Donors

The Foundation for Financial Journalism is committed to following the highest standards of nonprofit governance. To that end, our disclosures exceed the Institute for Nonprofit News’ requirements for both member transparency and editorial independence. No donor receives anything of value in return for his or her donation. (Please read this brief primer on how and why our reporting comes first.)

All donors of $200 or more are disclosed by name and locale (when possible). Those giving $200 to $2,500 may request anonymity; anyone contributing more than $2,500 cannot. We do not name donors of sums less than $200. Our policy is to disclose the name of the person who initiated making an institutional gift. The foundation will not accept gifts that are tied to a specific project or a desired outcome.

The amounts listed below represent donations made in 2019 through Dec. 28. The figures are cumulative and continuously updated.

Boyd Family Foundation, Greenwich, Conn., $5,000

Brent Beckley, Doral, Fla., $1,000

Stacy and Tyler Burke, Dallas, Texas, $2,500

Ruairi Coy, Dublin, $500

Glenn Cunningham, New York, N.Y., $250

Egerton Capital Management (John Armitage), London, $10,000

Fund for Nonprofit News (The Miami Foundation), $20,000*

Jim Graves, Louisville, Ky., $250

Harvey, David (W.M.), Newport Beach, Calif., $1,500

Matthew T. Hinshaw, Portola Valley, Calif., $2,500

Paul Isaac, Larchmont, N.Y., $2,000

Nathaniel Leclery, Los Angeles, Calif., $250

Jonathan Logan Foundation, Oakland, Calif., $5,000*

Dr. Ranier Manthey, Bonn, $50,000

Samuel Pierson, Boston, MA., $250

Dr. Jana Robbins, Boerne, Texas, $400

Benjamin Smith, Orlando, Fla., $1,000

Jonathan Tepper, London, $200

Paul Zaykowski, Sag Harbor, N.Y., $250

* This grant is from the 2019 NewsMatch matching grant challenge. The donors to the Fund for Nonprofit News at the Miami Foundation include: Democracy Fund, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation, the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation, the Bernard and Anne Spitzer Charitable Trust, the Dirk and Natasha Ziff Family Foundation, and the Present Progressive Fund at Schwab Charitable.