Why Donate?

For more than 12 years, InSight Crime has contributed to the global dialogue surrounding organized crime and corruption. This is a costly, complex, and at times dangerous job, but one we consider to be essential to helping improve citizen security across the Americas.

Now, we’re asking you to contribute. Your funding will help us expose corruption and combat organized crime in the Americas.


Your contribution is appreciated.

What will my donation support?

Your donation will fund:
– Our regular coverage of organized crime and corruption;
– On-the-ground fieldwork and research;
– Investigations that shine a light on organized crime and corruption;
– Conferences and public forums that bring together experts from across the region;
– Training and skill-building workshops for journalists, NGOs and skateholders.

Is my contribution tax-deductible?

Yes, InSight Crime is a tax-exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

If you would like to receive a certificate that registers your donation, please contact us at: donations@insightcrime.org

What is InSight Crime’s Employer Identification Number (EIN), also known as a Federal Tax Identification Number?

InSight Crime’s EIN is 82-3793490.

Who do I contact if I have a question or problem while making an online donation?

Please contact us by email at: donations@insightcrime.org

How can I adjust my payment information or the amount of my monthly donation?

Please contact us by email at: donations@insightcrime.org

How can I cancel my monthly donation?

If you would like to cancel, please email us at: donations@insightcrime.org

What is your refund policy?

Please visit: insightcrime.org/donations/refund-policy-for-online-payments/

Can I mail in a check instead of donating online?

Yes. Please contact us at: donations@insightcrime.org

A Message From the Directors

We have created the most complete database on organized crime in the Americas. Help us make it even better.

When you give money to InSight Crime, you are helping us tell these human stories. Corruption and organized crime are, in part, about data. They are about numbers as well. And we will always give you that nerdy edge. But we will never forget that corruption and organized crime are mostly about the human beings who are living these problems day-to-day.

Steven Dudley and Jeremy McDermott