What is 0.25% of my savings and investments?
This is for you to work out – we will never get any information about your savings and investments.
What counts as savings and investments?
“Savings” comprise cash and bank balances.
“Investments” are other stores of value that may or may not generate income. They include stocks and shares, bonds, funds, commodities and investment properties.
Some people also include the value of their pensions in their calculation of total savings and investments, although some do not. Most people exclude their home. It is entirely up to you how you calculate the final number.
Can I give more than 0.25%?
Yes, of course!
Will the Global Returns Project have access to my personal financial information?
The Global Returns Project will at no point have access to your personal financial information.
How often will you keep in touch?
We send out a fortnightly newsletter full of climate change insights and updates on our work, and the rare email on top of that for extra special news.
We will only communicate with you if you opt in to hearing from us, and you won’t be added to our mailing list if you do not. You can unsubscribe at any time.
What was the Climate Crisis Foundation?
The Climate Crisis Foundation as the original name for the Global Returns Project Project. The Global Returns Project is a charity registered in England and Wales, charity number 1186683.
How is the Global Returns Project funded?
The Global Returns Project's operating costs are currently funded by its Trustees and a number of charitable trusts, foundations and individual donors. This enables us to ensure that 100% of allocations to the Global Returns Fund go directly to our Portfolio Partners. If you are interested in supporting the Global Returns Project, please get in touch.
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