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We are determinedly independent and strictly non-party in our approach. Our non-party approach is reflected in our cross-party Advisory Board.
Reform publishes the details of its corporate donations. Companies support Reform in two ways: by supporting our general work through our Corporate Partnership Programme, and by sponsoring individual events.
Writing in The Guardian in September 2011, George Monbiot praised Reform for its transparency:
“The only rightwing thinktank that did well was Reform, which sent me a list of its biggest corporate donors. Reform lists its other corporate sponsors in its annual review (14), and earns 4 points. If they can do it, why can’t the others?”
In June 2012 the website whofundsyou.org awarded Reform a Transparency Rating of B.
In 2015, 52 different companies supported Reform. Organisations providing more than £5,000 in sponsorship during 2015 are listed below.
Our Corporate Partners are listed below. The sponsor of each event is listed on our Events page.
|Accenture||£51,678||Arvato||£51,500||Deloitte||£45,709||BT||£39,000||KPMG||£34,436||Baxter||£31,846||Barclays||£31,000||BBC||£25,760||Alliance Medical||£25,000||Airwave||£22,914||Home Group||£20,696||Cordant Group||£18,000||O2||£17,000||ABI||£15,000||TheCityUK||£15,000||BUPA||£14,000||BVCA||£14,000||Sodexo||£13,605||UCB||£13,008||ICAEW||£12,000||Cerner||£11,979||Alzheimer’s Society||£11,373||Investment Association||£11,043||Abbvie||£10,979||PA Consulting||£10,667||A4e||£10,000||CH2M HILL||£10,000||Northgate||£10,000||PWC||£10,000||AgeUK||£9,000||Babcock||£9,000||Hewlett Packard Enterprise||£9,000||Ingeus||£9,000||Aviva||£9,000||City of London||£9,000||Cordant Group||£9,000||EY||£9,000||MSD||£9,000||Optum||£9,000||Prudential||£9,000||Sodexo||£9,000||Vodafone||£9,000||JRF||£9,000||Pfizer||£6,250|
For any further details, please contact Andrew Haldenby, Reform’s Director.