The Grocers' Charity

Who they support

We support long-term bursaries and in-kind commitments to educational institutions to help students who benefit from financial assistance, and students who benefit from mentoring and work experience opportunities. We support the preservation of churches we have an historic link with. For our open grants, we support charities that improve the quality of life for people and communities. We fund core costs and new or existing projects or programmes. Environment & Climate Change is a funding focus to the end of 2022.

  • The average annual spending of grantees has been £5 million
  • The average age of charities supported has been 18 years.

Grant criteria

As a small grant awarding body, our mission is to invest in and support a broad range of small and medium sized UK registered charities which together make a demonstrable positive impact on public benefit. Grantees have been from areas including: - Relief of Poverty - The Elderly - Disability - Health - Military - Heritage & The Arts - Environment - Children & Young People

Regional preferences:

Grant details

The Grocers’ Charity typically provides one-off grants up to £5,000 for U.K. registered charities working in the areas outlined below. Please follow the links to read the specific criteria for each. Read the information below for funding exclusions and the two-stage application process including submission deadlines. Applications will NOT be considered from: Places of worship; Educational establishments (schools, colleges, universities); Individuals; Charities whose beneficiaries are overseas; Non-UK registered charities (not regulated by the Charity Commission); Charities with a turnover of over £500,000, except for Health/Medical Charities (up to £15m turnover).

Application procedure

Deadlines for an initial enquiry: 9 September (if invited, 2nd stage application decisions are in December and March) 13 January (if invited, 2nd stage application decisions are in April) 10 March (if invited, 2nd stage application decisions are in June)

www.grocershall.co.uk

enquiries@grocershall.co.uk

02076063113

GROCERS' HALL
PRINCES STREET
LONDON
EC2R 8AD


Charity registered in England & Wales, No: 255230
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Analysis of Grants Made
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In this period 670 donations have been made totalling £3,793,636 to 527 organisations

