Clapham Junction Insider (formerly known as the CJAG website) has been publishing local news for over 14 years and remains committed to providing information about the local community and engaging in public interest journalism.
Our goal is to feature a wide range of community campaigns and initiatives, local societies, charities based in the area, fundraising efforts by residents, and provide assistance to residents.
We have always been dedicated to these endeavours and have no intention of changing. In fact, we would like to expand our efforts further.
Until recently, all the stories, analyses, and reports published have been made possible with the invaluable help of many volunteers. However, it requires a significant amount of time and effort, and we are frustrated that we cannot do more. There are numerous topics we would like to cover, but we require financial resources to provide regular information.
Your help means we can spend more time researching stories, talking to contacts, sitting through meetings and writing stories. Any money given will help support community and public interest news and the expansion of our coverage in this area.
2 ways of supporting our project
Do you think what we are doing is helping the community and you want to encourage us to do more? We have set up two ways of supporting our project:
- Paypal: For one-off contributions, you can just use your bank card. However if you wish to encourage and support us regularly with a small amount, you will need a Paypal account to set up a monthly subscription.
- Patreon: this is a well-known membership platform that connects content creators with supporters. Mainly, it offers financial tools that let supporters subscribe to projects that give creators a predictable income stream as they continue to create content.
All the money goes to Habilis-Digital Ltd, the digital agency that runs this site, to pay running costs, freelance, material and services, and invest in future projects. Habilis-Digital Ltd is a company owned by Cyril Richert, editor of this site.
Can’t donate? You can still help – please spread the word by following the site on Twitter and sharing our stories with friends and neighbours.
Thank you for reading – and supporting – this website.