Our Sliding Scale
We use a sliding scale to widen access to our work and ensure all can benefit, regardless of their financial position.
How it Works
We have two pricing systems, one for organisations and one for individuals. The standard price tickets reflect the true cost of delivering our programmes. We offer tickets higher than this for those who are in the privileged position of being able to pay-it-forward. We also offer subsidised and bursary tickets for those who need financial support.
FOR ORGANISATIONS & SCHOOLS
High (independent fee-paying schools and organisations earning £100k+ a year – this price also widens access for those on lower income)
Medium (for non-fee paying schools, organisations earning between £20-100k a year – this price reflects the true cost of delivering our services)
Low (for schools rated ‘requires improvement’ and ‘inadequate’ by Ofsted, for organisations earning under £20k a year)
We don’t ask you to prove your income or share any financial information. Instead we trust you to be a good person, and support others by practicing honesty. You can choose from up to four ticket prices on our sliding scale, which is adapted from The Sliding Scale: A Tool For Economic Justice created by Alexis J. Cunningfolk.
▶ Abundant – for those who can pay-it-forward
▶ Standard – for those at the higher end of our sliding scale and can pay the true cost of the service
▶ Subsidised – for those in the middle of our sliding scale
▶ Bursary – for those at the bottom end of our sliding scale
Basic needs: access to food, safety, shelter/housing, privacy and transportation
Expendable income: might mean you’re able to buy a coffee from a café, go to the cinema, buy new clothes, books etc.