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. Whatever stage you are at on your Corporate Social Responsibility journey, we can build a solution tailored to your strategic goals and priorities.
Our services have helped thousands of young people and adults take control of how they manage their money and rise out of debt.
But more than 500,000 Londoners are still facing problem debt, and demand for help is so high that we regularly have to turn people away. There has never been a more crucial time to get involved in the fight against debt and poverty.
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
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.
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 either. We propose regular partnership meetings, to discuss the numbers and share mutual feedback – all while getting to know one other in person.
Boost employee and customer engagement
Whether it’s mentoring a young person from a socially excluded background as they approach employment, 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, and boost your brand loyalty in the process.
Ways to Partner with Us
Mentoring with our Money Mentors Schools programme will be an inspiring and confidence-building experience for your staff – all while helping a young person from a disadvantaged background get ready for personal budgeting and the world of work.
And with our small business mentoring scheme, your staff’s morale will be boosted by seeing the impact of their skills in building economic resilience in the community.
All donations make a real difference to our work. Click here for our donations page, or speak to us about repeated donations, grant or project funding.
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.
Mentor members of our dynamic and committed team as they lead life-changing workshops, provide one-to-one advice to those in financial crisis, and provide the operational support to keep things moving. Your staff will feel the satisfaction of seeing their own skills amplified in value.
Or they could be part of our Advisory Board and help guide Money A+E onto even bigger things.
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 Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BME) groups and disadvantaged communities.
Money A+E occupies a unique space in the industry, providing services that vulnerable and socially excluded individuals find trustworthy, accessible and effective.
The BME 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 Black, Minority, Ethnic (BME) third sector has been historically underfunded, and has faced a plethora of funding challenges.