The Fourth Estate Alliance was formed in 2018 to encourage, support and empower independent freelance journalism, primarily through a key project to bring journalists into a virtual newsroom environment that will help them to provide high-quality news to media partners.
Even so, most independent freelancers do not enjoy regular incomes, leaving them struggling to find enough money to pay bills.
Now, we offer you the opportunity to support this ground-breaking network by subsidising freelancers in a country or region of your choice to cover a subject you choose. We accept no advertising, or anything that would interfere with our mission of supporting the work of independent freelance journalists.
If you wish to support our work, you can contribute by bank transfer, cheque or direct PayPal payment. To see the current list of approved topics and regions for sponsorship click here (opens in a new window).
Natwest Account Name: Fourth Estate Alliance Ltd
Sort Code: 56005
Account Number: 32737955
IBAN (for outside the UK): GB30NWBK56005132737955
SWIFT/BIC Code (for outside the UK): NWBKGB2L
Please include a transfer note with your name and email address plus the subject and region you wish to support. More detailed information can be sent via our contact page with an included transfer reference number for our information.
If you wish to send a cheque please make it to: Fourth Estate Alliance Ltd and post it to 30 St George’s Place, Canterbury, Kent CT1 1UT, United Kingdom.
Please include a note with your name and contact details plus the subject and region you wish to support.
By PayPal Direct Payment:
If you provided us with contact details, you will receive a receipt for your payment and links to stories funded by your contributions will be forwarded.
All news items that we support will be co-published on our own in-house websites typically 48 hours after our industry-based media partners.
If you wish to learn more about News Aid or request a new category or region to support please send us a message on our contact page.