Grant maker

Trust For London
Who they support

People or organisations based in London

Grant criteria

We fund work which tackles poverty and inequality in the capital. We support work providing greater insights into the root causes of London’s social problems and how they can be overcome; activities which help people improve their lives; and work empowering Londoners to influence and change policy, practice and public attitudes. We have seven funding programmes for 2018-2022, details of which can be found in our funding guidelines.

Grant details

Typically £50-150,000 to well established charities

Application procedure

Online application process, three closing dates annually.

Grants made

Over the last five years they've made 267 significant donations totalling £21,447,203

When Amount Grantee To be used for
10/10/2019 £150,000 Barrow Cadbury Trust The funding is for the general costs of the Fair By Design Campaign, contributing to its salaries and other campaign costs.
10/10/2019 £93,000 Citizens Advice Havering The funding is for continuation of its specialist employment rights advice that supports workers rights, tackles discrimination and, where relevant, preparation for tribunals. Advice staff will also mentor volunteers to build capacity and ensure future service provision.
10/10/2019 £100,000 Institute for the Future of Work The funding is for the further development and application of IFOW’s social policy innovation model, the delivery of policy projects and pilots, and the dissemination of resulting solutions and learnings to make work better and fairer in the retail and transport sectors in London.
10/10/2019 £87,000 Working Well Trust The funding is for a review of the issues preventing career progression for people with mental health and to establish employer models of good practice covering employer engagement, organisational change and client support.
10/10/2019 £32,000 Police Foundation The funding is for research to explore the vulnerability to criminal victimisation of moped-based food delivery drivers in the gig economy in London. The project will look at drivers' experience of criminal victimisation and explore ways to reduce their vulnerability to it.
10/10/2019 £37,200 Community Language Support Services The funding is for a salary of a part time advice worker, who will provide advice and support on social welfare to refugees from Arabic speaking countries to access mainstream services, workshops, group activities and home visits to assist people with disabilities, housebound and the elderly.
10/10/2019 £138,000 Kingston Carers' Network The funding is for the cost of a specialist benefit adviser who will provide comprehensive advice and advocacy to carers and those they care for. The adviser will identify benefit entitlements and help carers/families access these by completing applications and by providing advice and representation throughout the appeal process.
10/10/2019 £67,437 Release Legal Emergency and Drugs Services The funding is for a new enhanced specialist social security legal advice service for people who have a history of drug and/or alcohol dependency, providing casework and representation at the First-tier and Upper Tribunal.
10/10/2019 £97,000 South West London Law Centres The funding is for the continuation of specialist employment advice, casework and representation through a mixture of free and fee paying services. The service will work alongside and supplement the Centre's extensive pro bono clinic service.
10/10/2019 £40,000 Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Association The funding is for bilingual benefit, housing, and other general advice work mainly with Bengali, Sylheti, Urdu and Hindi speakers. FNA is the only accredited bilingual advice service with all these languages in central London.
10/10/2019 £48,150 Harrow Association of Somali Voluntary Organisations The funding is for a two days a week advice and advocacy project for Somali and Arabic speakers from across Northwest London. Clients will be supported with crisis assistance, debt, welfare benefits , help into employment, housing advocacy, help with health and training to reduce the cycle of crisis.
10/10/2019 £150,000 Public Law Project The funding is for legal work, both practical and academic, to assist the London sector to take a strategic approach to immigration and welfare rights issues arising in the post Brexit context. It will explore the evolving role of technology in the delivery of justice in these areas.
10/10/2019 £40,000 Horn of Africa Disability and Elderly Association The funding is for continued employment of HADEA's Welfare Rights Advice and Support Worker and the continuation of the drop-in advice service in partnership with Ealing Law Centre and Ealing Centre for Independent Living.
02/10/2019 £58,000 Active Horizons The funding is for work to strengthen the voice and engagement of particularly BME young people living in Bexley through leadership and advocacy sessions.
02/10/2019 £50,000 EdAid Foundation The funding is for the staff and other delivery costs of a pilot offering low-cost loans to families applying for UK Citizenship for their children. It is anticipated that 2/3rds of the families to benefit from the pilot programme will be from London.
02/10/2019 £105,000 ATD Fourth World The funding is for the Giving Poverty A Voice programme which aims to change local systems, structures and policy by promoting and supporting stronger participatory work to address poverty at an institutional level.
