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It doesn't add up campaign resources
It doesn't add up campaign resources

It doesn't add up campaign resources

Help Hft to campaign for a properly funded National Living Wage by downloading and using the resources available below.

Download the #Giveme5 logo

#Giveme5 logo

Download our 'We've checked everywhere...' graphics:

We've checked everywhere...' sofa graphic

'We've checked everywhere...' piggybank graphic

We've produced a helpful Easy Read document that will tell you what the campaign is all about:

Download an Easy Read explanation of what the campaign is all about

You can use our logo to support your own local campaigning:

Download the 'It doesn't add up' logo

If you feel strongly about the issue, you may also like to write to your local MP. We have created a template letter which you are very welcome to use. This letter outlines the key issues faced by the sector and asks your MP to raise a question on this matter in the House of Commons. Simply add the name of your MP to the top of the letter and add your name to the bottom before sending.

  • How to find your MP: To find the name and address of your MP, visit: and enter your postcode. Alternatively, you can contact the House of Commons Enquiry Service on 020 7219 4272.

Download a template letter to send to your MP

You can download and print copies of our flyer to hand out or pass on to anyone you think might be supportive of the campaign:

Download a printable flyer

Lastly, please let us know: We would love to know if you have written to your MP, or are campaigning locally, so that we can keep track of how widely the word has spread. Please write to with information about what you've done to help, particularly if you've written to your MP.  We'd especially be interested to hear when you wrote to your MP, who your MP is and what response you received.

Learning Disability Voices

Hft is a founder member of Learning Disability Voices, a coalition of organisations that support individuals with learning disabilities across the UK, and who are campaigning for a properly funded National Living Wage.


Hft is a member of the VODG, an organisation that works on behalf of its members to influence and develop social care policy.