Additional Resources for Investigative Reporters

Please contact each organization directly to learn about their program offerings and deadlines.

FREELANCE INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS AND EDITORS (FIRE) for grants and services such as researchers and pro-bono lawyers

THE INVESTIGATIVE FUND 

PULITZER CENTER FOR CRISIS REPORTING

MCGRAW FELLOWSHIP FOR BUSINESS JOURNALISM (for economic and business topics)

THE LOGAN NONFICTION PROGRAM  (for a residential fellowship)

SOCIETY OF ENVIRONMENTAL JOURNALISTS (SEJ)
awards grants for out-of-pocket expenses for environmental coverage, to freelance and staff reporters.
Applicants do not have to be members of SEJ to qualify.

THE INVESTIGATIVE FUND
a project of the Nation Institute, funds investigations of social significance published or aired in US media.

PULITZER CENTER ON CRISIS REPORTING
provides travel grants for international reporting projects.

ALICIA PATTERSON FOUNDATION
awards full-time fellowships to print journalists.

“Think of it. A mere $2,250 in Fund grants enabled Seymour Hersh to leverage a whiff into a colossal stink.”

Philip M. Stern

Founder of FIJ