Submit a well-researched but brief pitch of less than 500 words. Include a CV and a proposed budget. First, please visit to find out what kinds of stories are funded. The Economic Hardships Reporting Project tends to award grants to experienced journalists, though they are open to submissions from emerging talents. Photographers should send us low-resolution images (72 dpi) along with a pitch or a query letter attached. All images should include captions in the metadata or an attached caption document. Let the organization know if other news outlets have covered your story and how your piece will be different.

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Economic Hardship Reporting Project

The aim of the Economic Hardship Reporting Project (EHRP) is to change the national conversation around poverty and economic insecurity. The journalism they commission—from narrative features and photo essays to…
Opportunity type


Location(s) where available

United States (all)

Areas of focus

General Funding

This is a recurring opportunity