At Dow Jones, we’re committed to making a positive impact on the communities where we do business, focusing on the core areas of journalism and freedom of the press, education and?literacy, arts and?culture and our local communities. READ MORE

Through volunteer initiatives, employee fundraising events, unique partnerships, corporate donations and the Dow Jones Foundation grants, we focus on these areas to make a targeted and meaningful contribution to nonprofits and schools around the world. We are proud to support Oliver Scholars, Committee to Protect Journalists and the International Women’s Media Foundation, among many others. READ LESS


HarperCollins Publishers has been entertaining, educating and inspiring generations of readers for more than 200 years. We seek to make a positive impact by promoting education and literacy, supporting our authors and their freedom of expression and helping our local communities. READ MORE

The company supports a number of non-profit organizations and initiatives committed to promoting literacy, such as First Book and Change for Kids. Authors and their work are at the center of everything we do, so we focus a portion of our philanthropic work on organizations that support our authors, with the aim of industry growth and sustainability. We also support our local communities around the world through a variety of volunteer efforts, book donations and more. READ LESS


The New York Post proudly sponsors major non-profit organizations and events that?support the people in our communities and provide awareness for important literacy and education?programs. READ MORE

These events include the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation 5k and the Stephen Siller Foundation Tunnel to Towers run. In addition to providing media assets to support a range of non-profit organizations, the Post has provided funding to various youth initiatives through the Police Athletic League, the New York Public Library, Opportunity Network and National Dance Institute. READ LESS


Throughout the year, News America Marketing supports a number of charities that are making a positive impact on the communities in which we work and live. READ MORE

We also support causes that are important to our employees personally, such as Habitat for Humanity and After School All Stars (a News Corp Philanthropy Partner), through volunteering and/or fundraising as well as financial contributions. READ LESS


At News Corp Australia we work every day to report on what matters to our readers, argue in favor of initiatives that build stronger, safer and better communities and tell stories that inspire Australians. READ MORE

Our News in the Community program brings together our editorial and community initiatives into four core pillars: Stronger Communities – ensuring our communities are strong, livable, connected; Education for All – ensuring everyone has access to a good education; Healthy Nation – health leads to productivity and better a better Australia; and News Responsibility – upholding the responsibility of a free press and ensuring our business operates responsibly. READ LESS


News UK has?a clear mission to secure a sustainable future for world-class journalism at scale. The News Academy, established in 2014, is our company-wide program to help and inspire the next generation of journalists. This is achieved by providing training, career advice and work experience at our titles plus our annual summer school – a free, week-long program for a select group of 15 aspiring journalists. READ MORE

This year, News UK supported the homeless, suicide awareness, literacy and the fight against childhood hunger. Our titles are recognized globally, and they use the strength of their brand across the world to raise money with our readers for global appeals. Examples include The Sun’s Pounds for Poppies campaign for the Royal British Legion, The Sunday Times’ Christmas appeal for Syria, The Times’ Fit For Cycling campaign, Sunemployment roadshow and The Sun’s appeal to raise over £100,000 for Grenfell fire victims. READ LESS