The majority of our funding comes from grants and contracts and we are currently working in partnership with organisations including Impetus-PEF, Big Lottery, The Masonic Foundation, The Charles Hayward Foundation, The Worshipful Company of Leathersellers, BBC Children in Need, The Co-Operative Foundation, The Paul Hamlyn Foundation, The Garfield Weston Foundation, The Tudor Trust, The Dulverton Trust, The Pilgrim Trust, Leicestershire PCC and The John Lewis Foundation . This list is not exhaustive and we are grateful to each and every funder, large and small, for helping us support so many young people every year.

Since the financial crisis in 2008, and the years of austerity that followed, fundraising has become more and more difficult for the voluntary sector as a whole. TwentyTwenty has risen to this challenge by being forward looking, embracing change, innovating, and developing different forms of funding such as venture philanthropy and social investment. We love to work with funding organisations to develop innovative partnerships and effective funding models to make sure that the right money is directed to the young people who need it most.

We understand that in an increasingly competitive environment funders and investors need to achieve value for money and outsized social returns, and we are interested in developing bold challenging and imaginative projects that may be outcome based or include payment by results. We see our funders as long term partners and have a strong track record of working with them to develop new approaches, new delivery models, and the outcomes and evaluations to inform local, regional and national policy.

If you are a funder or investor that might be interested in working collaboratively with TwentyTwenty we’d love to hear from you.

To discuss further, please contact:

Aimi McCaffery

Fundraising Director

M: 07957 506507

e: [email protected]