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One reporter, given proper support to dig deep and keep digging, can change the world. We’ve shown that over and over again throughout the last 51 years. With grants and other support from the Fund for Investigative Journalism, investigative journalists uncover wrongdoing, expose injustice, deepen public understanding of complex issues and spark reform. We support unbiased, nonpartisan journalism that has an impact. Below are just a few recent examples of how stories we support have sparked change.

Two months after The Daily Chronicle, which covers several communities ...

The Environmental Protection Agency’s inspector general has begun to probe ...

Several years ago, with a grant from the Fund, InvestigateWest ...

Documentary filmmaker Erika Cohn, with a grant from the Fund, worked ...

Under investigation after colleagues complained about unprofessional behavior and allegations ...

Veteran reporter Seth Rosenfeld worked for two years to break ...

For six months, Rachel Cohen investigated the D.C. charter school ...

Fund for Investigative Journalism Diversity Fellow Romina Ruiz-Goiriena’s report, “Gaming ...

David Armstrong’s investigation for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution uncovered dangerously high ...