Help us fight fuel poverty as energy prices soar

by Fuel Poverty Action in United Kingdom


raised so far



Funding the wages of our part-time worker to help make all our work possible.

by Fuel Poverty Action in United Kingdom

You can only post a comment if you have backed this project. Support project

LSE Bankside House 16th March 2022

Donated by the staff and students from LSE Bankside House as part of our Scary Jumper Day (ran by the Green Impact Team)! Hoping to help alleviate Fuel Poverty and support new sustainable forms of energy!

Estelle Barbey 11th February 2022

Thank you for seeing this up. I'm my position there isn't much I can do so thank you for giving me a meaningful way I can help and be part of bringing change!

Cedric Knight 2nd January 2022

Need a fair, long-term solution to energy poverty like Fuel Poverty Action's, not the counterproductive opportunism that was in the news today.

Syed Ahmed 22nd November 2021

10 years of amazing work by Fuel Poverty Action trying to hold the Government to account to stop the scourge of cold homes. We all need to do more on this - more now than ever - please support FPA!

Kerby waud 24th September 2021

Thank you to Fuel Poverty Action for educating the public about affordability issues. Thank you for taking actions to promote accountability.

Margaret Hodgson 23rd September 2021

The Government should adopt a holistic approach. For too long the climate crisis has been ignored. Our dependence on fossil fuels had now left us vulnerable. With gas prices about to soar, inflation will hit all of our pockets. The poorest in society, who are already having to choose between food on the table or heating, will face further hardship.

Show your support

Payment and personal details are protected