The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists is a nonprofit organization. We give our work away for free.
But cross-border investigative journalism is among the most expensive and riskiest in the world. We rely heavily on charitable foundations and on financial support from the public. Without your help, we cannot exist.
We are incredibly grateful to our supporters who make this work possible. The following list (current as of June 2021) includes institutional and major individual donors who provided support in 2019-2021:
- Adessium Foundation
- Arnold Ventures
- Bay and Paul Foundations
- Barbara Streisand
- Bertha Foundation
- Ford Foundation
- Franklin Philanthropic Foundation
- Fritt Ord Foundation
- Fund for Nonprofit News at The Miami Foundation (NewsMatch)
- Green Park Foundation
- Hollywood Foreign Press Association
- Hurd Foundation
- John and Florence Newman Foundation
- Jonathan Logan Family Foundation
- KCIJ Newstapa
- Meryl Streep
- Nationale Postcode Loterij
- Open Society Foundations
- Swedish Postcode Foundation
- Tinius Trust
- Wellspring Philanthropic Fund
- We are also grateful to have received in-kind support from Australian philanthropist and businessman Graeme Wood.
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Funding goes to support ICIJ’s general operations, technology and tools and investigative projects. ICIJ maintains a strict firewall between our editorial judgement and fundraising. All editorial decisions are made independently, and no donor or institution influences ICIJ’s coverage.
ICIJ embraces the Donor Bill of Rights developed by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP), Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and the Giving Institute.