Our campaign logo – a maple tree – was selected for many reasons. Being a Canadian newspaper, the maple tree connects with the 150th anniversary of Canada. The roots of the tree represent our long-time subscribers and supporters, without whom our independent, distinctively Reformed journalism would not be possible.
Since 1945, CC has been sharing important events, news and analysis. We want to flourish for another 70 years and more – engaging new generations, including grandchildren and great-grandchildren of original subscribers. Leaves in this drawing signify the fact that CC is also continually growing – in our coverage, contributors, outreach and effort to thoughtfully utilize technology and media platforms.
Lastly, the maple keys. Before winter, a maple tree releases its ‘spinners’ (or ‘helicopters’ – the seed pods off the tree). CC’s website and social media is being used by readers to share our articles with wider audiences; our articles spin off in directions we never would have expected, planting small seeds that may grow into conversations or conversions, Lord willing.
You can help us meet our goal of $25,000 to support thoughtful Reformed journalism, engage quality writers and columnists, expand our coverage and propel our outreach efforts to bring our stories to more people.
(Note - the thermometer on this page accounts for donations through CanadaHelps only, for overall campaign updates visit our website www.christiancourier.ca)