02/10/2019 £110,000 Centre 70 The funding is for a new part-time specialist, housing caseworker; training for volunteer advisors and students to increase service capacity; and training for other advice providers in relation to housing. The focus will be on people in housing need particularly in the Private Rented Sector.
02/10/2019 £150,000 Detention Action The funding is for an integrated advocacy programme aimed at achieving a statutory prohibition on indefinite immigration detention in London and nationally; contributing to the establishment of community-based Alternatives to Detention (ATDs), and supporting the development of the London-based Freed Voices network (FV) to lead the campaign for reform.
02/10/2019 £130,000 Doctors of the World UK The funding is for a programme of work which empowers and mobilises NHS professionals, people with lived experience and strategic health bodies to tackle the health inequalities faced by Londoners with insecure immigration status.
02/10/2019 £33,000 Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) The funding is for a new project to explore how to redesign the UK's immigration system to encourage better work and more responsible employment practices. The project will set out an ambitious approach to joining up immigration and skills policy within a new post-Brexit system.
02/10/2019 £80,000 We Belong This funding is for the creation of a new post, Youth Parliamentary Officer. This young person will ideally have lived experience of migration and in recognition of their development needs, funding will also be used for a consultant who will be a mentor with experience in policy and public affairs.
02/10/2019 £88,000 Harrow Law Centre The funding is for a part time (three days per week) immigration solicitor. It is a request for continued funding. The worker will give one to one advice on aspects of immigration law, will represent at tribunals where required and initiate judicial review proceedings.
02/10/2019 £150,000 Central England Law Centre The funding is towards two part-time supervising solicitors for Kids in Need of Defense UK, a pro-bono programme supporting thousands of undocumented children achieve settled status. It's a collaboration between not for-profits and law firms to train and supervise commercial lawyers, who in turn provide representation in children's immigration cases.
02/10/2019 £60,000 The Centre for Investigative Journalism The funding is for a community journalism programme in London consisting of training in investigative skills and support for collaborative investigative research projects to produce evidence-based strategic communications and public-interest journalism aimed at addressing poverty and social inequality.
02/10/2019 £60,000 Interlink Foundation The funding is for a project to strengthen the voice of Orthodox Jewish community groups. Funds will pay for staff and consultancy to; organise social activists within & beyond their community, provide training and advice to help groups frame their issues and communicate with the public and policy makers.
02/10/2019 £147,000 Global Action Plan The funding is for in-depth campaigning support to residents living in three boroughs located outside the 2021 boundaries for the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in partnership with citizen-led groups, and for London’s Air Quality Action Network, which empowers polluted neighbourhoods to raise their voices in shaping policy.
09/07/2019 £60,000 Action West London This funding is for a part time Job broker and associated delivery costs for a project to support young black men progress into higher level jobs. It will recruit young black men and engage with employers, to promote progression opportunities as part of Brent MOU Collective Impact Action Plan
13/06/2019 £138,000 Latin American Women’s Rights Services (LAWRS) The funding is for the continuation and improvement of its programme of prevention, advice and evidence-based advocacy work, which seeks to achieve enhanced working conditions, employment rights and enforcement for low paid migrant women workers through specialist support, and the engagement of women with lived experiences in evidence-based advocacy work.
13/06/2019 £108,000 Breaking Barriers The funding is for Breaking Barrier’s new Aspire programme which supports refugees in London who are underemployed, experiencing in-work poverty and/or who want to develop to progress into roles which are better paid, offer longer-term career prospects, are more aligned with their aspirations and/or make better use of their skills.
13/06/2019 £86,000 Shpresa Programme The funding is for holistic services to enable members of the Albanian-speaking community who are in exploitative or precarious employment to move into better work. Services will include: one-to-one support; information about employment rights; over-coming barriers to employment (e.g. flexible childcare); and engaging/working with employers.
13/06/2019 £53,300 Elays Network Ltd The funding is for its advice and advocacy programme, which aims to ensure that disadvantaged members of its local community are able to access information and support on social welfare issues through 1-2-1 guidance in drop-in sessions and monthly presentations and workshops by professionals and advocates.
13/06/2019 £40,000 Dawn (Diwa Asian Women's Network) The funding is for continuing DAWN's multilingual counselling service and social wellbeing programmes for the benefit of the BAME community, especially focused on addressing inequality, poverty and social exclusion of the socially isolated, multi-disadvantaged BAME women living in economically deprived areas and to improve their life-chances and quality of life.
