Support Us

The Story.ie and our advocacy wing Right To Know could not exist without our donors.

The more donors we have, the more we can resource the organisation and the more we can campaign to protect and expand transparency legislation and investigate FOI-sourced stories.

If you want to support us, you can donate on a yearly basis for €25, €50, €100 or €500 .

Donations go to Right To Know CLG (www.righttoknow.ie)

See your Money in action:

You can keep up to date with our work by following our campaigning work here on the blog as well as Twitter and Facebook.

To see the stories that come from FOI-sourced investigative work, go to TheStory.ie  and follow TheStory.ie’s Twitter.

Want it all in one neat package? Then sign up for our occasional newsletter where we’ll bring you the latest updates on RTK and TheStory.ie and show you the best of our work.

You can sign up here.




How we spend it:

As we believe all not-for-profits should, Right To Know publishes its expenditure. We believe our members have a right to know how their contributions are being handled.

You can view exactly where the money goes below.

This spreadsheet contains all current expenditure of Right To Know, updated on a monthly basis.

12 thoughts on “Support Us”

  1. In the interest of transparency, why not publish the names and job titles of donators, as you are looking to publish our (public servants) names, job titles and expenses.

  2. I’ve donated because I think even that small amount will do more good than the huge amount of tax that’s taken out of my wages, and wasted by people who feel they are not accountable to anyone!

  3. Sick and bloody tired of the shoulder shrugging” twarnt me what done it Guvnor” attitude,keep up the good work of calling to heel those in Service and Govt who have long forgotten their masters voice,The Taxpayer,a role from which our mainstream media have shamefully abdicated any responsibility for a long time past.Donation sent.

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