Your gift goes global with ICIJ during NewsMatch

Thanks to NewsMatch, donations to ICIJ will be doubled through the end of the year, and will support the world’s best network of reporters.

After a challenging, unprecedented year, it’s more important than ever to support powerful, independent investigative journalism.

And there’s no better time than now to make a donation to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. Today we celebrate #GivingNewsDay and the start of ICIJ’s NewsMatch campaign, which means your gift to ICIJ will go twice as far. Through the end of the year, your donation of up to $5,000 will be matched (and if you make a new monthly gift, it will be matched for twelve months’ worth!).

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Donate today and help us inspire and cultivate a global community of reporters and readers who believe journalism can bring about positive change.

When you support ICIJ, you’re supporting a vast network of reporters from all around the world. You’re giving us the resources to lift up their stories, expose corruption and generate truly global impact.

ICIJ’s latest investigation, the FinCEN Files, is emblematic of everything ICIJ stands for: Despite all the challenges of travel shutdowns amid a pandemic, ICIJ was able to bring together more than 400 journalists to participate in collaborative, data-driven journalism in the public interest. In the weeks following the FinCEN Files’ publication, our partners shared what ICIJ means to them:

I can’t even begin to describe how impressed and grateful I am with all the work you put in on FinCEN Files during the pandemic. This project wouldn’t have been possible without you.
— Nina Selbo Torset, Norway

ICIJ’s work is really valuable because it is able to bring together journalists from different countries, continents and languages to work together on the same story.
— Patricia Marcano, Venezuela

A fair partnership, fact-driven and highly impactful – that’s how the ICIJ defined collaborative journalism in the 21st century.
— Jan Strozyk, Germany

Our achievements have been spectacular, but ICIJ needs support to continue working towards a just, accountable and transparent world.
— Golden Matonga, Malawi

Now is the time to make a donation, become an ICIJ Insider, and support not only the ICIJ team, but also the work we do with journalists like Nina, Golden and more.

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As our way of saying thanks, we offer ICIJ Insiders a number of exclusive benefits, including access to live online events with our team. Our next ICIJ Insiders chat is scheduled for Dec. 15, where Insiders will have the chance to ask questions of our staff and hear about everything we’ve been reporting on this past year. Join today to receive an invitation!


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