13/06/2019 £84,000 LawWorks (Solicitors Pro Bono Group) The funding is for the expansion of a pilot project which helps clients in insecure work claim unpaid wages from their employers at the Employment Tribunal. Law Centres and legal clinics refer cases to a LawWorks specialist employment solicitor who trains and supports volunteer lawyers to advise and represent clients.
13/06/2019 £38,320 Middle Eastern Women and Society Organisation The funding is for the salary of two part-time Advisors in Westminster and Islington to give welfare advice, in community languages, on issues such as benefits and housing in community languages. The funding will enable it to expand the current advice service in order to meet the demand.
13/06/2019 £45,000 Doteveryone The funding is for advocacy to improve access for gig-economy workers to skills and employment support, making progression into better work more achievable in the context of increased automation. It will research workers’ needs and influence changes to practices of agencies involved in skills and employment provision.
13/06/2019 £132,000 Mary Ward Legal Centre The funding is for a full-time, specialist Welfare Benefits Caseworker for three years to provide specialist advice and representation on social security appeals to the First-tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal. They will also help build capacity of other voluntary sector organisations through the provision of welfare benefits training and support.
13/06/2019 £150,000 Children's Society The funding is for a London pilot of the “Coordinated Crisis Support” programme to: Address gaps in emergency support provision through better networking. Prevent financial crisis recurrence by addressing underlying difficulties.
13/06/2019 £85,000 Attend The funding is to help Acquired Brain Injured (ABI) survivors and their employers understand the barriers to progression in employment for this group of low paid disabled workers. It will develop and provide training to both groups, raising awareness and changing employment practices. ABI survivors will also receive motivational coaching.
13/06/2019 £124,000 House of St Barnabas - in - Soho The funding is to pay for the costs of a new Progression Support worker over the next three years, to support a minimum of 36 homeless people with their progression within work into better paid, more secure employment.
13/06/2019 £80,000 Stifford Community Centre The funding is to run a training programme to help low paid workers improve their job prospects, increase their pay and help employers to understand their employee needs more effectively.
05/06/2019 £78,000 IMiX The funding is for media training and support for grassroots organisations to enable better understanding of messaging and communications around migration issues. The fund will enable IMiX to train people with lived experience of migration to have the confidence to speak to the media and advocate on their own behalf.
05/06/2019 £67,000 Wanstead and Woodford Migrant Support The funding is for specialist immigration advice and representation. It will help vulnerable clients with their initial applications and take their cases to first-tier appeals if necessary. WWMS is accredited to deal with judicial review work, but would normally seek to refer clients on in such cases.
05/06/2019 £160,000 Solace Women’s Aid The funding is for the salary and on-costs of Solace's qualified immigration solicitor. It will enable Solace to continue and expand its successful Immigration Legal Advice Service, funded by the Trust since 2015, and deliver OISC-accredited training, ultimately supporting women who have experienced domestic abuse to secure their immigration status.
05/06/2019 £81,000 Winchester Project - Camden The funding is to scale-up a place-based, resident-led systems change programme on three estates in North Camden. Investment will support NCZ to back residents in leading change in their neighbourhoods, convene partners to support resident goals and to disseminate learning around strengthening residents’ collective voice and agency.
05/06/2019 £60,000 Cardinal Hume Centre The funding is for the delivery of free legal advice and representation up to OISC Level 3 for vulnerable migrant families, children and adults and to gather evidence and build a network and referral process to increase the supply of free legal advice service within London.
05/06/2019 £87,000 Paddington Development Trust The funding is for salary and project costs to employ a community development worker to support two existing resident-led neighbourhood forums operating in highly socially deprived wards in Westminster. The forums wish to ensure that their neighbours are supported to be heard during the regeneration of their neighbourhoods.
05/06/2019 £110,000 Ealing Community and Voluntary Service The funding is for a development and campaigns officer to increase the capacity of voluntary sector organisations working with disadvantaged residents (low income, older people, younger people) or Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) residents in Ealing and Hounslow and to strengthen their ability to campaign for better housing.
05/06/2019 £85,000 High Trees Community Development Trust The funding is for the salaries of Community Action Manager and Community Organiser and expenditure to work with residents across Tulse Hill to improve the living environment of social housing and other residents. Funding will also help develop a Community Action quality assurance/good practice framework for engagement of residents.
