- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 10 Oct 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Helpline Information Officer 19 Oct 2016
Grant towards the salary costs of one of the Helpline Information Officers, who provide expert information and confidential support. Helpline Officers are qualified and experienced neuroscience nurses.
over one year towards an action research project looking at tech for small voluntary organisations
Grant to Social Finance 09 Oct 2018
over one year as part of a collaboration between four funders to support the Impact Incubator to scope and identify two models which will significantly improve the lives of vulnerable older people in the UK
Grant to South London Refugee Association 19 Mar 2019
over two years as continuation funding towards core salary costs at an organisation supporting refugees and asylum seekers in South London
Create Streets Foundation 12 Oct 2017
The funding is to support Place Champions a pilot community capacity-building mini-course training local residents better to understand regeneration (pros and cons), urban design and ways in which communities can influence these processes to their own advantage and to the wider advantage of London which needs to build more homes and more affordable homes.
Grant to Reach Volunteering 13 Feb 2014
over three years as continuation funding towards the core costs of an organisation which connects charities with skilled volunteers providing a range of short and long-term support
Grant to Bounce Back Foundation 23 Apr 2014
over one year towards the running costs of an organisation supporting ex-offenders from a number of London prisons to learn painting and decorating skills to secure employment
Migration Museum Project 03 Oct 2018
The funding is for scoping, designing and delivering a public engagement programme aimed at reaching a wider audience, in particular engaging with the persuadable ‘anxious middle’, in order to increase understanding of the UK's long migration history and more effectively contribute to improving the accuracy and depth of conversations about migration.
Energy Garden - 2018 18 Jul 2018
Energy Garden brings disused land around overground stations back to life by creating community gardens, growing flowers, plants, fruit and vegetables. They are investing in buying solar PV and will use the income to sustain the gardens.