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Growth in Spending
(per annum over last 3 years)
Main Overlaps with other Grant Makers ?
By ValueBy Number
Garfield Weston Foundation 38% 42%
The National Lottery Community Fund 38% 52%
Co-operative Group 16% 24%
Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport 14% 20%
The Clothworkers' Foundation 13% 13%
City Bridge Foundation 12% 15%
The Henry Smith Charity 11% 13%
Masonic Charitable Foundation 9% 14%
The Leathersellers' Foundation 9% 8%
Esmée Fairbairn Foundation 9% 11%
Sole supporter: 20% by number, 34% by value.
Individual Grants Made
When Amount Annual
Spending
Grantee To be used for
13/07/2023 £500 £620,791 CARE OF POLICE SURVIVORS Towards helping the families of police officers who have lost their lives on duty and aims to ensure that surviving family members have the help they need to cope with such a tragedy.
13/07/2023 £53,736 £3,417,647 LITTLE VILLAGE to support baby banks
13/07/2023 £57,671 £144,612 THE STEPHEN LAWRENCE DAY FOUNDATION to support social inclusion
21/06/2023 £5,000 COMMUNITY ONE STOP SHOP to support people experiencing hardship and crisis to access emergency food, toiletries, household items, and items for babies and small children, like nappies and formula, and access employment services.
21/06/2023 £5,000 COMMUNITY VENTURES (MIDDLESBROUGH) LTD to support a programme aimed at boys aged 11-15 to tackle anti-social behaviour. They run sessions with employers, e.g. Police, Fire Brigade and Army, and extend to engage tech employers to help children realise education can link to a rewarding career.
21/06/2023 £3,975 £242,784 DYSCOVER LIMITED to support the delivery of structured, supported conversation programmes for people with aphasia. The charity relies on well-trained, committed volunteers for all aspects of running this small charity.
21/06/2023 £3,000 £897,325 GOALBALL UK to support the sustainability and growth of Goalball to make this truly inclusive sport for blind and partially sighted people, including sighted people who are required to wear eyeshades a universally recognised sport in the U.K.
21/06/2023 £2,520 £1,100,566 LAKE DISTRICT FOUNDATION to support a litter clean-up campaign at and around Windermere, the largest natural lake in England, and several smaller Lakes in the Lake District National Park. Windermere is a nationally important place for wildlife.
21/06/2023 £5,000 £251,660,000 MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT to support cancer research
21/06/2023 £5,000 £286,403 NORTH EAST YOUNG DADS AND LADS PROJECT CIO to support plans for geographical expansion to reach more disadvantaged young fathers and expectant dads (aged under 25) including those in prison. E-learning, group and one-to-one support is provided.
21/06/2023 £5,000 £116,468 OPTIONS 4 CHANGE to support 10 fortnightly workshops designed to help 8 Lambeth pupils aged 8-11 years reduce the risk of school exclusion and academic underachievement.
21/06/2023 £5,000 £292,050 RE:WORK LTD to support employing a part-time learning support worker who can enrol young people in appropriate online courses and support them in achieving qualifications in key skills of literacy, numeracy and ITC.
21/06/2023 £5,000 £47,453 RHONDDA HUB FOR VETERANS to support the core costs of this fairly new charity to support finding housing in the private rental sector for local veterans who are or are at risk of being homeless or those on release from prison.
21/06/2023 £3,992 £227,369 RYEDALE CARERS' SUPPORT to support the Farmers and Community Breakfasts held in Lythe Village Hall. Loneliness and isolation have become endemic in many of our rural areas in North Yorkshire. Volunteer drivers bring people to the Village Hall.
21/06/2023 £2,678 £112,424 SEEN LTD to support wages of key roles in delivering Relationship and Sex Education to young people in local schools, colleges and youth clubs. Plus, a relationship and identity course, in Bronzefield Women's Prison.
21/06/2023 £5,000 £345,758 SHEPHERDS BUSH FAMILIES PROJECT & CHILDRENS CENTRE to support its Families Project, which meets the needs of families living in B&B hotels and hostels. Sessions run during school holidays and give C&YP a safe, secure place to visit easing the poverty caused by high childcare costs.
21/06/2023 £5,000 £123,223 SMART WORKS BIRMINGHAM to support providing vulnerable and disadvantaged women with appropriate clothes (high-quality outfits to keep) and one-to-one interview coaching to succeed at job interviews.
21/06/2023 £2,250 ST JOHN THE BAPTIST, PARISH OF STONE, DINTON & HARTWELL PCC Revitalising community life
21/06/2023 £2,750 ST MARY BOW & HOLY TRINITY BOW CHURCH (MILE END) Revitalising community life
21/06/2023 £5,000 £238,770 STAND AGAINST VIOLENCE to support the delivery of violence prevention workshops in some of the areas of the country with the highest level of social deprivation. These include London, Greater Manchester, Birmingham and Leeds.
21/06/2023 £5,000 £525,974 STANDOUT PROGRAMMES to support prison leavers to transform their lives, realise their potential, and escape the justice system for good through intensive group programmes for people inside prison, followed by 1:1 coaching and holistic support after release.
21/06/2023 £5,000 TEAM OASIS to support a service which provides elderly people with a warm place with free food and companionship. A new hobby club will be offered too.
21/06/2023 £5,000 £276,380 THE 2 MINUTE FOUNDATION to support activities to deliver the 2 Minute litter pick-up message in Northumberland and Birmingham. They deliver community outreach, host events, visit Station Guardians, and inspire school children to clean up the planet 2 Minutes at a time.
21/06/2023 £5,000 £402,241 THE CHOIR WITH NO NAME to support weekly choir rehearsals for people affected by homelessness in London for 47 weeks of the year. A team of volunteers produce hot meals at each rehearsal. Rehearsals culminated in public performances.
21/06/2023 £250 £259,995 FRIENDS OF THE ROYAL MARSDEN, CHELSEA to support NHS staff
21/06/2023 £5,000 GREEN TEAM (EDINBURGH AND LOTHIANS) LIMITED to support 7 projects, each lasting 7-10 weeks, for groups of 8 young people struggling to pay for travel so they can attend a local greenspace with a conservation task in the morning, such as the removal of non-native plants and litter removal.
21/06/2023 £5,000 £449,561 THE OASIS CENTRE COMMUNITY PROJECT-EAST MANCHESTER to support a crisis support work that is helping people in financial hardship. People can walk in from the street and receive help on a first-come, first-served basis. While they are waiting, there are free meals and a warm, friendly environment.
21/06/2023 £5,000 £111,621 THE ROCK-CURROCK YOUTH PROJECT to support a safe space for young people to go after school or college. Currock in Carlisle is known as a deprived area with extremely high crime rates and by providing free warm food, arts and crafts activities and sports for all young people.
21/06/2023 £5,000 £300,948 SHREWSBURY CHRISTIAN CENTRE ASSOCIATION to support a drop-in daycare centre for people experiencing homelessness. Everyday needs are met, such as eating meals, and accessing toilets, showers, and laundry facilities. Plus, services like GP, Counselling, Housing Support, and addiction.
21/06/2023 £5,000 THE YOUTH BOOTH to support a free Grab & Go Breakfast for School Children project. This project will ensure that there is a free breakfast for any child who needs it in our local community with no barriers
21/06/2023 £5,000 £299,969 THEATRE-RITES to support developing the UK’s first bespoke puppetry training workshop for D/deaf practitioners, thus widening employment opportunities and providing a level playing field for D/deaf performers.
21/06/2023 £3,000 TOTNES CARING LTD to support a monthly Pop-up Cafe, primarily aimed at benefiting vulnerable older people who are at risk of feeling lonely.
21/06/2023 £5,000 £13,165,597 TUDOR HALL SCHOOL Bursary
21/06/2023 £5,000 UK NEW ARTISTS to support providing educational and social art activities for young people living in areas of high deprivation. Over six months a programme of bespoke, collaborative, participatory arts engagement opportunities culminating in public exhibitions.
21/06/2023 £5,000 £260,502 THE WARWICK PERCY ESTATES COMMUNITY PROJECTS to support Gap Goldies programme of weekly companionship and wellbeing activities, reaching 226 vulnerable elderly people per month, average age 77, the oldest being 97. Most are widowed and live alone.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £94,213 ADULT LITERACY TRUST to support a volunteer-led adult literacy training programme complementing formal teaching in overcrowded community classrooms. With New City College, the charity will recruit 80-100 local volunteer Reading Coaches.
28/04/2023 £4,000 £657,486 AUTISM VENTURES to support 9 new work placements to provide a variety of work experiences and outcomes that will benefit autistic people in a person centred way according to their own needs and skills.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £287,054 BASSETLAW FOOD BANK to support the Bassetlaw Community Shop. Established in response to the cost-of-living crisis, the shop travels to 9 rural areas of Bassetlaw each week and carries over 50 lines of food, toiletries, cleaning products and nappies.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £267,903 BEYOND DETENTION to support post-detention work, which supports individuals across the UK who have been released from immigration detention at Yarl’s Wood IRC.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £663,258 BLOOMING BLOSSOMS TRUST to support Share-a-Pair which distributes 500 pairs of new socks, undergarments and gently used coats. Wearing decent garments is empowering giving the wearer the self-esteem and confidence necessary to succeed at school and socially.
28/04/2023 £1,000 £620,791 CARE OF POLICE SURVIVORS To support of Commissioner Angela McLaren and City of London Police colleagues fundraising as part of the UK Police Unity Tour – 28 July to 30 July 2023.
28/04/2023 £180 £87,415,000 CATS PROTECTION to support homeless cats
28/04/2023 £1,500 £72,274 CLS BURSARY AND AWARDS FUND To support of Mr Bird’s Three Peaks Challenge for the 2023 CoL School Bursary Programme Appeal only.
28/04/2023 £4,500 £90,482 CLEARVISION PROJECT to support the free postal lending library for UK families with sight-impaired children and the schools/organisations which support them. Volunteers braille book text onto clear plastic sheets, insert them between the regular pages and rebind the books.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £16,095 CLOTHING COVENTRY to support making the Volunteer Coordinator role full-time. Currently, they are open 3 days a week, but in the last year, they have gone from 30 referrals a month for clothes parcels to 300 a month.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £76,997 COLLEGE OF ARMS TRUST to support the conservation of a significantly important manuscript volume dating from 1615: the Visitation of County Durham. It is the third of four visitations conducted under a Henry VIII Royal Commission recording coats of arms and crests.
28/04/2023 £2,125 £178,289 CRIMINON UNITED KINGDOM to support the delivery of free distance-learning courses for 25 serving young offenders (aged 18-25), covering subjects such as drug awareness, literacy, effective communication and creating a clear moral code.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £96,125 DEVON DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION to support a Youth Cultural Champions Leadership Conference for BAME and White young people in 9 secondary schools located in the South West to explore experiences of racism and bullying. At the event, they will share their stories and experiences.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £118,031 DOST CENTRE FOR YOUNG REFUGEES AND MIGRANTS to support a mentoring (English, sport, being work ready) programme for young people, mainly Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking children and newly arrived migrants from across London.
28/04/2023 £2,000 £1,699,504 FOODCYCLE to support rising food and energy costs, to provide the local elderly community of Lisson Green and Church Street a free hot three-course meal, a safe, warm space to meet people, a food surplus bag with fresh bread and other essentials.
28/04/2023 £2,400 GO! YOUTH TRUST to support a summer youth residential for up to 60 young people aged 11-16 to access outdoor activities such as rock climbing, canoeing, gorge walking, and white water rafting.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £132,933 HOME-START DAVENTRY AND SOUTH NORTHANTS to support a project focused on children under 5 with parents in prison. The long-term outcomes for this group of children sadly fall short of their peers.
28/04/2023 £4,555 £285,065 HOME-START WESSEX to support weekly drop-in groups to support young, vulnerable, single homeless mums aged 16-25, including care leavers and people at risk of offending and young offenders.
28/04/2023 £4,980 £22,290 LIFE CHANCE TRUST to support breaking intergenerational cycles of abuse, neglect and violence, helping 16-25s on the verge of, or excluded from, mainstream education to overcome the effects of significant childhood trauma.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £457,270 LIFE SKILLS EDUCATION CHARITY to support tailored conversations for small groups of young people about their response to drugs, knives and alcohol. The intervention builds and introduces a decision-making model, and then the YP applies it to different scenarios.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £398,013 MAGPIE DANCE to support a 12-month programme devised with children and young people with learning disabilities using dance as a vehicle for change to connect them with important themes and issues that have an impact on their lives.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £129,840 MAN & BOY to support 5 ex-offenders and their families that have experienced separation to reconnect. This fully gender-inclusive programme provides families with weekend camps, mentoring sessions, and intensive enrichment courses.
28/04/2023 £3,000 MEDICS&ME to support doctors
28/04/2023 £5,000 £571,911 THE MINISTRY OF STORIES to support a partnership with Autograph Gallery, a 12-week project during Summer 2023 for up to 120 young people aged 6-15. Working with diverse local professional artists, young people will produce creative work in response to Archive.
28/04/2023 £5,000 NO GOING BACK - MERCERS COMPANY LIVERY INITIATIVE to support prison leavers to transform their lives, realise their potential, and escape the justice system for good through intensive group programmes for people inside prison, followed by 1:1 coaching and holistic support after release.
28/04/2023 £2,000 £4,308,770 OPERA HOLLAND PARK to support workshops in schools which will enhance learning and understanding of music generally and opera based on the well-known fairy tale Hansel and Gretel by Engelbert Humperdinck.
28/04/2023 £5,000 PERTH GREEN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION CIO to support the costs of ingredients, equipment and staffing to provide Lunch Clubs and Meal Deliveries enabling the centre to continue offering free activities to lonely, vulnerable and isolated local residents.
28/04/2023 £615 £370,373 RABBLE THEATRE to support emerging talent
28/04/2023 £5,000 £3,724,717 RAINBOW TRUST CHILDREN'S CHARITY to support 166 hours of home support, including playing with a sick child or their siblings, helping with housework, and the practical tasks accompanying caring for a seriously ill child. 
28/04/2023 £5,000 £120,602 REBUILD EAST MIDLANDS to support one-to-one coaching for individuals who have experienced significant trauma, specifically Human Trafficking, Modern Slavery and Exploitation.
28/04/2023 £2,000 £34,416,000 THE SOLDIERS, SAILORS, AIRMEN AND FAMILIES ASSOCIATION - FORCES HELP To support of the Chief of Air Staff, Sir Mike Wigston, fundraising dinner on 27 June 2023 at Grocers Hall as part of the SSAFA London fundraising event.
28/04/2023 £15,000 £2,368,943 SURFERS AGAINST SEWAGE to support the end of plastic pollution
28/04/2023 £5,000 £399,418 TEMPUS NOVO (MEANING NEW TIME) To support relieving the needs of former prisoners by working with them and employers to find suitable employment opportunities for rehabilitation, thereby reducing re-offending incidences. We want to visit the charity, myself & James Thomson Jul/Aug/Sep.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £318,010 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST PHILEMON TOXTETH Revitalising community life
28/04/2023 £5,000 £443,302 THE PORTICO LIBRARY AND NEWSROOM to support 36 workshops for up to 80 new participants for children-in-care and care leavers to improve literacy and communication skills, and to make the library collection accessible for those will low literacy skills.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £144,612 THE STEPHEN LAWRENCE DAY FOUNDATION In addition to the Fundraising Dinner, James Thomson is organising an event at Guildhall for 100 to 150 young people on 29 Nov to demonstrate broader support on the 30th Anniversary of Stephen's death. He states, 'I am passionate about inclusivity'.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £570,166 THE UPPER ROOM (ST SAVIOUR'S) to support the packaging costs and the food of providing take-away meals and food parcels to homeless and vulnerable adults and families who cannot eat inside our dining hall.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £184,824 TWO MOORS FESTIVAL LIMITED to support the ticket prices for audiences over age 70 who struggle financially and cannot travel to London for events. The Festival has been an important part of the cultural heritage of Dartmoor and Exmoor since 2001.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £199,139 VETERANS' GROWTH to support woodworking workshops for veterans. The finished woodworking objects including benches, gates, hurdles, ladders, and bug hotels, will be sold at fairs by the makers.
28/04/2023 £5,000 £332,169 WINTER NIGHT SHELTER MILTON KEYNES to support the creation of a medical room which will provide on-site emergency care and entrance triage for rough sleepers, plus access to health care for those who are new or at risk of homelessness.
28/04/2023 £1,000 £5,413 LEAGUE OF FRIENDS OF WITNEY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL to support NHS staff
15/03/2023 £650 £383,163 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ALL SAINTS PRESTON Revitalising community life
15/03/2023 £5,000 £156,851 BENTILEE VOLUNTEERS CIO to support funding a 14-seat Minibus Driver 12 hours/week for the Neighbourlink Project, a social and lunch club for older people.
15/03/2023 £5,000 DISABLED PERSONS HOUSING SERVICE (ABERDEEN CITY) to support older clients over 65 years of age with disabilities or health issues. Advice is given on amenity housing, sheltered and care homes. They also provide advocacy to secure tenancy and disability-inclusive homes in Aberdeen.
15/03/2023 £4,000 EDINBURGH CITY MISSION SCIO to support staff costs at seven churches across Edinburgh to operate Foodbank+ in their area. Staff costs directly support the guests at the food banks and during follow-up activities which support people living in extremely difficult circumstances.