05/06/2019 £62,800 Hibiscus Initiatives The funding is for new policy work regarding safety, support and integration of foreign national, female victims of trafficking, drawing primarily from the caseload from Hibiscus' Women's Centre, highlighting the practical implications of the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) reform and the new victim care contract.
05/06/2019 £128,000 UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group The funding is for the salary of a legal officer and the Executive Director. The legal officer will give specialist advice to LGBTQI+ asylum seekers, help build capacity of lawyers and input into policy work. The Executive Director will manage the project and lead on policy and advocacy work.
05/06/2019 £30,000 Community Action on Dementia - Brent The funding is for the salary and running costs of it's Voice Project Worker. The Worker will help people living with dementia to co-design and co-deliver support services and also help remove societal barriers that prevent their full and active participation in community life.
05/06/2019 £150,000 British Future The funding is for activities that promote integration and put in place an immigration system that works for the economy, is fair to migrants and receiving communities and has greater public support.
05/06/2019 £100,000 Sheila McKechnie Foundation The funding is to increase civil society’s understanding, appetite and capability to involve people with lived experience in social change in London. It will particularly explore what involvement could and should mean, including sharing power, amplifying voices, agenda-setting and people retaining control over their own stories.
05/06/2019 £94,000 Project Seventeen The funding is for a joint project with Southwark Law Centre (SLC), tackling poverty among families with no recourse to public funds covered by Section 17 but who also need immigration legal advice.
05/06/2019 £150,000 Council of Somali Organisations The funding is for the post of the Director to raise voices of the Somali VCOs in the London area and develop networking. It plans to introduce thematic engagement structures for raising the collective voice by providing the expertise in voices, policy, development and training.
05/06/2019 £140,000 Refugee Action The funding is for empowering people seeking asylum and refugees to play a leading role in the design and implementation of the UK’s most successful ever asylum campaign, securing changes to national policies and the asylum system so that it is fair, effective and treats people seeking asylum with humanity.
05/06/2019 £90,000 Freedom From Torture The funding is for continuation of its UK policy and advocacy work, including survivor activism, supporting the rehabilitation of torture survivors and that they receive effective protection. It seeks to ensure decision-makers correctly assess (and are accountable for) claims and that torture survivors are not inhumanely detained.
05/06/2019 £100,000 On Road Limited The funding is for our Talking About Poverty network which aims to train and support London-based groups of people who have experienced poverty.
05/06/2019 £74,500 Here for Good The funding is for the employment of a full-time immigration caseworker, who will be a fully qualified lawyer with EU immigration experience. The caseworker will be seconded to South West London Law Centres (SWLLC) in Croydon. The caseworker will provide free, in-person advice to vulnerable EEA citizens in London.
05/06/2019 £74,000 A New Direction The funding is for an individualised leadership and development programme for young black men, with a focus on the creative and digital sectors. This is as part of the MOU Newham Collective Impact Action Plan.
05/06/2019 £7,500 CARERS UK The funding is for our Helpline for unpaid carers. This provides advice, information and peer support to approximately 1,500 carers from London each year. One third of callers are struggling financially and many are £40 per week better off as a result of speaking to us.
05/06/2019 £10,000 Shift This funding is for a short term project to gather and publish a set of proposals on how London might change if relationships were a central operating principle for the next mayoral administration. We will find and adapt transferable examples from other locations and also seek and create new ideas.
05/06/2019 £7,500 JUST FOR KIDS LAW LIMITED The funding is towards of the costs of the work of our Finance and Resources team including the Director of Finance and Resources and the Finance Officer. Ensuring we have effective infrastructure systems for the operational running of the charity are key as without them we can't fulfill our mission.
05/06/2019 £7,500 MIND IN BARNET The funding is for MiB to strengthen our social group provision. Research shows that socialising improves mental health, which is why our groups are vital. People with mental ill-health are: more likely to be out of work, have financial difficulties and the prevalaence of mental ill-health directly corrolates to inequality.
05/06/2019 £7,500 THE TRIANGLE ADVENTURE PLAYGROUND ASSOCIATION The funding is for staff and materials needed to open every weekday during 3 half terms and Easter holiday; and for the children to prepare, cook and serve their own hot lunch. Parents/carers will be able to continue to work knowing their children are safely engaged in horizon-broadening, positive activities.
