- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 26 Mar 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Grant to Sustainable Bridges CIC 31 Aug 2017
Better Futures project will provide managed co-working space and tailored innovation support to improve the success rate and speed of new low-carbon enterprises seeking to achieve growth.
Grant to The Community Brain 12 Sep 2017
Aproject to laundh a suburban farming project and realise the potential to gerate food for th elocal area . The abandoned TolworthAllotments Society byiulding and surrounding land will be used to introduce the community to suburban farming possibilities, teaching food growing and building productive, sustainable sources of locally produced food
Grant to RIO Cinema 28 Sep 2017
The external refurbishment of an iconic and much loved local art deco cinema. The project will also create a second screen allosing for more local events and the sustainble aoperation of this no-profit community facility.
Grant to Horsenden Allotments Association 31 Oct 2017
A derelict site will be trasformed into a farm project creating an orchard, vineyard and bee aviary. The Horseden Allotments Association will bring together active associations, allotments, schools, other community groups to co-deliver this project.
Grant to United St Saviours Charity 21 Nov 2017
Will be used to mitigate the immediate impacts of the London Bridge Terrorist attack and help those individuals and businesses whose business viability continues to be threatende as a result of the losses incurred during the 10 day period of Borough Market's closure in June and who have no other means of support.
Grant to Newham College of Further Education 20 Feb 2018
Collaborative working with Colleges to support NEETs from boroughs in north and east London, to develop and/or improve their capacity for employment in London’s digital economy
Grant to Volunteer it Yourself CIC 01 Jun 2018
A project to provide facility improvements at two venues across London using the VIY model and to provide entry level 3 City & Guilds qualifications to locals who volunteer on the project
Getting Back on Track (YIF) 04 Aug 2017
To support 16 -24 year olds who have dropped out from level 2/3 studies. Applicants will work in partnership with a school sixth form, sixth-form College and FE College to identify, engage with, and provide immediate support to their early leavers, so they do not become long term NEET