Donate Now to the Urgent Cause of Independent Journalism!!

Supporting nonprofit news organizations like WitnessLA is one important way to help to preserve our shared democracy.

The independent work we do here at WitnessLA is not beholden to advertisers, stockholders, government grants, or the demand for profit.

Yet, our independence also means that we rely on people like you to stand with us in declaring that truth matters, no one is above the law, and justice must apply equally to everyone.

Anything helps. $5, $10, $20, $50….$1000. Every dollar you send will help us hire additional talented reporters and help us expand our most essential reporting.

Your donation is, of course, tax-deductible.

Just hit any of the DONATE links and they will take you to the page for Community Partners, (our fiscal sponsor which gives our nonprofit status.

There you can select WitnessLA as the Community Partners project that should receive your donation.

You’ll find you can pay with Visa, MasterCard, American Express and PayPal.

Or if you’d like to send a check, send it to:
WitnessLA c/o Community Partners
1000 N. Alameda St. Suite 240
Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA

Make the check payable to: Community Partners FOR WitnessLA

For your records, our fiscal sponsor’s tax ID number is: 95-4302067


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PS: Through our fiscal sponsors at Community Partners, WitnessLA is a 501(C)(3) organization, which means your contribution is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

For your records, our fiscal sponsor’s tax ID number is: 95-4302067

In addition to your essential support, we are extremely grateful to the support of The California Endowment, The Fund for Investigative Journalism, The Institution for Justice and Journalism, which gave us our first grant, through a fund sponsored by the Ford Foundation,  the Center for Sustainable Journalism, and NewsMatch, a national campaign to encourate grassroots support for nonprofit news organizations. 

We are also a very proud member of The Institute of Nonprofit Journalism.