Now you can support a free student press and help the Student Press Law Center simply by choosing JS Printing, already the premier sponsor of the SPLC Web site, for your publication printing needs.
JS Printing has announced that it will donate 5 percent of its net profit from any new customer who signs up for JS Printing’s services through a link on the SPLC Web site, splc.org.
“JS’s creative approach to supporting the SPLC creates a simple way for their customers to give back as well,” said Mark Goodman, Executive Director of the SPLC. “This program demonstrates, once again, JS’s commitment to helping protect student media across the country.”
This fall, JS Printing joined the SPLC as the premier sponsor of the Web site, splc.org. JS Printing’s support helps the SPLC provide important news and information about legal issues facing the student media in a quick and accessible medium. Along with News Flashes and back issues of the SPLC Report news magazine, the SPLC Web site provides many resources to student journalists and their advisers, including a 24-hour virtual lawyer, media law research and downloadable presentations for educators.
“JS Printing recognizes the important role the SPLC plays in defending the voices of America’s student journalists,” said Richard Mitchell, Vice President at JS Printing. “We are proud to support that effort while also allowing our customers to help make a difference.”
To learn more about the program, click on any JS Printing graphic featured on splc.org. Or, simply mention the SPLC when contacting JS Printing by phone at 1-866-435-7577.
Founded in 1989, JS Printing is proud to be an expert in printing student-published newspapers. An overwhelming commitment to student journalism and keeping student papers in print is the force that drives JS to make student newspapers easy, rewarding and affordable. Last year alone, JS printed over 7 million copies of student newspapers.
Since 1974, the Student Press Law Center has been the nation’s only legal assistance agency devoted exclusively to educating high school and college journalists about the rights and responsibilities embodied in the First Amendment and supporting the student news media in their struggle to cover important issues free from censorship. The Center provides free legal advice and information as well as low-cost educational materials for student journalists on a wide variety of legal topics. The SPLC is a nonprofit, non-partisan 501(c)(3) corporation.