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Donate to ICIJ and double your impact

Have you been thinking about supporting ICIJ with a donation? Right now you can double your impact!

Have you been thinking about supporting ICIJ with a donation? Now’s the time!

If you contribute before the end of the year, your donation will be doubled as part of a massive grassroots campaign to strengthen and grow financial support for nonprofit newsrooms.

ICIJ is one of more than 100 organizations selected to take part in News Match 2017.

News Match is supported through the generosity of funders at the Democracy Fund, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. From now until December 31, individual donations that we receive at ICIJ will be matched dollar-for-dollar.

Double your impact

How will your donation be used?

Donations we receive through the campaign will go towards producing investigations like our Pulitzer Prize-winning Panama Papers, a collaboration of more than 370 journalists that produced 4,700 news stories worldwide.

Donate to ICIJ and double your impact.

Since its release last year, the Panama Papers project has sparked major worldwide impact: it led to at least 150 inquiries and investigations in 79 countries, wiped an estimated $135 billion off the value of 400 public-traded companies, and forced two Prime Ministers to resign.

We’ve accomplished quite a lot already.

Imagine what our reporting could uncover with double the resources!

Combat ‘fake news’

The goal of News Match is to strengthen nonprofit news organizations and grow fundraising capacity at a time when the industry is facing a number of challenges – from political attacks to the rise of “fake news” to economic challenges.

Here at ICIJ, we’re committed to delivering high-quality, fact-based investigative journalism in spite of those obstacles.

ICIJ’s brand of cross-border investigative journalism is labor-intensive and time-consuming, but it also generates global and lasting impact.

Our work would be impossible without support from our individual donors, who are often our most engaged and informed readers.

This campaign will help us to grow that support and build a worldwide community of engaged citizens who – like us – understand the power of investigative journalism to drive change.

We hope you’ll join us in this campaign so we can continue bringing you investigative stories on issues that really matter.

You only have until the end of the year to double your impact, so don’t delay!

Feel free to get in touch with us at if you have questions or would like to learn more.


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