Mercer's Charitable Foundation

Who they support

People living in communities with some of the biggest challenges in the UK (particularly in parts of London where there is significant inequality, and in disadvantaged areas of East and North East England).

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

Grant criteria

The Mercers’ Company is a livery company focused on being a philanthropic force for good. We have a rich history dating back over 700 years with philanthropy as the common thread between our past, present and future. Each year our aim is to distribute £15 million to charitable causes. Our giving is focused on Young People & Education, Older People & Housing and Church & Communities.

Grant details

PROGRAMME: Young People & Education Funding Priorities: We support selected organisations and our Associated Schools and Colleges. Our particular strands of works are: - Special Initiatives - Early Years, Literacy and Transitions - School Leadership - Young people's Mental Health and Wellbeing This is a proactive grants programme and is not open for general application. Where we Fund: London. PROGRAMME: Church & Communities Funding Priorities: We fund churches, other secular and community based organisations: - Build Stronger Communities - Deliver Better Outcomes for Families and Carers Where we Fund: London, County Durham, Tyne & Wear, Northumberland, Tees Valley, Norfolk and Lincolnshire. PROGRAMME: Older People & Housing Funding Priorities: We fund not for profit community led organisations that: - Combat Loneliness in Older People - Provide Housing Solutions Where we Fund: London and Norfolk.

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Charity registered in England & Wales, No: 326340
Charity Commission for England and Wales
Analysis of Grants Made
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In this period 226 donations have been made totalling £16,463,039 to 173 organisations

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Growth in Spending
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Main Overlaps with other Grant Makers ?
By ValueBy Number
The National Lottery Community Fund 51% 54%
Garfield Weston Foundation 36% 34%
City Bridge Trust 32% 32%
The Henry Smith Charity 24% 24%
DCMS 23% 21%
BBC Children in Need 21% 17%
The Charity of Sir Richard Whittington 18% 29%
Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales 18% 21%
The Clothworkers' Foundation 17% 18%
Co-operative Group 16% 19%
Sole supporter: 15% by number, 10% by value.
Individual Grants Made
When Amount Annual
Spending
Grantee To be used for
14/03/2024 £7,500 ST NICHOLAS AND THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY CHURCH, STOWEY Stowey Revived Project: Activities Co-Ordinator Role
14/03/2024 £80,000 £29,024,379 TRINITY LABAN CONSERVATOIRE OF MUSIC AND DANCE Mercers' Arts Awards 2024-2028
14/03/2024 £80,000 UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS LONDON Mercers' Arts Awards 2024-2028
14/03/2024 £80,000 £16,214,690 WEST DEAN COLLEGE OF ARTS AND CONSERVATION Mercers' Arts Awards 2024-2028
13/03/2024 £3,900 HAMMERSMITH ACADEMY TRUST Summer School Places
24/01/2024 £75,301 £107,624 BARNET COMMUNITY PROJECTS Activities and support services for families, children and young people.
24/01/2024 £91,034 £749,096 FIRST LOVE FOUNDATION Holistic advocacy & advice services.
24/01/2024 £95,000 £133,849 GENESIS PROJECT MIDDLESBROUGH Funding to support core services.
24/01/2024 £94,080 £1,039,095 HANDCRAFTED PROJECTS Gateshead community space.
24/01/2024 £105,000 £1,410,310 KEY COMMUNITY Prevention services for families facing poverty.
24/01/2024 £109,599 £798,162 MIDAYE SOMALI DEVELOPMENT NETWORK Family support led by and for BME migrants.
24/01/2024 £62,318 £137,881 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST ALDHELM, EDMONTON Community services to support older people, young disabled people and the most vulnerable.
24/01/2024 £57,100 £2,510,740 PRAXIS COMMUNITY PROJECTS Community based support for at-risk refugees and imigrants to live in safety.
30/11/2023 £80,000 PETER SYMONDS' COLLEGE The Music Department.
29/11/2023 £80,000 £2,812,207 AGE UK LEWISHAM AND SOUTHWARK A befriending project for older Lewisham residents experiencing social isolation.
29/11/2023 £74,032 £565,899 HOLBORN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION The Doorstep Help project to support isolated older people.
