A corporate partnership with Money A+E will bring lasting value to your business.
Together, we will build a relationship of shared value and real impact, boosting your employee engagement and brand identity while building financial resilience where it is needed most.
Our services have helped thousands of young people and adults take control of how they manage their money and rise out of debt.
There is a Cost of Living Emergency happening in our communities. Prices on essentials are rising far faster than people's incomes. Average energy bills have hit £2,500/year*, and inflation on food is at an incredible 16.5%**.
It is low-income households who are feeling this pain the hardest.
At Money A+E, our most vulnerable clients are struggling to stay afloat. More and more people need our support with ‘deficit budgets’: meaning that their income simply does not cover their household expenses.
At Money A+E, we provide money advice and education to Diverse Ethnic Communities (BAME), socially excluded groups and young people - groups hit disproportionately hard by the Cost of Living Emergency.
**12 months to Nov 2022, ONS
UN Sustainable Development Goals
A bespoke solution
to your CSR requirements
through data and in person
We've helped 1,000s find financial freedom
Staff know they are making a real difference
Demonstrate brand values
Money Mentors Schools
Money Mentors Schools empowers young people from Diverse Ethnic Communities (BAME) and disadvantaged backgrounds to become the next generation of leaders.
We teach the essential life skill of money management. Students then share their new knowledge by preparing and delivering presentations to their peers.
Money Mentors is proven by evaluation to improve the life skills, confidence and teamwork skills of the young people we support.
Our sponsorship partners are invited to support our young people through employability skills mentoring.
Your business is committed to equality. Amplify your impact with Money Mentors Schools.
Other ways to partner with us
All donations make a real difference to our work. Click here for our donations page, or speak to us about repeated donations of becoming a fundraising partner.
We offer project sponsorship in alignment with your organisation's values and priorities. Your support could provide life-changing financial resilience to young people, socially excluded groups or local communities.
Why partner with Money A+E
Boost employee and customer engagement
Whether it’s mentoring a young person from a socially excluded background, sharing professional skills to help lift more vulnerable Londoners out of debt, or rallying together to raise money – your staff will unite behind a cause that transforms lives.
The stress and upheaval wreaked by financial difficulties will affect most of us – or those we love – at some point in our lives. Show your customers your commitment to change this, especially for the most disadvantaged in our society. Boost your brand loyalty in the process.
Active relationship management
We know that your resources are precious. That’s why regular impact reporting will be a key pillar of any project with us.
As the winners of the Reporting in Social Enterprise Award at the PwC Building Public Trust Awards 2019, you can be assured that you are in safe hands when it comes to providing timely and transparent data.
And we don’t underestimate the value of face-to-face relationships. We propose regular partnership meetings, to discuss the numbers and share mutual feedback – all while getting to know one other in person.
A bespoke solution to meet your CSR commitments
No matter what stage you are at in your CSR journey, our dedicated team will work with you to make your goals a reality. From the planning stages right through to delivery and reporting, we can create a solution that’s as unique as your business.
Whatever your size or sector, your organisation, its employees and customers will be at the heart of our partnership, as we work together to end cycles of debt and poverty for thousands of disadvantaged Londoners.
Case Study: Octopus Energy
Money A+E and Octopus partnered to promote fair energy and raise funds to support those facing poverty as a result of Covid-19.
We engaged the community through various online events, and succeeded in hitting our switching and fundraising target to support the Money A+E Community Fund Coronavirus Appeal.
"It was amazing to have the opportunity to work with Money A+E. They are all very engaged and passionate about helping people, which resonates with us all here at Octopus.
They came up with so many creative ideas for the project that definitely contributed to its success. We will definitely be keeping in touch in the future!"
- Renata Noronha,
Community Ambassador, Octopus Energy
In alignment with your UN SDG Goals
30% of children are growing up in poverty, rising to 51.8% in our home borough of Newham. There has never been a more crucial time to get involved in the fight against it.
Become a driving force behind education that helps individuals to build their confidence and avoid financial difficulties.
The links between debt and poor health are well-documented. Help us to break the cycle for thousands of Londoners.
27% of Londoners live below the poverty line, and BME groups are particularly hard-hit. Let’s work together to change this.
About Money A+E
Money A+E is an award-winning social enterprise that provides money advice and educational services in a number of London boroughs, primarily to Diverse Ethnic Communities and disadvantaged groups.
Money A+E occupies a unique space in the industry, providing services that vulnerable and socially excluded individuals find trustworthy, accessible and effective.
During the cost of living crisis we have seen an increase in demand for our service, which continues to provide support with debt, benefits and emergency grants to cover household expenses.
The DEC-led third sector
Despite its crucial input, Money A+E finds its activities severely constrained because of a lack of funding.
Compared to the mainstream charity sector, the Diverse Ethnic Community (DEC*)-led third sector has been historically underfunded, and has faced a plethora of funding challenges.