- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 13 May 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
St Mary's Centre Community Trust 03 Nov 2017
The funding is towards salary costs of the youth workers who work with the at risk young people and equipment for activities.
Resource for London 03 Nov 2017
The funding is to support the next year Enhance Space which will enable RfL to work with start-up and new and emerging groups. This is essential to fulfilling our ethos of inclusivity which is part of our wider vision to provide a resource that addresses poverty and inequality in London.
Resource for London 03 Nov 2017
This funding is to fulfil a key part of RfL'smission i.e. our ability to work with start-up and new and emerging groups. Itwill offerspace to at least 20 small groups that will deliver services which impact upon more than 1,000 disadvantaged people from BAMER communities.
Just for Kids Law 03 Nov 2017
The funding is for youth advocates are led by the needs and wishes of each individual child andonly ever act according to these. Support is unique to each individual case. Often,advocates accompany children and young people to meetings to ensure that their wishes are heard.
The funding is to support a full-time Police and Criminal Justice Policy Advocate to build knowledge and expertise in existing support services in London, and improve policing in relation to engaging with sex workers when they are victims of crime.
Solace Women’s Aid 07 Jun 2017
The funding is to support Solace Womens Aid who submitted a partnership bid to the VAWG Transformation Fund to deliver a new service model for women experiencing domestic/sexual abuse who have not engaged in support. We are applying for funding to Monitor and Evaluate the data from this project and disseminate learning across the sector.
Safer London 07 Jun 2017
The funding is to support Safer London and intends to pilot a new intervention model that combines contemporary research from the University of Bedfordshire with our practise experience. Our approach will enable us to identify peer groups that exhibit Harmful Sexual Behaviour (HSB) and deliver interventions to those young men in a group setting.
RESPOND 22 Feb 2017
The funding is to support a continuation for the salary and associated costs of a Project Worker to continue its My Life My Marriage (MLMM), which aims to end the harmful practice of forced marriage of people with learning disabilities among high risk affected communities in London, i.e. Pakistani, Indian and Bangladeshi communities. MLMM is mobilising these communities with the resources to stand up and speak out against forced marriage.
National Survivor User Network - NSUN 02 Mar 2017
The funding is to support the salary of the London Project Coordinator to strengthen the capacity, voice and influence of individuals with a history of mental ill health who are marginalised by their mental distress, socio-economic circumstances and experiences of discrimination.
Asian Women's Resource Centre 04 Oct 2017
The funding is to support AWRC applying for a contribution towards the directors salary costs which are not covered fully by existing funders. Generally most funders provide direct project costs with little or no management costs to run projects, this impacts on the organisations ability to deliver services, develop and expand services.
Merton Centre for Independent Living 04 Oct 2017
The Funding is to support DDPO Hate Crime Partnership to: Increase specialist support for Disabled survivors of violence/hate crime through the development of skilled Hate Crime Advocates Enhance prevention of hate crime by raising awareness and ensuring survivors are supported/recognised sooner Improve quality of support through evaluation and communications policy work
Women in Prison 02 Mar 2017
The funding is to support a strong network of WiP Magazine and Participation groups for London women affected by the criminal justice system based in women's centres and southern prisons with the shared aim of strengthening womens voices in policy-making and in WiP's 2020 Campaign to reduce the womens prison population to 2020 by 2020.
Voyage 12 Oct 2017
The funding is towards Voyage appointing a Youth Leadership Coordinator (YLC) to implement our youth take over strategy in time for 2020. The YLC will maintain a strong focus developing Voyage; youth participation strategy; whilst implementing two specific but related work areas Transforming the nature of policing in communities Campaigning adoption strategy
Tender Education and Arts 07 Jun 2017
The funding is to support the training and campaigning activities of our Youth Board to support them in preventing domestic abuse and challenging gender inequality in their communities and with national decision makers,
Smith Institute 12 Oct 2017
The funding is to support the spotlight on market-led displacement of poverty in London. Exploring the impact of higher housing costs and more jobs located centrally alongside high travel costs on low income Londoners living in outer areas. Raise awareness of the costs and consequences of these trends and offer viable policy solutions.
Sheila McKechnie Foundation 15 Jun 2017
The funding is to support and boost the ability of organisations in London to create change, by: 1. Continuing our successful Influencing Change programme, supporting at least 30 campaigners per year over two programmes. 2. Supporting our Influencing Change alumni, over 100 campaigners, by sharing expertise and providing opportunities for peer support.
Runnymede Trust 12 Oct 2017
The funding is to support the building on our previous work Runnymede will work with the Centre for Labour and Social Studies (CLASS) to understand and improve public discussion and policy on race and class in London. The research will centre the voices of London's diverse working class communities to ensure it achieves these aims.
RoadPeace 12 Oct 2017
The funding is to support the gathering of evidence and campaign to improve traffic law enforcement and justice, holding police to account in their duty to deter law-breaking on London's roads and protect life, especially vulnerable road users. To achieve this, we will coordinate calls and joint actions together with victim advocates and transport campaigners.