Help us deliver our vision of fair financial systems at a local and national level.

It is only through continued support that we are able to improve the supply of relevant, affordable and responsible credit and financial services for all so that we can increase the motivation, ability and confidence of individuals, particularly those on low incomes, to manage their money and make good use of financial services. 

We endeavour to help people find ways out of financial distress and improve their health and quality of life but we can’t do it without you.


The Archbishop of Canterbury's Mustard Seed Appeal was born out of his vision for a fairer, more just and equitable financial system in this country that works for all sectors of society, but particularly those who are excluded and disenfranchised from mainstream financial services.

The Appeal raises vital funds for the Just Finance Foundation. The Archbishop himself kickstarted the appeal in 2016 with the very first gift and since then churches, individual supporters, financial trusts, and companies have partnered with the Archbishop’s vision.

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Leave a gift in your will

A gift in your will to the Just Finance Foundation, after you have provided for your loved ones, means that we can continue to work for a fairer, more just and equitable financial system in this country, well into the future. Gifts in wills make a considerable contribution and help us continue our life-transforming work. A gift in your will means that your passion to see lives and communities transformed in England can continue long after you have passed away.

Corporate Giving

The Just Finance Foundation works with businesses across England who share our vision for a fair financial system that is open to all. We establish corporate partnerships that are mutually beneficial and deliver long-term, sustainable change for people suffering from financial distress. Each partnership is unique reflecting the priorities of the organisation we are collaborating with, whether that is to reach a specific demographic, region of England or tackle a targeted issue such as energy debt. To discuss partnership opportunities contact Rachel Sharpe, Director of Partnerships, on 07834 626426 or by email.