15/03/2023 £5,000 £263,190 GIVING WORLD to support core costs, including warehousing, logistics, and management of the service. Last year they redistributed 3m products like shampoo, bedding, nappies, washing powder, and clothing, to 900,000 vulnerable people across the UK.
15/03/2023 £2,700 £150,336 HARMONY YOUTH PROJECT to support the delivery of three-hour workshops, for one morning a week, for thirty-six weeks, at its youth centre for young single parents to help improve their well-being, internet safety, budget skills, and work, education, and local childcare advice.
15/03/2023 £1,000 £16,800 HOPE FOR HUNGER CIO to support the delivery of meals and other essentials to people across Leicestershire who cannot travel to food banks. 1000+ meals and 1900+ essential items are delivered each week.
15/03/2023 £5,000 £361,730 INSIGHT - COUNSELLING COACHING AND SUPPORT SERVICES to part fund a new highly qualified specialist Domestic Abuse Disabilities Counsellor for survivors with autism and other disabilities. Improving access by simplifying and adapting complex and detailed information.
15/03/2023 £2,000 £53,571 KINGSTON SAMARITANS to support those experiencing mental illness
15/03/2023 £5,000 £178,303 LIGHTHOUSE - SUPPORTING WOMEN THROUGH STORMY TIMES to support the distribution of food vouchers and warm meals to 42 single-parent families who are affected by food poverty in Hackney and Haringey.
15/03/2023 £3,250 £3,556 MEN'S SHED LICHFIELD to support the move to a larger new venue (from 20 capacity to 100) by funding the fit-out work. In particular non-slip workshop, flooring, shelving and storage space, and sound-deadening wall.
15/03/2023 £5,000 £831,837 MONEY AND MENTAL HEALTH POLICY INSTITUTE to support ending the devasting link between serious mental health issues and being in debt. It conducts research with 4,000 people from across the UK with lived experience. Findings are translated into real-world ideas and policies that improve lives.
15/03/2023 £5,000 £126,263 MYBIGCAREER to support its Workshops for school years 7-8, designed to open young people’s minds to future career choices. 1:1 Career Coaching is for years 8-10 for university applications for students who may not have anyone at home which has been to university.
15/03/2023 £5,000 £512,232 ORACLE CANCER TRUST to support vital research towards understanding how HPV causes Head and Neck cancer. The 4th most common type of cancer in men and the 6th overall, yet awareness of the signs and symptoms is low.
15/03/2023 £5,000 £378,559 PARENT-INFANT FOUNDATION LTD to support the creation of more parent-infant teams to ensure all babies have a sensitive, nurturing relationship to lay the foundation for lifelong mental and physical health.
15/03/2023 £5,000 £397,297 PECKHAM PLATFORM LTD to support three youth-led projects that bring vulnerable and marginalised young people to the forefront of creative and positive change in Peckham.
15/03/2023 £5,000 £130,749 PEOPLE ARISE NOW to support providing free stage 1 cybersecurity courses for young people living in difficult circumstances who have fewer concepts of future opportunities. Plus, are at higher risk to be victims of cyberbullying, scams etc.
15/03/2023 £4,989 £127,078 RAHAB PROJECT to support Rehab’s volunteer training programme, the programme achieved an Investing in Volunteers Quality Mark. Volunteers are specialist trained to support women involved in off-street prostitution.
15/03/2023 £5,000 £56,675 SHINE21 to support Speech and Language Therapy and resources for children with Down Syndrome who typically meet developmental milestones (e.g. speech, walking and fine motor skills) later than their peers, placing them at a significant disadvantage.
15/03/2023 £5,000 £172,648 SUPPORT AFTER MURDER AND MANSLAUGHTER to support those traumatised by murder and manslaughter who tend to suffer in silence, unaware of the help available. It runs an awareness campaign, giving talks and providing leaflets to the police and other local service providers.
15/03/2023 £1,287 £1,314,449 SWITCH180 to support youth
15/03/2023 £5,000 £49,480 SYDENHAM ARTS LTD to support artists aged 18-25 whose careers have been significantly impacted by the Pandemic and are finding it difficult to get opportunities. 6 art commissions will be offered to financially struggling artists, including at least one disabled artist.
15/03/2023 £1,300 £404,246 THE BARN OWL TRUST to support maintaining and increasing the biodiversity of a twenty-six-acre site focusing on encouraging rough grass. Creeping bramble and blackthorn are taking over. Funding will purchase a brush cutter, an electric chainsaw, and PPE.
15/03/2023 £5,000 £3,500,160 THE HOUSE OF ST BARNABAS to part fund the delivery of two 8-week Employment Preparation Programmes supporting up to 24 participants.
15/03/2023 £5,000 £245,240 THE TWISTING DUCKS THEATRE COMPANY CIO to support people with learning disabilities and autistic people to create theatre and film that represents their lived experience and raises awareness about issues that matter to them.
15/03/2023 £5,000 £322,241 THE WILTSHIRE BOBBY VAN TRUST to support a part-time role which will develop and promote awareness of Stay Safe Online. The programme educates elderly people on how to recognise fraud and what to do if they are victims of cybercrime. The charity works with 6 Police vetted volunteers.
15/03/2023 £5,000 UNDER ONE SKY CIO To support the purchase of supplies (food, water, clothing, sleeping bags or mobile phones) for homeless individuals in London, Brighton and Durham. 1,500 volunteers distribute these supplies in 10 area teams.
15/03/2023 £5,000 VETERANS AT EASE to support weekly one-to-one therapy sessions for the men and women who have served our country.
15/03/2023 £5,000 £430,069 VOYAGE to support the delivery of the Young Leaders for Sustainable Cities course to address the lack of diverse representation in the environment sector and our responsibility towards the environment.
15/03/2023 £5,000 £156,692 WINGS FOR WARRIORS to support wounded, injured or sick servicemen and women by helping them gain Commercial Air Pilot licenses.
09/03/2023 £6,000 MOSSBOURNE COMMUNITY ACADEMY Bursary
15/02/2023 £5,000 £262,430,000 DISASTERS EMERGENCY COMMITTEE to support those in emergency disasters
07/12/2022 £4,787 £195,848 BASINGSTOKE MENCAP SERVICES to support its Life Skills Programme. The programme will enable people with learning differences to gain skills and knowledge in handling money, keeping safe online, and handling relationships.
07/12/2022 £500 £2,909,345 THE LAKE DISTRICT CALVERT TRUST To support disabled people
07/12/2022 £496 £4,989 CANNOCK CHASE SHED to purchase a router trimmer for use on many of the voluntary community group's projects supporting mainly, but not exclusively, retired people who are interested in or would like to learn more about woodworking and or metalwork.
07/12/2022 £2,000 £130,309 CHARLES YOUNG CENTRE to fund the fuel cost for one minibus for eight months supporting 700 people.
07/12/2022 £3,715 £361,033 CHILDREN HEARD AND SEEN to fully fund a Young Person's Zoom programme for an entire year, every school week. Activities are focused on the children (age 12+) working together to overcome the disadvantage and stigma of experiencing parental imprisonment.
07/12/2022 £4,600 £308,750 CITY ARTS (NOTTINGHAM) LTD to support weekly therapeutic art workshops for learning-disabled adults with complex health needs. Working with an experienced professional artist and support staff, participants receive one-on-one support with their choice of creative activity.
07/12/2022 £5,000 £3,478,491 CITY HARVEST to support food distribution away from landfills and given to those in need.
07/12/2022 £5,000 £251,532 DIAL PETERBOROUGH to support isolated and in-need local disabled people who struggle to get food and do little jobs to remain safe in their homes (such as changing lightbulbs).
07/12/2022 £5,000 £383,332 FAMILY SUPPORT LINK to support children who are marginalised and disadvantaged and who have significant support needs due to their parent's drug or alcohol abuse.
07/12/2022 £5,000 £299,143 GLOUCESTER CITY MISSION to support individuals with benefit claims, housing support, CV/application writing, and debt advice literacy, numeracy and IT skills training sessions.
07/12/2022 £3,022 HAND OF SOLACE to support BME elders who have low confidence to go out into their surroundings and navigate the city. The befriending service supports and encourages older people to attend local activities.
07/12/2022 £4,500 £166,979 HERITAGE CHARITY LONDON to support 24 Arts & Crafts clubs for an entire school year with two locally selected primary schools - Aldgate primary school and City of London School for students experiencing hardships.
07/12/2022 £5,000 £173,387 IN2CHANGE SOUTH YORKSHIRE LTD to support the salary of the Programme Facilitator for Crime Intervention. For six months they will deliver weekly street outreach in areas with high crime and violence rates. Community facilitators deliver a mixture of group and 1:1 training.
07/12/2022 £5,000 £1,605,756 JO'S CERVICAL CANCER TRUST to support updating and distributing its cervical cancer health information print materials and renewal of photography stock in line with its organisational Equality, Diversity and Inclusion objectives.
07/12/2022 £5,000 £191,107 KIDS N'ACTION to support preventing holiday hunger to break the cycle/stigma of poverty for 400 disadvantaged young people during school holidays.
07/12/2022 £5,000 £68,492 LONDON WHEELCHAIR RUGBY CLUB to support the purchase of new training equipment, wheelchairs and wheelchair spares which are fundamental to rugby training.
07/12/2022 £5,000 MOSSBOURNE COMMUNITY ACADEMY Bursary
07/12/2022 £4,900 POSSOBILITIES LIMITED to support a basic life skills programme, including numeracy and literacy, IT skills and basic cookery skills to help disabled beneficiaries manage budgets whilst eating healthy food.
07/12/2022 £1,100 £34,341,000 PROSTATE CANCER UK to support cancer research
07/12/2022 £4,000 £164,148 REVIVE HEALTHY LIVING to support the distribution of new and unwanted goods to residents whose budgets are stretched due to the increased cost of living. Such as various well-known branded items, including toys, detergents, toiletries cleaning products and non-perishable food.
07/12/2022 £5,000 £228,525 SEED EATING DISORDERS SUPPORT SERVICES to support the creation of a new digital toolkit to support young people in knowing more about eating disorders, body image, mental health and well-being and how to get support.
07/12/2022 £4,922 £225,324 SMALL ACTS OF KINDNESS TRUST to support the sourcing of products, packing and distributing of 156 Warm in Winter Gift Bags (£32 per bag) to lonely, cold and vulnerable older people across Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.
07/12/2022 £5,000 £554,175 THE BRITISH STAMMERING ASSOCIATION to support people with a speech stammer to find work and thrive in their employment whilst addressing employment discrimination and providing best practices with employers with expert guidance and support to beneficiaries.
07/12/2022 £5,000 £4,657,346 THE SUSSEX COMMUNITY FOUNDATION to support grantmaking in Sussex
07/12/2022 £5,000 £214,402 TAXI CHARITY FOR MILITARY VETERANS to support taking 24 World War II Veterans aged between 95 and 101 to the annual D-Day Landings event in Normandy in June 2023.
07/12/2022 £5,000 £14,358,934 THE OLD VIC THEATRE TRUST 2000 to support Lambeth residents aged 16-30 (NEET) to gain the skills, confidence and experience needed to find jobs through paid work experience and employability workshops.
07/12/2022 £4,650 £12,504 THE POIRIER FOUNDATION to support the increase in the number of lunch sessions offered to bring beneficiaries most worried about switching off appliances during the winter to be in a warm environment in the community hall.
07/12/2022 £5,000 £187,791 THE ROAD TO RECOVERY TRUST to support the expansion of the Thriving in Recovery Programme for it to become a core service. This enables more vulnerable and isolated individuals tackle addiction and prevent addiction relapses.
07/12/2022 £5,000 £382,110 TOM'S TRUST to support expert psychological support provided for every child with a brain tumour in the UK and their family from the point of diagnosis until they enter adult services.
07/12/2022 £5,000 £112,243 WEST KENT DEBT ADVICE to support the costs of fully trained debt advisers and 40 volunteers based in Tonbridge but supporting clients across the West Kent region.
07/12/2022 £4,850 £516,362 YOUNG & INSPIRED LTD to support the Mind Your Own Business programme which supports young women and teenage mothers to access entry to employment and develop healthy relationships and attitudes about money.
23/11/2022 £500 £118,581 THE BLACK AND MINORITY ETHNIC YOUNG PEOPLES' PROJECT to support social inclusion
23/11/2022 £500 £1,975,412 KIDS INSPIRE to support youth and confidence
23/11/2022 £5,000 MOSSBOURNE COMMUNITY ACADEMY Bursary
23/11/2022 £500 £1,418,060 STUDENTS ORGANISING FOR SUSTAINABILITY to support youth
21/10/2022 £2,000 £14,675,195 ARMY BENEVOLENT FUND to support veterans
21/10/2022 £2,000 £435,405 PCC OF ALL HALLOWS BROMLEY BY BOW Revitalising community life
21/10/2022 £2,000 ALL SAINTS CHURCH PCC, CALDECOTE Revitalising community life
21/10/2022 £5,000 £5,645,000 CHANCE TO SHINE FOUNDATION LTD to support core costs.
21/10/2022 £9,500 £3,178,258 CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON ART SCHOOL LIMITED Bursary
21/10/2022 £3,000 £3,178,258 CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON ART SCHOOL LIMITED Bursary
21/10/2022 £3,000 £146,900,000 THE CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON INSTITUTE Bursary
21/10/2022 £3,000 £39,175 THE CITY AND METROPOLITAN WELFARE CHARITY to support prison leavers.
21/10/2022 £8,000 £29,723 CITY OF LONDON FREEMEN'S SCHOOL BURSARY FUND Bursary
21/10/2022 £8,000 £72,274 CLS BURSARY AND AWARDS FUND Bursary
21/10/2022 £8,000 CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL FOR GIRLS BURSARY FUND Bursary
21/10/2022 £3,000 £190,552 FIRST AID NURSING YEOMANRY (PRINCESS ROYAL'S VOLUNTEER CORPS) (FANY(PRVC)) Bursary
21/10/2022 £1,000 HENRY BOX COLLECTION Bursary
21/10/2022 £15,000 £9,754,824 IMPERIAL COLLEGE UNION Bursary
21/10/2022 £5,000 £111,758 MANSION HOUSE SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME Bursary
21/10/2022 £27,800 MOSSBOURNE COMMUNITY ACADEMY Bursary
21/10/2022 £10,000 NO GOING BACK - MERCERS COMPANY LIVERY INITIATIVE to support prison leavers to transform their lives, realise their potential, and escape the justice system for good through intensive group programmes for people inside prison, followed by 1:1 coaching and holistic support after release.
21/10/2022 £1,500 OUNDLE PARISH CHURCH (ST PETER'S) Revitalising community life
21/10/2022 £175,000 £1,198,000 THE OUNDLE SCHOOL FOUNDATION Bursary
21/10/2022 £5,000 £84,221 PETERBOROUGH GOOD STEWARDS TRUST to support core costs.
21/10/2022 £7,500 £21,785,000 THE LONDON ORPHAN ASYLUM (REED'S SCHOOL) Bursary
21/10/2022 £6,000 ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART Bursary
21/10/2022 £500 £76,544 SOUTHEND BOYS' CHOIR AND SOUTHEND GIRLS' CHOIR CIO to support young people.
21/10/2022 £5,000 £1,206,162 SPEAKERS TRUST LIMITED to support youth and confidence
21/10/2022 £2,000 ST BARNABAS, HOMERTON Revitalising community life
21/10/2022 £2,000 ST JOHN THE BAPTIST, PARISH OF STONE, DINTON & HARTWELL PCC Revitalising community life
21/10/2022 £2,000 ST LADOCA, LADOCK Revitalising community life
21/10/2022 £2,000 ST MARY BOW & HOLY TRINITY BOW CHURCH (MILE END) Revitalising community life
21/10/2022 £2,000 ST MARY VIRGIN, NORTHILL PCC Revitalising community life
21/10/2022 £5,000 ST MARY-LE-BOW, CHEAPSIDE Revitalising community life
21/10/2022 £2,000 ST MARY'S CHURCH, BUCKNELL Revitalising community life
21/10/2022 £2,000 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST MATTHEW, HIGHFIELD Revitalising community life
21/10/2022 £2,800 ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS, WATERFORD Revitalising community life
21/10/2022 £5,000 £4,351,098 ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL FOUNDATION to support the cathedral upkeep
21/10/2022 £10,352 £4,351,098 ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL FOUNDATION Bursary
21/10/2022 £2,000 ST PETER'S CHURCH, UGBOROUGH Revitalising community life
21/10/2022 £4,500 £18,918,000 THE LICHFIELD DIOCESAN BOARD OF FINANCE (INCORPORATED) Revitalising community life
21/10/2022 £3,000 ST STEPHEN, WALBROOK Revitalising community life
21/10/2022 £13,310 £3,051,175 THE ELMS (COLWALL) LIMITED Bursary
21/10/2022 £10,000 £1,979,954 THE GUILDHALL SCHOOL TRUST Bursary
21/10/2022 £5,000 £2,168,895 THE LORD MAYOR'S APPEAL Revitalising community life
21/10/2022 £2,000 £175,124 TRANSFORMATION CPR to support a foodback
21/10/2022 £10,250 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON (JUBILEE) Bursary
21/10/2022 £10,000 £39,180,000 VOLUNTARY SERVICE OVERSEAS to support overseas volunteers
17/10/2022 £5,000 £262,430,000 DISASTERS EMERGENCY COMMITTEE £10 could provide vital hygiene supplies for two people. Our funding will support 1,000 individuals.
27/09/2022 £10,529 £72,274 CLS BURSARY AND AWARDS FUND towards 50% bursary costs for emergency funding of a Ukraine refugee age 15.
22/06/2022 £4,000 YOUNG SPEAKERS SCOTLAND (SCIO) Towards programme costs to deliver free Speak up Scotland (SuS) workshops in financially deprived areas in Scotland. Targeted State school pupils are introduced to debating increasing confidence, achievement, and scope for future employability.
22/06/2022 £5,000 £892,473 WEST KENT MIND Towards core costs to help enable the charity to strengthen its organisational capacity to meet the increasing demand for services, especially free, fast-track 6-8 week counselling for victims of domestic abuse and others in critical urgent need.
22/06/2022 £5,000 £452,571 THE THEODORA CHILDREN'S CHARITY Towards programme costs to have 26 Giggle Doctors visit children aged 0-18 in 26 hospital and hospice partners throughout England and increasingly online.
22/06/2022 £4,900 £57,124 THE YOUTH COUNSELLING PROJECT towards programme costs to provide 100 free listening and signposting services for 10 children to respond to an increase in demand from Seaford children during the past year (180%).
22/06/2022 £625 WORMWOOD SCRUBS PONY CENTRE Towards equine educational sesssions for children
22/06/2022 £5,000 £1,276,908 THE LISTENING PLACE Towards core costs our funding will support 20 suicidal people to receive the compassionate care they so desperately need, for as many times they need support, over a 12-month period.
22/06/2022 £5,000 THE HYDRATION FOUNDATION Towards core costs to provide Hydrants to 500-750 people in need to improve the quality of life of disabled people and to relieve pressure on front-line healthcare.
22/06/2022 £5,000 £61,053 THE FROZEN ARK PROJECT Towards core costs that would enable recruiting new volunteers, including young people, undertaking DBS, induction, training and supervision to document, conserve, increase biodiversity and protect the ecosystem by collecting and freezing DNA.
22/06/2022 £5,000 £227,280 THE BRECK FOUNDATION Towards core costs of hiring the charity's first full-time Education Programme Coordinator. As well as delivering presentations in schools, the coordinator will expand the Programme, and build sustainable and strategic partnerships.
