About us 3. How we're funded Children England is grateful to receive grant support from a range of valued funding partners. We have core grant funding from Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, The Blagrave Trust and John Ellerman Foundation. We continue to give thanks to the Tudor Trust too, for the five years of core grant support they gave us throughout our last strategy, without which we would not have sustained our work to 2021 at all. Our 4in10 child poverty campaign network in London is wholly and jointly funded by Trust for London and City Bridge Trust. The Child’s House for Healing partnership we are part of is generously funded by the players of People’s Postcode Lottery, through their Postcode Dream Fund. Sustaining our funding relationships and seeking new funding partnerships will be absolutely vital to our progress over coming years, and we always welcome inquiries about how we're funded and could be in future. You can download our audited accounts below Children England audited accounts to March 2021 Children England audited accounts to March 2020 Children England audited accounts to March 2019 Children England audited accounts to March 2018 Children England draft audited accounts to March 2017 Children England audited accounts to March 2014 Children England audited accounts to March 2015 Our recent financial statements are on the Charity Commission's website.