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 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 HaldenbyReform’s Director.

Reform Corporate Partners

Corporate Partners Image File February 2016 bb