22/06/2022 £5,000 £11,235,000 THE BRAIN TUMOUR CHARITY Support for those with brain tumours
22/06/2022 £5,000 THE BIG ISSUE FOUNDATION Towards core costs to deliver expert housing, health, financial and ETE support to 150 Big Issue vendors in the City and East London hardest hit by reduced footfall on the streets (sales down 43%).
22/06/2022 £5,000 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST MATTHEW, HIGHFIELD Church fabric upkeep
22/06/2022 £5,000 £51,985,000 SCOPE Towards supporting disabled people
22/06/2022 £5,000 £370,373 RABBLE THEATRE Towards programme costs to provide a structured, high-quality, paid internship for two early-career actors who identify as neurodivergent. Interns acquire new skills, make contacts, gain career advice and enjoy a professional experience.
22/06/2022 £2,000 £176,735 MAKING MIRACLES Towards programme costs to provide free bereavement/trauma counselling and other support services at Village Halls for families affected by baby loss, including miscarriage.
22/06/2022 £4,000 LIGHT UP LEARNING Towards programme costs to support 40+ young people not in traditional school to participate in a learning enhancement trip which allows young people to make social connections and steps toward careers.
22/06/2022 £2,000 LEIGHTON LINSLADE HELPERS Towards programme costs of buying a Community Fridge fridge/freezer. Since the COVID pandemic, rising costs, less car ownership and job loss, more people are in need of support.
22/06/2022 £4,000 £243,346 KIDS IN MUSEUMS Towards programme costs of a UK-Wide Takeover Day an annual day which improves access to over 70 museums and heritage sites by enabling children and young people to participate in their work by taking on adult jobs.
22/06/2022 £5,000 £67,397 INTERCLIMATE TRUST towards core costs associated with enhancing the impact of their Climate Action Toolkit, a package of support for climate action in schools, by delivering additional pathways to help implement climate action plans and sustain change.
22/06/2022 £4,800 £420,200 HOSPITALITY AND HOPE Towards programme costs to stock their Community Foodbank Shop. The shop will support up to 140 families at any one time.
22/06/2022 £4,386 £12,791 HOPE FOR PAEDIATRIC EPILEPSY - LONDON Towards the programme cost to provide 20 anti-suffocation pillows to children and young people under the age of 19 who have epilepsy.
22/06/2022 £4,058 £207,533 HOME-START CAMBRIDGESHIRE towards programme costs to support more struggling families with volunteer home visiting.
22/06/2022 £2,195 £240,115 HEADWAY PORTSMOUTH AND SOUTH-EAST HAMPSHIRE Towards core costs of hiring a new support worker and supplies to deliver a 6-month craft project to help 24 service users as they continue to have heightened anxiety, frustration and stress as a result of the COVID pandemic.
22/06/2022 £2,500 £234,333 HACKNEY CARIBBEAN ELDERLY ORGANISATION Towards core costs to expand services to elders in the Hackney Caribbean community, such as a befriending programme, exercise and creative sessions.
22/06/2022 £4,000 £114,270 FRIENDS AND PLACES TOGETHER Towards core costs to provide social outings for 120 people a year aged 16-25 who have learning difficulties and mental health problems to overcome the effects of social isolation.
22/06/2022 £625 £2,261,126 FAMILY HOLIDAY CHARITY Towards a life time trip for children
22/06/2022 £1,865 £1,456,468 DREAMFLIGHT Towards a life time trip for children
22/06/2022 £5,000 £263,939 CAFLO (COMMUNITY ACTIONS FOR LOCAL OPPORTUNITIES) Towards project costs to recruit and train a group of volunteers to inspire and empower a group of disadvantaged young people to deliver a social action project.
22/06/2022 £3,500 £382,730 BOURNEMOUTH FOODBANK Towards core costs supporting struggling families with babies and young children in Bournemouth, a high deprivation area. The charity offers free baby clothes, essential baby items, maternity wear and hygiene products.
22/06/2022 £5,000 £133,427 BRAMBER BAKEHOUSE Towards core costs to provide an 8-week therapeutical baking programme for 12 women. The programme includes wellbeing and employability skills for female survivors of trafficking.
22/06/2022 £500 £416,722 BESSELS GREEN BAPTIST CHURCH Revitalising community life
22/06/2022 £5,000 £89,292 BASINGSTOKE NEIGHBOURCARE Towards core costs offering elderly people in the Basingstoke area a Monday to Friday volunteer accompanied car transport service to GP and hospital appointments; plus, a befriending service meeting for coffee, lunch, social and exercise clubs.
22/06/2022 £5,000 £344,846 ARUNDEL CASTLE CRICKET FOUNDATION Towards programme costs offering a series of first-time experiences for 300 young people using cricket, bushcraft, yoga and mindfulness, visits to the Castle, beach trips and a residential stay at Woodland Residential centre.
22/06/2022 £5,000 £8,624,711 ALMEIDA THEATRE COMPANY LIMITED Towards project costs supporting and nurturing 56 future designers, technicians, and stage managers by delivering two 13 week programmes for young people aged 14-18 and 18-25. The workshops are led by experienced artists.
29/04/2022 £3,000 £442,577 YOUNG PEOPLE'S TRUST FOR THE ENVIRONMENT Towards school lessons for teachers and educational programmes that aim to give young people clear and balanced information on a wide range of environmental issues to understand climate change, plastic pollution, deforestation and endangered species.
29/04/2022 £5,000 UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Bursary
29/04/2022 £3,200 £182,707 TURNER'S HOUSE TRUST towards core costs to provide participants with local heritage and art activities that they may not ordinarily have access to due to social, health and economic barriers.
29/04/2022 £5,000 £335,172 THE TALENT TAP towards programme costs for talented school leavers helping them combat the inequality created by socioeconomic disadvantage by offering support during their journey through higher education and into employment.
29/04/2022 £5,000 £243,184 THE SEPARATED CHILD FOUNDATION towards core costs to provide arrival and sleep packs to refugee children, separated from family, claiming asylum in the UK.
29/04/2022 £3,500 £23,048 THE SENSORY PLACE towards programme costs for animal interaction therapy for children and young people with disabilities, including autism and behavioural challenges.
29/04/2022 £5,000 £119,518 THE CARLIE TUFNELL CHARITABLE TRUST towards core costs to help this new charity support people with mental health illnesses so that young lives can be improved and even saved.
29/04/2022 £5,000 £342,629 BRISTOL NATURAL HISTORY CONSORTIUM towards programme costs for the Festival of Nature kick-off Action Day for businesses, schools and community groups to take part in volunteering, outdoor activities, planting and wildlife recording.
29/04/2022 £5,000 £311,584 THE ANNE ROBSON TRUST towards core costs to respond to the huge increase in demand they experienced since the first wave of Covid-19, which continues to rise.
29/04/2022 £5,000 TEAPOT TRUST towards programme costs to extend the reach of an online art therapy service in the Scottish Highlands for one-to-one art psychotherapy sessions for children and young people with a chronic or long-term condition.
29/04/2022 £6,000 £1,418,060 STUDENTS ORGANISING FOR SUSTAINABILITY Towards programme costs of organising campaigns to improve the English education system around the climate emergency and ecological crisis. It supports school pupils to run campaigns, and it ran a successful parliamentary reception in February 2020.
29/04/2022 £500 £345,819 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST MARY MAGDALENE, PADDINGTON Revitalising community life
29/04/2022 £5,000 OUR TIME towards programme costs to develop a professional development programme to inform and educate the different professionals who meet children who have a parent with a mental illness so they can understand specific needs and know how to support them.
29/04/2022 £5,000 £440,281 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE INDEPENDENT DOMESTIC ABUSE SERVICES(NIDAS) towards core costs to deliver vital short-term support to domestic abuse victims in the community.
29/04/2022 £5,000 £131,249 LITTLE TROOPERS towards programme costs providing Little Troopers at School resources to primary schools including a wellbeing course template and a resource hub full of resources including lesson plans, activities and everything to help schools start a Forces Life Club.
29/04/2022 £4,500 SKYE ENVIRONMENTAL CENTRE LTD towards programme costs to reunite children with the environment, and empower them to make a difference by working with environmental groups and partnerships to remove plastic from the ocean.
29/04/2022 £5,000 £207,533 HOME-START CAMBRIDGESHIRE Towards supporting families post covid
29/04/2022 £5,000 £267,539 FULHAM GOOD NEIGHBOUR SERVICE towards programme costs of a Decorating service supporting older people, particularly those with disabilities and who are housebound. The beneficiaries may not have had redecorating done for several decades often suffering the ill effects of mould.
29/04/2022 £2,000 £91,063 EXPOSURE ORGANISATION LIMITED towards programme costs for young people to develop personal responses into engaging digital outputs, shared widely on Exposure's website and social media.
29/04/2022 £5,000 £250,032 ECOBIRMINGHAM towards core costs to deliver three programmes in schools and the wider community that focus on taking positive environmental action and helping others do the same.
29/04/2022 £4,780 £875,488 DOORSTEP LIBRARY NETWORK towards core costs to enable home visits with families in some of the most disadvantaged estates in London bringing the gift of books and joy of reading directly into the homes of children who need support.
29/04/2022 £5,000 £259,157 DOCTORS IN DISTRESS towards core costs to engage a part-time social media expert to augment efforts to identify hard-to-reach health professionals and raise awareness of the mental health support available.
29/04/2022 £5,000 £38,087 COUNSELLING IN THE COMMUNITY towards core costs of the travel and professional fees of the volunteer placement counsellors who are gaining experience to become qualified therapists.
29/04/2022 £5,000 £518,605 CHRISTIAN ACTION AND RESOURCE ENTERPRISE LTD towards programme costs of its furniture drop-off and collections service. Offering beds, tables and chairs, sofas, wardrobes, pots and pans and clothing items and delivering them to people in need for free.
29/04/2022 £5,000 £743,469 BUILDING HEROES EDUCATION FOUNDATION towards core costs of partnering with major construction firms and training providers to deliver a range of pathways to employment for their beneficiaries.
29/04/2022 £5,000 £120,778 ASPIRATIONS PROGRAM CIO towards programme costs for their outreach work with women who are living in tents and involved in sex work. They find emergency and permanent accommodation and addiction recovery support.
29/04/2022 £5,000 £134,984 ARDENT THEATRE COMPANY towards programme costs to help young graduates outside London, who face financial barriers, move towards employment in theatre or the arts sector.
29/04/2022 £1,500 £8,624,711 ALMEIDA THEATRE COMPANY LIMITED Towards theatre education workshops
29/04/2022 £1,434 £282,638 AIMING HIGHER FOR THE DISABLED COMMUNITY towards programme costs to deliver a day trip for disabled children and their families in Blackpool, the most deprived area in England.
29/04/2022 £3,000 ADVOCACY ORKNEY towards core costs to expand self-directed advocacy for up to 300 vulnerable people living in remote areas.
01/04/2022 £40,000 £262,430,000 DISASTERS EMERGENCY COMMITTEE Ukraine war relief
24/03/2022 £10,000 £2,064,957 THE KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA FOUNDATION Towards participatory grantmaking (residents make the grant decisions) to help disadvantaged residents in K+C increase skills, confidence, and access to employment.
16/03/2022 £2,500 £279,068 WILTS & BERKS CANAL TRUST Towards core costs to improve volunteer management, measured by the number of new volunteers inducted to help carry out a biodiversity survey.
16/03/2022 £5,000 £482,323 EMMANUEL GROUP OF CHURCHES Towards programme costs for a befriending service that helps people cope with isolation through the pandemic, specifically supporting families experiencing domestic abuse.
16/03/2022 £5,000 UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS Towards programme costs for a geology field trip for BSc students in need of financial support.
16/03/2022 £5,000 £56,467 UK VETERANS HEARING FOUNDATION Towards core costs to support veterans with hearing loss for hearing aid purchase, fitting, Tinnitus Mental Health support, and aftercare.
16/03/2022 £5,000 £722,804 THE ROSEMARY FOUNDATION LIMITED Towards core costs of at-home hospice care to alleviate pressure on the NHS caused by COVID and so loved ones can remain with an individual as life draws to a close.
16/03/2022 £5,000 £78,873 THE LIPPY PEOPLE CHARITABLE TRUST Towards project costs of a 10-week video storytelling, coaching, and peer conversation to improve mental health for older people struggling to cope with loneliness following bereavement to share the learning they have experienced.
16/03/2022 £2,000 PROTECT OUR WINTERS UK Towards core costs of delivering the charity?s 8-hour UN-accredited Carbon Literacy Training service to 180 additional people in 2022.
16/03/2022 £5,000 £740,252 ORCHID CANCER APPEAL Towards the core costs of providing educational support to men diagnosed with penile and testicular cancer and raising awareness of this rare condition.
16/03/2022 £3,000 £293,004 OMEGA, THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR END OF LIFE CARE Towards programme costs related to A Letter from Louise, a nationwide letter-writing programme aimed at isolated older people. Volunteer letter writers are matched with elders based on an elder's interests.
16/03/2022 £3,000 £5,097 NINETEENTH CIRCLE Towards core costs to provide 4 young people 6 two-hour music sessions.
16/03/2022 £1,111 £94,219 MOSS SIDE FIRE STATION BOXING CLUB CIO Towards project costs for 25-30 disadvantaged young people, ages 12-16, in the (deprivation area) Moss Side in Manchester. The programme will consist of physical and mental wellbeing sessions and a community-building project.
16/03/2022 £1,817 £1,819,960 MID AND SOUTH ESSEX NHS FOUNDATION TRUST CHARITY Towards supporting the training of hospital staff and providing state of the art equipment.
16/03/2022 £5,000 £689,285 MAGGS DAY CENTRE Towards core costs in response to COVID to support the growing number of people who are homeless and who are hard to reach, and may have a mental illness or addiction. Support is complex, but being ready to live in a permanent home can be achievable.
16/03/2022 £4,640 £1,631,689 KIDS INSPIRE Towards core costs to provide therapeutic support for children and young people affected by disordered eating, including anorexia, bulimia, and Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (AFRID). Additionally, suicidal ideation.
16/03/2022 £4,984 £125,205 JIGSAW (BURY) Towards project costs to deliver a social or sports activity programme for young disabled adults aged 13+.
16/03/2022 £4,987 £21,620 HOTHOUSE THEATRE Towards the full project costs of creating online audio content for young people?s creative ideas to be realised. Young people will create chat show style podcasts; local news bulletins, and audio dramas/sketches.
16/03/2022 £5,000 £79,456 GLOUCESTERSHIRE BUNDLES Towards cost costs to operate the warehouse where they house emergency packs of clothing, equipment and toiletries for pregnant women and families with children up to the age of 16 who find themselves in crises.
16/03/2022 £2,000 £259,839 FUTURE TREES TRUST Towards improving the number of seeds that will grow into trees producing up to 20% more timber, carbon sequestration and improving natural habitat.
16/03/2022 £5,000 £15,968,928 DEBRA Towards project costs to deliver a comprehensive community support service to people living with a skin blistering disease so they can cope with the consequences of living with such a debilitating, painful and isolating illness.
16/03/2022 £5,000 £401,866 BOSP BRIGHTER OPPORTUNITIES FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE Towards project costs supporting young people with disabilities by providing independence skills training: learning about money handling, travel, road awareness, communication and decision-making skills.
16/03/2022 £5,000 £256,357 BLIND IN BUSINESS TRUST Towards core costs to provide 5 visually impaired people in the City training to develop career plans, raising their confidence and giving them the skills to gain employment.
16/03/2022 £5,000 £58,004 THE BLACK AND MINORITY ETHNIC YOUNG PEOPLES' PROJECT Towards project costs for mentoring and tutoring young people who have anxieties over catching Covid-19 and the impacts of the lockdowns, missing education, and how this would affect applications to higher education.
16/03/2022 £5,000 £250,935 BE FREE YOUNG CARERS LTD Toward core costs funding the young carers befriending programme volunteer DBS and training costs and weekly respite activities costs.
16/03/2022 £5,000 £102,698 ASBESTOS SUPPORT CENTRAL ENGLAND Towards core costs funding the employment of a new part-time administrator to free up the time of three caseworkers to expand work into Gloucestershire, where there is currently no support available.
16/03/2022 £1,419 £16,318,602 AFGHANAID Towards supporting work in Afghanistan improving livelihoods, strengthening the rights of women and responding to humanitarian emergencies.
04/01/2022 £52,380 £2,777,074 THE HOUSE OF ST BARNABAS Supporting those who find themselves homeless into employment and accommodation
04/01/2022 £54,265 £2,725,887 MQ: TRANSFORMING MENTAL HEALTH Towards research into treating and preventing mental health illnesses.
16/12/2021 £4,500 £107,006 YOUNG PEOPLE'S PUPPET THEATRE Towards project cost to fully fund providing 180 children with high-quality materials to make a puppet they are incredibly proud of, and memories and skills to last a lifetime.
16/12/2021 £5,000 WILD THINGS! ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION IN ACTION Towards project costs to fully fund building a yurt and providing furnishings. The yurt will be multi-purpose and fully accessible to be used for well-being and nature programmes, conservation community-based activities.
16/12/2021 £5,000 £296,350 TOURETTE SYNDROME (UK) ASSOCIATION TRADING AS TOURETTES ACTION Towards project costs of one event where children and adults with Tourettes syndrome can meet, share experiences and understand that although they have an impairment, society disables them from participating by eroding confidence.
16/12/2021 £5,000 £124,726 THE ULYSSES TRUST Towards project costs representing 25% of the cost of supporting a domestic adventure training expedition application for Greater London Cadets.
16/12/2021 £5,000 £204,927 THE RECRUITMENT JUNCTION Towards the core cost of a recruitment consultant salary supporting ex-offenders into work in the northeast.
16/12/2021 £5,000 £16,816 THE PRECIOUS TRUST Towards project costs for 20 support sessions for 50 young girls in crisis and at risk of exploitation and violent crime. Plus, staff specialist training to learn new approaches to help guide young people back into education, work or training.
