Labour tomorrow raises, coordinates and distributes
funds for moderate centre-left organisations which are
committed to rebuilding a consensus for a Labour government
Since the early 2000s there has been an increase in the number of Conservative-leaning organisations in Britain.
Labour tomorrow aims to rebalance the political landscape by supporting organisations and individuals who are developing new policy ideas, building new activist networks, organising progressive campaigns and promoting moderate voices in digital media.
Labour Tomorrow aims to raise and share funds efficiently and effectively to make the greatest impact in rebuilding the centre-left in British politics and welcomes bids for support from organisations committed to rebuilding a consensus for a Labour government.
Who is Labour tomorrow?
Labour tomorrow is run by a small team of experienced Labour activists backed by a respected board who represent the range of mainstream of centre-left opinion. Our board members include David Blunkett and Brenda Dean.
Financial support is a necessary requirement for the work that is needed for our Party and the country: the modern, effective activist networks, political blogs, smart campaigns, policy development and debate.
We want to provide essential financial resources to crucial political activity and start the process of widening the range of people and organisations able to back Labour causes, debate and politics.
— David Blunkett