Ways to give

How you can donate to support investigative journalism

Donations from individuals and foundations who are committed to our mission make it possible for us to help more journalists produce groundbreaking stories. The Fund is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, and donations are tax-deductible.

There are several ways to donate:

Donate online

Simply click here to make a secure donation today using a credit or debit card.

Mail a check

You can send a check to: Fund for Investigative Journalism; Old Chelsea Station, P.O. Box 1205; New York, NY 10113

Donate stock or give through estate planning

If you would like to discuss a stock donation, plan an estate donation or arrange to contribute to the Fund in your will, please contact our Executive Director, Eric Ferrero, at [email protected] or 646-342-9310.

Make a donation to the Daniel S. Greenberg Fund for the Politics of Science Investigations

Click Here to learn more and donate to our special fund honoring our past president who was a pioneer in investigative journalism that looked critically at the funding of science, political and corporate influences on science, and related issues.

The Fund for Investigative Journalism was founded more than 53 years ago, and we are committed to operating efficiently and transparently. Our financial reports for the last decade are posted online, as is information about our major funders. Every year, 80-90% of our budget is spent on program services and less than 10% is spent on fundraising. The Fund is recognized by Guidestar and the Chronicle for Philanthropy for transparency and strong fiscal management.