80:20 generates its income in 3 ways:
1. We earn approximately one-third of our income through carrying out research and facilitation for other organisations – all of this earned income goes towards supporting our projects.
2. We receive financial support directly from the public.
3. We receive project funding from a variety of organisations such as Irish Aid, Concern Worldwide, Trócaire, Aidlink, the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and others. This income is given to us to carry out specific projects.
If you are interested in supporting the work, please contact us and we will be very happy to discuss this with you.
5 ways to support our work
We hope that you think the work we do is useful and valuable and we hope that you will consider supporting it. This can be done in a number of ways.
1. Through making a direct donation, these are always fully acknowledged and accounted for.
2. You can support us by taking out a monthly direct debit – thus allowing us to benefit from the tax breaks on this and contribute directly to our work.
3. We sell original editions of paintings by Zambian artist Stary Mwaba. Details of how to purchase one of his paintings can be obtained by contacting us. To date many companies, restaurants, organisations and individuals have supported our work by buying and displaying these paintings in their offices.
4. Work with us! We work in partnership with individuals and organisations in most of our work. Whether you are interested in contacting us for bespoke human rights education project engagement, research work or to register interest in our volunteer and placements programme, contact us.
5. We produce educational books and resources. Visit our shop for resources that cover key human rights and human development issues and topics.