Thank you to our supporters, who fund PIJI’s work on a sustainable future for public interest journalism.
As a limited shelf-life initiative, philanthropic support is key to accelerating our impact as we work to ensure a robust landscape for public interest journalism in Australia.
To the University of Melbourne’s Centre for Advancing Journalism, with whom we work on collaborative projects.
The Australian Communities Foundation includes contributions from sub-funds: Fairer Futures Fund, Story Street Fund, Hardline Fund, Wanless Family Fund, Williams Fund, and Ewan Ogilvy.
We also receive valuable support from the Beecher Family Foundation, the Reichstein Foundation, Rebecca Gorman & John Sevior, Karen Mahlab, Amanda Mileage, and Good Wolf.
Your support for PIJI can help build a sustainable and diverse future for public interest journalism.
PIJI is a philanthropically funded, non-profit company limited by guarantee (ABN 69 630 740 153) and registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission. PIJI was established to catalyse systemic change that ensures public interest journalism’s ongoing sustainability. Since its inception in December 2018, PIJI has gained credibility as a central, independent voice with a broad base of stakeholders and has delivered over 30 reports and projects that have informed policy, and filled critical data gaps.
Philanthropic support is fundamental to PIJI’s ability to accelerate our impact.
Please contact PIJI’s Chief Executive Anna Draffin for a confidential discussion on other ways you can support PIJI.
PIJI thanks our supporters, who fund our work on a sustainable future for public interest journalism. Philanthropic support is key to accelerating our impact as we work to ensure a robust landscape for public interest journalism in Australia.
PIJI is proud to work in partnership with the University of Melbourne’s Centre for Advancing Journalism. Both organisations are committed to using research and advocacy to help quality media to survive and prosper.