If you know anything about journalism, you know that investigative journalism is expensive. In an era of shrinking newsrooms and doing less with more, journalism that takes months of research is often the first thing to go.
Groups like the Investigative Fund keep that kind of reporting alive by supporting journalists and their longer investigative work. It’s ever more important in a time of media consolidation and corporate control. Without investigative journalism, we lose access to the truths that take time to unearth.
Consider making a donation today, while the Board of the Investigative Fund has agreed to match each dollar raised.