29/11/2023 £119,000 £413,034 LONDON BUBBLE THEATRE CO. LTD Older Adults’ Programme to provide opportunities for self-expression and creativity.
29/11/2023 £65,890 £299,667 NEIGHBOURS IN POPLAR Bengali Women's Holistic Project.
29/11/2023 £120,000 £2,275,702 R L GLASSPOOL CHARITY TRUST Support programme for people aged 55+ in financial hardship.
29/11/2023 £120,000 £484,332 SYDENHAM GARDEN To support people living with dementia.
29/11/2023 £90,000 £669,345 TIME AND TALENTS ASSOCIATION Older People’s services to combat chronic loneliness.
29/11/2023 £74,000 £124,746 WESTMINSTER ARTS Creative Befrienders programme for people living with dementia.
29/11/2023 £60,000 £7,620,441 WIGMORE HALL TRUST Singing with Friends inclusive choir.
04/10/2023 £95,000 £585,941 ACTS TRUST Core funding for running and development costs.
04/10/2023 £96,500 £388,606 CHRISTIAN ACTION & RESOURCE ENTERPRISE LTD Support towards intense community support service.
04/10/2023 £77,950 £450,809 FOOTPRINTS IN THE COMMUNITY Continuation funding for community services and development.
04/10/2023 £79,500 £257,620 LINCOLNSHIRE RURAL SUPPORT NETWORK Supporting people in the farming community experiencing poor mental health and rural disadvantage.
04/10/2023 £103,744 £285,102 NEWWAY PROJECT NEWDawn Project for single homeless adults.
04/10/2023 £95,000 £667,609 OPEN DOOR NORTH EAST Support for challenges faced by asylum seekers.
04/10/2023 £50,000 £84,698 PARENT CLUB Kitchen Club sessions for families with children under 5 living in temporary accommodation in Hackney.
04/10/2023 £55,675 £94,159 UNIQUE COMMUNITY CHARITY The Stork Project, a weekly theatre project for migrant (refugee, asylum seeker, immigrants) communities.
04/10/2023 £85,000 £257,991 WHEELY TOTS Inclusive age-friendly activities in Broadwater Farm Community Centre.
06/07/2023 £249,771 £53,927,000 ST MARY'S UNIVERSITY Mental Health and Wellbeing Learning Partner
29/06/2023 £85,000 £1,059,875 999 CLUB AND LADY FLORENCE TRUST Funding to continue and expand the services for homeless, insecurely housed and other vulnerable women.
29/06/2023 £53,950 £1,647,458 BROMLEY MENCAP Providing group social and learning activities for carers with a learning disability
29/06/2023 £75,000 £394,717 CHILDREN ON THE AUSTISTIC SPECTRUM PARENTS' ASSOCIATION A peer support community and social hub for autistic people of all ages and their families/carers in the London Borough of Bromley and beyond.
29/06/2023 £103,200 £2,521,919 CRIPPLEGATE FOUNDATION ISLINGTON GIVING A funding programme to increase services and support for carers in Islington, in which design and decision-making processes are led by carers themselves.
29/06/2023 £105,000 £435,468 LUMINARY Empowering disadvantaged women in London to build a positive future for themselves and their families, and to break the cycle of poverty, violence and disadvantage.
29/06/2023 £94,600 SOUTHWARK DAY CENTRE FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS To support the Volunteers Coordinator that provides holistic services and develops resilience in vulnerable asylum seekers and refugees.
29/06/2023 £80,000 £2,315,700 YMCA NORTH TYNESIDE To develop a project focussing on building inclusive communities specifically targeting young refugees, asylum seekers and BAME women and girls.
20/06/2023 £92,123 £575,377 THE HISTORIC ENGLAND FOUNDATION Supporting Historic England's Early Careers programme for underrepresented young people entering the Heritage sector.
13/06/2023 £80,000 MADELEY ACADEMY Developing a Reading Curriculum to close the disadvantage gap.
18/05/2023 £80,000 £30,152,000 ABINGDON SCHOOL Funding for a Mental Health and Wellbeing Coordinator delivering provisions across primary and secondary schools.
