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Key Supporters

Make Votes Matter is a campaign run on a tight budget, relying on supporter contributions, grants and in-kind donations to achieve our goal - the introduction of Proportional Representation in the House of Commons.

Our funding comes from grant-giving bodies and individual donors, giving small to large but always generous donations. The support of several key donors has been crucial to the successes of the campaign and will be vital going forward.

We would like to express our deepest thanks and gratitude to the following organisations and people for their generosity and belief in our campaign and movement.

Organisations

Andrew Wainwright Reform Trust

Funding for Social Change Ltd

Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust


Individuals

Ann Jordan (donor in kind, 2015-16)

Tamsin Jordan (donor in kind, 2015 onwards)

Jonathon Porritt (2016)

Surrinder Chera (donor in kind, 2016)

George Ferguson (donor in kind, 2016)

Marian and Mark Tucker (donors in kind, 2016 onwards)

Ian Merricks (2016, 2017)

John Cochrane (2016, 2017)

Carol Freeman (2017)

Ben Heald (2018)

Brian Eno (2018)

Peter Spring (2018)


We would also like to give a special thank you to all that have donated to our previous Crowdfunder initiatives, showing the breadth of dedicated support for Proportional Representation in the UK.

If you would like to support the campaign, whether that be through a financial contribution, an in-kind donation, volunteering or providing services, please donate here or get in touch with us at team@makevotesmatter.org.uk.


Make Votes Matter is a single-issue campaign for Proportional Representation in the House of Commons and encourages all parties, candidates and MPs to support PR. It does not endorse any party or candidates and takes no position on other political issues.

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