We’re all OneFamily

It’s been great supporting you in your savings journey over the years, so why don’t we keep the relationship going?

As investment companies go, we like to think we’re different (and better) – here’s why:

  • We like to make a difference locally too
    We’ve given over £3.5m to good causes in the UK in the past 5 years through the OneFamily Foundation

Investing made simple

We’ve spoken to our members about what’s important to them and what kind of savings products they want when they turn 18.

We’ve made it easy for you to save for your future with 2 simple products – a Lifetime ISA and a Stocks & Shares ISA. Each of these come with 2 different climate-friendly investment options to choose from. And we’ll explain them to you jargon-free so you really understand what you’re investing in.

What's next for your CTF?

When it comes to your CTF, you can choose to transfer some, or all, of the money in your CTF into one of our tax efficient, climate-friendly investments, making this the right choice for your pocket and our planet.

To help get you started, we've pulled together a quick guide to help you access your Child Trust Fund, which will talk you through the steps you need to take to get access to your money.

Stocks & Shares ISA

Saving for something other than a first home? Or just not sure what (or when) your goal is?

  • Climate friendly investment with a simple choice of two funds
  • Save for whatever you like and withdraw when you need it
  • Continue to add to your savings from as little as £25 per month

Read more about our Stocks & Shares ISA

Lifetime ISA

Are you thinking of buying your first home? Our Lifetime ISA could help you get there quicker.

  • Climate friendly investment with a simple choice of two funds
  • Specially designed to help you save towards your first home or for later life (aged 60+)
  • Get a 25% bonus from the government on everything you invest – that’s an extra £2.50 for every £10 you pay in

Read more about our Lifetime ISA

It's worth remembering that the value of stocks and shares can fall as well as rise. This is normal for this type of investment, but you could get back less than has been paid in.