Our Funders & Partners
The support of wonderful trusts and foundations, companies and individuals enables us to help people across the UK to be on top of their money and live happier, more positive lives. We have very successful partnerships with a variety of companies who support our work in a variety of ways, and we are always delighted to develop new relationships. Supporters who provide us with general funding help us cover the costs of continuing to provide our charity’s services. We’d particularly like to thank:
- Charities Aid Foundation
The Money Charity recently joined CAF Resilience, an exciting new pilot programme designed to provide bespoke support to smaller UK charitable organisations.
Financial education in schools and with young people. A key part of our remit is to keep our workshops free for schools, to ensure we can reach as many young people as possible. Support from the following companies and charitable trusts enables us to deliver financial education workshops in schools and colleges across England, Northern Ireland and Wales:
- Garfield Weston Foundation
- Newcomen Collett Foundation
- NextGen and their associates
- Paristamen CIO
- Provident Financial Group
- St James’s Place Wealth Management
In addition, Vanquis Bank provides both funding and their staff’s time and expertise through our volunteer programme, delivering young people’s workshops in particular areas and through support for our Teacher Resource Packs. The following organisations support our Student Money Manual, meaning we can distribute some free copies for those in schools whose pupils come from more disadvantaged backgrounds:
- Mulberry Trust
Adult Money Workshops and other work to improve the financial skills of adults: these organisations are kindly supporting us to deliver and develop our adult workshops.
- Duff & Phelps
- Provident Financial Group
- Vanquis Bank
- Yorkshire & Clydesdale Bank – Spirit of the Community Award
Emerging Payments Association The Emerging Payments Association (EPA), established in 2008, connects the payments ecosystem, encourages innovation and drives profitable business growth for payments companies. Its goals are to strengthen and expand the payments industry to the benefit of all stakeholders. It achieves this by delivering a comprehensive programme of activities for members with help from an independent Advisory Board, which addresses key issues impacting the industry. These activities include:
The EPA has over 130 members and is growing at 30% annually. Its members come from across the payments value chain; including payments schemes, banks and issuers, merchant acquirers, PSPs, retailers, and more. These companies have come together, from across the UK and internationally, to join our association, collaborate, and speak with a unified voice. We also work with a variety of companies who support our work by paying for our consultancy services. Full details of these can be found in our annual report. We are reliant on the continued generosity of our supporters and we would like to thank each and every one on behalf of all the people they enable us to help.