About

Accounts and funders


Transparency is fundamental to democracy. Organisations trying to influence policy should be open about where their money comes from. NEF publishes the names and amounts of everyone that gives over £5,000 and every report we write says who funded it, giving us the highest transparency ratings from Transparify and Who Funds You? The next time you see one of us on TV or hear us on the radio, you can be certain that we are not pushing a hidden agenda.

NEF is proud to be independent of political parties and special interests, giving us the ability to truly stand up for people and planet. We are only able to do so thanks to the broad cross section of individuals and organisations that support our work.

We are delighted to thank our major funders, listed below, who supported NEF in our 2018/​19 financial year. We are also very grateful to all of you, too numerous to name, who give generously each month or have donated to one of our appeals. Together we can change the rules of the economy.


Annual accounts


Funders

Adessium Foundation

£69,369

Barrow Cadbury Trust

£62,569

Big Lottery Fund Wales

£15,735

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation UK Branch

£52,145

CWU

£15,000

The Dunhill Medical Trust

£19,539

Economic and Social Research Council

£11,504

Esmée Fairbairn Foundation

£13,825

European Climate Foundation

£115,124

Friends of the Earth

£43,000

Friends Provident Foundation

£97,340

The Greater London Authority

£116,211

Ronald Higgins

£500,000

John Ellerman Foundation

£15,932

The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust

£37,877

KR Foundation

£107,523

Living Wage Foundation

£27,700

Local Trust

£11,375

Everyone at Lots Road Auctions

£20,000

The Nationwide Foundation

£95,648

Oak Foundation

£337,647

Open Society Foundations

£33,200

Partners for a New Economy

£38,179

The Pew Charitable Trusts

£80,528

People’s Health Trust

£330,106

Power to Change

£40,652

R H Southern Trust

£18,225

Robbins Family Charitable Fund

£8,000

The Tudor Trust

£21,070

Trades Union Congress

£31,000

Trust for London

£59,177

UNISON

£10,000

The Waterloo Foundation

£29,048