We rely on your donations

To hold our government accountable, our country needs patriotic whistleblowers. To support whistleblowers, we need you.

Whistleblower Aid is a public charity that relies entirely on donations for all operations.

We must raise $350,000 by the end of 2017. That might sound like a lot. But its not much compared to the costs of government lawbreaking and corruption.

All donations are tax deductible. Whistleblower Aid is a project of Values United, a 501(c)(3) public charity. Values United's tax ID is 26-4716045.

If there is a chance you may become a whistleblower or seek our legal services, you should not donate to us.

Goal

$350,000 Is A Big Number for An Ambitious Project

What we’re doing is not easy. And it’s not cheap — even as a not-for-profit law firm that does everything at cost.

Here’s where your donation goes:

Expenses

What your donation will provide.

Whistleblower Aid accepts tax-exempt donations as a legal project of Values United, a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation headquartered in Washington, D.C. We are seeking large grants from foundations. And eventually, with successful lawsuits, we hope to win attorneys’ fees.

But that won’t be enough.

Without a huge wave of direct donations from supporters all over the country and all over the world, we may have to close our doors by the end of 2017.


Pays for us to evaluate a single prospective client’s inquiry
Pays for a new, secure communication device for one of our clients.
Pays to equip and secure one of our lawyers.
Pays the discounted attorney fees for a single, straightforward whistleblower case including an Inspector General complaint, meetings with Congress, and pre-publication review of a client’s writings, but no litigation.
Pays the discounted attorney fees for us to litigate a First Amendment lawsuit in federal court — so a client can legally publish their allegations of government wrongdoing, without risking prison.