Funding

Where does the money come from? Our fundraising is conducted according to the following key principles: full transparency, independence and no editorial interference. The overview is meant to give you an idea of where our money comes from; it is not a detailed financial report.

2018 – budget €2.223.000

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2017 — €1.142.713,00

European cross-border grant programme €292.000 25,59 %
Adessium Foundation 174.544 15,27
Open Society Foundations 117.856 10,31
EIJC Dataharvest €74.940 6,56%
ECPMF partnership     7.220   0,63
Flemish government (support Dataharvest 2017)   10.000   0,88
Stichting Democratie en Media (support Dataharvest 2017)   10.000   0,88
Income Dataharvest 2017   22.720   1,99
Rudolf Augstein Stiftung (support Dataharvest 2017)     5.000   0,44
Adessium (support Dataharvest 2017)   15.000   1,31
Open Society Foundations (support Dataharvest 2017)     5.000   0,44
Investigate Europe! €211.113 18,47%
Hans Böckler-Stiftung   80.000   7,00
OSIFE   64.813   5,67
Fritt Ord Foundation     6.300   0,55
Karde-Marie Wirtz   50.000   4,38
Other income   10.000   0,88
Regional Fonds Pascal Decroos grant programme €524.181 45,87%
Flemish government 390.000 34,13
IRJ Postgraduate Course     4.521   0,40
Pascal Decroos Fund Donations   10.578   0,93
Ads Flemish media 119.082 10,42
EIC project €14.698 45,87%
Adessium   14.698   1,29
Other   €25.381 2,22%
TOTAL 1.142.713 100%

2016 — €1.004.948

European cross-border grant programme %
Adessium Foundation 173.000 17,21
Open Society Foundations 121.500 12,09
Citi Award grants   12.000   1,19
ECPMF partnership   35.000   3,48
Flemish government (support Dataharvest 2016)   10.000   1,00
Transparency International Project (T-ECO) partnership     2.100   0,21
Cronos (support Dataharvest 2016)     5.000   0,50
Mozilla (support Dataharvest 2016)     1.750   0,17
Intercontinental grant programme %
Flemish government (project financing starting from 01/12/2015 -> 31/05/2016) 140.000 13,93
Investigate Europe! %
Hans Böckler-Stiftung  (project financing starting from 01/09/2016 -> 28/02/2017) 125.000 12,44
OSIFE  (project financing starting from 01/09/2016 -> 28/02/2017)   62.598   6,23
Regional Fonds Pascal Decroos grant programme %
Flemish government 300.000 29,85
IRJ Postgraduate Course     8.000   0,80
Pascal Decroos Fund Donations     9.000   0,90
TOTAL 1.004.948 100

2015 — €931.170

European cross-border grant programme %
Adessium Foundation 235.000 25,24
Open Society Foundations 100.000 10,74
European Donations     1.310   0,14
Transparency International Project (T-ECO) partnership   22.260   2,39
Citi Award grants   12.000   1,29
Google Benelux   10.000   1,07
ECPMF partnership   30.000   3,22
Intercontinental grant programme %
Connecting Continents (Oxfam Novib) partnership 150.000 16,11
Flemish government (project financing starting from 01/12/2015 -> 31/05/2016)   28.000   3,00
Regional Fonds Pascal Decroos grant programme %
Flemish government 300.000 32,22
IRJ Postgraduate Course     8.000   0,86
Pascal Decroos Fund Donations     6.560   0,70
TOTAL 931.170 100

2014 — €531,666

European cross-border grant programme %
Adessium Foundation 189,100 35.6
Open Society Foundations (transfer from 2013) 26,696 5
European Donations 1310 0.3
Regional Fonds Pascal Decroos grant programme %
Flemish government 300,000 56.4
IRJ Postgraduate Course 8,000 1.5
Pascal Decroos Fund Donations 6,560 1.2
TOTAL 531,666 100

2013 — €454,467

In 2013 we announced a new donor: the Dutch Adessium Foundation agreed to support Journalismfund.eu’s cross-border investigative journalism programme as a premium donor for a period of three years, from October 2013 to September 2016. Here’s what our total income division for 2013 looked like.

European cross-border grant programme %
Open Society Foundations (transfer from 2012) 79,664 17.5
Adessium Foundation 49,450 10.9
Dataharvest 6,946 1.5
Others 3,028 0.7
Regional Fonds Pascal Decroos grant programme %
Flemish government 300,000 66
Donations 7,379 1.6
IRJ Postgraduate Course 8,000 1.8
TOTAL 454,467 100