FIJ Grant Recipients Continue Long Tradition of Uncovering Untold Stories The hundreds of journalists we’ve supported over the years have made a tremendous impact. But the most significant beneficiaries are the readers and communities who use the reports that grants from the Fund help produce to inform decisions, advance change, and support social progress. Beyond Seymour Hersh’s groundbreaking investigation of ...

From the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting and reporter R.G. Dunlop, the story of  dangerously subpar health care for prisoners in Kentucky. An excerpt: “Jails buy medical care they can afford. Companies like Southern Health Partners make a profit. But promised and required services are not always provided. Inmates suffer as a result. And virtually no one is doing anything ...

From Christopher Pala, reporting from Hawaii, on the controversy over whether crops that are genetically modified are the prescription for prosperity, or illness. Pala’s report appeared in The Guardian. Photo credit: Christopher Pala ...

Make a tax-deductible donation today to the Fund for Investigative Journalism through the Catalogue for Philanthropy-Greater Washington, which vets and promotes selected DC-area nonprofits for their “great programming and sound finances.” Thank you and Happy Holidays! ...

From Roza Hovhannisyan for Iragir.am, the story of overcrowded prisons in Armenia, a country that is loath to allow prisoners out on parole. Inside, the conditions are breeding grounds for corruption, too, with prisoners paying staff to obtained banned items such as telephone cards and mobile phones. Photo credit: Roza Hovhannisyan   ...

Season’s greetings from the Fund for Investigative Journalism! During this holiday season, we at FIJ wish you joy and good health. As 2015 comes to a close, we hope you will reflect on all the good things that have transpired over the year. We at FIJ are especially grateful for the work done by investigative reporters across the country and ...