As an international non-profit organisation and registered charity, Forum for the Future receives generous support from a wide range of corporations, trusts and foundations and individuals to support our efforts to create systemic change for sustainability.

Why support Forum for the Future?

  • We are a leading global sustainability non-profit with more than 20 years’ experience in delivering systems change.

  • We are able to effectively leverage funding from the private sector to match any contributions, helping to multiply the effect of your donation/support

  • We work with a wide range of partners, including trusts and foundations, to deliver long-term, sustainable solutions that address key global challenges.
  • We are sustainability pioneers: we were one of the first organisations to work constructively with the business sector, and were responsible for the launch of the first ever Masters programme in sustainability. Today, with our School of System Change, we are working to equip a global community of change makers to effect positive change at scale in different sectors across different parts of the world.

  • We are experts in systems change and in using futures tools to create shared visions of a more sustainable world.

Trusts and Foundations

Charitable trusts and foundations play a critical role in helping Forum to catalyse transformational change in global systems – from food to energy, from apparel to shipping – for the benefit of people and the planet.

If you’re a trustee, have contact with a trust, or are setting one up, we would love to hear from you.

The Catalyst Fund

We are looking for generous individuals who share our vision of a sustainable future, and who recognise that sustainability is not just an environmental, social or economic challenge, but a systemic challenge for all of us

As a Catalyst Funder, you will be part of an international network of philanthropists who are playing a critical role in helping to accelerate the big shift toward a more sustainable world.

You can find out more here.

Get in touch

We’re always happy to help with any questions you may have, and we’d be delighted to hear from you.

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