FIJ's Emergency Grant on Police Misconduct

We have launched a new effort to provide immediate emergency grants to U.S.-based investigative journalists working on stories related to police misconduct. We strongly encourage journalists of color and local media outlets to apply.

FIJ Reporting Grants to Support Investigative Journalists

Next deadline: Monday September 14, 2020 at 11:59pm Eastern time 

FIJ's Coronavirus Rolling Grant

We are providing immediate emergency grants to U.S.-based freelance investigative journalists working on stories on the coronavirus that break new ground and expose wrongdoing in the public or private sector. 

The Fund for Investigative Journalism

News & Stories from FIJ Grantees and Fellows 

Meet Our First Coronavirus Grantees

In late March, the board of directors of the Fund for Investigative Journalism unveiled new emergency grants for U.S.-based freelance investigative journalists working on stories about the coronavirus. The stories must break new ground and expose wrongdoing in the...

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Coca-Cola Skirts Restrictions as Cape Town Runs out of Water

Capetonians living under unprecedented water restrictions limiting them to 50l per person per day in early 2018, descended on the city's natural springs to collect water to supplement their municipal water use.  Photo: Steve Kretzmann At the beginning of 2018, Cape...

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Watch Our Full Webinars on Coronavirus Emergency Grants

The Fund for Investigative Journalism, The Economic Hardship Reporting Project, PEN America, along with special guests will host a webinar on Thursday, May 7, at 3 p.m. EDT to answer your questions about ongoing efforts to provide funding and support to journalists...

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FIJ Awards $91,000 to New Grantees

The board of directors of the Fund for Investigative Journalism has awarded $91,000 in grants to 11 investigative projects in its most recent round of funding. The grants will help cover the costs of reporting, such as travel, document fees, and other expenses. The...

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Heroes, Terrorists, and the Police

A small police training company owned by Chicago officers, the International Tactical Training Association (ITTA), has been training units of the police of El Salvador in the use of force, according to a recent report by FIJ grantee Danielle Mackey. According to...

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