Support Us

We are a registered charity and we rely on the support of individuals and organisations who share our belief that a different financial system isn’t just possible – it’s absolutely necessary.

You can support us by donating your:

  • Money – You can make an online donation here.
  • Expertise – Maybe you’re an online facilitation expert, a comms professional, or a website creator who could provide pro bono advice to support our valuable work. If you have expertise to share, please join the Lab community to get involved.
  • Space – We’re always looking for venues to host our workshops, incubation sessions, socials and meetings. If you can help, let us know.
  • Voice – Help us spread the word about the future of finance. Share our tweets and blogs, or get in touch to discuss media features.

You can reach us with all offers for support via

Partner with us

We’re keen to partner with organisations who understand the need to transform our financial system and want to support the next generation of pioneers in finance. To discuss partnering with the Lab, please get in touch.

Our sources of income

As part of our commitment to a transparent financial system, we list all of our major funders below. We are extremely grateful to each and every one of them – thank you for helping us build a better financial system.

FunderGrant AmountGrant Period
Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust275,0002021-2025
Friends Provident Foundation200,0002021-2022
Barrow Cadbury Trust100,0002020-2022
Partners for a New Economy225,0002020-2022
Tudor Trust100,0002020-2021
Paul Hamlyn Foundation20,0002020
Friends Provident Foundation100,0002020
Barrow Cadbury Trust23,5002018
Partners for a New Economy300,0002018-2020
Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust105,0002018-2020
Friends Provident Foundation180,0002017-2019
Tudor Trust150,0002017-2019
Barrow Cadbury Trust42,0002017
Barrow Cadbury Trust25,0002016-2017
Friends Provident Foundation155,0002015-2017
Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust100,0002015-2017

We also receive income from individuals and organisations through crowdfunding campaigns, participation fees and earned income. You can read our full set of accounts for 2020 here, 2019 here, 2018 here, 2017 here, 2016 here and 2015 here.