CMI is a non-profit organisation funded by public and private sources. The organisation’s total income in 2019 was 9.3 million.
CMI’s biggest funder is the Government of Finland, accounting for 47 % of total funding in 2019. Other key funders include European Union with 17% and Sweden with 14 % of total funding. Other government funding was 9% of total funding.
A broad funding base ensures that CMI can remain independent and impartial, and builds a solid grounding for the future. Corporate governance and financial monitoring at CMI is ethically sound, rigorous, and fully transparent. In the coming years, CMI expects steady growth and is working to build a broader funding base.
For more detailed information on our finances, please consult our latest Annual Report.
Most of CMI’s project funding comes from institutional sources,
Government of Belgium
Government of Finland
Government of Ireland
Government of the Netherlands
Government of Sweden
Government of Switzerland
UNDP (United Nations Development Programme)
The total amount of private funding is of vital importance for our work to ensure that we can react rapidly to emerging conflicts and work autonomously. CMI’s private fundraising strategy in Finland is based on three pillars: private individuals, corporate partnerships, and foundations.
CMI’s distinguished Premium Donors Club is a Finland-based circle of private donors who are committed to supporting CMI’s peacebuilding work by donating to us annually.
CMI’s private fundraising efforts rely on cultivating partnerships with companies that strategically support our work.
Various Finnish and international foundations are an increasingly important source of private funding for CMI. We continually and systematically seek out international foundations that could help to finance our work.
The foundations currently supporting CMI’s work:
Alfred Kordelin Foundation
Jane and Aatos Erkko foundation
Jenny and Antti Wihuri Foundation
Mo Ibrahim Foundation
Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Tre Smeder Foundation
Tiina and Antti Herlin Foundation