- Financial Assistance, The Journalists’ Charity
Support for UK journalists and those who have worked for a UK organisation for at least 2 continuous years out of the last 5 years or for 7 years in total (if not current).
- Financial Support, The Printing Charity
Offering practical, emotional and financial support to those who have worked in the print sector for at least three years.
- Self-employment Income Support Scheme, UK Government
The Self-employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) will support self-employed individuals (including members of partnerships) whose income has been negatively impacted by COVID-19.
Rest of world & worldwide.
- Emergency Grants for Women Journalists in Distress, Internews Iraq
These emergency grants are designed to assist women journalists in Iraq in the event of an emergency or crisis.
- Journalism Relief Fund, The International Women’s Media Foundation
Open to woman-identifying journalists in need due to COVID-19 – especially freelancers with no safety net. This fund will provide small grants of up to $2000 USD each.
- Coronavirus Rolling Grant, Fund for Investigative Journalism
Provides immediate emergency grants to U.S.-based freelance investigative journalists working on stories on the coronavirus that break new ground and expose wrongdoing in the public or private sector.
- COVID-19 Emergency Fund for Journalists, National Geographic
Emergency fund for journalists all over the world who wish to cover COVID-19 within their own communities.
- Writers’ Emergency Fund, PEN America
Grants of $500 to $1,000 to US-based journalists, authors and other professional writers who can demonstrate an inability to meet an acute financial need, especially one resulting from the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.
- Emergency Relief Fund, Economic Hardship Reporting Project
Emergency hardship grants of between $500-$1500 for professional journalists based in the United States.
- United States Journalism Emergency Fund, The International Women’s Media Foundation
Supports U.S. journalists in need so they can resume work essential to functioning democracy in the US.
- Grant & Bursary listings, The Journalists’ Charity
Opportunities & other funding.
- Criminal Justice Reporting Grant, The Wits Justice Project
Journalists can submit proposals for reporting grants of up to R25 000 for in-depth investigations focused on criminal justice and related issues.