Who We Help
Since our inception in 2002, we have funded and assisted a huge variety of different charities and organisations addressing a wide range of issues.
We have raised over £10million for over 1500 projects.
Who we support
TFN supports innovative charitable projects whose aim is to achieve positive, transformational social change for individuals, communities and the environment over the long term.
It is our goal to address both traditional and emerging issues, which promise to have great impact on society. It’s because of this aim that the projects we support can vary greatly from one to another. It is key to us to be able to support small-scale projects that may find it difficult to get funding and is the reason why we rely so much on the work of our members in both nominating and funding projects.
The one thing that unites all our projects is the requirement for social change.
TFN supports projects addressing human rights, health, education, livelihoods, inclusion, the environment, climate change, and crime reduction & peace building.
MAITS wants to work in Rwanda to reduce infant mortality and improve life expectancies of children with developmental disabilities by teaching simple feeding techniques.
Bread & Roses
Bread & Roses uses floristry as a tool to support women from refugee backgrounds with their emotional wellbeing and to provide them with necessary employment skills.
London Village Network
London Village Network harnesses the power of volunteering to widen the network and prospects of young people from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds in London.
Corali works in special educational needs schools and uses dance as a tool to help people with a learning disability gain independence, confidence and control over their lives.
Cracked It trains and employs young offenders and those at risk of offending to repair smashed smartphones as a positive route away from crime.
Become a Member
The Funding Network is made up of individuals and businesses who want to support social change. Members of TFN can increase their understanding of the social change sector, deepen their engagement with the causes they give to, share their passion for social change, help organisations they already support and increase the impact of their donations.