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Support Us

We look for support from individuals and organisations who value the power of ideas to tackle the capital’s challenges.

Partnership opportunities


Organisations can support us by funding projects within our research programme. By helping to fund our research, our partners put themselves at the heart of London policy and play a vital role in solving the capital’s challenges. All our partners agree to work within our guidelines, so as to protect our integrity, reputation and influence as an independent research institute.

View our latest research


Centre for London’s busy events programme has a reputation for attracting influential speakers and high-level attendees. From free public events to private roundtables and large conferences, there are a number of ways for organisations to partner with us. Through our events, organisations can be at the heart of debates about London.

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As well as receiving funding from organisations, we also receive donations from generous individuals who want to support Centre for London’s work. By giving to Centre for London, you can help us develop new solutions to the big challenges that London and other cities face. Donations can be made as a one-off or recurring gift.


If you’d like to find out more about supporting our work please contact: Max Goldman, Development Manager, [email protected]

We believe that London benefits most when people with different types of experience and expertise come together to forge new solutions to the city’s problems. Supporting Centre for London’s work is an investment in London’s future – as a home, a capital city and a global centre.

Ben Rogers, Director, Centre for London

What our partners say

"Trust for London, with its mission to tackle poverty and inequality, is pleased and proud of its collaboration with the hugely influential Centre for London on the ground-breaking report on the London Minimum Wage."

Bharat Mehta | Trust for London

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How we are funded

Our work is funded by private, public and third-sector organisations, as well as by individual donors who believe in the power of ideas to change the city.