Click here to donate!

The Utah Investigative Journalism Project abides by The Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics. You can read the code yourself here.

As a nonprofit dedicated to developing investigative journalism and training reporters on how to best develop impactful stories, we also feel it important to be transparent about who has supported the Project in its work. As donations are made the name of the donor and the date and amount of the donation will be logged here.

Stephanie Mencimer, $250 —————– May 17, 2018

Edward McDonough, $5,000 ————— April 10, 2018

Burton Jay Flynn, $100 ——————— March 29, 2018

Hansel Halverson, $100 ——————– March 7, 2018

Diana Bates, $10 ————————— March 5, 2018

Richard Markosian, $150 ——————- February 21, 2018

Amanda Peterson, $50 ——————— February 5, 2018

Cristie Peterson, $200 ——————— February 2, 2018

Brian Hart, $25 —————————- February 2, 2018

Eric Ethington, $10 ———————— February 1, 2018

Rachel Piper, $50 ————————– February 1, 2018

Taylor Anderson, $25 ———————- January 31, 2018

Jessica Spencer, $25 ———————– January 31, 2018

Jill Terry, $100 —————————- January 29, 2018

Kolbie Peterson, $20 ———————- January 28, 2018

Rhett Wilkinson, $10 ———————- January 23, 2018

The Community Foundation of Utah, $250– January 16, 2018

2017

Lodestar Capital, $1,000 —————— December 30, 2017

Stephen Trimble, $50 ——————— December 28, 2017

Richard Markosian, $100 —————— December 21, 2017

Pete Ashdown, $100 ———————- December 20, 2017

Albert Gordon, $20 ———————– December 17, 2017

Jean Hill, $500 ————————— December 17, 2017

Edward McDonough, $5,000 ————– October 2, 2017

Jill Terry, $500      ———————— July 17, 2017

Edward McDonough, $2,000 ————– May 25, 2017

Eric Ethington, $10 ———————– February 13, 2017

2016

Eric S. Peterson, $1,500 ——————- December 22, 2016

Edward McDonough, $700 —————- December 15, 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Powered by keepvid themefull earn money