18/05/2023 £80,000 £30,152,000 ABINGDON SCHOOL Continuation funding for the Partnership Coordinator to improve and consolidate skills of impact evaluation to meet strategic goals.
18/05/2023 £80,000 COLLEGE OF RICHARD COLLYER Supporting informed and aspirational student transitions to higher education, apprenticeships and employment.
18/05/2023 £80,000 COLLEGE OF RICHARD COLLYER Collyer's Mental Health and Wellbeing Initiative
18/05/2023 £80,000 MADELEY ACADEMY Securing Effective Post-16 Transition for Disadvantaged Boys
18/05/2023 £299,769 £1,695,996 MEDIA TRUST Providing support and capacity building within media for young people and education grantees.
18/05/2023 £80,000 PETER SYMONDS' COLLEGE Additional Mental Health Advisor for the Wellbeing Hub
18/05/2023 £80,000 SANDWELL ACADEMY Place2Be Student Support at Sandwell Academy
18/05/2023 £80,000 SANDWELL ACADEMY Expand the Brilliant Club and Academic Peer Mentoring into Key Stage 3
18/05/2023 £80,000 THOMAS TELFORD SCHOOL To support the mental health and well-being of students and staff by providing training for designated staff and students through the Anna Freud approved peer mentoring and Mental Health First Aiders.
18/05/2023 £80,000 THOMAS TELFORD SCHOOL To deliver the Boys Expeditionary Learning Project.
18/05/2023 £80,000 WALSALL ACADEMY To deliver the Intervention Programme using Expeditionary Learning Practices
18/05/2023 £80,000 WALSALL ACADEMY Appointment of a new counsellor to provide counselling across the entire week, increasing student access.
11/05/2023 £60,000 £247,382 ADVICE SUPPORT KNOWLEDGE INFORMATION Services for isolated older people from Black and minoritised communities
11/05/2023 £75,660 £676,601 AGE UK BEXLEY Provide warm spaces where older people can come together to combat loneliness, keep fit, get advice on housing and welfare/other benefits, and enjoy refreshments.
11/05/2023 £98,949 £460,447 AGE UK WALTHAM FOREST To add capacity to our Befriending Service to combat chronic loneliness and isolation in older people
11/05/2023 £75,000 £682,584 BLACKFRIARS SETTLEMENT Provision of services to combat loneliness, to improve health/wellbeing and to provide information and advocacy enabling older people to access benefits/income advice and specialist services.
11/05/2023 £80,000 £163,271 FISH NEIGHBOURHOOD CARE Friendship, independence, Support & Help for the older community of Barnes, Mortlake and East Sheen.
11/05/2023 £90,000 INTERGENERATIONAL MUSIC MAKING Launch of x9 IMM Community Hubs to support older people, PLWD across London Boroughs to connect & build long lasting connections through regular Intergenerational workshops.
11/05/2023 £120,000 £586,677 LINK AGE SOUTHWARK Providing friendly volunteer support to over 700 older people in Southwark who are feeling lonely or isolated.
11/05/2023 £48,000 £314,374 NEW FUTURE COLLECTIVE Friday Lunch Club provides older residents in need in Hackney with free, freshly cooked hot meals, companionship, bespoke support and activities including bingo and entertainment.
19/04/2023 £90,775 £1,209,157 ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS TRUST A programme of therapeutic support and communal activities for women who’ve experienced homelessness and severe disadvantage.
01/04/2023 £232,506 £178,837 AFRICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL To deliver the ‘Best you Can Be’ project - high quality mentoring and educational support.
01/04/2023 £273,966 £1,325,996 BODY AND SOUL Delivery of You Are Not Alone (YANA) suicide prevention programme for young people most at risk of suicide.
01/04/2023 £188,298 £304,297 NEWHAM ALL STAR SPORTS ACADEMY (NASSA) A holistic three-year mentoring programme to improve the mental health of 300 young people in the Borough of Newham.
01/04/2023 £105,000 £73,000 SOUTH LONDON COUNSELLING AND SUPPORT SERVICES Free therapeutic counselling and support services for 200 BAME young people and their families in the community.