05/06/2019 £80,400 East London Business Alliance The funding is for dedicated resource costs that will enable ELBA to; reach out to young black men who are resident in Newham, work directly with employers to identify and tackle recruitment and progression barriers and develop employer-led support to empower young black men to progress in good quality employment.
05/06/2019 £173,000 Action West London The funding is for a Mentoring scheme for unemployed and employed young black men in Brent along with a consortium project where 4 voluntary organisations will work together with the MOU Collective Impact group to undertake strategic and practical work to improve employment outcomes for young black men in Brent.
05/06/2019 £7,500 RESOURCE FOR LONDON The funding is for a specific initiative - the Journey to Justice exhibition and programme that is coming to Resource for London in April, May and June 2019. This celebrates the fight for civil rights both in the US and here in the UK.
05/06/2019 £90,000 West Ham United Foundation The funding is for us to deliver an in-work careers development programme supporting underemployed young black men to secure career progressions. We will deliver a series of bespoke workshops, one-to-one support, facilitate skills development, and the attainment of qualifications, using our unique assets to engage and inspire.
05/06/2019 £7,500 SOFII FOUNDATION The funding is for additional free website content that will be particularly useful to volunteer fundraisers and trustees in small, under-resourced charities. SOFII resources can help such organisations apply for funds and are, therefore, of tangible benefit to all local community organisations working to fight poverty and inequality in London.
05/06/2019 £7,500 HACKNEY MIGRANT CENTRE The funding is for our weekly drop-in advice and support service to refugees, asylum seekers and other migrants in need. This includes: initial immigration and housing advice; destitution and homelessness emergency support and referrals; health advocacy; poverty relief; and ongoing support and casework for destitute visitors.
05/06/2019 £24,714 Hope not Hate Charitable Trust The funding is for the extension of the secondment of Elisabeth Pop as Democratic Engagement Officer to the GLA
05/06/2019 £7,500 EMMAUS GREENWICH The funding is for training its companions in transferrable work-related skills. This will help them find secure employment after they leave Emmaus, give them independence, and increase the chances of them avoiding the cycle of unemployment, poverty and homelessness in the future.
05/06/2019 £7,500 THE SWITCHBACK INITIATIVE The funding is to work intensively with young men leaving prison and in the community, helping them to live stable, rewarding lives as part of society. Nationally 49% of offenders are back in prison within a year. For Switchback Trainees this figure is currently just 8%.
28/02/2019 £25,000 Centre for London The funding is for a research project on Transport and Equity. It will explore how transport shapes the life chances of poorer Londoners. It will consider the cost of travel, degrees of connectivity and the distributional impact of travel externalities (air pollution, road danger) on health and wellbeing.
28/02/2019 £120,000 Creative Society The funding is for the salary of a new Programme Manager to scale up the Creative Job Studio across three boroughs to support low paid workers in the creative sector into better or more secure employment.
28/02/2019 £179,000 Child Poverty Action Group The funding is for a London Campaign Manager for two years to inform London's policymakers about child poverty, influence them to adopt policy solutions to address it, support and practically equip them to take action, and to ensure the voices of low income families are enhanced in policy debates.
28/02/2019 £90,000 Asylum Support Appeals Project The funding is for a contribution towards the running costs of our duty scheme which provides free legal representation for destitute asylum seekers appealing to the First Tier Tribunal (Asylum Support) against a refusal of accommodation or support. The contribution requested reflects the proportion of service users living in London.
28/02/2019 £90,000 Citizens Advice Sutton The funding is for a Universal Credit (UC) project including advice, support with appeals and Research & Advocacy work. Sutton was the first UC full digital service area and has many long term UC claimants. It expects Sutton to be one of the first areas to undergo UC managed migration.
28/02/2019 £40,000 Resolution Foundation The funding is for a major new research project on working hours and time use in London and the UK. It will bring involve quantitative analysis, qualitative research and an expert seminar, and culminate in a research publication and event. The grant would cover half of the total project costs.
28/02/2019 £120,000 Paddington Law Centre The funding is for the salary and overhead costs of a part-time Employment caseworker for three years, providing free, specialist advice, casework and Employment Tribunal advocacy to low paid, marginalised workers, aimed at addressing inequality issues at work, protecting workers' rights, securing correct pay/benefits, and obtaining redress/compensation on wrongful terminations.
28/02/2019 £122,000 Citizens Advice Redbridge The funding is for the continuation of its employment legal advice service providing assistance and representation on all aspects of employment law and practice for people who live and work in Redbridge. This will empower Redbridge residents, especially vulnerable workers, to ensure their employment rights are respected and grievances heard.