16/12/2021 £5,000 £234,640 THE MARGINS PROJECT Towards core costs to deliver drop-in services like shower, food, laundry to meet basic survival necessities.
16/12/2021 £5,000 £129,908 THE GOED LIFE LIMITED Towards core costs to part-fund a job coach salary at their busy old fashioned sweet shop called The Sweet Bee. People with learning disabilities who complete initial coaching can start on-the-job training at the shop.
16/12/2021 £5,000 £358,668 THE COWSHED Towards core costs for the referrals team staff/volunteer cost, who assess client needs, pick and pack items and organise pick up or delivery.
16/12/2021 £5,000 £98,654 STREET PAWS Towards core costs of supporting homeless people with pets into services and accommodation by a kennel service and veterinary visits.
16/12/2021 £5,000 £696,267 SOMETHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO LIMITED Towards project costs to organise cottage breaks, restaurant meals, health and wellbeing experiences, and attraction tickets for people with a cancer diagnosis.
16/12/2021 £4,900 £390 REFUGEE EDUCATION FOR EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Towards core costs to send used laptops to 150 refugees over 12 months. Laptops will empower clients to break the cycle of poverty as they access UK services, education, job opportunities.
16/12/2021 £2,550 £25,060,000 PROSTATE CANCER UK Towards prostate cancer research.
16/12/2021 £5,000 £819,024 OVACOME Towards project costs to raise awareness of the disease for hard to reach people, e.g. having English as a second language and possible cultural differences.
16/12/2021 £5,000 £123,618 MARK EVISON FOUNDATION Towards the project costs of c. 25 student projects to cover travel, hired essential equipment, food, accommodation, and mandatory insurance.
16/12/2021 £4,795 £1,169,303 LIVE MUSIC NOW LIMITED Towards project costs to fund two LMN musicians in-residence at a care home for 10 weeks (10 half-day workshops), working alongside care staff to deliver regular weekly singing and music activities with residents.
16/12/2021 £4,000 £361,055 LITTLE HEARTS MATTER Towards core cost to part-fund their service and awareness costs.
16/12/2021 £3,500 £59,371 HOH CHARITABLE TRUST Towards programme costs to fully fund providing thermals or toiletries to those in great need.
16/12/2021 £2,500 £4,542 HIGH BARNET CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL Towards programme costs to fund the majority of the fees going to the professional musicians.
16/12/2021 £5,000 £169,791 GIVE US TIME Towards core costs to deliver free accommodation for new vets who may be living with an acquired disability.
16/12/2021 £5,000 £365,559 DEAFINITELY THEATRE Towards the core costs to fully fund the salary costs of delivering 6 deaf-led practical workshops exploring deaf domestic abuse and creating a permanent community discussion hub to offer long term support.
16/12/2021 £5,000 £253,153 CONTACT Towards programme costs to fully fund the costs of providing a safe and secure home for one young woman for over two months of their stay at Contact.
16/12/2021 £1,000 £119,188 CITY OF LONDON CHOIR Towards a performance at Barbican for 200 performers supporting artist fees.
16/12/2021 £5,000 £1,281,070 TINNITUS UK Towards core costs to fully fund the cost of eight weeks of the new Support Group Manager salary.
16/12/2021 £250 £3,472,000 ASPIRE ( ASSOCIATION FOR SPINAL INJURY RESEARCH REHABILITATION AND REINTEGRATION ) Towards core costs supporting people with neurological impairments.
16/12/2021 £250 £344,846 ARUNDEL CASTLE CRICKET FOUNDATION Towards core costs providing young people who need financial assistance and children with impairments cricket lessons.
16/12/2021 £5,000 £413,804 ABANDOFBROTHERS Towards the full project costs of a Rights of Passage weekend in Cornwall for 40 men on the cusp of crime or hardship (equipment, food, venue).
03/12/2021 £500 £21,257 LUNG PRODUCTIONS CIO Education event award
03/12/2021 £500 £257,003 INTOART PROJECTS Education event award
03/12/2021 £500 £857,558 ENVIRONMENTAL VISION Education event award
03/12/2021 £5,000 £157,133 CHELSEA ACADEMY FOUNDATION Education event award
22/10/2021 £1,967 £6,424,000 WHIZZ-KIDZ Providing mobility devices to young adults.
22/10/2021 £10,000 £38,809,000 VOLUNTARY SERVICE OVERSEAS Towards UK volunteers who support people living overseas and in poverty or other challenging circumstances.
22/10/2021 £5,000 £2,463,706 THE LORD MAYOR'S APPEAL Towards the This is Me programme (changing attitudes around mental health to create healthier and more inclusive workplaces).
22/10/2021 £10,000 £1,979,954 THE GUILDHALL SCHOOL TRUST Bursary
22/10/2021 £13,310 £3,051,175 THE ELMS (COLWALL) LIMITED Bursary
22/10/2021 £5,000 £10,625,000 THE BRAIN TUMOUR CHARITY Towards core costs of researching the causes and treatments of brain tumours.
22/10/2021 £500 £10,625,000 THE BRAIN TUMOUR CHARITY Support for those with brain tumours
22/10/2021 £10,352 £1,354,639 ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL FOUNDATION Bursary
22/10/2021 £5,000 £1,354,639 ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL FOUNDATION Towards the upkeep on St Paul's Cathedral.
22/10/2021 £2,000 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST MATTHEW, HIGHFIELD Revitalising community life
22/10/2021 £1,000 £29,742,000 THE SOLDIERS, SAILORS, AIRMEN AND FAMILIES ASSOCIATION - FORCES HELP Towards lifelong support to serving men and women and veterans from the British Armed Forces and their families or dependents.
22/10/2021 £7,500 £21,785,000 THE LONDON ORPHAN ASYLUM (REED'S SCHOOL) Bursary
22/10/2021 £500 £30,369,347 PARKINSON'S DISEASE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED KINGDOM Support for those with Parkinson's disease
22/10/2021 £150,000 £1,198,000 THE OUNDLE SCHOOL FOUNDATION Bursary
22/10/2021 £750 £539,070 MELTON MENCAP Disability support
22/10/2021 £5,000 £133,810 MANSION HOUSE SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME Towards scholarship support for an international student.
22/10/2021 £2,000 £48,195 KINGSTON SAMARITANS Support for those with mental health issues
22/10/2021 £11,250 £9,754,824 IMPERIAL COLLEGE UNION Bursary
22/10/2021 £5,000 £16,449 THE HOLLAND PARK SCHOOL CHARITY Award Scheme
22/10/2021 £1,000 HENRY BOX COLLECTION Bursary
22/10/2021 £3,000 £162,220 FIRST AID NURSING YEOMANRY (PRINCESS ROYAL'S VOLUNTEER CORPS) (FANY(PRVC)) Uniform and training support
22/10/2021 £8,000 £1,005,759 CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL FOR GIRLS BURSARY FUND Bursary
22/10/2021 £8,000 £241,560 CLS BURSARY AND AWARDS FUND Bursary
22/10/2021 £8,000 £43,225 CITY OF LONDON FREEMEN'S SCHOOL BURSARY FUND Bursary
22/10/2021 £3,000 £33,625 THE CITY AND METROPOLITAN WELFARE CHARITY Towards prison related initiatives.
22/10/2021 £3,000 £146,900,000 THE CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON INSTITUTE Bursary
22/10/2021 £9,500 £3,178,258 CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON ART SCHOOL LIMITED Bursary
22/10/2021 £3,000 £3,178,258 CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON ART SCHOOL LIMITED Bursary
22/10/2021 £10,000 £3,178,258 CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON ART SCHOOL LIMITED Towards COVID-19 relief support, students with mental health concerns and safeguarding measures.
22/10/2021 £2,500 £407,957 CHRIST CHURCH SOUTHAMPTON CIO Revitalising community life
22/10/2021 £2,000 £375,411 PCC OF ALL HALLOWS BROMLEY BY BOW Revitalising community life
22/10/2021 £2,000 £13,387,894 ARMY BENEVOLENT FUND Going toward the annual Big Curry Lunch.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £164,077 THE WESSEX HERITAGE TRUST Towards core costs such as rent, insurance, IT, supplies to keep delivering an increasing amount of Memory Boxes as the charity grows its size and impact.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £150,004 THE CREATIVE DIMENSION TRUST Towards core costs of thirty workshops and ten work experience placements to give young people the skills and confidence to pursue a career in which core hand skills are essential, e.g. creative, architecture, engineering and surgery sectors.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £320,203 THE CHRONICLE SUNSHINE FUND Towards project costs to purchase essential life equipment for 20 children with complex needs and their families. Vulnerable children no longer have access to education facilities, vital therapies and respite services due to the pandemic.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £498,466 TALENT-ED EDUCATION Towards core costs specifically for the leadership team, to plan and implement growth plans to double the number of tutored young people to 1,000 by the end of 2021.
02/06/2021 £3,000 £273,413 TAKING FLIGHT THEATRE COMPANY Towards core costs to create three Deaf performer-led (online) outdoor theatrical fully disability accessible interactive adventures.
02/06/2021 £5,000 TAKE A PRIDE IN PERTHSHIRE Towards project costs to create a community green space and garden to increase the diversity of bird, animal and insect visitors and boost the village's local economy.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £389,567 STRENGTH & LEARNING THROUGH HORSES Towards core costs of providing 5 NEET young people with 35 two-hour equine therapy and work experience programmes to meet the increased need due to COVID-19.
02/06/2021 £2,000 £8,304,572 ST WILFRID'S HOSPICE (EASTBOURNE) Towards project costs to purchase more glide sheets due to the high usage during the high numbers of COVID-19 patients.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £168,213 CAP UK Received the award in (nil)
02/06/2021 £5,000 £761,134 SOUTH DOWNS NATIONAL PARK TRUST Towards project costs to extend The Egrets Way, a mixed-use path for walkers and cyclists and wheelchair users and families from Lewes to Newhaven. Grocers' support would pay for signage, access furniture (gates), cycle park, picnic tables.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £74,910 ONE KING MINISTRIES Towards core costs to part-fund expanding the number of arts and crafts meetups and other activities to reach more older people in Havering to help combat the scourge of loneliness and isolation.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £20,597,547 ROYAL BRITISH LEGION INDUSTRIES LTD. Towards core costs of providing disability adapted apartments, one which will be named after the Grocers.
02/06/2021 £2,700 £48,686 PURBECK INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL LIMITED To support an annual world-class festival of chamber music in the Purbeck Island, Dorset, in churches with the community and school children audiences.
02/06/2021 £4,320 £91,593 PHOSPHOROS THEATRE Towards core costs to support a theatre production made by and for 7 refugee performers, plus audience engagement activity with social distancing and enhanced safety measures.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £18,580,000 THE HOUSE OF THE BLESSED MARY THE VIRGIN IN OXFORD, COMMONLY CALLED ORIEL COLLEGE, OF THE FOUNDATION OF EDWARD THE SECOND OF FAMOUS MEMORY SOMETIME KI Conservation of historic buildings (not Places of Worship which is covered elsewhere)
02/06/2021 £5,000 THE OPEN DOOR CENTRE Towards core costs of counselling support for c. 21 families to better cope with and improve their children's mental health.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £500,254 NORTH BRISTOL ADVICE CENTRE Towards core costs of their advisory service enabling the charity to handle 300+ additional cases this year due to the pandemic. This intervention will improve financial situations in the long term, avoiding homelessness and improving well-being.
02/06/2021 £4,665 £118,861 THE NENE VALLEY CARE TRUST Towards project costs of purchasing cold-weather clothing and bedding and the communications needs (TV licences and Mobile top-ups) of 15 young people over 12 months.
02/06/2021 £2,000 £378,980 KIDSCAN LIMITED Towards project costs of one student research placement to further childhood cancer treatment research. The award provides the student with all the project's consumables, such as the chemicals, equipment, cells and biochemicals.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £335,182 INSIGHT - COUNSELLING COACHING AND SUPPORT SERVICES Towards core costs of hiring a Veterans Liaison and Support Officer to respond to a counselling referral increase of 40%, due to the pandemic, helping veterans and their families before personal or family traumas reach a crisis point.
02/06/2021 £3,000 £232,186 HEAR ME OUT MUSIC Towards core costs of a 12-month programme for immigration centre detainees (up to 400). They will deliver creative resource packs, music podcasts, and artist-led online workshops. During COVID, suspended visits and activities cause higher stress levels.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £144,793 HEAD2HEAD THEATRE Towards project costs for a Sensory Squad YouTube video, which explores everyday settings and offers disabled actors work experience as guest presenters. The videos can be downloaded and watched at a time that suits the children and their families.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £201,997 HANDS ON LONDON Towards project costs of recruiting and supervising volunteers, researching charities and community groups to pass on coat donations and publicity to encourage more people to donate winter coats to meet higher demand due to COVID.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £411,798 FROZEN LIGHT Towards core costs to create an outdoor storytelling installation, providing audiences (up to 150) with profound and multiple impairments with an enchanting sensory experience.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £65,963 DRUNKEN CHORUS Towards project costs providing young/emerging disabled artists with a bursary to develop and perform live at the A Bit of A Do Festival at Stanley Arts in South London in October 2021.
02/06/2021 £600 £28,778 DEVIZES AND DISTRICT FOODBANK Empowering those who experience homelessness
02/06/2021 £4,000 £47,726 CURLEW ACTION Towards project costs to support the development and delivery of a fieldworker's toolkit, an online guide to the best-practice in curlew conservation fieldwork, surveying techniques, data gathering, nest finding, chick handling &c.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £108,067 CLEARVISION PROJECT Towards core costs of providing dual print and braille children’s books and a free postal lending library to UK families and organisations working with vision impaired children. Increased demand due to homeschooling during COVID.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £293,048 BEN'S CENTRE FOR VULNERABLE PEOPLE (SHEFFIELD) Towards project costs to provide practical training for people with alcohol and substance abuse - textile crafts, IT and mobile device training to complete benefit-related tasks, gardening and cook/eat sessions, plus tenancy support advice.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £336,383 BANKSIDE GALLERY LIMITED Towards project costs to modify their website, improve e-newsletter software, and pay additional staff time to collect and upload artwork and data to remain sustainable due to the pandemic.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £1,197,143 AWARDS FOR YOUNG MUSICIANS Towards core costs to fully support 10 of 150 Young Musicians £500 awards.
02/06/2021 £5,000 £3,472,000 ASPIRE ( ASSOCIATION FOR SPINAL INJURY RESEARCH REHABILITATION AND REINTEGRATION ) Towards project costs to provide specialist technology and rehabilitation for a young man with an acquired spinal injury so he can live as independently as possible.
02/06/2021 £4,500 £579,894 ANIMAL ANTIKS Towards core costs to provide 12-20 disadvantaged and disabled children and adults with 15 walk and talk sessions using animal therapy to help people over come social anxiety.
02/06/2021 £3,500 £4,317,219 AGE UK OXFORDSHIRE Towards project costs for marketing material for the Homeshare Service which matches older people who need help/companionship with a person who needs affordable accommodation and is happy to lend a hand. Demand has increased threefold since Covid-19.
24/03/2021 £5,000 £291,960 WOMEN AND HEALTH Towards core costs to support mental health counselling for women who experience(d) domestic abuse. The service is free or at a low-cost. 150 sessions (for 20 women) x £29 for each session = £4,350 and clinical supervision at £650.
24/03/2021 £5,000 £270,209 WALSALL SOCIETY FOR THE BLIND LIMITED Towards project costs to increase the duration of much-needed technology support for those with sight loss to upskill them to attend vital eye clinic appointments online, shop safely online and interact with others using technology.
24/03/2021 £5,000 £346,013 SKINNERS' MALMESBURY FOUNDATION An event in June engaging with many livery members, schools and the community to host live performances, arts, apprenticeship opportunities to showcase the City of London through a Becket family history lens.
24/03/2021 £2,500 £9,034 THE DEANS SENIOR TEA CLUB Towards core costs to create care parcels (£500) and the fittings and decorations (£2,000) of their new charity shop.
24/03/2021 £3,000 £162,269 THE BACH CHOIR Towards core costs to programme singing workshops with Years 4 and 5 in three primary schools. The children engaged are largely in receipt of free school meals.
24/03/2021 £5,000 £356,813 TEAM UP FOR SOCIAL MOBILITY LIMITED To support 10 weeks of online 1:2 group tuitions to raise maths and English attainment and an enrichment session to raise secondary students' aspirations.
24/03/2021 £3,500 £286,237 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST PHILEMON TOXTETH Empowering those who experience homelessness
24/03/2021 £1,500 £23,145 SOUTH WEST BLOOD BIKES Towards project costs for a free Blood Bike volunteer service to the NHS Hospitals and other healthcare providers, including COVID-19 swabs (both used and unused).
24/03/2021 £5,000 £598,266 THE COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF SHROPSHIRE Towards project costs. The NHS offers a post-in service for hearing aid repair, which takes up to 7 days. People with dementia or receiving end of life care cannot be without their aid. This charity needs more volunteers to fix hearing aids in the home.
24/03/2021 £5,000 £110,073 RT COMMUNITY PROJECTS LTD Towards core costs of a part-time support worker to support more people accessing the Open Art Surgery for people with mental illness and some struggling with suicidal thoughts.
24/03/2021 £5,000 £289,816 READ EASY UK Towards core costs of a new part-time Regional Adviser for London and the South East, who will recruit volunteers to pioneer and run new Read Easy groups in areas where literacy levels are low. The service is free and 1-1 coaching.
24/03/2021 £5,000 £67,298 PROUT BRIDGE PROJECT Towards programme costs to fund the majority of 1:1 support and group work in two local schools over the year. Helping young people learn how to recognise and manage their emotions, enabling them to make improvements in their lives.
24/03/2021 £3,500 £390,720 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ALL SOULS, EASTBOURNE Revitalising community life
