Our funding

Friends of the Earth Europe gratefully acknowledges funding from:

European Union: Commission Directorate General (DG) Environment; DG Development and Cooperation - Europe Aid; Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency; the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs; European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe; European Climate Foundation; German Federal Ministry for the Environment (Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety); Isvara Foundation; James M.Goldsmith Foundation; Stichting Adessium; Mava Foundation; The Grassroots Foundation; GAIA; The Jennifer Altman Foundation; Zero Waste Europe; and EASME (European Commission – Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises.)

Thanks also to Friends of the Earth Europe national member groups, Friends of the Earth International, and the many partner organisations without whom Friends of the Earth Europe could not deliver its projects, including the European Coalition for Corporate Justice, CEE Bankwatch, ICLEI, WIP and Ecopower.

The contents of this website are the sole responsibility of Friends of the Earth Europe and cannot be regarded as reflecting the position of the funders mentioned above. The funders cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information that appears on this website

Further financial information for 2016 is available in our Annual Review. A detailed breakdown of Friends of the Earth Europe's funding for 2016 can be found here. Detailed financial information for previous years can be found here.

Friends of the Earth Europe's identification number in the Transparency Register is: 825553393-31. You can read our entry here.

Full copies of Friends of the Earth Europe's accounts are available from the Belgian National Bank at www.nbb.be
Quote company number 0443.252.089

For information about individual member group funding please visit their respective sites: https://www.foeeurope.org/network



Erasmus EU logo


The supporting institutions accept no responsibility for the correctness, accuracy or completeness of the information, or for the observance of the private rights of third parties. The views and opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the supporting institutions.