Gregory Zehner Foundation
John and Marcia Price
Kevin Garn

Lawrence T. and Janet T. Dee Foundation
Linda Leckman
Nerus Strategies, LLC
ProPublica
S.J. and Jessie E. Quinney Foundation Household
University of Colorado


First Amendment Society

donors committed to donating at least $1,000 a year for three years

Lifeline – $10,000

Ben D.
Bruce and Diana Bugbee
C. Peel
Elaine Klein and Craig Wallentine
Frank-Ratchye Family Fund
John and Anne Milliken
Kanter Family Foundation

Deadline – $5,000

George and Mary Hall
Greg Skordas and Rebecca Hyde Skordas
H.O. Whiteside Fund
Linda Leckman, MD
Randy Dryer

Headline – $2,500

Angie Welling
Ashish Patel
Dinesh and Kalpana Patel
Ed Sweeney
Jonathan Ruga
Nancy and George Melling
Patricia and Robert Bayer
Robert Rolfs
Ronna Cohen and Stan Rosenzweig
Sheryl Scott

Byline – $1,000

Andrew and Claire Bjelland
Art Lipson and Rochelle Kaplan
Bob and Sally Schramm
Brad and Lisa Crandell
Bruce and Diana Juhlin
Carl and Vanessa Laurella
Ciel Hunter
Cook-Scholnick Fund
David Bennett
Dave Patel
Dick and Susan Rosetta
Erin Laney Barr
Erik & Kristin Olson
Francoise Hibbs
Fraser Nelson
Fred Esplin
Garry Blake and Karen Winslow-Blake
Gary Harding
Gary G. Sackett and Toni Marie Sutliff
Ginny and Gerry Rothstein
Gerald R. and Virginia S. Rothstein
Glenn Ricart and Patricia Guenther
Holly Mullen
Howard and Ray Grossman Charitable Fund
James E. Shelledy
James Roberts
James Scott
Jane and Kim Blair
Jean M. Lown and W. Bryan Dixon
Jerry Borrowman
Jones Waldo / Parsons Behle & Latimer
Kristen Carroll, MD
Mary Corporon
Mary Lynne Hulme and Andrew Krcik
Mark Miller and Renai Bodley Miller
Michael H. Bourne
Nancy Melich and Lex Hemphill
Pat and Mac Dalgleish
Patrick A. Shea
Peter and Kathleen Metcalf
Richard Badenhausen and Katherine Venti
Robert and Linda Keiter
Steve Mecham
Salzberg Family
Sherri Devashrayee Wittwer and J. David Wittwer
Thomas VanWinkle
Tim and Amy Haran Charitable Fund
Tyler Riggs
Zac and Lauren Selby

Become a member of the First Amendment Society, a group of dedicated, generous individuals who believe that the free press and The Tribune are vital to the health of our community, our state and our democracy. Members receive exclusive opportunities for updates and invitations to special mission-related events and meet a few times a year to share their thoughts with us. They also receive an annual digital subscription to The New York Times.

For more information on how to join the First Amendment Society, contact Development Director at [email protected].


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Board members

Paul C. Huntsman

Erin Laney Barr

Randy Dryer

Fred Esplin

Jorge Fierro

Ciel Hunter 

Ashish Patel

Dave Patel

James E. Shelledy

Tom Love


You have made this transition possible. Your support — via a subscription or a donation, by reading online at sltrib.com or by picking up this paper today at a store — is the reason we are here at the end of a long road and eagerly approaching the turn onto a new path.

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We are a 152-year-old startup. With your help, we can provide even greater and lasting benefit to our communities. Thank you for joining us on this journey.


(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune)
(Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune)
(Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune)
(Isaac Hale | Special to The Tribune)