25/01/2023 £40,000 £76,730 BARKING CHURCHES UNITE The support of poverty relief to the local community who are struggling with COVID, increasing energy , fuel, food costs, homelessness, mental health and isolation
25/01/2023 £60,000 CLAPTON COMMONS COMMUNITY ORGANISATION LTD To fund the next phase of development of our community building activities, contributing to the sustainability and resilience of our growing hyper-local civic engagement programme.
25/01/2023 £100,000 £1,144,913 FAMILY GATEWAY Bridging family support work, fully utilising Barefoot Professional Model, with hub activities; to reduce risks of family breakdown by providing wrap-around whole family support
25/01/2023 £60,000 £725,939 GREAT YARMOUTH PRESERVATION TRUST Core funding supporting projects and programmes using heritage to create community housing, training and employment opportunities in a town of severe deprivation and disadvantaged communities
25/01/2023 £60,000 MONEY A+E The Family Money Coach Service will provide high-quality money advice and support to families in poverty, helping them avoid financial crisis and improve their outcomes.
25/01/2023 £75,000 £319,050 UPPER TEESDALE AGRICULTURAL SUPPORT SERVICES LIMITED Working together with people living and working across the Durham Dales to strengthen our local communities; providing opportunities, creating connections and building resilience
07/09/2022 £83,000 INCOMMON FOUNDATION Continuation funding to reconnect generations after the pandemic; linking up primary schools with retirement homes in 5 locations and facilitating regular workshops or Covid-safe equivalents through the year.
07/09/2022 £29,600 £952,607 SOUTHWARK PLAYHOUSE Southwark Playhouse Elders Company consists of two weekly drama groups for people aged 65 and over that aims to develop participants’ skills, confidence and abilities.
30/06/2022 £11,000 £1,810,765 HOUSING JUSTICE To deliver a residential event for 24 leaders of faith organisations that support homeless people.
09/06/2022 £345,146 £666,902 ENVISION Grow our senior programme in London while building a strengthened graduate network, opportunities hub and communications resource to boost access to positive transitions for young people completing our structured essential and employment skills programme.
09/06/2022 £350,000 £874,598 MAKING THE LEAP A project to support young people studying at 16 – 18 from less-advantaged socio-economic backgrounds who are not attending university, by raising their aspirations, developing their skills and helping them transition to access employment pathways.
09/06/2022 £349,755 £1,150,930 POWER2 LIMITED To deliver Power2 Advance 1:1 and group support to improve wellbeing, transition to work, education or training and plan and prepare for long and short-term goals, to 192 care-experienced 16-18 year-olds from deprived London boroughs.
17/05/2022 £75,000 £19,160,910 DAUNTSEY'S SCHOOL Dauntsey’s would like to broaden and support more local schools and groups to access a fuller ‘Partnerships’ programme.
01/03/2022 £40,175 £2,973,211 THE SMALLPEICE TRUST Arkwright Scholarships
01/03/2022 £25,000 UNIVERSITY OF WINCHESTER To produce a toolkit for schools and an associated professional learning community to help schools embed creative thinking across their curricula.
02/12/2021 £110,320 THE CENTRE FOR EDUCATION AND YOUTH Evaluation partner for the Transitions Special Initiative - Cohorts 2 & 3 (further extension)
27/04/2021 £45,000 £26,246,000 ABINGDON SCHOOL To support disadvantaged young people in STEM subjects.
27/04/2021 £140,000 £19,713,000 ST PAUL'S GIRLS' SCHOOL The Professional Skills Development Programme
04/03/2021 £193,000 £3,773,000 BUTTLE UK To support disadvantaged young people with placements in boarding schools over 5 years
04/03/2021 £300,000 £2,864,686 ROYAL NATIONAL CHILDREN'S SPRINGBOARD FOUNDATION To support 20 highly disadvantaged young people with placements in boarding schools
03/03/2021 £75,000 £17,597,381 DAUNTSEY'S SCHOOL In support of the Mental Health and Wellbeing Coordinator role and to create a Mental Health and Wellbeing hub
14/12/2020 £50,000 £26,246,000 ABINGDON SCHOOL To support students catch-up in STEM subjects who have fallen behind due to COVID-19.
