Reform welcomes the support and engagement of all those interested in improving public services within reasonable budgets in the UK.

Corporate support

Corporate Partnership programme

Reform’s research benefits very greatly from the involvement of leading corporate organisations. Their knowledge of their customers and markets is a tremendous resource for policy makers.

Our Corporate Partnership programme enables 30 organisations to work closely with Reform each year, attending many policy events and engaging with our research team.

“KPMG is a committed Corporate Partner of Reform. We share its mission of high performing public services and a strong economy in the UK. We value Reform’s cross-party approach and research expertise.” 
Lisa Hayley-Jones, Senior Manager, KPMG 

Event sponsorship

Corporate organisations also sponsor policy seminars and conferences on specific policy questions. Reform will be particularly active in 2015 in the pre-Election and post-Election periods.

The cost to fully sponsor an event is £10,000. Discounts apply for our corporate partners.

“I value our partnership with Reform very highly indeed. Its focus on public services over many years has enabled it to develop an excellent network, which in turn makes its events programme very strong indeed. We will continue our close partnership in 2015.” 
Jonathan Refoy, Director of European Corporate Affairs, CH2M Hill

Individual support


Partners donate a minimum of £1,000 a year to the charitable Reform Research Trust.

Some Partners choose to give at a Patron level, £5,000 or more a year, to make an extremely generous contribution to Reform’s work.

“I fully support Reform’s principles of enterprise, productivity and limited government, as well as its political independence. Reform is an important organisation and one that I am proud to support.” 
Reform patron


Associates donate a minimum of £100 a year to the charitable Reform Research Trust.

An ideal means to keep up to date and informed about the policy debate. You will receive of all of Reform’s publications and invitations to our events.

Further information

Please contact Olivia Sundberg-Diez, Corporate Partners and Fundraising Officer, on