Members build a just future for all
Corporate Accountability is a member-powered organization. More than 85 percent of our funding comes from people like you. And that’s what makes Corporate Accountability a fierce, politically independent, sustainable force for social change.
What inspires our members to support Corporate Accountability? These are their stories.
We are funded by some of the most progressive and visionary foundations in the U.S. and globally, including:
- Claneil Foundation
- Cornell Douglas Foundation
- Conservation, Food & Health Foundation
- Craig Newmark Philanthropies
- Johnson Family Foundation
- Park Foundation
- Progressive Multiplier Fund
- Wallace Global Fund
We are also funded by funders networks, Jewish community federations, as well as family and community foundations and trusts from coast to coast.
Corporate Accountability and our allies come together because we share a vision of the world as it should be, and we know none of us can achieve systemic change alone.
In the ecosystem of organizations creating the change we need, Corporate Accountability brings our expertise in running effective, long-term campaigns that force abusive transnational corporations to change. Never afraid to name names, we zero in on industry leaders from Nestlé to Exxon Mobil to transform the world’s largest industries and the landscape in which they can operate. The victories we secure with our allies create tangible and positive changes in people’s lives around the world. Learn more about our approach.
To build a united front powerful enough to take on the most dangerous transnational corporations in the world, we partner with a broad range of organizers, activists, public officials, community groups, national nonprofits, international NGOs, and more. And because communities that face profound corporate abuse are essential in leading the transformation of our world, we prioritize organizing with people who bear the brunt of corporate abuse: women, people of color, people in the Global South, indigenous people, youth, and low-income communities around the world.
A few of the allies that we partner with to build true democracy, create a just economy, dismantle systems of oppression, and challenge corporate power include:
- American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)
- Asian People’s Movement on Debt and Development
- Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood
- Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
- Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)
- Consumer Information Network
- Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa
- Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO)
- Daily Kos
- Democracy Initiative
- Fight for $15
- Food & Water Watch
- HEAL Food Alliance
- Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy
- Institute for the Black World 21st Century
- Michigan Welfare Rights Organization
- NextGen Climate
- Public Citizen
- Real Food Media
- Restaurant Opportunity Centers United
- Small Planet Institute
- Story of Stuff Project
- Third World Network
- Union of Concerned Scientists