The Fund for Investigative Journalism

Supporting investigative reporting projects around the world

  • Next Application Deadline

    Monday Feb. 6, 2017 - 5pm Eastern Time
  • Investigative Grants Awarded

    (Washington) – The Fund for Investigative Journalism (FIJ) has awarded $60,600 in grants to journalists working on 13 projects in the United States and around the world. Grants from FIJ help freelancers and reporters working for nonprofit news organizations cover expenses such as document retrieval, travel to develop and interview sources, and equipment rental fees.

    The grantees are:

    Yvette Cabrera, investigative reporter and Voice of OC contributor

    Marianna Grigoryan, Yerevan based investigative reporter and editor

    Roy Gutman, freelance correspondent covering the Middle East

    Oscar Lopez, a Mexican-Australian freelance journalist

    Robert McClure, InvestigateWest, a Seattle-based investigative journalism center

    Lauren Mills, IowaWatch reporter and assistant editor

    Mark Olalde, Johannesburg-based freelance journalist from Chicago

    Eilis O’Neill, radio and print reporter

    Steve Rabey, veteran religion journalist and author

    Aaron Wiener, senior editor, Mother Jones magazine

    Kate Willson, a Portland-based freelance journalist

    Margaret Wright, freelance journalist based in New Mexico

    The next deadline for grant applications is Monday, May 16.

     

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