We’re pleased to publish our Annual Report and Accounts for the year ending 31 December 2020, our first full year of operation.
The report includes a review of 2020 and the difference we’re making so far. And looks forward to our future plans for 2021 and beyond.
In a year dominated by the Covid-19 pandemic, we refreshed our strategy to reflect lessons learned since we started and the significant impact of the pandemic. Both on the organisations we support and the people we’re set up to serve. 2020 saw us:
- Support providers delivering 50% of affordable lending capacity in England
- Secure funding to deliver wider system change
- Establish our reputation to deliver high impact work and inform system change
Our core mission remains the same – to increase the financial resilience and wellbeing of people in vulnerable circumstances through improving the availability of fair and accessible financial products and services.
Sacha Romanovitch OBE, CEO of Fair4All Finance said:
‘The challenge we seek to address has got bigger and more critical. In 2020 we created a high calibre team and supported and challenged them to deliver great quality output. We sustained energy and momentum in a challenging environment, laid foundations for delivery at scale and built open and trusted relationships with key stakeholders.
‘We appreciate the additional funding commitments made to us which have allowed us to set ambitious plans for delivery in 2021. We also thank everyone who has given their time and insight so generously to help us deliver on our mission – collaboration across government, business and civil society will be critical to making a sustained difference to those who need it most.’