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New Economics Foundation

What it does
    nef aims to maximise well-being and social justice within environmental limits through innovative economic thinking and practical solutions. Our work involves pilot projects, in-depth research, campaigning, and informing policy.
Who works here
  • 55 employees and 0 volunteers.
Who it helps
  • The General Public/mankind
Sector(s) covered
  • Education/training
  • Economic/community Development/employment
Where it operates
  • Throughout England And Wales
UN SDGs:
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Financial Data ?
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus/
Deficit
Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers Filed on
30/06/2018 £3,517,793 £3,342,937 £174,856 55 0 21/12/2018
30/06/2017 £3,519,786 £3,287,839 £231,947 £2,377,084 59 0 18/01/2018
30/06/2016 £3,168,687 £3,621,589 -£452,902 £2,145,137 66 0 27/04/2017
30/06/2015 £5,329,172 £4,039,900 £1,289,272 £3,434,805 3 60 0 22/04/2016
30/06/2014 £3,556,076 £3,351,832 £204,244 £2,145,533 4 57 1 26/02/2015
30/06/2013 £3,116,287 £3,263,330 -£147,043 £1,941,289 4 52 1 23/04/2014
30/06/2012 £3,286,061 £2,772,911 £513,150 £2,088,332 6 45 0 11/03/2013
30/06/2011 £2,505,068 £2,652,117 -£147,049 £1,575,182 4 44 0 19/03/2012
30/06/2010 £2,697,231 £2,994,314 -£297,083 £1,722,231 4 49 17 22/12/2010
30/06/2009 £3,037,017 £2,673,052 £363,965 £2,019,314 6 41 15 29/04/2010
Donations received ?

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 10 grant making charities totalling £1,354,875

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£60,000
28/02/2019
Esmee Fairbairn Towards supporting economic transformation in Plymouth
£118,400
28/02/2019
Joseph Rowntree Foundation Power and accountability in the digital economy - part 2
£250,000
28/02/2019
Tudor Trust over five years towards towards a programme of work building a private renters movement for affordable housing
£130,000
31/08/2018
Friends Provident Foundation Continuation of core funding in support of NEFs mission
£61,000
31/12/2017
Barrow Cadbury To secure a cap on the costs of consumer debt, building on the introduction of a cap on payday loans
£38,000
15/06/2017
Trust for London The funding is towards make and win collective demands for better work conditions by empowering young precarious workers in London. Phase one will bring together campaigning groups and trade unions to share learning, build capacity and coordinate strategy. Phase two will deploy these new resources to campaign for regulatory and narrative change.
£29,860
31/03/2017
Power to Change Grant to New Economics Foundation
£80,000
28/02/2017
Tudor Trust over two years towards towards an action-led research project which will address barriers to community control of housing
£25,000
28/02/2017
Nesta ShareLab programme grant to New Economics Foundation Grant Ref AC00607
£59,950
28/02/2017
Joseph Rowntree Foundation Power and accountability in the digital economy
£20,100
31/01/2017
Barrow Cadbury To explore the feasibility of undertaking a campaign on unjust debt.
£83,590
31/12/2016
Nationwide Foundation To learn how to exert more public control over housing and overcome one of the key barriers to increasing the supply of community controlled affordable homes in the UK: the lack of access to affordable land.
£130,000
31/08/2016
Friends Provident Foundation Flexible funding will enable key staff to work on strategic, cross-cutting and movement-generous projects (like developing and testing media frames), and reactive media. We will secure more high-impact broadcast media appearances. Together, these will increase civil society, public and political pressure for policies that advance change to a fairer and more sustainable economic system.
£120,000
31/08/2015
Friends Provident Foundation To improve the resilience of the UK financial system, focussing particularly on the banking system, by encouraging the adoption of policy solutions to improve key determinants of system resilience such as diversity and transparency.
£10,000
03/03/2015
Tedworth Charitable Trust Towards dissemination of its new report on a public trust banking model.
£30,000
28/03/2014
Barrow Cadbury Responding to austerity: local solutions
£53,975
28/02/2014
Nationwide Foundation Pilot of the nef housing flex scheme - a model that will trial a new form of agreement between housing associations and local authorities that will allow more social rent homes to be built.
£55,000
28/02/2014
Friends Provident Foundation We will create an index of financial system resilience and compare UK performance internationally. Regulations, reforms, and innovations will be assessed against the index to judge their likely contribution to positive systems change.
Governance
Trustees (14)
Main office

New Economics Foundation
10 Salamanca Place
LONDON
SE1 7HB

Legal constitution
  • UK Charity, number: 1055254
  • First registered on 10/05/1996
Objectives

(A) TO ADVANCE EDUCATION AND UNDERTAKE RESEARCH FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC (AND TO PUBLISH THE USEFUL RESULTS OF SUCH RESEARCH), PARTICULARLY IN ECONOMICS, CITIZENSHIP AND ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCES (B) TO PROMOTE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC BY (I) THE PRESERVATION, CONSERVATION AND THE PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND THE PRUDENT USE OF RESOURCES, (II) THE RELIEF OF POVERTY AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE CONDITIONS OF LIFE IN SOCIALLY AND ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED COMMUNITIES AND (III) PURSUING SUCH OTHER RELATED CHARITABLE PURPOSES AS THE TRUSTEES MAY DETERMINE