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The News of Davidson team likes to help our local 501c(3) nonprofits. We do what we can to shine a spotlight on their activities and fundraisers across Davidson. Every now and then, we take a little time to remind our readers that we are also an all-volunteer nonprofit that exists because of generous donations from our readers.
We recently asked our friends at the Davidson Farmers Market if they would consider putting our logo on their sponsors page. They agreed, and News of Davidson is now featured on their sponsors’ page.
Our request motivated Amy Diamond, DFM Board President, to write the following wonderful words about News of Davidson.
Our Market is thriving as each week sees more produce and fruit and baked goods and flowers and, even, seasonal soaps and lotions. This bounty is very obvious to all of us as we do our weekly shopping and delight in the return of corn and tomatoes! But as I walk around the Market I find myself repeating that oft-used phrase, “it takes a village”, because there is so much more to our market being successful than what you see each week. One example of this unseen support is the weekly promotion we get from News of Davidson.
News of Davidson is a nonprofit website for news and information about Davidson and its environs for the people who live and work here — and those who care about this special place. They cover news, sports highlights, topical columns from community neighbors, and most importantly, information about non-profit organizations like the DFM. They feature the Market weekly – letting you know what you can expect to find each week and any special events or information you might need. The support from News of Davidson gives us the opportunity to reach all of their readers- advertising we could not afford to buy. I encourage you to visit the News of Davidson and consider signing up for their emails.
This unseen support is vital to us and really reinforces my belief that it takes a village.
We are extremely grateful for her kind words.
We couldn’t agree more that it takes a village, and we believe that we provide a valuable service in our town. Please support our efforts if you are able.