How is Positive Money funded?
Positive Money is a not-for-profit company and receives income from a network of committed individual supporters, and charitable trusts and foundations.
20% our funding comes from small regular and occasional donations from our supporters. 78% comes from trusts and foundations. A final 2% comes from sales of books and other products.
Approximately 75% of our income goes on staff costs for research, campaigning and coordinating the UK and international campaign. Other costs include rent for a small (220sq ft) office, admin costs, and online services.
The trusts below have provided funding to help us get set up and established, but we depend on the support of individuals in order to keep campaigning for a banking system that works in the interests of ordinary people. If you can, please help with a small monthly donation.
We are extremely grateful for the generous support of all our funders. Our current supporting trusts, and their contributions to our work received in the 2017/18 financial year, are listed below.
ANNUAL REPORTS: For more information about our funders, finances and historic achievements over the years, please see our annual reports & accounts.
£175,007 – Monetary Financing & Green QE
£93,550 – Sovereign Money Research
£71,360 – The Potential for Money to be Created for the Common Good
£20,887 – Escaping Growth Dependency
£12,605 – European Movement for Monetary Reform
£7,000 – The Future of Cash
£2,000 – Money Matters Initiative