ONE JOURNALIST CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
1000 JOURNALISTS CAN RESHAPE THE FUTURE
Your contribution will provide reporting grants and professional training for Latin American journalists who are covering Covid-19 and the climate change and environmental issues that are devastating their region.
You are also supporting investigative journalists as they probe sensitive issues that affect the stability of their countries.
Here are examples of how your contribution will make an impact:
Provides books and materials fora journalist during our training program
Pays for a journalist to attend a networking session with journalists from other countries
Sends a journalist on a field visit
Provides travel funds for expert journalism instructors to conduct interactive training sessions
Pays for a journalist’s international travel to our week-long training program
Provides a journalist with a reporting grant for an investigative project
Gives a team of reporters financial support for an in-depth health or environmental project
Pays the tuition of a Latin American journalist to attend a 5-day training program in the U.S.
We thank those who have supported us over the years:
Dana Boyd Barr
Jennifer Jackson Cox
Anne Da Vigo
Phyllis Weeks-Daniel and Bob Daniel
Carlos Diaz de Leon
Susan J. Ferriss
C. Ray Hall
John Mann and Carol Landale
Mary-Rose Mueller and Bill Mueller
Alan Spector and Nancy Spector
We are grateful to our founding donor, Cheryl Clark, a journalist and long-time San Diego resident, for the generous gift that allowed InquireFirst to put into place the infrastructure necessary to get our nonprofit started.
We are also appreciative of San Diego attorney Marie M. Stockton for her advice and counsel in establishing InquireFirst as a non-profit organization in California.
We thank the husband-wife design team of Kris and Deb Lindblad for their pro bono work on our promotional materials.
A special thanks to Anthony S. Da Vigo, a California attorney who is committed to improving the lives of Latin Americans, for his significant contribution which allowed InquireFirst to launch its investigative journalism project, Bajo la Lupa.
Our thanks go to Darryl Solberg and his associate, Jordan Tessier, at the San Diego firm of Hecht Solberg Robinson Goldberg & Bagley LLP, for assisting us pro bono with our 501(c)(3) tax exemption filing with the IRS.