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Help us create our first ICIJ tote bag

We are all about collaboration here at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Even when it comes to swag.

We are all about collaboration here at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.

Even when it comes to our swag (or our thank you gifts, you could call it) that we give people to thank them for supporting our investigations.

We are super excited to be creating ICIJ’s first ever tote bag and we want you to be involved!

The anniversary of the Panama Papers is just around the corner – and we want to celebrate the ongoing impact of the 2016 investigation.

On one side, the bag has our ICIJ Insiders logo. On the other side, you decide.

 

Just select an option from the Twitter poll, and we’ll tally up the responses and get printing! You’ve only got a week. So don’t wait!

From April 3, all new ICIJ Insiders at the Change the Rules level – readers who support our independent journalism with $15 a month or more – will get a funky new bag. If you’re already an ICIJ Insider (thank you!), a $50 donation bags you a, well, bag.

It’s a limited print run – so don’t delay!

Sign up for email alerts to find out when the tote bag drive begins. As always, our ICIJ Insiders are getting first dibs to get our tote bag gift – so keep an eye out in your inbox Insiders!

Any questions? Feel free to email me directly!

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