Support TCOG’s work

TCOG board members Alison Gerber and Adam Yeomans (membership chair) at our May 2016 board meeting.

Board members Alison Gerber and Adam Yeomans (membership chair) at our May 2016 board meeting.

Join the open government efforts!

Tennessee Coalition for Open Government, a non-profit, non-partisan organization, relies on donations from individuals and organizations to operate. We need support from people like you!

Since 2003 when we formed, TCOG has been the premier organization in the state providing  education, research and advocacy related to access to public records and open meetings.

By donating, you help ensure a continued strong advocate for open government in Tennessee. See a list of our programs.

Our mission to preserve and protect open government stems from the belief that informed citizens — citizens who have access to what their government is doing — are essential in a democracy.

Donate to Tennessee Coalition for Open Government

  • Thank you for choosing to give! Your donations support educational programs, research, tracking and advocacy for transparency in government. (We will send you a letter confirming your donation to TCOG.)
  • We will use your email to send you our monthly newsletter, and occasional news alerts. You can unsubscribe at any time.

You can also join by mailing a check and the above information to:

Tennessee Coalition for Open Government

P.O. Box 22248

Nashville, TN 37202

Organizational members:

Media groups, law firms, nonprofit associations and other types of organizations, can join at organizational rates. Contact Deborah Fisher at for more information.

Thank you for supporting our work!

2 thoughts on “Support TCOG’s work

  1. Sonny Albarado

    Always a soft spot for TCOG. I was at the organizational meeting many years ago and appreciate being kept on the email list so I can stay on top of open-government issues in TN.

    • Deborah Fisher Post author

      We have a soft spot for you, too, Sonny! Thank you for all that you do and have done for journalists and citizens in promoting a free flow of information!


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