ECRE receives funding from the sources listed below. It is grateful for all funding provided, without which it would be unable to operate.
- Sigrid Rausing Trust
- Oak Foundation
- Adessium Foundation
- Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust
- Stichting Porticus
- Open Society Foundations
- Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
- EPIM (an initiative of private foundations)
UNHCR - Since 2016 ECRE has a Strategic Partnership with UNHCR covering advocacy and litigation and supporting UNHCR’s consultation of civil society
The European Union
ECRE receives funding from the following EU budget lines and agencies:
- Asylum Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF)
- Horizon 2020
- European Asylum Support Office (EASO)
ECRE also receives generous in-kind contributions and pro bono advice from companies and institutions including: DLA Piper, Mayer Brown, BPP University, Queen Mary University of London, University of Torino, University of Köln, and University of Gent.
ECRE’s members contribute to its funding through the payment of membership fees.