28/02/2019 £150,000 Maternity Action The funding is for a policy and campaigning project to reduce pregnancy and maternity discrimination in the workplace, to strengthen legal protections for pregnant women and new mothers in precarious employment, and to increase maternity pay and benefits.
28/02/2019 £10,000 Paddington Development Trust The funding is to test the feasibility of securing a share issue from FTSE 250 companies to build an endowment to invest in London’s most stressed communities, tackling needs identified by those communities. This grant will enable the London Communities Commission to make the business and secure business champions.
28/02/2019 £12,750 Citizens UK The funding is to cover the cost of calculating the Living Wage rates in London and the UK annually, based on the best available evidence for the cost of living pressures facing employees and their families, to ensure the ongoing credibility and independence of the real Living Wage rates.
28/02/2019 £140,000 North Kensington Law Centre The funding is for the salary of the current Senior Employment Caseworker and supporting costs to train and supervise volunteers to continue to meet the high demand of people seeking help in a range of employment matters. This include initial advice, written submissions, advocacy and representation in tribunals.
20/02/2019 £112,000 Haringey Migrant Support Centre The funding is for the continuation of specialist immigration advice delivered by a solicitor from Islington Law Centre (2 days/week) and on costs of delivering the service.
20/02/2019 £90,000 National Aids Trust The funding is for policy work to reframe the narratives on HIV and migration; improve the lives of migrants living with HIV; and to challenge current practice in relation migrants with HIV and their access to welfare and other entitlements.
20/02/2019 £120,000 Camden Community Law Centre The funding is for specialist immigration advice to people living in the London Borough of Camden and surrounding areas. This funding is necessary to maintain access to non-asylum immigration advice due to increased pressure following legal aid cuts and the impact of Brexit on EU nationals in Camden.
20/02/2019 £36,000 The Hoxton Trust The funding is to provide free advice from trained advisors to the most vulnerable residents of Hackney who are economically and socially disadvantaged.
20/02/2019 £89,000 Anti-Tribalism Movement The funding is for empowering and skilling up residents, particularly Somali community members, of White City and South Acton areas to become informed, active stakeholders in regeneration schemes which have a direct and potentially life-changing impact on their housing, livelihood, education, social networks, health and leisure choices.
20/02/2019 £90,000 Southwark Law Centre The funding is for the salary of its Specialist Housing Solicitor who will provide casework and representation for destitute migrants, enabling them to access housing and financial support. It will continue to co-ordinate the Housing and Immigration Group, providing consultancy support to increase capacity of other organisations supporting destitute migrants.
20/02/2019 £60,000 St Paul's Money Advice Centre The funding is to help fund the core running cost including the salary of the Centre Manager, who is the only full-time employee, in order to continue to provide debt and money advice to those in need and provide good support to volunteers.
20/02/2019 £52,128 Project Seventeen The funding is to second a member of staff to the Greater London Authority’s social integration team. The secondee will work on the Citizenship and Integration Initiative, specifically on the Tackling Barriers and inequalities strand of work.
20/02/2019 £50,000 Barnet Lone Parent Centre The funding is for part of the salary and on-costs for the Family Welfare Advisor who runs the Help with Money project. This provides advice to lone parents and local people in need.
20/02/2019 £171,000 Partnership for Young London The funding will build the skills and capacity of youth organisations and young people to conduct their own peer-research, take forward youth-led campaigns and put youth voice at the core of practice and policy. This approach will focus on economic inequality issues for young Londoners, based on their lived experience.
20/02/2019 £150,000 Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants The funding is for continuing the legal helpline for undocumented migrants, outreach work with the Red Cross and to continue to deepen the link between this work and its growing campaigning and advocacy against the Hostile Environment & support for new approaches to regularisation.
20/02/2019 £100,000 Latin American House The funding is for continuation of our specialist level immigration advice service supporting settlement for vulnerable members of the Latin American community in London.
20/02/2019 £100,000 Platform-London The funding is for a community organising project that will ensure City Hall listens to the voices of Londoners with lived experiences of climate injustice and poverty. As a result the social ambition of the Mayor’s climate policy will significantly increase and several key demands will be won.
20/02/2019 £130,000 Kensington and Chelsea Social Council The funding is to enable positive change through increasing the skills and knowledge of civil society organisations based within Kensington and Chelsea through training and development to improve facilitation, input and control over the recovery of North Kensington.
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