Our Mission

Whistleblower Aid is committed to protecting the rule of law in the United States and around the world.

Whistleblowing ≠ Leaking

Whistleblowing is not necessarily the same as leaking. Whistleblowing means reporting and exposing government law breaking. “Leaking” means disclosing classified information to someone who is not legally authorized to receive it. If classified information is leaked, the source and even the recipient may be criminally prosecuted. No one should have to risk their career or their freedom, to follow their conscience. That's why we created Whistleblower Aid.

Whistleblower Aid is not Wikileaks. No one should ever send classified information to Whistleblower Aid. Whistleblower Aid will never assist clients or prospective clients with leaking classified information.


The Whistleblower's Challenge

Whistleblowers can face a complex moral calculus.

  • Governments have a legitimate authority, even a duty, to criminalize the disclosure of certain secrets.
  • Governments sometimes abuse that legitimate authority, improperly classifying information to shield themselves from public scrutiny.
  • Everyone who has sworn an oath to protect our Constitution and laws has a duty to try to rectify lawbreaking by government agencies and officials.

We recognize and respect that, as they decide how to proceed, each person must follow his or her own conscience.

By making it easier for whistleblowers to expose wrongdoing without breaking the law or incurring criminal liability, we hope to encourage more patriots to come forward. Together, we can protect the American republic.


Global Vision

Whistleblower Aid is a startup non-profit law firm with an initial focus on clients associated with the federal government of the United States. If we are able to succeed and grow, we plan to support every type of whistleblower from around the world, including from:

  • Local law enforcement agencies and prosecutors’ offices, and U.S. local & State governments
  • Private corporations & industry, including tax evasion, labor violations, and environmental crimes
  • Witnesses to violent crimes or mass atrocities
  • Sexual violence and sexual harassment
  • Organized crime and human trafficking
  • Governments around the world

If we cannot help you today, we will do our best within our limited resources to securely connect you to lawyers or others who can help.

Please help us support whistleblowers in the United States and around the world. We are a public charity that depends on donations for everything that we do.