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Donors

MAG is mostly funded by institutional donors, international governments, foundations and other charities, listed below.

These funds make up the bulk of MAG's funds and are a vital part of the global work we do to rid the world of the impact of the remnants of conflict. Most of our income is project-specific, whereby the funds can only be spent on predetermined projects and activities.

MAG also receives income from members of the public around the world who wish to support its vital work, through both donations and participation in fundraising events.

This income is extremely important – it is used when and where needed most. This could be in providing emergency response as soon as a conflict has ceased. It could help to continue to fund one of MAG’s vital field programmes where institutional grants are no longer available.

Public donations also enable MAG to start up new programmes in countries not yet supported by grants. All donations from the public are gratefully received.

AusAID (Australian Government Overseas Aid Program)

AusAID

Kingdom of Belgium, Federal Public Service: Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation

Kingdom of Belgium

Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)

CIDA

European Union – EuropeAid and ECHO (European Commission Directorate-General for Humanitarian Aid)

EU

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Netherlands

Sida (Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency)

Sida

UKaid (Department for International Development, UK)

UKaid

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

UNDP

Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement, US Department of State

US Department of State

Actiefonds Mijnen Ruimen

AECID (Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation)

Andrea Gotley Trust

Australian Network to Ban Landmines

The Bay Tree Charitable Trust

B E Rodmell Trust

The Caipirinha Foundation

Cecil and Hilda Lewis Charitable Trust

Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Canada (DFAIT)

The Dulverton Trust

Embassy of Japan in the Kingdom of Cambodia

Embassy of Japan in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Embassy of Japan in the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka

Embassy of Japan in Lebanon

The Fulmer Charitable Trust

German Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Good Gifts

Guernsey Overseas Aid Commission

Hind Al Adwani

Humpty Dumpty Institute

Hurvis Charitable Foundation

Imperial Tobacco Group

Irish Aid

Islamic Relief Worldwide

Isle of Man Government Overseas Aid Commission

ITO Supporting Comity

Jersey Overseas Aid Commission

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation

The Kirby Laing Foundation

Miss K M Harbinson’s Charitable Trust

Lutheran World Federation

MacTaggart Third Fund

Manx Landmine Action

Marshall Legacy Institute

UK Ministry of Defence

The Michael and Harriet Maunsell Charitable Trust

Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate (NVESD)

Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Paragon Trust

The Portrack Charitable Trust

QPSW Relief Grant

The Rhododendron Trust

The Rowan Charitable Trust

Stichting Vluchteling

The Stoller Charitable Trust

Swiss Federal Department for Foreign Affairs

Talisman Vietnam Ltd

Terra Renaissance Ltd

The Trefula Trust Fund

The TUUT Charitable Trust

Unicorn Grocery

United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)

United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS)

United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA)

US Department of State – Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration

World Vision

The Zochonis Charitable Trust

 
 

 

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MAG (Mines Advisory Group) saves and improves lives by reducing the devastating effects armed violence and remnants of conflict have on people around the world.
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Co-laureate of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize  |  Registered as a charitable company in the UK  |  Company no: 4016409  Charity no: 1083008  |  ISO 9001:2008 accredited  |  International Mine Action Standards compliant  |  Signatory of the ICRC Code of Conduct  |  Member of the Fundraising Standards Board scheme  |  Registered office: Suite 3A, South Central, 11 Peter Street, Manchester, M2 5QR, United Kingdom