Our finances and funding
GM Freeze is funded by donations from concerned individuals; by subscriptions from our members and supporters; and by grants from trusts and foundations.
We are delighted to announced that the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation granted GM Freeze a two-year funding award in July 2021.
This will allow us to support the food, farming and environmental sectors to better understand and make the case for effective UK regulation of agricultural GMOs.
GM Freeze is working in partnership with Beyond GM on the Safeguarding Agroecology project funded by the Farming the Future collective. A grant from the Network for Social Change is supporting our work to re-frame public debate about GM in food and farming.
Other recent grant funders include Andrew Wainwright Reform Trust, JMG Foundation, Lush Charity Pot, Patagonia Foundation, Polden-Puckham Charitable Foundation and Sheepdrove Trust.
GM Freeze is constituted as a non-profit limited company and any surplus achieved in a particular financial year is carried forward to the next to support our campaign. GM Freeze is not a registered charity because of the political nature of a small proportion of our work.
We get help in kind from various sources including time saving cleverness from Zapier
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