- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 10 Oct 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Coram Children’s Legal Centre 07 Jun 2017
The funding is to support and continue its successful immigration law outreach work for children and young people in London. Specifically for the salary and associated project costs of an outreach solicitor to provide public legal education workshops, advice and (where appropriate) representation to hard-to-reach vulnerable children and young people in London.
East End Citizens Advice Bureaux 07 Jun 2017
The funding is for support over 3 years to continue and extend our Employment Legal Advice Service at Citizens Advice Newham to provide advice, advocacy, casework, representation and information on employment rights and responsibilities to people living in Newham.
Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association 22 Feb 2017
The funding is to support ILPA who will take forward the Strategic Legal Fund for Vulnerable Young Migrants, making grants to support pre-litigation research and third party interventions to uphold and promote the rights of children in the UK with migrant backgrounds.
Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants 30 Mar 2017
The funding is to support pre-litigation work, the implementation of the ruling in the Supreme Court case of SSHD  UKSC 10, following our successful intervention in the case: making recommendations on how the rules and guidance on children are updated, analysing the changed rules, and monitoring treatment of new cases.
Rights of Women 07 Jun 2017
The funding is to support the development and implementation of Phase 2 of the Athena project based on recommendations from an external evaluation. Athena will provide direct immigration advice to women who at risk of, or experiencing violence combined with capacity building and partnership work with organisations advising migrant women.
Southwark Citizens Advice Bureaux 04 Oct 2017
The Funding is towards the support of our specialist immigration worker for a further three years, building on the funding that Trust for London have already invested in this vital service, but in a tapered way that allows for us to continue to deliver the work as we secure sustainable funding.
Greater London Volunteering 12 Oct 2017
The funding is to support a Policy and Project Manager to take forward and build on LVSC's current work on employment and skills in London, including carrying out research, influencing strategic regional policymakers, engaging with sub-regional employment and skills structures and opening discussions with other sectors over VCSE sector service delivery.
Millwall Community Trust 12 Oct 2017
The funding is to support MCT to engage young people in low-paid jobs (both within and outside of the construction industry) in Building Futures. This flexible career progression pathway will provide the support and qualifications needed to overcome career development barriers and enable young people to progress to better-paid positions, particularly within the construction industry.
The funding is towards work with tenants living in and around Grenfell Tower, RB Kensington and Chelsea.
Rosa, UK Fund for Women and Girls 22 Feb 2017
The funding is towards the core costs of the organisation as allocated by Maggie Baxter from the total of 5K gifted to her by the Trust to make grants to small charities working to tackle poverty and inequality in London. The Trust's offer to Maggie was in lieu of her work to produce 'River of Change', Reflections on 40 years at Trust for London, a 125th Anniversary publication.
Association for the Polish Family “Pyza” 04 Oct 2017
The funding is to support continued advice, information and support in the fields of welfare rights, housing, education, health, social and economic inclusion in order to prevent worsening of immediate needs and to improve opportunities of our beneficaries, enabling them todevelop skills and knowledge that will increase their ability to be self-sufficiency.
Clapton Commons Community Organisation Ltd 04 Oct 2017
The funding is towards Clapton Commons to establish the part-time role of community builder; for a two year period. This person will support local individuals to become; and identify and promote local assets for the common good. There will be an immediate focus on developing the village hall; dimension of Liberty Hall.
ILAYS 22 Feb 2017
The funding is towards the salary and running costs of a part-time Advice Worker to provide advice, information, guidance and support services to unemployed, disadvantaged and socially excluded Somalis/ disadvantaged BME communities; both women and men living in the London Borough of Hounslow to access mainstream services in order to improve their quality of life.
Speak Street 04 Oct 2017
The funding is to support the collaboration with Global Generation’s Skip Garden to provide a programme to help refugees, asylum seekers and migrants to learn English through working on hands-on cooking and gardening projects to create a more positive and sustainable community.
Justice 4 Grenfell 27 Oct 2017
The funding is enable Justice4Grenfell to employ a part-time Campaign Administrator to support volunteer campaigners to develop a public interest campaign to hold all responsible authorities and individuals to account for their failures to provide safe homes, death of loved ones and a luck of proper & effective response prior to, and during and after the disaster.
Campaign Academy 02 Mar 2017
The funding is to support 15 campaigners working to tackle poverty or inequality in London. We will also strengthen our outreach work with local groups to build campaigning skills through a series of basic training seminars.
Coram Children’s Legal Centre 02 Mar 2017
The funding is to second a member of staff to the Greater London Authoritys social integration team. The secondee will work on the Citizenship and Integration Initiative, specifically on the Young Londoners strand.
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.
Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) 02 Mar 2017
The funding is towards a clear and detailed assessment of the efficiency and fairness of London's council tax regime, and to propose a series of reforms, with a politically achievable roadmap to reforming the system, to help ensure that council tax is fairer and more efficient. The work is in partnership with the London School of Economics.
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,