Transition Town Brixton - believes this is an opportunity to rethink the way we do everything, to reconnect with our planet and our community.
New Economics Foundation - is the UK's leading think tank promoting social, economic and environmental justice, and provides much of the theoretical frameworks for complimentary currencies.
Qoin - implements, manages and supports community currencies around the world.
Brixton Energy - create cooperatively owned renewable energy projects whose financial revenues stay within the local community.
The Remakery - is a new co-operative workshop space for making things from materials that were destined for landfill.
Impact Hub Brixton - is a unique coworking space and community of entrepreneurs in central Brixton.
Lambeth Council - The Brixton Pound launched at Lambeth Town Hall in 2009 and we have since worked in partnership with the council on a number of groundbreaking initiatives.
London Mutual Credit Union - is a financial co-operative that exist for the benefits of our members who live and/or work in London Boroughs of Southwark, Lambeth, Westminster or Camden.
Positive Money - is a movement to democratise money and banking so that it works for society and not against it.
Move Your Money - is a national campaign to spread the message that we, as individuals, can help to build a better banking system through our buying power.
Brixton Blog - is an online community newspaper about everything happening in Brixton. They cover local news, music, food, events and history.
Brixton Buzz - the biggest and most comprehensive news and listings site for Brixton.
Other Local Currencies
Bristol Pound - is the UK’s first city wide local currency, and the first to have electronic accounts managed by a regulated financial institution.
Totnes Pound - the original and pioneering currency now exists in both note and pay-by-text form.
Lewes Pound - is a creative yet practical way for local people to make money work for Lewes.
Stroud Pound - is all about strengthening the local economy, building new relationships and making us think about how we spend our money.