As a Community Interest Company all our profits go back to help communities.

We have different packages that can be adapted to each individual campaign.

We charge per project based on your needs, but our team is with you on this journey and will often put more work in than we bill for! As a general guide we work by billing an hourly rate of £40 at the start of the project, and there is an option to have a member of our team on retainer for things like Social Media Management. 

From time to time we need to buy in some services, so if you need a website then we have people we can “bring in” to do that for you. We will charge an additional fee of 10% which goes back into our fund to help community groups who can’t afford to fund a campaign.

As a community interest company we have to make sure that our profits are going back into the community and helping grassroots groups is one of the ways we do this.  Profits are invested in our “social purpose fund” through which we then deliver on our social purpose. You can check out which projects have benefited on our website, and we will publish an annual report to highlight what we have done to give back to the community.

Ethical Policy

Organise. Act. Change. seeks to uphold the highest standards of ethical practice.

And we expect the same of the people we work with ...

  • People will be treated with dignity and respect regardless of race, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, disability and/or age.
  • At all times people’s feelings will be valued and respected. Language or humour that people find offensive will not be used, e.g. sexist or racist jokes or terminology which is derogatory to someone with a disability.
  • No one will be harassed, abused or intimidated on the ground of their race, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, disability or age. Incidents of harassment will be taken seriously.

We also pledge not to work with other organisations that contravene the equal opportunities statement above and/or that:

  • Promote alcohol, nicotine, cannabis or recreational drugs.
  • Manufacture whole or strategic parts of weapons systems and weapons platforms.
  • Actively support regimes with a poor record of human rights and/or fail to have a human rights policy in place.
  • Have a harmful effect on their employees, such as a poor health and safety practices, or companies with evidence of abusive employment practices or which discriminate or punish trade union membership.
  • Have breached environmental protection legislation or make significant contributions to carbon emissions, carbon intensive mining (e.g. tar sands, uranium) or chemicals of concern (e.g. pesticides and ozone depleting chemicals).
  • Manufacture products or ingredients that have been tested on animals (with the exception of medical trials where no viable alternative can be found).
  • Create pornographic or violent media.
  • Operate poor business practices that cause harm to society or their employees that have not already been captured under other criteria (such as predatory lending and high interest rate lenders which have demonstrated poor business practices).