The Global Investigative Journalism Network is a nonprofit organization registered in the U.S. state of Maryland. Most of its budget comes from foundation support in the form of grants and, to a lesser extent, from individual donations, in-kind contributions, conference fees, and speaking and consulting fees. Contributions for U.S. taxpayers can be 100% tax deductible. To contribute, please go to this link.
GIJN is grateful for generous core support from funders such as the Bay and Paul Foundations, the Ford Foundation, Humanity United, the Reva & David Logan Foundation, Craig Newmark Philanthropies, Fondation Nicolas Puech, the Oak Foundation, and the Open Society Foundations.
We also give thanks for project-specific funding from the Consortium for Human Rights and Media in Africa project (CHARM) through our partner Fojo: Media Institute, the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime (GITOC), the William + Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, Porticus Asia Ltd, and the King Baudouin Foundation.
In addition, GIJN appreciates the donations we receive from individuals. Contributions for U.S. taxpayers can be 100% tax deductible. To contribute, please click here.
In-kind contributions have come from the LexisNexis Rule of Law Foundation, for providing low-cost access to its news and information services to GIJN and its member organizations; and the Knight Chair in Investigative Reporting in the Journalism Department at the University of Illinois on the Urbana-Champaign campus.
Support for our biannual Global Investigative Journalism Conferences has generously been provided by more than 75 GIJN member organizations and partners:
Thanks to generous sponsors, GIJN also has organized several Asian Investigative Journalism Conferences (“Uncovering Asia”):