Take on the largest companies: Sign up to be an AGM Activist


From climate change to childhood obesity, biodiversity loss to inequality, we’re facing environmental and social challenges on a global scale.

It is so easy to feel powerless.

But the biggest companies in the world – who too often fuel these crises – rely on our savings being invested in them to function, so we should have a voice.

We believe that our money should power social progress. 

AGM – or shareholder – activism aims to take the fight for a fairer, greener, healthier society to the heart of those companies fuelling these crises.

At the annual general meetings (AGMs) of publicly listed companies, shareholders get to ask questions that matter to them.

We use this opportunity to quiz the directors, and hold the company to account on a range of vital issues, from climate change, to gender diversity, healthy food, the living wage and more.

Sign up to challenge to challenge these companies!

We couldn’t do it without you!

AGM activism is a fantastic way to hold companies accountable, and we’ve had massive campaign wins, as a result of just one question asked at an AGM!  

Please let us know which issues you want to take to the heart of companies this year, or let us know which company you want to hold account (see below for a full list of companies)

What topics would you like to ask questions about?

Is there a specific company AGM you would like to attend? 

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Climate change 

TBC - Liberty Global
TBC - Marks & Spencer



Workforce issues

TBC - Xpediator
TBC - 3i Group 
TBC - Pennon Group
TBC - Premier Foods
TBC - Cranswick
TBC - Royal Mail
TBC - B&M European Value Retail 
TBC - Redrow
TBC - Smiths Group
TBC - Go Ahead
TBC - Ferguson
TBC - Associated British Foods (ABF)


Health issues

TBC - Sainsburys
TBC - AG Barr
TBC - Marks & Spencer
TBC - Premier Foods
TBC - Associated British Foods (ABF)