24/03/2021 £5,000 £205,270 OSWIN PROJECTS Towards core costs of a Mentor Manager role who ensures the continued placement of Oswinners into employment and training, enabling individuals to fulfil their potential and changing lives for them, their families and communities.
24/03/2021 £4,421 £266,700 OPEN COUNTRY Towards project costs to fund a Countryside Activities Officer for 6 months, tools, materials and volunteer expenses. 25 adults with learning differences and mental ill-health will take part in conservation and access improvement projects.
24/03/2021 £2,500 £6,203,793 THE OAKHAVEN TRUST Supporting people with medical conditions
24/03/2021 £2,500 £178,648 NEW FOREST BASICS BANK Empowering those who experience homelessness
24/03/2021 £5,000 £389,914 KIDS CARE LONDON Towards core cost to provide 14 days of three nourishing meals at a summer playscheme benefitting 95 children with impairments (95 children x 3 meals x 14 days = 3,990 meals. £10,640 total cost means each meal costs £2.67).
24/03/2021 £5,000 £1,911,711 HORATIO'S GARDEN In 2019 we funded the development of the Stanmore garden. Due to loss of fundraising income, the request is to support the annual running costs of the garden.
24/03/2021 £5,000 GRINLING GIBBONS SOCIETY Towards project costs for an extraordinary exhibition of the celebrated medieval sculptor Grinling Gibbons work at Bonhams Compton Verney.
24/03/2021 £3,000 £100,985 GIVE IT YOUR MAX To support providing vulnerable young people in the UK's most deprived areas the opportunity to access sport (tennis), which is a tool for change. Plus any care packages to support learning.
24/03/2021 £5,000 £56,959 THE FRIENDS OF THE ROSE BOWL COVID. The pandemic has added an increase in support requests. Our funding would support hiring additional Youth Workers to deliver counselling and other types of assistance.
24/03/2021 £5,000 £6,778,581 ELLENOR Towards core costs to support the cost of Occupational Therapy for adults with long-term health conditions and life-limiting illness in North Kent.
24/03/2021 £400 £37,086 DEVIZES AND DISTRICT FOODBANK Wellbeing/Mental Health; Empowering those who experience homelessness
24/03/2021 £5,000 £287,000 DEAF CHOICES UK LIMITED Towards project costs of creating video versions of the Dandelion Books to enable deaf children to learn the basics of language. They develop an innate phonemic awareness and then use this visual memory of sounds to connect with written letters.
24/03/2021 £5,000 £210,687 CLEANUP UNITED KINGDOM Towards core costs to provide volunteers, people who want to tackle their local litter problem, the tools they need to get started and sustain litter-picking during a time of increased litter buildup due to COVID-19 (e.g. masks).
24/03/2021 £4,680 £168,213 CAP UK Towards core costs of three experienced facilitators to hold anti-abuse workshops in six schools. Facilitators will reach hundreds of children, and some of these will be victims of abuse. These facilitators work directly with children.
24/03/2021 £5,000 £2,202,305 THE LAKE DISTRICT CALVERT TRUST Contribute to prevent the closure of two Calvert Trust sites, a lifeline for children and adults living with impairments.
24/03/2021 £5,000 £646,492 BOW FOODBANK A grant of £5,000 would allow help provide emergency food support to around 1,100 children during the school holidays in August. £2.75 x 1100 x 4 weeks = £12,100.
24/03/2021 £5,000 £147,207 BEVERLEY COMMUNITY LIFT COVID. Supporting safe, accessible, door to door transport to postponed medical appointments and COVID vaccine appointments for any resident who cannot easily use other means of transportation.
24/03/2021 £5,000 £212,920 ARTS 4 DEMENTIA Part support six 8-week virtual or physical workshop programmes providing a stimulating, joyful social connection for people with dementia and carers. Plus 8 training sessions for arts facilitators and organisations.
24/03/2021 £5,000 £91,669 ARKBOUND FOUNDATION Towards project costs of providing 1-1 mentoring for 20 disadvantaged and socially excluded writers to develop their writing skills, gain valuable industry knowledge and further their development.
24/03/2021 £5,000 £5,342,427 ACTION MEDICAL RESEARCH Towards project costs to fund researchers at UCL with The Wellcome Sanger Institute investigating whether children have specific immune cell characteristics, making them less susceptible to Covid-19 to prevent or modify the disease in adults and children.
24/03/2021 £4,236 £566,561 AIDS CARE EDUCATION AND TRAINING Towards core costs to deliver 50 sex education sessions x 30 students in Southwark schools in the summer term 2021 for people aged 11-18.
04/02/2021 £5,000 £223,761 UP 'N AWAY Towards project costs to deliver breakfast packages once a week over 8 weeks to homes of vulnerable young people affected by the pandemic who cannot go out of the house, including those who have lost their jobs and cannot afford essential food bills.
04/02/2021 £1,000 £1,560,553 TOWER HAMLETS EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
04/02/2021 £5,000 £247,845 THE SOUTHMEAD PROJECT Towards core costs of one counsellor for 3-days a week over six months to deliver critical 1:1 counselling sessions for u16s who are experiencing abuse.
04/02/2021 £1,226 £2,276,018 THE REME CHARITY Supporting the physical, emotional and mental wellbeing of current and ex-service people and their families
04/02/2021 £5,000 £1,082,641 GYNAECOLOGY CANCER RESEARCH FUND Towards the full project costs of a University College London Phase 2 genetic analysis of fallopian tube isolation to improve preventative treatment of ovarian cancer.
04/02/2021 £5,000 £557,512 STREETVET Towards core costs of veterinary supplies for routine preventative free treatments and veterinary care for animals living with homeless people.
04/02/2021 £5,000 £5,739,318 ST CLARE WEST ESSEX HOSPICE CARE TRUST Towards project costs to purchase additional Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) required during the COVID-19 pandemic.
04/02/2021 £1,226 £22,359,000 THE ROYAL AIR FORCE BENEVOLENT FUND Supporting the physical, emotional and mental wellbeing of current and ex-service people and their families
04/02/2021 £4,331 £237,736 QUEST FOR LEARNING Towards the full project costs of 1-2-1 and small group literacy and numeracy programmes for children, and their parents to create a positive home learning environment.
04/02/2021 £1,300 £24,755,000 MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY Supporting people with medical conditions
04/02/2021 £5,000 £159,632 INTOART PROJECTS Towards project costs for new weekly activity that is informed by the lived experiences and impact of the pandemic on the lives of 24 adult artists with learning disabilities, autism, sensory and physical impairments.
04/02/2021 £2,000 £248,163 AMSCORDI LIMITED Towards programme costs to support masterclass seminars in a remote part of Cornwall, bringing up to 50 emerging musicians together each year to study, rehearse and perform.
04/02/2021 £5,000 £165,611 I CAN AND I AM LIMITED Support costs of refurbishing a double-decker bus to a specification that will engage young people who visit, help pay for facilitators and programme development.
04/02/2021 £5,000 £312,372 HOSPICE AID UK Support grantmaking to hospices at risk of closing, and providing emergency funding.
04/02/2021 £5,000 £2,593,679 GLASS DOOR HOMELESS CHARITY Towards project costs to provide COVID-safe single-occupancy emergency accommodation and dinner service beyond April 2021.
04/02/2021 £5,000 £444,191 WATERLOO UNCOVERED Towards core costs to support 30 Veterans and Serving Military Personnel with physical/mental health challenges through a twelve-month Wellbeing Programme, building towards participation at the archaeological excavation at the Waterloo Battlefield.
04/02/2021 £4,000 £560,225 OPENING DOORS LONDON Towards project costs to support 30+ older LGBT+ people (plus their individual carers) who have dementia and cognitive decline will benefit from a holistic care and support package for twelve months.
04/02/2021 £4,500 £455,820 MERLIN NEURO THERAPY CENTRE LTD Towards project costs for in-home support of 220 service users, the most vulnerable due to health, age, isolation or lack of neighbourhood/family support during the pandemic.
04/02/2021 £5,000 £201,743 KISSING IT BETTER Towards core costs relating to recruitment activity in schools and colleges to support their expansion plans to run programmes across a wider section of the UK. Cost includes materials.
04/02/2021 £5,000 £1,666,830 JO'S CERVICAL CANCER TRUST Support core costs to deliver flexible screening support, and to create an online text support option on the website.
04/02/2021 £5,000 £246,583 AMY AND FRIENDS To fund the costs of a sessional worker who will deliver weekly mental health sessions at 3 sites for 6 months called My Time To Be Me for children who have a poorly brother/sister or who have sadly lost their sibling.
04/02/2021 £5,000 £204,515 FLUTE THEATRE Support adapted theatre productions, workshops and community projects created in response to COVID-19 for autistic individuals and their families most at risk during the pandemic.
04/02/2021 £5,000 £1,621,653 FEGANS Towards core costs relating to counsellors providing 10hrs x 10 children experiencing serious issues, and help decrease the nine-month waiting period.
04/02/2021 £360 £10,529 CREATIVE DEMENTIA ARTS NETWORK Supporting people with medical conditions
04/02/2021 £1,000 £58,590 CHARLES YOUNG CENTRE Towards core costs to support the minibus's fuel bill taking elders to the Centre for social-distanced meals, exercise, and engagement.
04/02/2021 £4,800 £199,352 BOXES OF BASICS Towards the full project costs of purchasing equipment and paying personal trainers to offer culinary training and basic housekeeping to newly-independent adolescents.
04/02/2021 £4,995 £3,625,634 BARNSLEY HOSPICE APPEAL Towards the full project costs to send the patients who have been unable to attend Day Hospice a letterbox size Covid toolkit (e.g. buying and then loaning iPads) to support their health and well-being during the pandemic.
04/02/2021 £3,840 £50,964 ART BEYOND BELIEF Towards the full project costs to support elders in collecting and collating recipes in digital form, sharing their culinary heritage on social media, and in an eBook over 32 weeks at £120 per week.
17/11/2020 £5,000 £296,911 NEIGHBOURS IN POPLAR Towards project costs for young people to train older people and those with disabilities on how to use the internet and Apps. The grant provided equipment to teach on and to set up an IT Suite at their community centre.
17/11/2020 £5,000 £108,861 MILTON KEYNES IAC Towards project costs to create six Islamic art workshops for young people, disabled people and BAME culminating in cross-cultural, community exhibitions online and at Art in the Park Festival 2021.
17/11/2020 £5,000 £16,668 LUNG PRODUCTIONS CIO Towards core costs to fund 10 months of weekly theatrical workshops engaging a group of 15 children growing up in the care system to tell their stories.
17/11/2020 £5,000 £190,480 HARPER ASPREY WILDLIFE RESCUE Towards core costs to help save hedgehogs by contributing to their public data-gathering programme.
17/11/2020 £4,870 £102,434 FALLEN ANGELS DANCE THEATRE NORTH WEST Towards core costs to hire an extra worker 1-2 days a week over 6 months to facilitate more dance theatre sessions to help participants overcome addiction and mental health issues.
17/11/2020 £4,500 £3,126,323 BRITISH EPILEPSY ASSOCIATION Towards project costs to produce tools for healthcare workers to understand better epilepsy to support up to 200 people with learning difficulties in care, at any given time.
17/11/2020 £4,817 £265,512 CHILDREN'S BEREAVEMENT CENTRE Towards core costs to support 300 hours of a children's trauma and bereavement counselling service.
17/11/2020 £4,410 £465,633 THE BERKSHIRE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS THERAPY CENTRE LIMITED Towards project costs to provide online critical movement sessions (yoga) for people with MS for 45 weeks.
17/11/2020 £5,000 ARTICULATE CULTURAL TRUST Towards project costs to hold 20 of the 60 planned workshops supporting care-experienced youth using arts and culture participation.
17/11/2020 £5,000 £402,891 WEST LONDON CENTRE FOR COUNSELLING Towards core costs to provide additional and free counselling sessions for up to 80 new clients - those experiencing financial and mental hardship due to COVID.
17/11/2020 £5,000 £72,780 TWO MOORS FESTIVAL LIMITED Towards core costs of supporting an outdoor folk music event.
17/11/2020 £5,000 £89,040 THE SPITZ CHARITABLE TRUST Towards project costs to hold five music sessions in care homes for up to 250 beneficiaries. Plus, equipment costs to hold more than five sessions and Zoom sessions.
17/11/2020 £2,000 £98,151 TAXI CHARITY FOR MILITARY VETERANS Towards project costs to support up to 89 veterans over 6 months with food parcels, appointments and presents for the WWII veterans.
17/11/2020 £5,000 £691,680 SUPPORTING WOUNDED VETERANS LTD. Employment and mentoring support to medically discharged veterans, helping about 150 people each year.
17/11/2020 £5,000 STREET CONNECT Towards core costs for frontline workers in greater Glasgow supporting homeless, those with addictions and mental illness. Each year they help over 357 people; additionally, they undertake about 4,000 street engagements and welcome 7,000+ drop-ins.
17/11/2020 £4,562 £470,917 SIGHT SUPPORT WEST OF ENGLAND Providing face to face support/advice for up to 300 people with vision impairments. The grant would support a part-time sight advisor.
17/11/2020 £5,000 £364,573 SCHOOLREADERS Free reading support for children at local schools. The grant would provide weekly one-to-one reading support to an additional 330 primary schoolchildren.
17/11/2020 £4,000 £87,729 ROTHERFIELD ST MARTIN Towards project costs to provide over a year 200+ monthly over-80s with printed correspondence, cards, information, encouraging messages and birthday cards.
17/11/2020 £5,000 £242,631 PEOPLE FIRST (SELF ADVOCACY) Towards project costs to empower people with learning disabilities, people who experience a high level of discrimination, the grant helped 30 people in Portsmouth set up a self-advocacy group.
17/11/2020 £5,000 £151,435 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF HOLY TRINITY, LYONSDOWN Revitalising community life
17/11/2020 £4,000 £70,167 OXFORD CHURCHES DEBT CENTRE Towards core costs to fund a debt coach for one day per week for twelve months supporting up to 120 beneficiaries.
30/09/2020 £800 ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS, WATERFORD Revitalising community life
30/09/2020 £10,000 £46,951,000 VOLUNTARY SERVICE OVERSEAS Working to increase social mobility through training courses, better facilities or parenting support
30/09/2020 £2,250 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON (JUBILEE) Bursary
30/09/2020 £1,160 £192,941 WORMWOOD SCRUBS PONY CENTRE Providing front line support for disabled people
30/09/2020 £3,000 £1,000 THE PIANO TEACHERS' COURSE UK TRUST Towards core costs to support the development and growth of The Piano Teachers' Course UK, more new and existing teachers can be reached.
30/09/2020 £13,310 £2,942,239 THE ELMS (COLWALL) LIMITED Bursary
30/09/2020 £10,352 £80,100 ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL FOUNDATION Bursary
30/09/2020 £2,000 ST STEPHEN, WALBROOK Revitalising community life
30/09/2020 £2,000 ST PETER'S CHURCH, UGBOROUGH Revitalising community life
30/09/2020 £2,000 ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS, WATERFORD Revitalising community life
30/09/2020 £2,000 ST MATTHEW, HIGHFIELD Revitalising community life
30/09/2020 £2,000 ST MARY'S CHURCH, BUCKNELL Revitalising community life
30/09/2020 £2,000 ST MARY VIRGIN, NORTHILL PCC Revitalising community life
30/09/2020 £5,000 ST MARY-LE-BOW, CHEAPSIDE Revitalising community life
30/09/2020 £2,000 ST MARY BOW & HOLY TRINITY BOW CHURCH (MILE END) Revitalising community life
30/09/2020 £2,000 ST. LADOCA, LADOCK Revitalising community life
30/09/2020 £2,000 ST JOHN THE BAPTIST, PARISH OF STONE, DINTON & HARTWELL PCC Revitalising community life
30/09/2020 £2,000 ST BARNABAS, HOMERTON PCC Revitalising community life
30/09/2020 £6,000 ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART Bursary
30/09/2020 £7,500 £19,816,000 THE LONDON ORPHAN ASYLUM (REED'S SCHOOL) Bursary
30/09/2020 £150,000 £2,299,000 THE OUNDLE SCHOOL FOUNDATION Bursary
30/09/2020 £1,500 OUNDLE PARISH CHURCH (ST PETER'S) Revitalising community life
30/09/2020 £4,563 £2,347,579 MQ: TRANSFORMING MENTAL HEALTH Ethical research into specific medical conditions
30/09/2020 £5,000 HORSEBACK UK To award Mossbourne for their App StUddy Buddy a work experience business idea.
30/09/2020 £20,000 STREET CONNECT Bursary
30/09/2020 £5,000 MOSSBOURNE PARKSIDE ACADEMY Towards projects costs to hire a PE coach over the summer months to combat student weight gain due to lower levels of activity during the pandemic lockdown.
30/09/2020 £5,000 £133,718 MANSION HOUSE SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME Bursary
30/09/2020 £750 £16,668 LUNG PRODUCTIONS CIO 2020/21 Academy Awards selected by Chelsea Academy.
30/09/2020 £5,000 £2,914,141 THE LORD MAYOR'S APPEAL Working to increase social mobility through training courses, better facilities or parenting support
30/09/2020 £750 £177,177 KIDS N'ACTION 2020/21 Academy Awards selected by Mossbourne Community Academy.
30/09/2020 £11,250 IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON (JUBILEE) Bursary
30/09/2020 £1,780 £1,754,197 THE HOUSE OF ST BARNABAS Empowering those who experience homelessness
30/09/2020 £5,000 HORSEBACK UK Towards core costs to support service personnel and veterans suffering from life-changing injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder by funding a 3-week residential equine therapy programme spread over six months.
30/09/2020 £1,000 HENRY BOX COLLECTION Conservation of historic objects and paintings
30/09/2020 £10,000 £2,000,060 THE GUILDHALL SCHOOL TRUST Bursary
30/09/2020 £3,033 £2,593,679 GLASS DOOR HOMELESS CHARITY Empowering those who experience homelessness
30/09/2020 £1,551 £311,726 FOCUS COUNSELLING (UK) LTD Providing front line support for disabled people
30/09/2020 £1,240 £1,202,184 FAMILY HOLIDAY CHARITY Providing front line support for disabled people
30/09/2020 £5,000 TAKE A PRIDE IN PERTHSHIRE Conservation of historic buildings (not Places of Worship which is covered elsewhere)
30/09/2020 £5,000 £666,902 ENVIRONMENTAL VISION Towards core costs to prepare young people for employment, to develop a generation of young leaders willing and able to build a better society. Teachers help identify pupils who most need support.
30/09/2020 £887 £945,696 DEBATE MATE SCHOOLS LIMITED Working to increase social mobility through training courses, better facilities or parenting support
30/09/2020 £8,000 £845,672 CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL FOR GIRLS BURSARY FUND Bursary
30/09/2020 £8,000 £251,101 CLS BURSARY AND AWARDS FUND Bursary
30/09/2020 £8,000 £36,549 CITY OF LONDON FREEMEN'S SCHOOL BURSARY FUND Bursary
30/09/2020 £3,000 £38,125 THE CITY AND METROPOLITAN WELFARE CHARITY Working to increase social mobility through training courses, better facilities or parenting support
30/09/2020 £3,000 £137,400,000 THE CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON INSTITUTE Bursary
30/09/2020 £3,000 £2,937,060 CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON ART SCHOOL LIMITED Bursary
