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AK & MM Hanton Trust

Alistair Berkley Charitable Trust

Arts Council England

Barham Charitable Trust

Barry Amiel & Norman Melburn Trust

Battersea & Wandsworth Trades Union Council

CB & HH Taylor 1984 Trust

Comic Relief

Commonwealth Foundation

Clun Charitable Trust

DM & J Wood Trust

European Union

Evan Cornish Foundation

Fire Brigades Union

Frederick Mulder Foundation

Funders for Fair Trade Foundation

Garden Court Chambers

Glastonbury Festival

GMB

Interpal

JL Seddon Trust

JMG Foundation

Joffe Charitable Trust

Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust

Lipman-Miliband Trust

Lush Cosmetics Ltd

Marr-Munning Trust

Network for Social Change

Nick Burdon & Denis Blockley Memorial Trust Fund

NIPSA

OneWorld

Open Gate Trust

PCS

Rosa Luxemburg Foundation

Scurrah Wainwright Charity

Serve All Trust

WF Southall Trust

Stephen Clark 1965 Charitable Trust

Thompsons Solicitors

TRAID

Twitten Charitable Trust

UIA Charitable Foundation

UNISON

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Waterloo Foundation

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