How we are funded

+972 Magazine is funded by a combination of reader support and grants from various foundations and individuals. Yearly audit and financial reports submitted by “972 — Advancement of Citizen Journalism” can be found here. More information and quarterly reports on donations from foreign entities can be found here. Learn how to donate here.

The main financial sources for “972 – Advancement of Citizen Journalism”:

2011
$10,000 – A travel grant from Social Justice Fund (Institute of International Education, USA).
€6,000 – A grant from Heinrich Böll Stiftung Israel.

2012
€12,000 – A grant from Heinrich Böll Stiftung Israel.
$10,000 – A grant from the Moriah Fund (USA-Israel).
$60,000 – A grant from the Social Justice Fund (USA)
$3,120 – A grant from the Hekdesh philanthropy collective (USA)
$4,000 – A travel grant from Social Justice Fund (Institute of International Education, USA).

2013
$25,000 – *Readers’ support
€10,000 – A grant from Heinrich Böll Stiftung Israel.
$20,000 – A grant from the Moriah Fund (USA-Israel).
$30,000 – A grant from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund (USA)
$2,500 – Advertising
$2,000 – A travel grant from Social Justice Fund (Institute of International Education, USA).

2014
$74,000 – *Reader support
$66,000 – Support for “Local Call” project from Just Vision (USA)
€10,000 – A grant from Heinrich Böll Stiftung Israel.
$20,000 – A grant from the Moriah Fund (USA-Israel).
$50,000 – A grant from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund (USA)
$3,500 – advertising
€2,500 – A grant from SIVMO (NL)

2015
$73,000 – Support for “Local Call” project from Just Vision (USA)
$50,000 – A grant from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund (USA)
$25,000 – A grant from the Moriah Fund (USA-Israel).
$25,000 – A grant from the Foundation for Middle East Peace (USA)
$15,600 – A grant from Heinrich Böll Stiftung Israel

2016
$75,000 – *Reader support
$75,000 – Support for “Local Call” project from Just Vision (USA)
$60,000 – A grant from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund (USA)
$25,000 – A grant from the Foundation for Middle East Peace (USA)
$12,600 – A grant from Heinrich Böll Stiftung Israel.
$10,000 – A grant from the Sparkplug Foundation (USA)
$1,800 – Advertising
$800 – A grant from Two Flags One Future (Israel)

2017
$184,000 – *Reader support
$94,000 – Support for “Local Call” project from Just Vision (USA)
$60,000 – A grant from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund (USA)
$27,000 – A grant from the Foundation for Middle East Peace (USA)
$11,000 – A grant from Heinrich Böll Stiftung Israel.
$7,000 – Dror Award for social change
$2,900 – A grant from Two Flags One Future (Israel)
$2,300 – A grant from SIVMO
$2,500 – Advertising
$1,700 – A grant from Dorot

2018
$201,400 – Reader support
$135,600 – from Just Vision toward supporting staffing and operations of Local Call
$83,300 – A grant from Open Society Foundation to Local Call**
$70,000 – A grant from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund (USA) to +972 Magazine
$20,000 – A grant from the Foundation for Middle East Peace (USA)
$11,500 – A grant from Heinrich Böll Stiftung Israel for Local Call.
$11,500 – A grant from Rosa Luxemburg Foundation for +972 Magazine
$2,800 – A grant from the Palestine Solidarity groups (Sweden)
$1,900 – A grant from Two Flags One Future (Israel)
$930 – Advertising

2019 (Figures will be updated throughout the year)
$ 8,800 – Reader support (as of January)
$127,000 – from Just Vision toward supporting staffing and operations of Local Call
$16,600 – A grant from Open Society Foundations to Local Call**
$70,000 – A grant from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund to +972 Magazine (USA)
$20,000 – A grant from the Foundation for Middle East Peace (USA)
$11,700 – A grant from Heinrich Böll Stiftung Israel for Local Call.
$28,500 – A grant from Rosa Luxemburg Foundation for +972 Magazine

*Reader support includes donor-advised (DA) donations to +972 Magazine made through the New Israel Fund, and small grants.

** Local Call is supported in part by a grant from the Foundation Open Society Institute in cooperation with the Program on Independent Journalism of the Open Society Foundations. 972-ACJ and Just Vision are co-grantees for the project.