Nonprofit News Awards highlight the impact of the INN Network’s journalism


The second annual Nonprofit News Awards on Wednesday honored more than two dozen examples of groundbreaking journalism and leadership, from an investigation that shut down a leaking Naval fuel depot in Hawaii, to a collaborative data project that changed how COVID deaths were counted nationwide, to an explanation of how San Francisco paid $20,000 each for garbage can prototypes.

Presented by the Institute for Nonprofit News (INN), the awards — nicknamed the INNYs — highlighted the range and diversity of journalism being produced by the INN Network, which has grown to 406 independent news organizations, as well as its impact on the local, national and international level.

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