30/09/2020 £9,500 £2,937,060 CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON ART SCHOOL LIMITED Bursary
30/09/2020 £1,000 £196,916 BUCKINGHAM EMERGENCY FOOD APPEAL Towards core costs to create 90,000 meals to be distributed to those in need over December (with Christmas ingredients) and January.
30/09/2020 £2,000 ALL HALLOWS, BROMLEY-BY-BOW PCC Revitalising community life
30/09/2020 £2,000 ALL SAINTS CHURCH PCC, CALDECOTE Revitalising community life
30/09/2020 £2,000 £12,308,072 ARMY BENEVOLENT FUND Providing innovative projects and programmes for current and ex-service people and their families
29/09/2020 £960 £2,348,000 ENGLISH- SPEAKING UNION OF THE COMMONWEALTH To hold two oracy workshops, one aimed at teachers and students, and one for students only (Years 7-11)
06/07/2020 £4,000 £249,503 STANDOUT PROGRAMMES Working to increase social mobility through training courses, better facilities or parenting support
06/07/2020 £1,500 £96,978 THE CAMPAIGN FOR DRAWING Engaging with marginalised audiences, e.g. disabled, BAME, people living below the minimum poverty threshold for the appreciation of arts, performances or exhibitions
17/06/2020 £4,550 £203,830 TOUCAN EMPLOYMENT Empowering marginalised and excluded individuals and groups
17/06/2020 £5,000 £663,593 TIME AND TALENTS ASSOCIATION Providing front line support for disabled people
17/06/2020 £5,000 £299,549 THE PORTICO LIBRARY AND NEWSROOM Engaging with marginalised audiences, e.g. disabled, BAME, people living below the minimum poverty threshold for the appreciation of arts, performances or exhibitions
17/06/2020 £5,000 £12,443,421 THE OLD VIC THEATRE TRUST 2000 Opportunities, education and skills development of creative talent for artists with financing challenges or disability support requirements
17/06/2020 £5,000 ST MARY BOW & HOLY TRINITY BOW CHURCH (MILE END) Conservation of historic buildings (not Places of Worship which is covered elsewhere)
17/06/2020 £1,095 £99,200,000 THE PRIORY OF ENGLAND AND THE ISLANDS OF THE MOST VENERABLE ORDER OF THE HOSPITAL OF ST. JOHN OF JERUSALEM Supporting people with rare medical conditions
17/06/2020 £4,248 £882,874 SWITCH180 Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
17/06/2020 £5,000 £267,474 REACH COMMUNITY PROJECTS Working to increase social mobility through training courses, better facilities or parenting support
17/06/2020 £3,000 £358,326 LIMBLESS ASSOCIATION Providing front line support for disabled people
17/06/2020 £5,000 £786,294 LIFE CENTRE Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
17/06/2020 £7,210 £306,523 IT'S YOUR LIFE Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
17/06/2020 £5,000 £394,463 HIGHBURY VALE-BLACKSTOCK TRUST Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
17/06/2020 £10,000 £366,264 GIVING WORLD Conservation on land and at sea; Working in areas of high deprivation (English Indices)
17/06/2020 £7,350 £543,926 CLAREMONT PROJECT (ISLINGTON) Working towards ending loneliness in old age
17/06/2020 £5,000 £128,258 BUILDING CIRCLES Empowering marginalised and excluded individuals and groups
17/06/2020 £565 £3,525,839 ALMEIDA THEATRE COMPANY LIMITED Opportunities, education and skills development of creative talent for artists with financing challenges or disability support requirements
04/06/2020 £1,500 £39,627 YOU OKAY, DOC? Purchasing a piece of equipment, printing materials or another tangible project
04/06/2020 £1,500 £3,937,868 WHITECHAPEL GALLERY Opportunities, education and skills development of creative talent for artists with financing challenges or disability support requirements
04/06/2020 £2,000 ST STEPHEN, WALBROOK Revitalising community life
04/06/2020 £2,500 £1,221,868 ROALD DAHL'S MARVELLOUS CHILDREN'S CHARITY Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
04/06/2020 £5,000 £229,702 DISABILITY ARTS ONLINE Opportunities, education and skills development of creative talent for artists with financing challenges or disability support requirements
04/06/2020 £1,500 £415,767 CLAPTON COMMON BOYS CLUB Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
04/06/2020 £750 £671,593 AFGHANISTAN & CENTRAL ASIAN ASSOCIATION Working to increase social mobility through training courses, better facilities or parenting support
07/05/2020 £7,500 £814,053 THE LISTENING PLACE Providing front line support for disabled people
07/05/2020 £10,000 £921,864 THE GOOD GYM Working towards ending loneliness in old age
07/05/2020 £2,500 £1,023,062 THE COUNTRY FOOD TRUST Empowering those who experience homelessness
07/05/2020 £5,000 £139,401 THE ANNE ROBSON TRUST Supporting people with rare medical conditions
07/05/2020 £15,000 £6,393,364 RE:ACT DISASTER RESPONSE LIMITED Supporting people with rare medical conditions
07/05/2020 £7,500 £324,029 HOSPITALITY AND HOPE Empowering those who experience homelessness
07/05/2020 £15,000 £1,991,695 CITY HARVEST Empowering those who experience homelessness
07/05/2020 £10,000 £1,368,288 EDITH CAVELL FUND FOR NURSES Providing front line support for disabled people
06/05/2020 £7,500 £290,677 OUR TIME Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
24/04/2020 £5,000 £66,589 YOPEY Supporting people with rare medical conditions
24/04/2020 £2,450 £482,068 TOTNES CARING LTD Supporting ending social exclusion for elderly people
24/04/2020 £1,500 £122,825 THE LEAGUE OF REMEMBRANCE Working towards ending loneliness in old age
24/04/2020 £5,000 £57,636 THE SILVERLININGCHARITY Providing front line support for disabled people
24/04/2020 £5,000 £271,106 RE:WORK LTD Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
24/04/2020 £5,000 £6,203,793 THE OAKHAVEN TRUST Purchasing a piece of equipment, printing materials or another tangible project
24/04/2020 £5,000 £3,619,348 THE NOTTINGHAMSHIRE HOSPICE LIMITED Supporting people with rare medical conditions
24/04/2020 £4,850 £571,974 LUPUS UK Purchasing a piece of equipment, printing materials or another tangible project
24/04/2020 £5,000 £105,991 LONDON VILLAGE NETWORK Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
24/04/2020 £5,000 £229,484 LONDON PRINT STUDIO Opportunities, education and skills development of creative talent for artists with financing challenges or disability support requirements
24/04/2020 £5,000 £1,428,491 LITTLE VILLAGE Working in areas of high deprivation (English Indices)
24/04/2020 £250 £161,535,000 LEONARD CHESHIRE DISABILITY Empowering marginalised and excluded individuals and groups
24/04/2020 £5,000 £194,036 INSIGHT GLOUCESTERSHIRE Providing front line support for disabled people
24/04/2020 £5,000 £138,644 HOME-START CAMBRIDGESHIRE Working to increase social mobility through training courses, better facilities or parenting support
24/04/2020 £5,000 £192,001 HIGHGROUND PROJECTS LIMITED Supporting the physical, emotional and mental wellbeing of current and ex-service people and their families
24/04/2020 £5,000 £146,630 FREE TO BE KIDS Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
24/04/2020 £5,000 £469,522 FOUR CORNERS LIMITED Opportunities, education and skills development of creative talent for artists with financing challenges or disability support requirements
24/04/2020 £5,000 £147,966 EXTANT Engaging with marginalised audiences, e.g. disabled, BAME, people living below the minimum poverty threshold for the appreciation of arts, performances or exhibitions; Opportunities, education and skills development of creative talent for artists with financing challenges or disability support requirements
24/04/2020 £5,000 £2,344,334 COMMUNITY OF ST MARY AT THE CROSS Health
24/04/2020 £5,000 £439,248 THE CHILDREN'S LITERACY CHARITY Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
24/04/2020 £5,000 £3,658,713 YOUR PLACE (LONDON) LIMITED Empowering those who experience homelessness
24/04/2020 £3,000 £173,104 BRISTOL NATURAL HISTORY CONSORTIUM Connecting people with nature and environment issues
24/04/2020 £4,570 £395,148 BRAIN TUMOUR SUPPORT Supporting people with rare medical conditions
18/03/2020 £5,000 £176,894 WYCOMBE YOUTH ACTION Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
18/03/2020 £5,000 £4,758,710 WHITECHAPEL GALLERY Opportunities, education and skills development of creative talent for artists with financing challenges or disability support requirements
18/03/2020 £2,694 WALK THE WALK WORLDWIDE Ethical research into specific medical conditions
18/03/2020 £2,000 £226,814 NORMANDY COMMUNITY THERAPY GARDEN Empowering marginalised and excluded individuals and groups; Purchasing a piece of equipment, printing materials or another tangible project
18/03/2020 £5,000 £2,188,771 THE HOUSE OF ST BARNABAS Working to increase social mobility through training courses, better facilities or parenting support; Empowering those who experience homelessness
18/03/2020 £5,000 £419,596 THE CORONERS' COURTS SUPPORT SERVICE Supporting ending social exclusion for elderly people
18/03/2020 £5,000 SWANDRO-ORKNEY COASTAL ARCHAEOLOGY TRUST Conservation of historic objects and paintings
18/03/2020 £5,000 £327,810 STRAIGHT TALKING PEER EDUCATION Working to increase social mobility through training courses, better facilities or parenting support
18/03/2020 £750 ST MERRYN CHURCH Conservation of historic objects and paintings
18/03/2020 £5,000 £72,766 PHOEBE Investing in young leaders and peer support
18/03/2020 £5,000 £746,453 PANCREATIC CANCER ACTION Supporting people with rare medical conditions
18/03/2020 £5,000 £5,810 OUNDLE MENCAP HOLIDAYS LTD Providing innovative projects and programmes for disabled people
18/03/2020 £1,500 £10,750,000 THE ELY DIOCESAN BOARD OF FINANCE Conservation of historic buildings (not Places of Worship which is covered elsewhere)
18/03/2020 £817 £10,525,658 LONDON'S AIR AMBULANCE LIMITED Supporting people with rare medical conditions
18/03/2020 £1,000 £51,090 KINGSTON SAMARITANS Providing front line support for disabled people
18/03/2020 £5,000 £324,029 HOSPITALITY AND HOPE Empowering those who experience homelessness
18/03/2020 £4,500 £160,277 FIRST AID NURSING YEOMANRY (PRINCESS ROYAL'S VOLUNTEER CORPS) (FANY(PRVC)) Providing opportunities for education and employment for ex-service people
18/03/2020 £2,000 £229,393 FELIX FUND - THE BOMB DISPOSAL CHARITY Supporting the physical, emotional and mental wellbeing of current and ex-service people and their families
18/03/2020 £5,000 £435,688 DITCHLING MUSEUM OF ART + CRAFT Providing innovative projects and programmes for disabled people
18/03/2020 £5,000 £882,244 DEMENTIA SUPPORT Supporting ending social exclusion for elderly people
18/03/2020 £5,000 £273,161 COTSWOLD FRIENDS Working towards ending loneliness in old age
18/03/2020 £5,000 £270,798 BRIGHTON & HOVE SPEAK OUT Providing front line support for disabled people
18/03/2020 £1,000 £10,899,437 AUTISM PLUS LIMITED Providing front line support for disabled people
18/03/2020 £5,000 £64,963 AKWAABA Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
18/03/2020 £3,580 £18,113,990 ARMY BENEVOLENT FUND Providing innovative projects and programmes for current and ex-service people and their families
07/01/2020 £5,000 £2,254,294 WINSTON'S WISH (A GRIEF SUPPORT PROGRAMME FOR CHILDREN) Supporting people with rare medical conditions
07/01/2020 £5,000 £123,448 ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY Revitalising community life
07/01/2020 £5,000 £1,606,000 THE ROYAL BATH AND WEST OF ENGLAND SOCIETY Investing in young leaders and peer support
07/01/2020 £5,000 £378,736 THE HOUSEHOLD CAVALRY FOUNDATION Providing innovative projects and programmes for current and ex-service people and their families
11/12/2019 £2,500 £95,865 WINCHESTER HOSPICE FUNDRAISING CHARITY Purchasing a piece of equipment, printing materials or another tangible project
11/12/2019 £1,500 UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS Investing in young leaders and peer support
11/12/2019 £5,000 £4,116,340 TURNER CONTEMPORARY Opportunities, education and skills development of creative talent for artists with financing challenges or disability support requirements
11/12/2019 £5,000 £128,631 THE SEPARATED CHILD FOUNDATION Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
11/12/2019 £1,200 £4,192,377 THE LONDON LIBRARY Investing in young leaders and peer support
11/12/2019 £5,000 £490,415 THE LISTENING PLACE Providing front line support for disabled people
11/12/2019 £5,000 HYDE PARK APPEAL Empowering marginalised and excluded individuals and groups
11/12/2019 £10,000 £921,864 THE GOOD GYM Working towards ending loneliness in old age
11/12/2019 £4,645 THE ARGYLL AND SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS MUSEUM TRUST Conservation of historic objects and paintings
11/12/2019 £5,200 £111,107 SEA - CHANGE PROJECTS LTD Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
11/12/2019 £2,500 £6,587,864 COPE CHILDRENS TRUST Supporting people with rare medical conditions
11/12/2019 £4,000 £681,586 ON COURSE FOUNDATION Providing opportunities for education and employment for ex-service people
11/12/2019 £500 £3,806,098 MQ: TRANSFORMING MENTAL HEALTH Ethical research into specific medical conditions
11/12/2019 £2,000 £249,799 LEICESTER CATHEDRAL CHARITABLE TRUST Conservation of historic buildings (not Places of Worship which is covered elsewhere)
11/12/2019 £5,000 £210,084 KIDS N'ACTION Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
11/12/2019 £500 £438,533 HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM FOODBANK Empowering those who experience homelessness
11/12/2019 £5,000 £1,219,712 GUTS UK CHARITY Ethical research into specific medical conditions
11/12/2019 £2,000 £5,621 GREWELTHORPE C E SCHOOL FUND Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
11/12/2019 £2,000 £9,164,611 THE GAME AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION TRUST Connecting people with nature and environment issues
11/12/2019 £5,000 £566,004 FIRST LOVE FOUNDATION LIMITED Working to increase social mobility through training courses, better facilities or parenting support
11/12/2019 £2,000 £531,199 FABRICA Engaging with marginalised audiences, e.g. disabled, BAME, people living below the minimum poverty threshold for the appreciation of arts, performances or exhibitions
11/12/2019 £3,000 £428,165 EMMAUS MEDWAY LIMITED Revitalising community life
11/12/2019 £5,000 £80,071 DRESSABILITY Providing innovative projects and programmes for disabled people
11/12/2019 £5,000 CKUK Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
11/12/2019 £500 £338,417 THE BRITISH STAMMERING ASSOCIATION Empowering marginalised and excluded individuals and groups
11/12/2019 £5,000 £219,138 DOG ASSISTANCE IN DISABILITY Providing innovative projects and programmes for disabled people
22/11/2019 £5,000 £75,000 CHELSEA ACADEMY FOUNDATION Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
25/10/2019 £10,000 £61,948,000 VOLUNTARY SERVICE OVERSEAS Working to increase social mobility through training courses, better facilities or parenting support
25/10/2019 £9,000 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON (JUBILEE) Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
25/10/2019 £2,700 £61,354 THINKING OF OSCAR Supporting people with rare medical conditions
25/10/2019 £475 £308,077 THE HANOVER BAND FOUNDATION Investing in young leaders and peer support
25/10/2019 £13,310 £2,981,795 THE ELMS (COLWALL) LIMITED Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
25/10/2019 £7,000 £1,379,515 ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL FOUNDATION Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
25/10/2019 £2,000 ST. LADOCA, LADOCK Revitalising community life
25/10/2019 £2,000 ST STEPHEN, WALBROOK Revitalising community life
25/10/2019 £2,000 ST PETER'S CHURCH, UGBOROUGH Revitalising community life
25/10/2019 £5,000 ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL FOUNDATION Conservation of historic buildings (not Places of Worship which is covered elsewhere)
25/10/2019 £901 £108,793,000 ST MUNGO COMMUNITY HOUSING ASSOCIATION Empowering those who experience homelessness
25/10/2019 £2,000 ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS, WATERFORD Revitalising community life
25/10/2019 £800 ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS, WATERFORD Revitalising community life
25/10/2019 £2,000 ST MATTHEW, HIGHFIELD Revitalising community life
25/10/2019 £2,000 ST MARY'S CHURCH, BUCKNELL Revitalising community life
25/10/2019 £2,000 ST MARY BOW & HOLY TRINITY BOW CHURCH (MILE END) Revitalising community life
25/10/2019 £2,000 ST MARY VIRGIN, NORTHILL PCC Revitalising community life
25/10/2019 £5,000 ST MARY-LE-BOW, CHEAPSIDE Revitalising community life
25/10/2019 £2,000 ST JOHN THE BAPTIST, PARISH OF STONE, DINTON & HARTWELL PCC Revitalising community life
25/10/2019 £2,000 ST PAULS, ST BARNABAS, HOMERTON PCC Revitalising community life
25/10/2019 £5,000 £19,142,796 SAMARITANS Providing front line support for disabled people
25/10/2019 £6,000 ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART Opportunities, education and skills development of creative talent for artists with financing challenges or disability support requirements
25/10/2019 £7,500 £18,494,000 THE LONDON ORPHAN ASYLUM (REED'S SCHOOL) Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
25/10/2019 £150,000 £2,254,000 THE OUNDLE SCHOOL FOUNDATION Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
25/10/2019 £1,500 OUNDLE PARISH CHURCH (ST PETER'S) Revitalising community life
25/10/2019 £20,000 MOSSBOURNE COMMUNITY ACADEMY Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
25/10/2019 £5,000 £200,491 MANSION HOUSE SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME Investing in young leaders and peer support
25/10/2019 £5,000 £2,815,869 THE LORD MAYOR'S APPEAL Revitalising community life
25/10/2019 £3,000 THE FRIENDS OF LEIGHTON HOUSE Conservation of historic buildings (not Places of Worship which is covered elsewhere)
25/10/2019 £4,500 IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON (JUBILEE) Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
25/10/2019 £1,000 HENRY BOX COLLECTION Conservation of historic objects and paintings
25/10/2019 £10,000 £2,153,241 THE GUILDHALL SCHOOL TRUST Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
25/10/2019 £8,000 £895,219 CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL FOR GIRLS BURSARY FUND Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
25/10/2019 £8,000 £183,951 CLS BURSARY AND AWARDS FUND Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
25/10/2019 £8,000 £42,197 CITY OF LONDON FREEMEN'S SCHOOL BURSARY FUND Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
25/10/2019 £3,000 £41,125 THE CITY AND METROPOLITAN WELFARE CHARITY Working to increase social mobility through training courses, better facilities or parenting support
25/10/2019 £3,000 £143,800,000 THE CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON INSTITUTE Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
25/10/2019 £12,300 £2,617,422 CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON ART SCHOOL LIMITED Improving support for disadvantaged children and young people
25/10/2019 £2,000 ALL HALLOWS, BROMLEY-BY-BOW PCC Revitalising community life
25/10/2019 £2,000 ALL SAINTS CHURCH PCC, CALDECOTE Revitalising community life
25/10/2019 £200 £600,285 ACTION FOR STAMMERING CHILDREN Providing innovative projects and programmes for disabled people
25/10/2019 £2,000 £18,113,990 ARMY BENEVOLENT FUND Providing innovative projects and programmes for current and ex-service people and their families
