Credit: James Daniel

Shared wealth

London is the most unequal region in the UK, home to more billionaires than any other city. There have been big rises in income inequality with senior staff earning many times more than the average employee. In the housing market values have rocketed. There is a large gap between rich and poor, and even amongst those with wealth there is a gulf between the rich and super-rich. There is evidence to show that inequality is bad for everyone but particularly for those on low incomes. We want a fairer London.

What we will fund

Advocacy work

(including campaigning, organising, policy work and research) on issues such as:

  • Improving the understanding of the impact of income and wealth inequality and development of solutions to reduce the gap.
  • Increasing the involvement of employees in corporate governance, leading to greater transparency on remuneration policies, including pay ratios.
  • Reducing income inequality, including a fairer distribution of wages, pension contributions and other employee benefits and rewards. This could include shareholder action.
  • Greater transparency on property and land ownership and reforms leading to fairer taxation.
  • Improving understanding of public attitudes on income and wealth inequality, leading to greater support for change.
  • Examining how inclusive growth and devolution might be used to address economic inequality.

How to apply

Please read the funding guidelines in full before filling in our funding application form. If, after reading the guidelines, you are in doubt as to whether your work fits then please telephone us so that we can discuss and answer any specific queries you may have, on 020 7606 6145.

Apply now

If you are confident your work meets our funding priorities, you need to complete our online application form

Next grant deadline:

1 Jun 2021, 1 p.m.

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