14/12/2020 £64,525 COLLEGE OF RICHARD COLLYER To support students catch-up in STEM subjects who have fallen behind due to COVID-19.
14/12/2020 £50,000 HAMMERSMITH ACADEMY TRUST To support students catch-up in STEM subjects who have fallen behind due to COVID-19.
14/12/2020 £52,767 PETER SYMONDS' COLLEGE To support students catch-up in STEM subjects who have fallen behind due to COVID-19.
09/12/2020 £5,000 £702,527 COVENT GARDEN DRAGON HALL TRUST In support of its food bank.
02/12/2020 £75,000 £9,111,765 THE HALL SCHOOL Mental Health and Wellbeing Coordinator
02/12/2020 £75,000 SANDWELL ACADEMY Special Initiatives Bid on Student Enrichment Programmes
16/10/2020 £8,500 CITY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON To continue the community engagement support to Care Homes and to pull together good practice in anticipation of an easing of restrictions in 2021.
06/10/2020 £50,000 NATIONAL CHURCHES TRUST The Cornerstone Grant Programme
06/10/2020 £30,000 £5,260,085 SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS To support the development of Match Trading and Trade Back
17/09/2020 £12,000 GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC & DRAMA The provision of a two-year scholarship for a student in financial need on the MA in Music Therapy course
17/09/2020 £19,800 £3,496,935 THE SMALLPEICE TRUST To fund 3 two-year Arkwright Engineering Scholarships per annum for 3 years from September 2020 for 6th form students from Mercers' schools
03/07/2020 £70,000 £706,274 YOUNG WESTMINSTER FOUNDATION Mastering My Future Programme
02/07/2020 £50,000 KEY FUND INVESTMENTS LIMITED To deliver a project of tailored support and finance to enable social enterprises, charities and communities to adapt to Covid-19 and thrive in the following period.
30/06/2020 £4,700 £1,221,050 HOPE INTO ACTION To support them to scale up their training to churches enabling them to provide more homes for the homeless and help their franchise partners better support their tenants during the pandemic.
11/06/2020 £330,000 £2,215,666 BRENTFORD FC COMMUNITY SPORTS TRUST To create inspiring and vibrant learning-spaces within the new Trust Community Hub facilities to support vulnerable young people transitioning from education to training/work
11/06/2020 £281,900 £2,173,064 DALLAGLIO RUGBYWORKS Placing teenagers at the heart, using RugbyWorks as the core programme and partnering with trusted sport for development organisations creating tailored pathways towards successful transitions.
11/06/2020 £350,000 £7,196,130 INTOUNI Supporting young people (aged 11-18) at IntoUniversity’s Hammersmith centre to develop the capabilities to overcome barriers to employment and post-school education.
18/05/2020 £10,000 SANDWELL ACADEMY To be allocated where most needed amongst its student body to provide practical support in provision of Information Technology (IT) equipment to enable remote working. These additional resources would also support the considerable mental health issues that are emerging during lockdown. The proposal below will also assist students to prepare for their recovery afterwards.
18/05/2020 £5,000 £189,836 FISH NEIGHBOURHOOD CARE Funding towards the purchasing of IPads to start a train the trainer digital literacy programme.
15/05/2020 £1,350 £4,170,155 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST JOHN AT HACKNEY To support the organisation to deliver a takeaway lunch service from their Lighthouse centre in Hackney and a new location, Leyton Church, to meet a gap in provision for people struggling as a result of Covid-19.
08/05/2020 £10,000 WALSALL ACADEMY To be allocated where most needed amongst its student body to provide practical support through the provision of Information Technology (IT) equipment to enable remote working and supporting mental health awareness during lockdown and to prepare for the recovery afterwards.
29/04/2020 £5,000 £1,111,150 HILLINGDON CARERS To support the organisation's older carers fund, which supports people on very low income with white goods or essentials. The organisation would normally refer to a national scheme but it has surpassed its monthly amount due to increased demand.
