We believe all schools can embed democratic and collaborative practices into their ethos and doing so leads to an environment where all children can thrive. In order to do this, we need your help - we do not get any state subsidy and rely on the generous donations of individuals along with grants from various funds.

You can support us with one off donations via Paypal or text. Alternatively you can set up a regular donation and become a friend of Phoenix Education Trust.

You can also support our work by: making a donation, affiliating your organisation with us, leaving a legacy or giving us a grant.

If you are a UK taxpayer we will be able to claim Gift Aid on any donation you provide if you complete the Gift Aid declaration.


Support us by PayPal

Click the donate button and make a one-off or regular donation to Phoenix Education Trust. You do not need a PayPal account and can also donate with just a debit or credit card.


Support us by textHow to make a donation by text

A one off donation now of £5 makes all the difference to us and doesn't tie you into anything! 

It's simple. You just type in the JustTextGiving code DEMO13 followed by the amount you want to donate to 70070 and you will receive a thank-you text from the Phoenix Education Trust.


Friends of Phoenix Education

Set up a regular monthly donation to Phoenix Education Trust to become a friend of the organisation.

Becoming a friend helps us promote the values of democratic education across the UK and will be give you access to a series of benefits.

You will get:

- To become a member of our donor community and to network with democratic education supporters across the UK.
- Regular donor updates on the work we’re doing and how your money is impacting the promotion of democratic education in the UK.
- Access to Phoenix Education events such as exhibitions, talks and conferences.
- Access to Phoenix resources on best practice for collaborative education through our dedicated staff.
- A platform to share your experiences on education through our blog and website