Who supports us
Transparency International receives funding from a number of different sources including governments, foundations, the private sector and individuals.
We value all contributions to our work and would like to express our sincere gratitude to the following institutions, companies and generous individuals who have donated in 2015 to the Transparency International Secretariat.
It is Transparency International’s policy to list all donations over €1,000 and publicly disclose these. All donations over €1,000 to the Transparency International Secretariat can be found in our Audited Financial Reports. Below a list of donors is provided which supported the secretariat with contributions exceeding €10,000 in 2014.
- Anti-Corruption Commission of Bhutan
- Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Australia
- Department for International Development (DFID)
Transparency International receives strategic funding from DFID through a Programme Partnership Arrangement. This PPA runs from 1 April 2011 until 31 December 2016 and the PPA logical framework can be downloaded here. Other related documents can be accessed via the following links:
- PPA Annual Review covering 2011-2012
- PPA Annual Review covering 2012-2013
- PPA Annual Review covering 2013-2014
- PPA Annual Review covering 2014-2015
- Mid-term Independent Progress Review of the PPA, undertaken in summer 2012
Transparency International also receives DFID PPA funding for its Defence and Security Programme, implemented by its UK National Chapter. The logframe for this PPA can be downloaded here.
Annual reports on our previous PPA (2008-2011) can be downloaded here, here and here. You may also download our annual reports for 2013 (and annexes), 2012 (and annexes), 2011, 2010 and 2009 on the 'Anti-corruption: Delivering change' programme, funded by DFID.
- Federal Foreign Office (AA), Germany
- Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), Germany
- Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), Germany
- Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), UK
- German agency for international development cooperation (GIZ)
- Irish Aid
- Government of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania
- Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Estonia
- Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Finland
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Netherlands
- New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
- Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad)
- Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Danida)
- St. Maarten
- Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida)
- Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC)
- US Department of State (SDC)
- European Commission
- United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
- Financial Mechanism Office (FMO)
- Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
- United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
- United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
- National Endowment for Democracy (NED)
- Open Society Institute (OSI) Foundation
- Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA)
- Omidyar Network Fund, Inc.
- The Tony Elumelu Foundation
- Seattle International Foundation
- Sigrid Rausing Trust
- Stichting Adessium
- The William and Florah Hewlett Foundation
- Wellspring Advisors, LLC
- Ernst & Young
- Shell International B.V
- Siemens AG (Siemen’s Integrity Fund)
- Warburg Pincus, LLC
Other organisations and institutions
Individuals contributing €1,000 or more in 2014
Detlev Elsner, Rolf Hellenbrand, Soren Fabian Heupel, Johann Peter Jessen, Patrick Kinsch, Giovanna Longo, Gregory Thomas, Johannes Wery
Pro bono recognition
We extend our gratitude to the many individuals and organisations that provided voluntary, pro bono, and in-kind services, in particular Dow Jones Factiva and Microsoft for their generosity. We greatly value the pro bono legal assistance to Transparency International secretariat and/or Transparency International chapters facilitated by pro bono clearinghouses Advocates for International Development (A4ID), TrustLaw of the Thomson Reuters Foundation, PILnet the Global Network for Public Interest Law, Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice, and International Senior Lawyers Project; and provided by Covington and Burling, ORRICK, Gibson Dunn, Arnold & Porter, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, throughout 2014.