The Fund for Investigative Journalism

Supporting investigative reporting projects around the world

  • Next Application Deadline

    Monday May 22, 2017 - 11:59 pm (Eastern)
  • FIJ Awards Investigative Reporting Grants

    (Washington) The Fund for Investigative Journalism (FIJ) has awarded $72,350 in reporting grants to 14 reporters or reporting teams working on stories that will expose significant ills in society, government malfeasance and cover-ups, and abuses of people whose voices are rarely heard. The grants cover the expenses of reporting such as travel and public records requests.

    The grantees are:

    Robin Amer, fellow, Social Justice News Nexus at Northwestern University

    Ken Armstrong and T. Christian Miller, co-authors

    Steve Burger, WNIN Tri-State Public Media, Evansville Indiana

    Elizabeth Douglass, correspondent, InquireFirst

    Heath Haussamen, a New Mexico based journalist

    Christopher Jensen, reporter, InDepthNH.org

    Spike Johnson, an investigative journalist who focuses on humanitarian topics

    Jeremy Loudenback, The Chronicle of Social Change

    Patrick Madden, WAMU Radio

    Jarrett Murphy, City Limits News, a New York City investigative news center

    Angie Newsome, Carolina Public Press

    Miranda Spivack, an independent journalist working on a series for the Center for Investigative Reporting

    Diana Washington Valdez, an El Paso-based journalist

    Hella Winston, a New York based investigative reporter

    FIJ invites grant proposals to support investigative projects three times a year. The next deadline for applications is Monday February 6, 2017.

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