- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 18 Aug 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
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.
Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain 04 Oct 2017
The funding is towards the suport for salaries and associated costs for two staff members to run the legal department.
Inquest Charitable Trust 30 Jun 2017
The funding is towards additional capacity to support families affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, who are going through the inquest process.
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.
MigrationWork CIC 31 Jan 2017
The funding is toadminister the Strategic Legal Fund until March 2017, on behalf of Trust for London, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, Joseph Rowntree Charitable Fund and Unbound Philanthropy.
Public Law Project 30 Mar 2017
The funding is to undertake evidence-catering in respect of a potential challenge to the removal window policy and 72-hour notice period and whether that provided adequate access to legal representation and the courts to enable young migrants to stop their removal. This is to enhance a previous grant made in July 2016.
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.
Solace Women’s Aid 22 Feb 2017
The funding is towards the roll out and expand Solace successful Immigration Legal Advice Service in London. This will enable them to use learning to date, and their newly acquired OISC accreditation and training to provide immigration advice and make applications to the Home Office.
Black Training and Enterprise Group - BTEG 12 Oct 2017
The funding is to support Moving on Up Phase Two who will test new approaches to improving employment outcomes for ethnic groups facing persistently high levels of unemployment. This work will focus on young black men in London, with a view to creating replicable models which can be adopted in other locations and for other populations.
Latin American Women’s Rights Services (LAWRS) 02 Mar 2017
The funding is towards the development and to consolidate a holistic programme, working in partnership with others, of prevention, advice provision and targeted policy/advocacy work on enhancing labour rights for low paid migrant women workers and raising awareness with key decision makers on labour exploitation leading to improved policies.
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.
Women for Refugee Women 22 Feb 2017
The Trust has provided a contrubutiontowards 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.
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.
Birthrights 15 Jun 2017
The funding is to support the project and will investigate human rights-based challenges for perinatal women who face severe disadvantage in London. It will map the most frequent and severe rights-based issues; identify actions to prevent and address them; create resources and training; use multiple routes to disseminate findings and influence policy in London and nationally.
Campaign for Freedom of Information 02 Mar 2017
The funding is towards work to improve FOI use in London. Including: helping civil society groups make better use of FOI; supporting good FOI practice by London public bodies; improving disclosure provisions in public service contracts used by London authorities and bring contractors more fully under FOI; and defending FOI from unjustified restrictions.
Council of Somali Organisations 02 Mar 2017
The funding is towards (1) Salary costs of Director's post (4 days per week). This postholder is key to implementing the overall strategic and operational priorities set out by the Board for the next 3 years; as well as sustainability. (2) Contribution to general running costs including rent.
Gendered Intelligence 12 Oct 2017
The funding is towards work to improve equality by influencing policy makers. We will work at an organisational and government level to change policy and practice to practically improve the lives of trans people. We will focus our efforts in the Public Sector in 2-3 Local Authorities in order to have significant impact.
HEAR Equality and Human Rights Network 15 Jun 2017
The funding is towards the post of a 0.6FT Policy and Campaigns Officer, associated overheads, and direct costs of activities to enable continuation of work supporting equalities organizations in London to have greater influence on policies and practices that most impact on those they support.
Just for Kids Law 12 Oct 2017
The funding is towards the support Influence policy and practice to improve the treatment of children by the police in London; particularly BAME children; Facilitate the campaigning of London (VSOs) and equip organisations with better knowledge and understanding of how to use childrens rights arguments in their work.
Just for Kids Law 02 Mar 2017
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 Civic Engagement and Young Londoners strands of work.