Who Supports Us
Transparency International Australiaâ€™s work is largely carried out by volunteers â€“ Directors, members and supporters. At present, individual and corporate membership fees provide the bulk of TI Australiaâ€™s core operating income.
In 2014/15 TI Australia received $144,960 in membership fees from Cornerstone, Corporate and Professional firms.Â In addition we received $13,375 from individual members who support our work.Â Income from organisations and individuals is used to progress the advocacy work of TI Australia in line with our Strategy and position papers which are available under the ‘Our Work’ menu item on the TIA website.Â Further information may be found in our annual reports.Â We also received $9,596 in grant funding from Transparency International Secretariat specifically for the Unmask the Corrupt Campaign. This information is updated each year upon the release of our annual report.
We value all contributions to our work and would like to express our sincere gratitude to the following institutions and companies who support the work of Transparency International Australia.
Cornerstone Corporate Partners
TI Australia Cornerstone membership – $16,500 (GST incl.) per year
TI Australia corporate membership – $8,800 (GST incl.) per year
Baker & McKenzie
Ernst & Young
John Connolly & Partners
King & Wood Mallesons
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
SUEZ Australia (formerly SITA Australia)
TI Australia membership forÂ firms – $3,300 (GST incl.) per year
Other Organisations and Institutions
Anglican Board of Mission – Australia
Australia China Business Council
Corruption Prevention Network (CPN)
Global Compact Network Australia
Justice & International Mission Unit â€“ UCA
United Nations Development Program (UNDP)
World Vision Australia
Pro Bono Recognition
We extend our gratitude to the many individuals and organisations that provide voluntary, pro bono, and in-kind services, in particular Baker & McKenzie, John Connolly & Partners, World Vision, Allens and PricewaterhouseCoopers.