Who we are

Everything you need to know about who 10:10 is, what it stands for and where it came from


10:10 is staffed by a pantheon of baking, boxing, bat-watching, birdwatching, basketballing power. You can see our faces on the full 10:10 team page. A few of us work in Manchester, but mainly we're based in our offices in Camden. We all like alpacas. And cutting carbon, obviously.

If you're a journalist looking for further info, interview requests or images related to any of 10:10's campaigns, contact our media team.


We've only got one job going at the moment, but it's a good one:


We were founded in 2009 by Franny Armstrong and the team at Spanner Films following the release of climate docu-drama The Age of Stupid. We've come a long way since. Read more about our history.


10:10 is about doing practical stuff that helps solve climate change. We take a collective approach that turns individual actions at a local level into a force for bigger changes. From riding a bus to repowering a village, our projects bring people together to help build a better world. Read more about our philosophy.


We're funded by a combination of individuals, charitable trusts and foundations (inlcuding Esmée Fairbairn, Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust, Bertha Foundation, the Tudor Trust, Nesta and the Sackler Foundation), and one commercial sponsor – Good Energy – who support the Solar Schools project and gave us a box of really great mugs.


We're backed up by our brilliant board: Fraser Winterbottom (chair), Nicole Bakker, Chris Cayley, Joss Garman, Alex Jelly, Daniel Vockins, Jamie White, Martyn Williams.

Legal structure

10:10 is a not for profit company (number 6958799) limited by guarantee.

We work with a registered charity, the 10:10 Trust (number 1137030) to fulfill our mission.