These grants contribute to our work across our two strategic focus areas: tackling the UK’s dirty money problem and helping high potential non-profits make a step change in their organisational development.


-A not-for-profit transparency watchdog which tracks civilian harms from war.
-Grant of £31,500 for organisational development.

The Anti-Tribalism Movement

-A non-profit organisation tackling tribalism and promoting fairer and more equitable societies, particularly in the UK & Somalia.
-Grant of 64,500 over 2 years to build communications and fundraising capacity.

Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies, RUSI

-Delivers analysis and actionable ideas in the fight against financial crime.
-Grant of £31,500 to engage the professions on fighting financial crime.

Centre for International Corporate Tax Accountability and Research (CICTAR)

 -A research centre that produces analysis to untangle the corporate tax web. The grant is given via Tax Justice Network.
-Grant of £31,500 for organisational development.

Global Public Investment Network

-A network working to build Global Public Investment as a political and financial reality. The grant is hosted by ITPC Global.
-Grant of £64,500 over 2 years for start-up costs.

T1 International

-A non-profit led by people with and impacted by type 1 diabetes for people with type 1 diabetes.
-Grant of £64,500 over 2 years for organisational development and sustainability.

Tax Justice UK

-A not-for-profit campaigning to ensure that everyone in the UK benefits from a sustainable, fair and effective tax system.
-Grant of £19,800 for collective planning by the UK tax justice movement.


-An NGO working with farmers in Malawi to improve their crop yields.
-Grant of £64,500 over 2 years for organisational development.

Cost of living crisis

In recognition of the increased costs organisations are facing, these grants include an additional payment of 5% in 2022 and 10% in 2023, where applicable.