28/04/2020 £75,000 £9,111,765 THE HALL SCHOOL Science Curriculum Development Coordinator in Partnership Primary Schools
28/04/2020 £75,000 MADELEY ACADEMY Developing a Reading Curriculum to Close the Disadvantage Gap
28/04/2020 £75,000 PETER SYMONDS' COLLEGE Steinway School Transitions Programme
28/04/2020 £75,000 PETER SYMONDS' COLLEGE Mental Health and Wellbeing Hub
28/04/2020 £75,000 SANDWELL ACADEMY Mental Health and Wellbeing Coordinator with Place2Be
28/04/2020 £75,000 UNIVERSITY OF WINCHESTER To respond to a pressing need identified by headteachers for guidance on how to embed creative thinking in schools so that the creativity of all young people is developed and enhancing their motivation, well-being, behaviour and academic outcomes.
24/04/2020 £4,020 £332,948 SYDENHAM GARDEN Money towards clinical supervision for staff and hardware.
24/04/2020 £10,000 £2,698,000 NORFOLK COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Contribution towards the Covid-19 Community Response Fund which is being managed by the Norfolk Community Foundation.
24/04/2020 £5,000 £540,177 CLAREMONT PROJECT (ISLINGTON) Additional funding for the co-ordination of activities and getting food and essentials to members.
23/04/2020 £7,500 £329,807 UPPER TEESDALE AGRICULTURAL SUPPORT SERVICES LIMITED In response to Covid-19 UTAAS has set up an emergency out of hours phone line (so people can contact them 24/7) and has 102 volunteers who have signed up to safely provide a wide range of support to those who are ill or vulnerable.
22/04/2020 £20,000 THE DRAPERS' COMPANY Contribution towards the provision of meals to NHS staff through the NHS Livery Kitchen Initiative.
21/04/2020 £2,000 £401,968 CALTHORPE PROJECT Funding to pay for a new cargo bike to allow the organisation to deliver food, essentials and other items to members who are self isolating.
21/04/2020 £5,000 £913,735 AGE UK SUTTON Contribution towards the Age UK Sutton appeal to co-ordinate volunteers providing support to 750 additional people referred to them during the pandemic.
16/04/2020 £10,000 £731,115 DRIVE FORWARD FOUNDATION To be allocated where most needed in the organisation's current mission to mitigate against the effects of Covid-19 amongst their care-experienced beneficiaries including therapeutic support as well as emergency financial relief for those most hit by the crisis.
09/04/2020 £5,000 £581,848 TIME AND TALENTS ASSOCIATION Contribution towards food, emergency transport and essentials.
09/04/2020 £10,000 HAMMERSMITH ACADEMY TRUST To enable Hammersmith Academy to purchase laptops on behalf of its most disadvantaged students.
09/04/2020 £5,000 £732,353 BLACKFRIARS SETTLEMENT Contribution towards additional food, DBS and technology costs.
09/04/2020 £6,420 £1,098,626 ASHFORD PLACE Funding to cover essentials as well as money to support those who cannot access their banks.
09/04/2020 £4,925 £91,262 ADVICE SUPPORT KNOWLEDGE INFORMATION Funding towards provision of meals, telephone calls and minibus costs.
06/04/2020 £7,500 £325,791 CLOCKHOUSE COMMUNITY CENTRE Emergency funding to help the organisation to scale up the delivery of their advice service.
03/04/2020 £10,000 £19,713,000 ST PAUL'S GIRLS' SCHOOL To be allocated where most needed amongst maintained schools in the West London Partnership for the purchase of IT and other educational equipment and supplies for their most disadvantaged pupils.
03/04/2020 £8,000 £807,374 SOUTH TYNESIDE CHURCHES KEY PROJECT To contribute to the additional staffing costs associated with the organisation's supported housing schemes as a result of Covid-19.
03/04/2020 £4,800 £59,028 THE KIDS AND YOUNG ADULTS KLUB-SPECIAL NEEDS SUPPORT GROUP (THE KAYAKS) To provide counselling support to work with the families that are struggling the most as a result of the Covid-19 and the restrictions on movement.
03/04/2020 £5,000 INCOMMON LIVING To support the organisation's immediate food and essentials response, as well as providing additional support for their Open Source befriending work.
02/04/2020 £2,000 £1,044,613 SOUTHWARK DIOCESAN WELCARE To support the organisation to deliver supermarket vouchers to families in need.
