Daycare Trust is the national childcare campaign with a particular brief to promote the interests of parents and children from disadvantaged background.
The Family and Parenting Institute is an independent charity, working to make the case for investing in families and building the foundations for a more family friendly society.
The UK's leading charity for parents, the NCT help over a million mums and dads each year through pregnancy, birth and early days of parenthood by providing antenatal and postnatal courses, local support and reliable information to help all parents.
YWCA is the leading charity working with the most disadvantaged girls and women in England and Wales.
Phillip Blond is the Director and Founder or ResPublica, and a research fellow at NESTA. Phillip is an internationally recognised political thinker, and economic and cultural commentator and author of 'Red Tory' (2010).
Matthew Taylor is currently Chief Executive of the RSA but his previous roles included Director of IPPR, which is widely held responsible for developing the ideas behind the Child Trust Fund.
Dr. Stuart White is a University Lecturer at Oxford University with research interests in social policy; he is the author of The Civic Minimum (2003), Equality (2006) and co-editor of The Citizen's Stake (2006) which explored future options for developing inclusive savings programmes.
The Institute for Public Policy Research is Britain's leading progressive think tank. Our work is driven by a belief in the importance of fairness, democracy and sustainability.
The Association of Financial Mutuals is the trade body that represents mutual insurers, friendly societies and other financial mutuals in the UK; its 56 members manage the health, savings and protection needs of over 19 million customers.
Currently the choice of 1 in 3 parents for their child's Child Trust Fund, The Children's Mutual’s mission is to help families fulfil their children's potential.
Family Investments is the UK's favourite Child Trust Fund provider with over 1 million accounts and more than 30 years experience helping families invest in their future.
Dr Rajiv Prabhakar is a lecturer in personal finance at The Open University anda research fellow at the London School of Economics.
Julian Le Grand is the Richard Titmuss Professor of Social Policy at the London School of Economics.