How We Spend Our Money

Total Secured Income 2016/2017: £92,716.90

£40,000 – Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust: The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust (JRCT) is a Quaker trust which seeks to transform the world by supporting people who address the root causes of conflict and injustice. See more here

£35,400 – Friends Provident Foundation: Friends Provident Foundation are a grant-making charity that focuses on exploring the role of money and financial systems as a force for social good. See more here

£10,000 – Polden-Puckham Charitable Trust: The Polden-Puckham Charitable Foundation (PPCF) is a grant giving trust with Quaker family roots in the United Kingdom. PPCT aim to contribute to the development of a just society based on a commitment to nonviolence and environmental sustainability. See more here

£5,395 – Surplus from 2015/16

£1,912 – Individual donations: We are grateful for the financial support provided by members of RE and our supporters. These will fund student participation bursaries, enabling students to take a greater role in running Rethinking Economics. Make a donation here

We are grateful for the support of all our funders, including Friends Provident Foundation, Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust and Polden Puckham Charitable Trust.

Rethinking Economics 2016/2017

Area

Total Spending

Central RE

£10,877.00

Membership

£20,260.00

Communications

£11,580.00

Campaign for Curriculum Reform

£25,700.00

Public Education

£7,310.00

Finance & Funding

£10,405.00

Staffing & Governance

£5,665.00

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