Other ways to support us
Please consider supporting us so that we can continue to research intergenerational unfairness for many years to come.
Wording for a residuary gift:
I give the residue of my estate to the Intergenerational Foundation (IF), 19 Half Moon Lane, London SE24 9JU (registered charity no: 1142 230) for its general charitable purposes. I further direct that the receipt of the trustees or other proper officer of the said charity for the time being shall be a full and sufficient discharge for the said gift.
Wording for a pecuniary/specific bequest:
I give the sum of £x (or the item specified) to the Intergenerational Foundation (IF), 19 Half Moon Lane, London, SE24 9JU (registered charity 1142 230) for its general charitable purposes. I further direct that the receipt of the trustees or other proper officer of the said charity for the time being shall be a full and sufficient discharge of the said gift.
If you would like to speak to someone about leaving a legacy to the Intergenerational Foundation (IF) please email [email protected] or write to Liz Emerson at the above address.
We undertake research with, and consultancy for, corporate and charitable organisations where we have mutual interests and objectives. These include improving intergenerational fairness in the workplace, think piece collaboration, or conducting research with, or on behalf of, partners. We are currently seeking partners interested in taxation research as well as housing and family research.
Case Study 1:
In 2021, thanks to funding from Curtis Banks, IF was able to publish our 10-year anniversary research looking at the plight of younger generations over the past decade. We are delighted to be continuing our relationship in 2022 and will be investigating savings culture.
Case Study 2:
Thanks to funding from Yorkshire Building Society IF was able to undertake research quantifying how much the average young household has to spend on essentials. All Consuming Pressures: The cost-of-living crisis facing younger generations found that the average young household was having to spend 63% of weekly income. The report received national media coverage and was cited in parliamentary reports.
Case Study 3:
We were commissioned to undertake research into how intergenerational fairness is affecting communities in “Big Local” areas identified by the Local Trust charity. The organisation has a mission to enable residents to make their communities and their areas even better places in which to live. Click here to see the essay published in book format.
Case Study 4:
We were keen to draw attention to how the housing crisis has affected communities up and down the UK from an intergenerational point of view and, by partnering with Legal & General (L&G), we were able to undertake an age segregation research project called “Generations Apart”.
The report concluded that the generations are living in increasing isolation from each other, driven in large part by the cost of housing. IF identified the Top 10 towns or cities where age segregation is most acute, and called for policies to prevent this process becoming ever more entrenched.
The report achieved substantial broadcast, print, and online media coverage, as well as interest from policy-makers.
Case Study 5:
IF provided consultancy advice to the Bank Workers Charity (BWC) in order to investigate the future financial vulnerabilities facing 500,000 frontline bank workers over the next 20 years. A research brief was produced in partnership with BWC, research was undertaken, and recommendations presented.
Please get in touch with Liz Emerson, IF co-founder, if you would like to hear more about our work or would like to book a presentation. We are currently seeking partners interested in taxation research as well as housing and family research.
You can email [email protected] or call: 07971 228823.
We look forward to hearing from you.