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 February 8, 2021 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 

Don’t Count On the Census

The 2020 census will make a huge imprint on the nation for a decade, from determining how much federal money goes to states to divvying up congressional seats and helping city planners figure out where to build schools. But, as FIJ grantee Natasha Haverty reports for...

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A Look Back at Our Grantees’ Stories from 2019

It all starts with our grantees – the reporters and investigative journalists who commit their lives to uncovering, unraveling and documenting the stories that impact the world most. From migrant abuse at the border to the Flint, Michigan, water crisis and beyond, our...

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White Supremacist Groups Recruitment in Police Departments

For decades, anti-government and white supremacist groups have been attempting to recruit police officers – and the authorities themselves aren’t even certain about the scale of the problem, FIJ grantees Varnham O'Regan and Maddy Crowell, report for The Guardian. Hank...

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