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January is For Celebrating Our Members. Join Our MFP VIP Club in 2023!

Happy New Year!

I hope your year is shaping up to be exactly what you want. Thank you for starting 2023 with us. We know your time and inbox space are valuable, and I have unending gratitude that you’ve chosen us as one of your primary news sources. 

I’ve got some exciting news to share. January is our member month. You can become an MFP VIP Club member by agreeing to donate at least $10 a month or $100 a year to our 501(c)(3) to support solutions journalism that holds the powerful accountable. 

As part of the membership, you have access to exclusive experiences and conversations with Oscar-nominated Aunjanue Ellis and former Navy Secretary Ray Mabus, who served as Mississippi’s 60th governor. As long as you’re a member, you can watch or listen to every event we’ve put on, which includes talks on narrative nonfiction from our award-winning editor Donna Ladd. 

Joining this month means you can kick off the new year with Ellen Morris Prewitt’s talk, “You Are Creative” later in the month. Ellen is a writing instructor and author who is passionate about helping people find the creative inside you. 

Click on the image to donate and become a MFP VIP Club member today.

Bonus! Our new members will get a one-of-a-kind MFP VIP Club member sticker this month. There’s only one run of these, so join now. If you’re already a VIP Club member and want one of the stickers, hit reply, and we’ll drop one in the mail. 

Our grantmakers and large donors need to see that you have skin in the MFP journalism game. Our board loves a budget that shows we have a steady income that supports our growing newsroom. (You might have seen we’re hiring a new reporter, and Ashton Pittman and Kayode Crown have new roles as news editor and senior reporter.)

With your recurring gift, we can expand coverage that matters to Mississippians, like Kayode Crown’s story on the unregulated substance Tianeptine sold at gas stations throughout the state. We can’t keep our hospitals open. The last thing we need is

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