Donors

The Southern Investigative Reporting Foundation is committed to the highest standards of nonprofit governance: No donors have input or are aware of our stories before publication, nor do they suggest them.

Our policy is to disclose donors of $1,000 or more by name and locale. Donors of between $200 and $1,000 will be named unless they request anonymity; we do not name donors of less than $200.* In that spirit, SIRF wishes to gratefully acknowledge the support of everyone who has to date financially supported our mission to deliver long-form investigative reporting on the capital markets.

The amounts below represent 2017 donations through September 25.

Susan Antilla, Bridgeport, Ct., $200

Bank of America Community Foundation, $250

Daniel Barker, New York, N.Y., $2,500

Roddy and Laura Boyd, Wilmington, N.C., $5,000

Boyd Family Foundation, Greenwich, Ct., $32,000

Jon Carnes, Vancouver, British Columbia., $45,000

Marc Cohodes, Ross, Ca., $15,000

Janet Cordingley, Rosemere, Quebec $300

Tracy Coenen, Milwaukee, WI., $500

Rishi Dixit, San Francisco, Ca., $200

Scott Fearon, Greenbrae, Ca., $15,000

John Fuhrmann, Berkeley Heights, N.J., $1,000

Jeffrey Gardner, New York, N.Y., $500

GeoInvesting Inc., (Dan David) Skippack, Pa., $9,000

Michael Goode, Kalamazoo, MI., $4,908

Jeff Gramm, Brooklyn, N.Y., $2,000

Herb Greenberg, San Diego, Ca., $200

Michael Hartmann, Richmond, B.C., $350

Matthew Hinshaw, Portola Valley, Ca., $1,000

Peter Lattman & Isabel Gilles, New York, N.Y., $1,000

Thomas Lee, New York, N.Y., $500

LongLeaf Fund, Wilmington N.C., $3,000

Derek McDonald, Sudbury, Ontario, $200

National Christian Foundation, (Tyler Burke), Dallas, Tx., $2,500

Alexander Polsky, White Salmon, Wa., $500

Markus Rezny, $200

Rocker Family Foundation, Whippany, N.J., $2,500

Jonathan Senn, Philadelphia, Pa., $200

Rahul Seshan, New York, N.Y., $200

Vranos Family Foundation, Old Greenwich, Ct., $10,000

*Between January 1 and September 23, 2017, donors in this category gave $2,606.91

Additionally, donors who requested anonymity for gifts between $200 and $1,000 gave $7,500 through September 23, 2017