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Financials

We depend on you to fund the global movement for tribal peoples’ rights. Unlike many charities, we refuse national government funding and do not take money from corporations that could be violating tribal peoples’ rights. Why?

Because relying on your generosity gives us complete independence. It preserves our integrity, ensuring we never adjust our message or work to suit donors.

Survival is politically and financially independent of all government, political, religious or corporation involvement.

Where our money comes from

The vast majority of Survival’s funding comes from small, individual donors in over 80 countries.

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A: Supporter donations & foundations (77%)

B: Fundraising & sales from our shop (10%)

C: Legacies (10%)

D: Investments (3%)

Where your money goes

For every £1 we receive, we spend over 90p on our activities to benefit tribal peoples.
For every £1 we receive, we spend over 90p on our activities to benefit tribal peoples.
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Survival’s work is dedicated to changing public opinion – the only effective force which can bring permanent change. These tribes do not need clothes or money; they need voices to speak up alongside theirs, their land rights upheld, and their human rights respected.

We use your money to work in partnership with tribal peoples, investigate atrocities and present evidence to the UN and other international forums, and fund medical and self-help projects.

Your donations allow us to lobby those in power and ensure the issue remains in the media spotlight to shame the multinational corporations and organizations profiting from the theft of tribal land.

Annual report

Our accounts are audited to the highest standards and a summary is published in our annual report.

Survival’s annual reports are available for download:

2015 annual report 2015 annual report


2014 annual report 2014 annual report