02/04/2020 £7,250 £1,971,339 DAISY CHAIN PROJECT To help support the sustainability of the organsiation which has suffered a significant loss of revenue due to Covid-19.
01/04/2020 £3,500 £649,511 LEWISHAM REFUGEE AND MIGRANT NETWORK (LRMN) To support the organisation to continue to operate their weekly distribution of food and small amounts of cash to refugees and migrants.
01/04/2020 £4,000 £375,210 HACKNEY MIGRANT CENTRE (HMC) To support the organisation's hardship fund for refugees and migrants.
31/03/2020 £5,000 £724,441 KATHERINE LOW SETTLEMENT For the co-ordination of the Coronavirus Battersea Angels.
31/03/2020 £5,000 £702,527 COVENT GARDEN DRAGON HALL TRUST Funding to extend the working hours of the organisation's Activities Assistant to include the weekends so that the provision of food, essentials and daily phone calls is throughout the week.
28/03/2020 £4,000 £410,364 FUTURE REGENERATION OF GRANGETOWN To provide nutritional meals to those affected by Covid-19. The charity wants to use their existing kitchen/cooks and community vehicles/drivers, as well as volunteers, to start making and delivering nutritional hot meals to those who need them most. They are aiming to provide around 50 meals per day, which will help increase nutritional health, reduce mental health issues and help people at particular risk to stay at home.
28/03/2020 £5,000 £3,376,820 CARITAS - ANCHOR HOUSE To support the organisation to continue to operate their homeless and rough sleepers accommodation.
28/03/2020 £4,500 £429,770 BEYOND FOOD FOUNDATION To support the charity to realign their work to continue to support people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness during the Covid 19 pandemic.
27/03/2020 £5,000 £25,499 THE LIVING ROOM GREAT YARMOUTH Support for the setting up of the Great Yarmouth (Borough) Food Bank Emergency Delivery service offering one week’s worth of emergency food parcels to those self-isolating who have no other means of getting food.
27/03/2020 £5,000 £97,129 HACKNEY CARIBBEAN ELDERLY ORGANISATION (HCEO) The money will go towards the community response to Covid-19, providing food and other essential items to older people who the organisation is in touch with.
27/03/2020 £7,727 £804,939 FAMILY GATEWAY To enable the organisation to deliver three family sized dinners each week to vulnerable families they support whose children are entitled to Free School Meals and where they are concerned about potential increased neglect, malnutrition and food poverty.
27/03/2020 £5,000 £1,832,173 AGE UK CROYDON Funding to scale up the Covid-19 community centre response, reaching more people and allowing more purchasing of food.
25/03/2020 £5,000 £337,232 SHELTER FROM THE STORM To support the organisation to continue to operate their homeless shelter.
25/03/2020 £5,000 £289,438 EUDAIMONIA Eudaimonia has turned their ‘social lounge’ at the back of their community shop, in Gainsborough, into a multi-agency Corona Virus Mutual Aid Support Hub and they are leading the co-ordination of this effort. Request is for purchasing essential household items to ensure they can continue this support for 4 months upwards and ensure they meet the growing demand in their community.
25/03/2020 £2,750 CLAPTON COMMONS COMMUNITY ORGANISATION LIMITED To enable the organisation's community organiser to work one additional day per week for three months plus print leaflets for door to door delivery.
23/03/2020 £5,000 £373,413 HIGHGATE AND NEWTOWN COMMUNITY CENTRE The grant is towards the running and scaling up of the crisis centre run by Highgate and Newtown Community Centre. It provides hot meals, electricity/gas top ups and newspapers to people within the community in need, many of which will be over 70.
