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Help Us Strengthen the Movement for Equality

The Equality Trust works to improve the quality of life in the UK by reducing income inequality.


 Because more equal societies work better for everyone


Dear , 

A Strong Voice for Equality is Needed Now More Than Ever in The UK

As we head towards the EU referendum we know that, whatever the result, inequality and poverty will remain the defining issues of our time. The Panama Papers scandal highlighted that we are definitely not all in this together, with the richest now living in a gold-plated parallel universe far away from the rest of us. This damages our social and economic fabric and divides our society. We have been working hard to highlight how this inequality is scarring our nation, and to develop solutions to reduce it. 

If you want to support the growing movement for a fairer, better UK please donate now!

  • In February we released a major report, The Aspiration Tax, exposing the rank unfairness built into Universal Credit and our social security system, where recipients face a marginal tax rate around 25 percentage points higher than someone in the richest 1%. 
  • In the wake of this report we have briefed senior politicians and influenced the contours of the debates on welfare, with the far more sensible, costed and equitable policy proposal contained in our report.
  • In April we released our Wealth Tracker 2016 report which showed that the wealth of the richest 1,000 individuals in the UK (as detailed in the Sunday Times Rich List) is now greater than the poorest 40% of households. We also demonstrated what this absurd accumulation of wealth at the top of society could fix, if directed towards housing, food and fuel poverty and real living wages. 
  • With these reports our media profile has grown significantly in this period with coverage gained on the BBC, Sky News and ITV as well as in national newspapers (print and online) including the Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Daily Mirror, Daily Mail, The Times and The Independent. We are now regularly contacted by media as a credible, authoritative voice on inequality. 
  • Our affiliated local groups have also been busy across the country, particularly in screening the new documentary, The Divide, inspired by The Spirit Level book. Thanks to the great work of these groups, more and more people every day are being informed about the scale and problems associated with inequality in Britain. More and more people know that change is not just needed, but that it is also possible.

But we know that we need to do much more work in all these areas, and this is where you come in. In supporting our work, you are already part of something special – a movement that is dedicated to making the UK a fairer and better place to live, where we can all flourish and achieve our potential.

And we need your help to enable us to do more research, more influencing and more movement building.  As well as highlighting the damage of inequality, we now need to work much harder to create and communicate a vision of a more equal society. This will take more money and more resources.

If you were able to commit to a regular donation that would allow us to plan and campaign more effectively for a decent and dignified society where trust is restored and all our children have a great future.

Our supporter income already accounts for over 10% of our total income but we need to significantly increase this in the future. We have been fortunate to have enjoyed significant funding from the outset from core funders, such as the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust and the Network for Social Change, but we are now facing a more uncertain future as their grants come to an end. Our future will be far more dependent on supporter income if we are to survive and continue to campaign for the sort of society you want to see. 

If you are unable to make a regular contribution, we would gladly receive a one-off donation instead. Another way you can help is to recruit friends, colleagues or family members to join our movement

For that is the truth of it, you are part of a growing movement for a more equal and fairer country, one where you, your family and your community can live comfortably and peacefully in a society we can all be proud of. Any help you can give would be hugely appreciated.

Thank you for your support.

Yours sincerely,

Sean Baine
Chair of Trustees
The Equality Trust



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