How You Can Help

If you like what Dakota Voice is doing and support our efforts, you can partner with us.

Dakota Voice, formerly a conservative newspaper called The Bird, was established in 2005 in Rapid City, South Dakota with a print newspaper and online version. The print version of Dakota Voice had subscribers in over 90 South Dakota towns and was offered in dozens of churches and businesses around the state. The website sees visitors each month from all around the world. In 2007, Dakota Voice became exclusively online in blog format, continuing to offer both exclusive and syndicated content.

Dakota Voice is routinely rated the #1 most influential blog in South Dakota on a weekly basis, according to BlogNetNews.  Dakota Voice is linked to by hundreds of other websites around the country, and our content is read by a world audience via news aggregators like Google News.

The mission of Dakota Voice is to provide news and commentary, often from a Christian worldview, which is not strained through the filter of the liberal media.  We seek to bring our readers information not found in "mainstream" media outlets, and to magnify important information which is marginalized in the "mainstream" media. 

We do not pretend to be unbiased, but rather have an allegiance to the truth where ever it is found, regardless of what political party it benefits or indicts. Our intent is not to provide "balance" by also giving you the liberal slant (you get plenty of that through the "mainstream" media), but to be fair and accurate.  

If you agree with this goal and would like to help Dakota Voice continue and expand our coverage, you can be a part of our efforts with your financial support.

Your financial support may be used in one or more of the following ways: 

  • Help defray travel expenses to cover current events such as...
  • Equipment to help get the story out
    • Server hosting fees 
    • Photography supplies
    • Video equipment
    • Computer hardware/software
  • Purchasing premium content for Dakota Voice readers
    • Political cartoons,
    • Article reprints, etc.
  • Provide some monetary compensation for our regular content contributors
    • Many of whom work hard doing research and writing for no compensation

There are a couple of ways you can help financially (NOTE: Dakota Voice is NOT a tax exempt organization--tax exempt organizations face too many free speech restrictions--so your contributions are NOT tax deductible):  

  • Voluntary web subscription
  • One-time contributions

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