Funders & Partners

Who Funds Us?

We are currently funded by the following donors;

  • The David and Elaine Potter Foundation – £40,000 for one year from June 2023
  • John Ellerman Foundation – £90,000 over three years from June 2021
  • The Joffe Charitable Trust – £135,000 over three years from March 2023
  • The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust – £150,000 over three years from February 2022
  • The JRSST Charitable Trust – £35,000 over one year from May 2023 to strengthen integrity in public life
  • Luminate Foundation – USD 160,000 over 2 years from January 2023
  • Open Society Foundations – USD 495,588 (£402,018) to support research and advocacy work on anti-money laundering reforms in the UK for three years from May 2022
  • Open Society Foundations (in partnership with REDRESS) – USD 50,000 (£39,188) from 30 January 2024 to 1 August 2024, for work on UK anti-corruption sanctions
  • Sub-grant via Transparency International from the Global Anti-Corruption Consortium – EUR 14,627 for work relating to professional enablers of corruption, November 2023 to March 2024
  • Sub-grant via Transparency International from the Global Anti-Corruption Consortium – EUR 22,713 for work relating to compensation for the victims of corruption, December 2023 to December 2024

Who do we Work With?

We work closely with other organisations that share our mission of ending corruption and are an active member of the UK Anti-Corruption Coalition. We believe strongly in the power of cooperation and coordination of civil society to achieve change.