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Cumulative Grants
Amount Grantee
£625,000 THE OUNDLE SCHOOL FOUNDATION
£64,160 THE HOUSE OF ST BARNABAS
£62,671 THE STEPHEN LAWRENCE DAY FOUNDATION
£59,800 CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON ART SCHOOL LIMITED
£59,328 MQ: TRANSFORMING MENTAL HEALTH
£58,736 LITTLE VILLAGE
£53,240 THE ELMS (COLWALL) LIMITED
£50,000 DISASTERS EMERGENCY COMMITTEE
£48,056 ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL FOUNDATION
£44,029 CLS BURSARY AND AWARDS FUND
£43,800 MOSSBOURNE COMMUNITY ACADEMY
£40,000 VOLUNTARY SERVICE OVERSEAS
£40,000 THE GUILDHALL SCHOOL TRUST
£32,000 CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL FOR GIRLS BURSARY FUND
£32,000 CITY OF LONDON FREEMEN'S SCHOOL BURSARY FUND
£30,000 THE LONDON ORPHAN ASYLUM (REED'S SCHOOL)
£26,250 IMPERIAL COLLEGE UNION
£25,000 HORSEBACK UK
£20,000 THE LORD MAYOR'S APPEAL
£20,000 THE GOOD GYM
£20,000 MOSSBOURNE COMMUNITY ACADEMY
£20,000 MANSION HOUSE SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME
£20,000 CITY HARVEST
£17,500 THE LISTENING PLACE
£17,300 HOSPITALITY AND HOPE
£15,000 SURFERS AGAINST SEWAGE
£15,000 RE:ACT DISASTER RESPONSE LIMITED
£15,000 NO GOING BACK - MERCERS COMPANY LIVERY INITIATIVE
£15,000 GIVING WORLD
£14,058 HOME-START CAMBRIDGESHIRE
£12,500 OUR TIME
£12,000 THE CITY AND METROPOLITAN WELFARE CHARITY
£12,000 THE CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON INSTITUTE
£12,000 ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART
£11,580 ARMY BENEVOLENT FUND
£11,250 IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON (JUBILEE)
£10,750 KIDS N'ACTION
£10,500 THE BRAIN TUMOUR CHARITY
£10,500 FIRST AID NURSING YEOMANRY (PRINCESS ROYAL'S VOLUNTEER CORPS) (FANY(PRVC))
£10,250 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON (JUBILEE)
£10,000 TAKE A PRIDE IN PERTHSHIRE
£10,000 TWO MOORS FESTIVAL LIMITED
£10,000 THE SEPARATED CHILD FOUNDATION
£10,000 THE PORTICO LIBRARY AND NEWSROOM
£10,000 THE OLD VIC THEATRE TRUST 2000
£10,000 THE KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA FOUNDATION
£10,000 THE ANNE ROBSON TRUST
£10,000 RE:WORK LTD
£10,000 JO'S CERVICAL CANCER TRUST
£10,000 INSIGHT - COUNSELLING COACHING AND SUPPORT SERVICES
£10,000 EDITH CAVELL FUND FOR NURSES
£10,000 CHELSEA ACADEMY FOUNDATION
£9,500 CLEARVISION PROJECT
£9,000 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON (JUBILEE)
£9,000 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST MATTHEW, HIGHFIELD
£9,000 STANDOUT PROGRAMMES
£8,500 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST PHILEMON TOXTETH
£8,033 GLASS DOOR HOMELESS CHARITY
£8,000 BRISTOL NATURAL HISTORY CONSORTIUM
£7,500 THE OAKHAVEN TRUST
£7,350 CLAREMONT PROJECT (ISLINGTON)
£7,210 IT'S YOUR LIFE
£7,065 ALMEIDA THEATRE COMPANY LIMITED
£7,000 TAXI CHARITY FOR MILITARY VETERANS
£7,000 ST MARY BOW & HOLY TRINITY BOW CHURCH (MILE END)
£6,500 WHITECHAPEL GALLERY
£6,500 UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS
£6,500 STUDENTS ORGANISING FOR SUSTAINABILITY
£6,500 CAP UK
£6,250 LUNG PRODUCTIONS CIO
£6,000 ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART
£5,615 RABBLE THEATRE
£5,535 SWITCH180
£5,500 THE LAKE DISTRICT CALVERT TRUST
£5,500 THE BRITISH STAMMERING ASSOCIATION
£5,500 THE BLACK AND MINORITY ETHNIC YOUNG PEOPLES' PROJECT
£5,500 INTOART PROJECTS
£5,500 ENVIRONMENTAL VISION
£5,450 TOTNES CARING LTD
£5,250 ASPIRE ( ASSOCIATION FOR SPINAL INJURY RESEARCH REHABILITATION AND REINTEGRATION )
£5,250 ARUNDEL CASTLE CRICKET FOUNDATION
£5,200 SEA - CHANGE PROJECTS LTD
£5,140 KIDS INSPIRE
£5,000 YOUR PLACE (LONDON) LIMITED
£5,000 YOPEY
£5,000 WILD THINGS! ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION IN ACTION
£5,000 WYCOMBE YOUTH ACTION
£5,000 WOMEN AND HEALTH
£5,000 WINTER NIGHT SHELTER MILTON KEYNES
£5,000 WINSTON'S WISH (A GRIEF SUPPORT PROGRAMME FOR CHILDREN)
£5,000 WINGS FOR WARRIORS
£5,000 WEST LONDON CENTRE FOR COUNSELLING
£5,000 WEST KENT MIND
£5,000 WEST KENT DEBT ADVICE
£5,000 WATERLOO UNCOVERED
£5,000 WALSALL SOCIETY FOR THE BLIND LIMITED
£5,000 VOYAGE
£5,000 VETERANS' GROWTH
£5,000 VETERANS AT EASE
£5,000 UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
£5,000 UP 'N AWAY
£5,000 UNDER ONE SKY CIO
£5,000 UK VETERANS HEARING FOUNDATION
£5,000 UK NEW ARTISTS
£5,000 TEAPOT TRUST
£5,000 TAKE A PRIDE IN PERTHSHIRE
£5,000 TURNER CONTEMPORARY
£5,000 TUDOR HALL SCHOOL
£5,000 TOURETTE SYNDROME (UK) ASSOCIATION TRADING AS TOURETTES ACTION
£5,000 TOM'S TRUST
£5,000 TINNITUS UK
£5,000 TIME AND TALENTS ASSOCIATION
£5,000 THEATRE-RITES
£5,000 THE YOUTH BOOTH
£5,000 THE WILTSHIRE BOBBY VAN TRUST
£5,000 THE WESSEX HERITAGE TRUST
£5,000 THE WARWICK PERCY ESTATES COMMUNITY PROJECTS
£5,000 THE UPPER ROOM (ST SAVIOUR'S)
£5,000 THE ULYSSES TRUST
£5,000 THE TWISTING DUCKS THEATRE COMPANY CIO
£5,000 THE THEODORA CHILDREN'S CHARITY
£5,000 THE TALENT TAP
£5,000 THE SUSSEX COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
£5,000 THE SPITZ CHARITABLE TRUST
£5,000 THE SOUTHMEAD PROJECT
£5,000 THE SILVERLININGCHARITY
£5,000 THE ROYAL BATH AND WEST OF ENGLAND SOCIETY
£5,000 THE ROSEMARY FOUNDATION LIMITED
£5,000 THE ROCK-CURROCK YOUTH PROJECT
£5,000 THE ROAD TO RECOVERY TRUST
£5,000 THE RECRUITMENT JUNCTION
£5,000 THE PRECIOUS TRUST
£5,000 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF HOLY TRINITY, LYONSDOWN
£5,000 THE OPEN DOOR CENTRE
£5,000 THE OASIS CENTRE COMMUNITY PROJECT-EAST MANCHESTER
£5,000 THE NOTTINGHAMSHIRE HOSPICE LIMITED
£5,000 THE MINISTRY OF STORIES
£5,000 THE MARGINS PROJECT
£5,000 THE LIPPY PEOPLE CHARITABLE TRUST
£5,000 THE HYDRATION FOUNDATION
£5,000 THE HOUSEHOLD CAVALRY FOUNDATION
£5,000 THE HOUSE OF THE BLESSED MARY THE VIRGIN IN OXFORD, COMMONLY CALLED ORIEL COLLEGE, OF THE FOUNDATION OF EDWARD THE SECOND OF FAMOUS MEMORY SOMETIME KI
£5,000 THE HOLLAND PARK SCHOOL CHARITY
£5,000 THE GOED LIFE LIMITED
£5,000 THE FROZEN ARK PROJECT
£5,000 THE FRIENDS OF THE ROSE BOWL
£5,000 THE CREATIVE DIMENSION TRUST
£5,000 THE COWSHED
£5,000 THE CORONERS' COURTS SUPPORT SERVICE
£5,000 THE COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF SHROPSHIRE
£5,000 THE CHRONICLE SUNSHINE FUND
£5,000 THE CHOIR WITH NO NAME
£5,000 THE CHILDREN'S LITERACY CHARITY
£5,000 THE CARLIE TUFNELL CHARITABLE TRUST
£5,000 THE BRECK FOUNDATION
£5,000 THE BIG ISSUE FOUNDATION
£5,000 THE 2 MINUTE FOUNDATION
£5,000 TEMPUS NOVO (MEANING NEW TIME)
£5,000 TEAM UP FOR SOCIAL MOBILITY LIMITED
£5,000 TEAM OASIS
£5,000 TALENT-ED EDUCATION
£5,000 SWANDRO-ORKNEY COASTAL ARCHAEOLOGY TRUST
£5,000 STRENGTH & LEARNING THROUGH HORSES
£5,000 STREET CONNECT
£5,000 ST MARY-LE-BOW, CHEAPSIDE
£5,000 ST MARY-LE-BOW, CHEAPSIDE
£5,000 ST MARY-LE-BOW, CHEAPSIDE
£5,000 SYDENHAM ARTS LTD
£5,000 SUPPORTING WOUNDED VETERANS LTD.
£5,000 SUPPORT AFTER MURDER AND MANSLAUGHTER
£5,000 STREETVET
£5,000 STREET PAWS
£5,000 STRAIGHT TALKING PEER EDUCATION
£5,000 STAND AGAINST VIOLENCE
£5,000 ST CLARE WEST ESSEX HOSPICE CARE TRUST
£5,000 SPEAKERS TRUST LIMITED
£5,000 SOUTH DOWNS NATIONAL PARK TRUST
£5,000 SOMETHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO LIMITED
£5,000 SMART WORKS BIRMINGHAM
£5,000 SKINNERS' MALMESBURY FOUNDATION
£5,000 SHREWSBURY CHRISTIAN CENTRE ASSOCIATION
£5,000 SHINE21
£5,000 SHEPHERDS BUSH FAMILIES PROJECT & CHILDRENS CENTRE
£5,000 SEED EATING DISORDERS SUPPORT SERVICES
£5,000 SCOPE
£5,000 SCHOOLREADERS
£5,000 SAMARITANS
£5,000 RT COMMUNITY PROJECTS LTD
£5,000 ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY
£5,000 ROYAL BRITISH LEGION INDUSTRIES LTD.
£5,000 RHONDDA HUB FOR VETERANS
£5,000 REBUILD EAST MIDLANDS
£5,000 READ EASY UK
£5,000 REACH COMMUNITY PROJECTS
£5,000 RAINBOW TRUST CHILDREN'S CHARITY
£5,000 PROUT BRIDGE PROJECT
£5,000 PHOEBE
£5,000 PETERBOROUGH GOOD STEWARDS TRUST
£5,000 PERTH GREEN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION CIO
£5,000 PEOPLE FIRST (SELF ADVOCACY)
£5,000 PEOPLE ARISE NOW
£5,000 PECKHAM PLATFORM LTD
£5,000 PARENT-INFANT FOUNDATION LTD
£5,000 PANCREATIC CANCER ACTION
£5,000 OVACOME
£5,000 OUNDLE MENCAP HOLIDAYS LTD
£5,000 OSWIN PROJECTS
£5,000 ORCHID CANCER APPEAL
£5,000 ORACLE CANCER TRUST
£5,000 OPTIONS 4 CHANGE
£5,000 ONE KING MINISTRIES
£5,000 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE INDEPENDENT DOMESTIC ABUSE SERVICES(NIDAS)
£5,000 NORTH EAST YOUNG DADS AND LADS PROJECT CIO
£5,000 NORTH BRISTOL ADVICE CENTRE
£5,000 NEIGHBOURS IN POPLAR
£5,000 MOSSBOURNE PARKSIDE ACADEMY
£5,000 MYBIGCAREER
£5,000 MONEY AND MENTAL HEALTH POLICY INSTITUTE
£5,000 MILTON KEYNES IAC
£5,000 MARK EVISON FOUNDATION
£5,000 MAN & BOY
£5,000 MAGPIE DANCE
£5,000 MAGGS DAY CENTRE
£5,000 MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT
£5,000 LONDON WHEELCHAIR RUGBY CLUB
£5,000 LONDON VILLAGE NETWORK
£5,000 LONDON PRINT STUDIO
£5,000 LITTLE TROOPERS
£5,000 LIGHTHOUSE - SUPPORTING WOMEN THROUGH STORMY TIMES
£5,000 LIFE SKILLS EDUCATION CHARITY
£5,000 LIFE CENTRE
£5,000 KISSING IT BETTER
£5,000 KINGSTON SAMARITANS
£5,000 KIDS CARE LONDON
£5,000 INTERCLIMATE TRUST
£5,000 INSIGHT GLOUCESTERSHIRE
£5,000 IN2CHANGE SOUTH YORKSHIRE LTD
£5,000 I CAN AND I AM LIMITED
£5,000 HYDE PARK APPEAL
£5,000 HORSEBACK UK
£5,000 HOSPICE AID UK
£5,000 HORATIO'S GARDEN
£5,000 HOME-START DAVENTRY AND SOUTH NORTHANTS
£5,000 HIGHGROUND PROJECTS LIMITED
£5,000 HIGHBURY VALE-BLACKSTOCK TRUST
£5,000 HEAD2HEAD THEATRE
£5,000 HARPER ASPREY WILDLIFE RESCUE
£5,000 HANDS ON LONDON
£5,000 GREEN TEAM (EDINBURGH AND LOTHIANS) LIMITED
£5,000 GYNAECOLOGY CANCER RESEARCH FUND
£5,000 GUTS UK CHARITY
£5,000 GRINLING GIBBONS SOCIETY
£5,000 GLOUCESTERSHIRE BUNDLES
£5,000 GLOUCESTER CITY MISSION
£5,000 GIVE US TIME
£5,000 FULHAM GOOD NEIGHBOUR SERVICE
£5,000 FROZEN LIGHT
£5,000 FREE TO BE KIDS
£5,000 FOUR CORNERS LIMITED
£5,000 FLUTE THEATRE
£5,000 FIRST LOVE FOUNDATION LIMITED
£5,000 FEGANS
£5,000 FAMILY SUPPORT LINK
£5,000 EXTANT
£5,000 EMMANUEL GROUP OF CHURCHES
£5,000 ELLENOR
£5,000 ECOBIRMINGHAM
£5,000 DISABLED PERSONS HOUSING SERVICE (ABERDEEN CITY)
£5,000 DEAF CHOICES UK LIMITED
£5,000 DRUNKEN CHORUS
£5,000 DRESSABILITY
£5,000 DOST CENTRE FOR YOUNG REFUGEES AND MIGRANTS
£5,000 DOG ASSISTANCE IN DISABILITY
£5,000 DOCTORS IN DISTRESS
£5,000 DITCHLING MUSEUM OF ART + CRAFT
£5,000 DISABILITY ARTS ONLINE
£5,000 DIAL PETERBOROUGH
£5,000 DEVON DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION
£5,000 DEMENTIA SUPPORT
£5,000 DEBRA
£5,000 DEAFINITELY THEATRE
£5,000 COMMUNITY ONE STOP SHOP
£5,000 CKUK
£5,000 COUNSELLING IN THE COMMUNITY
£5,000 COTSWOLD FRIENDS
£5,000 CONTACT
£5,000 COMMUNITY VENTURES (MIDDLESBROUGH) LTD
£5,000 COMMUNITY OF ST MARY AT THE CROSS
£5,000 COLLEGE OF ARMS TRUST
£5,000 CLOTHING COVENTRY
£5,000 CLEANUP UNITED KINGDOM
£5,000 CHRISTIAN ACTION AND RESOURCE ENTERPRISE LTD
£5,000 CHANCE TO SHINE FOUNDATION LTD
£5,000 CAFLO (COMMUNITY ACTIONS FOR LOCAL OPPORTUNITIES)
£5,000 BEYOND DETENTION
£5,000 BUILDING HEROES EDUCATION FOUNDATION
£5,000 BUILDING CIRCLES
£5,000 BRIGHTON & HOVE SPEAK OUT
£5,000 BRAMBER BAKEHOUSE
£5,000 BOW FOODBANK
£5,000 BOSP BRIGHTER OPPORTUNITIES FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE
£5,000 BLOOMING BLOSSOMS TRUST
£5,000 BLIND IN BUSINESS TRUST
£5,000 BEVERLEY COMMUNITY LIFT
£5,000 BENTILEE VOLUNTEERS CIO
£5,000 BEN'S CENTRE FOR VULNERABLE PEOPLE (SHEFFIELD)
£5,000 BE FREE YOUNG CARERS LTD
£5,000 BASSETLAW FOOD BANK
£5,000 BASINGSTOKE NEIGHBOURCARE
£5,000 BANKSIDE GALLERY LIMITED
£5,000 ARTICULATE CULTURAL TRUST
£5,000 AWARDS FOR YOUNG MUSICIANS
£5,000 ASPIRATIONS PROGRAM CIO
£5,000 ASBESTOS SUPPORT CENTRAL ENGLAND
£5,000 ARTS 4 DEMENTIA
£5,000 ARKBOUND FOUNDATION
£5,000 ARDENT THEATRE COMPANY
£5,000 AMY AND FRIENDS
£5,000 AKWAABA
£5,000 ADULT LITERACY TRUST
£5,000 ACTION MEDICAL RESEARCH
£5,000 ABANDOFBROTHERS
£4,995 BARNSLEY HOSPICE APPEAL
£4,989 RAHAB PROJECT
£4,987 HOTHOUSE THEATRE
£4,984 JIGSAW (BURY)
£4,980 LIFE CHANCE TRUST
£4,922 SMALL ACTS OF KINDNESS TRUST
£4,900 THE YOUTH COUNSELLING PROJECT
£4,900 REFUGEE EDUCATION FOR EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
£4,900 POSSOBILITIES LIMITED
£4,870 FALLEN ANGELS DANCE THEATRE NORTH WEST
£4,850 YOUNG & INSPIRED LTD
£4,850 LUPUS UK
£4,817 CHILDREN'S BEREAVEMENT CENTRE
£4,800 BOXES OF BASICS
£4,795 LIVE MUSIC NOW LIMITED
£4,787 BASINGSTOKE MENCAP SERVICES
£4,780 DOORSTEP LIBRARY NETWORK
£4,750 ST MARY BOW & HOLY TRINITY BOW CHURCH (MILE END)
£4,680 CAP UK
£4,665 THE NENE VALLEY CARE TRUST
£4,650 THE POIRIER FOUNDATION
£4,645 THE ARGYLL AND SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS MUSEUM TRUST
£4,600 CITY ARTS (NOTTINGHAM) LTD
£4,570 BRAIN TUMOUR SUPPORT
£4,562 SIGHT SUPPORT WEST OF ENGLAND
£4,555 HOME-START WESSEX
£4,550 TOUCAN EMPLOYMENT
£4,500 YOUNG PEOPLE'S PUPPET THEATRE
£4,500 THE LICHFIELD DIOCESAN BOARD OF FINANCE (INCORPORATED)
£4,500 SKYE ENVIRONMENTAL CENTRE LTD
£4,500 MERLIN NEURO THERAPY CENTRE LTD
£4,500 IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON (JUBILEE)
£4,500 HERITAGE CHARITY LONDON
£4,500 BRITISH EPILEPSY ASSOCIATION
£4,500 ANIMAL ANTIKS
£4,421 OPEN COUNTRY
£4,410 THE BERKSHIRE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS THERAPY CENTRE LIMITED
£4,386 HOPE FOR PAEDIATRIC EPILEPSY - LONDON
£4,331 QUEST FOR LEARNING
£4,320 PHOSPHOROS THEATRE
£4,250 ST JOHN THE BAPTIST, PARISH OF STONE, DINTON & HARTWELL PCC
£4,236 AIDS CARE EDUCATION AND TRAINING
£4,000 YOUNG SPEAKERS SCOTLAND (SCIO)
£4,000 ST STEPHEN, WALBROOK
£4,000 ROTHERFIELD ST MARTIN
£4,000 REVIVE HEALTHY LIVING
£4,000 PCC OF ALL HALLOWS BROMLEY BY BOW
£4,000 OXFORD CHURCHES DEBT CENTRE
£4,000 OPENING DOORS LONDON
£4,000 ON COURSE FOUNDATION
£4,000 LIGHT UP LEARNING
£4,000 LITTLE HEARTS MATTER
£4,000 KIDS IN MUSEUMS
£4,000 HENRY BOX COLLECTION
£4,000 FRIENDS AND PLACES TOGETHER
£4,000 EDINBURGH CITY MISSION SCIO
£4,000 CURLEW ACTION
£4,000 AUTISM VENTURES
£3,992 RYEDALE CARERS' SUPPORT
£3,975 DYSCOVER LIMITED
£3,840 ART BEYOND BELIEF
£3,715 CHILDREN HEARD AND SEEN
£3,650 PROSTATE CANCER UK
£3,500 THE SENSORY PLACE
£3,500 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ALL SOULS, EASTBOURNE
£3,500 HOH CHARITABLE TRUST
£3,500 BOURNEMOUTH FOODBANK
£3,500 AGE UK OXFORDSHIRE
£3,250 MEN'S SHED LICHFIELD
£3,200 TURNER'S HOUSE TRUST
£3,022 HAND OF SOLACE
£3,000 YOUNG PEOPLE'S TRUST FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
£3,000 THE SOLDIERS, SAILORS, AIRMEN AND FAMILIES ASSOCIATION - FORCES HELP
£3,000 THE PIANO TEACHERS' COURSE UK TRUST
£3,000 THE FRIENDS OF LEIGHTON HOUSE
£3,000 THE BACH CHOIR
£3,000 TAKING FLIGHT THEATRE COMPANY
£3,000 ST STEPHEN, WALBROOK
£3,000 OMEGA, THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR END OF LIFE CARE
£3,000 NINETEENTH CIRCLE
£3,000 MEDICS&ME
£3,000 LIMBLESS ASSOCIATION
£3,000 HEAR ME OUT MUSIC
£3,000 GOALBALL UK
£3,000 GIVE IT YOUR MAX
£3,000 EMMAUS MEDWAY LIMITED
£3,000 CHARLES YOUNG CENTRE
£3,000 ADVOCACY ORKNEY
£2,800 ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS, WATERFORD
£2,800 ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS, WATERFORD
£2,800 ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS, WATERFORD
£2,700 THINKING OF OSCAR
£2,700 PURBECK INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL LIMITED
£2,700 HARMONY YOUTH PROJECT
£2,694 WALK THE WALK WORLDWIDE
£2,678 SEEN LTD
£2,520 LAKE DISTRICT FOUNDATION
£2,500 WINCHESTER HOSPICE FUNDRAISING CHARITY
£2,500 WILTS & BERKS CANAL TRUST
£2,500 THE DEANS SENIOR TEA CLUB
£2,500 THE COUNTRY FOOD TRUST
£2,500 ROALD DAHL'S MARVELLOUS CHILDREN'S CHARITY
£2,500 NEW FOREST BASICS BANK
£2,500 HIGH BARNET CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL
£2,500 HACKNEY CARIBBEAN ELDERLY ORGANISATION
£2,500 COPE CHILDRENS TRUST
£2,500 CHRIST CHURCH SOUTHAMPTON CIO
£2,400 GO! YOUTH TRUST
£2,250 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON (JUBILEE)
£2,195 HEADWAY PORTSMOUTH AND SOUTH-EAST HAMPSHIRE
£2,125 CRIMINON UNITED KINGDOM
£2,000 TRANSFORMATION CPR
£2,000 THE GAME AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION TRUST
£2,000 ST. LADOCA, LADOCK
£2,000 ST. LADOCA, LADOCK
£2,000 ST STEPHEN, WALBROOK
£2,000 ST PETER'S CHURCH, UGBOROUGH
£2,000 ST PETER'S CHURCH, UGBOROUGH
£2,000 ST PETER'S CHURCH, UGBOROUGH
£2,000 ST PAULS, ST BARNABAS, HOMERTON PCC
£2,000 ST MATTHEW, HIGHFIELD
£2,000 ST MATTHEW, HIGHFIELD
£2,000 ST MARY'S CHURCH, BUCKNELL
£2,000 ST MARY'S CHURCH, BUCKNELL
£2,000 ST MARY'S CHURCH, BUCKNELL
£2,000 ST MARY VIRGIN, NORTHILL PCC
£2,000 ST MARY VIRGIN, NORTHILL PCC
£2,000 ST MARY VIRGIN, NORTHILL PCC
£2,000 ST MARY BOW & HOLY TRINITY BOW CHURCH (MILE END)
£2,000 ST LADOCA, LADOCK
£2,000 ST JOHN THE BAPTIST, PARISH OF STONE, DINTON & HARTWELL PCC
£2,000 ST JOHN THE BAPTIST, PARISH OF STONE, DINTON & HARTWELL PCC
£2,000 ST BARNABAS, HOMERTON PCC
£2,000 ST BARNABAS, HOMERTON
£2,000 ST WILFRID'S HOSPICE (EASTBOURNE)
£2,000 PROTECT OUR WINTERS UK
£2,000 OPERA HOLLAND PARK
£2,000 NORMANDY COMMUNITY THERAPY GARDEN
£2,000 MAKING MIRACLES
£2,000 LEIGHTON LINSLADE HELPERS
£2,000 LEICESTER CATHEDRAL CHARITABLE TRUST
£2,000 KIDSCAN LIMITED
£2,000 GREWELTHORPE C E SCHOOL FUND
£2,000 FUTURE TREES TRUST
£2,000 FOODCYCLE
£2,000 FELIX FUND - THE BOMB DISPOSAL CHARITY
£2,000 FABRICA
£2,000 EXPOSURE ORGANISATION LIMITED
£2,000 ALL SAINTS CHURCH PCC, CALDECOTE
£2,000 ALL SAINTS CHURCH PCC, CALDECOTE
£2,000 ALL SAINTS CHURCH PCC, CALDECOTE
£2,000 ALL HALLOWS, BROMLEY-BY-BOW PCC
£2,000 ALL HALLOWS, BROMLEY-BY-BOW PCC
£2,000 AMSCORDI LIMITED
£1,967 WHIZZ-KIDZ
£1,865 FAMILY HOLIDAY CHARITY
£1,865 DREAMFLIGHT
£1,817 MID AND SOUTH ESSEX NHS FOUNDATION TRUST CHARITY
£1,785 WORMWOOD SCRUBS PONY CENTRE
£1,551 FOCUS COUNSELLING (UK) LTD
£1,500 YOU OKAY, DOC?
£1,500 THE LEAGUE OF REMEMBRANCE
£1,500 THE ELY DIOCESAN BOARD OF FINANCE
£1,500 THE CAMPAIGN FOR DRAWING
£1,500 SOUTH WEST BLOOD BIKES
£1,500 OUNDLE PARISH CHURCH (ST PETER'S)
£1,500 OUNDLE PARISH CHURCH (ST PETER'S)
£1,500 CLAPTON COMMON BOYS CLUB
£1,500 CARE OF POLICE SURVIVORS
£1,434 AIMING HIGHER FOR THE DISABLED COMMUNITY
£1,419 AFGHANAID
£1,300 THE BARN OWL TRUST
£1,300 MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY
£1,226 THE ROYAL AIR FORCE BENEVOLENT FUND
£1,226 THE REME CHARITY
£1,200 THE LONDON LIBRARY
£1,111 MOSS SIDE FIRE STATION BOXING CLUB CIO
£1,095 THE PRIORY OF ENGLAND AND THE ISLANDS OF THE MOST VENERABLE ORDER OF THE HOSPITAL OF ST. JOHN OF JERUSALEM
£1,000 TOWER HAMLETS EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP
£1,000 LEAGUE OF FRIENDS OF WITNEY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
£1,000 HOPE FOR HUNGER CIO
£1,000 DEVIZES AND DISTRICT FOODBANK
£1,000 CITY OF LONDON CHOIR
£1,000 BUCKINGHAM EMERGENCY FOOD APPEAL
£1,000 AUTISM PLUS LIMITED
£960 ENGLISH- SPEAKING UNION OF THE COMMONWEALTH
£901 ST MUNGO COMMUNITY HOUSING ASSOCIATION
£887 DEBATE MATE SCHOOLS LIMITED
£817 LONDON'S AIR AMBULANCE LIMITED
£750 ST MERRYN CHURCH
£750 MELTON MENCAP
£750 AFGHANISTAN & CENTRAL ASIAN ASSOCIATION
£650 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ALL SAINTS PRESTON
£500 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST MARY MAGDALENE, PADDINGTON
£500 SOUTHEND BOYS' CHOIR AND SOUTHEND GIRLS' CHOIR CIO
£500 PARKINSON'S DISEASE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED KINGDOM
£500 HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM FOODBANK
£500 BESSELS GREEN BAPTIST CHURCH
£496 CANNOCK CHASE SHED
£475 THE HANOVER BAND FOUNDATION
£360 CREATIVE DEMENTIA ARTS NETWORK
£250 LEONARD CHESHIRE DISABILITY
£250 FRIENDS OF THE ROYAL MARSDEN, CHELSEA
£200 ACTION FOR STAMMERING CHILDREN
£180 CATS PROTECTION
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