13/02/2020 £5,000 £23,538 1170 St Nicolas Church Refurbishment
11/02/2020 £75,000 £26,246,000 ABINGDON SCHOOL Mental Health and Wellbeing Coordinator
11/02/2020 £75,000 £26,246,000 ABINGDON SCHOOL Partnership Hub Coordinator
11/02/2020 £75,000 SANDWELL ACADEMY Unlocking Potential Project
11/02/2020 £220,000 £2,209,515 WINSTON CHURCHILL MEMORIAL TRUST Churchill Fellowships
11/02/2020 £63,045 THE CENTRE FOR EDUCATION AND YOUTH Evaluation of the Transitions Special Initiative - Cohorts 2 & 3
11/02/2020 £75,000 MADELEY ACADEMY Securing Effective Post -16 Transition for Disadvantaged Boys
11/02/2020 £75,000 THOMAS TELFORD SCHOOL Boys' Achievement Project
11/02/2020 £75,000 THOMAS TELFORD SCHOOL Nurture Centre
11/02/2020 £75,000 WALSALL ACADEMY Expeditionary Learning Programme
11/02/2020 £75,000 WALSALL ACADEMY Place2Be Mental Health and Wellbeing Project
30/01/2020 £99,736 £136,353,000 AGE UK To expand the organisation's No Place Like Home pilot programme, in order to provide specialist support on housing to older people in London.
30/01/2020 £120,000 RE-ENGAGE Re-engage in London supports the oldest old (75+) to reduce loneliness and social isolation by engaging them in free monthly social gatherings on Sunday.
30/01/2020 £100,000 TONIC HOUSING ASSOCIATION LIMITED Tonic is creating vibrant and inclusive urban LGBT+ affirmative retirement communities where people can share common experiences, find mutual support and enjoy their later life
29/01/2020 £90,000 £1,069,748 999 CLUB AND LADY FLORENCE TRUST Funding towards core costs to enable the delivery of a night shelter and day centre.
29/01/2020 £49,660 £777,401 THE CINNAMON NETWORK Project Lab 2020:Housing Crisis - identifying five excellent faith-based projects that are helping to tackle the UK's housing crisis for replication.
29/01/2020 £150,000 £777,401 THE CINNAMON NETWORK Community Engagement support, start-up funding, and training for church social action in Norfolk, Lincolnshire and Greater London.
29/01/2020 £42,400 £317,170 CITY AND HACKNEY CARERS CENTRE A Parent Carer Project to support families of children with disabilities and additional needs.
29/01/2020 £45,000 £289,438 EUDAIMONIA Support for the running of a ‘social lounge’ (flexible community space) and community shop.
29/01/2020 £97,590 £1,221,050 HOPE INTO ACTION Partnering with churches to enable them to house and support the homeless.
29/01/2020 £90,000 £807,374 SOUTH TYNESIDE CHURCHES KEY PROJECT Extending the charity’s Reconnect and Family Intervention Team, to support a wider range of families facing challenges.
29/01/2020 £40,000 £2,250,591 YMCA NORTH TYNESIDE Community project that supports a range of groups and individuals in Cockfield and Evenwood, two rural areas in County Durham.
29/01/2020 £22,200 BENJAMIN ADLARD PRIMARY SCHOOL Forest school adult learning project and engagement with the wider community.
29/01/2020 £25,000 IMPACT HUB KINGS CROSS LTD A start-up and mentoring programme supporting homeless people to pursue a new career or start a business.
29/01/2020 £30,000 LUDHAM PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL To extend the community use of a church in Ludham, Norfolk, by building toilets and a kitchenette.
14/01/2020 £3,000 HOUSING LEARNING AND IMPROVEMENT NETWORK Loneliness Webpage
10/12/2019 £4,000 £65,228 HOLY TRINITY & ST SILAS C E PRIMARY SCHOOL Development of the Library at Holy Trinity & St Silas CE Primary School
05/12/2019 £75,000 £68,892 COLLEGE OF RICHARD COLLYER Mental Health and Wellbeing Initiative
05/12/2019 £75,000 £68,892 COLLEGE OF RICHARD COLLYER Transition to Technical, Vocational or Mixed Advanced Programme
05/12/2019 £100 £36,630,000 ST PAUL'S SCHOOL CanSat competition entry promoting space industry to a younger generation.
04/12/2019 £45,000 £961,709 ALMSHOUSE ASSOCIATION To part fund a PhD student to complete peer reviewed research into the factors that lead residents of almshouses to live longer and healthier lives.
04/12/2019 £75,000 £729,811 BLACKFRIARS SETTLEMENT Provision of services to combat loneliness, to improve health and wellbeing and to provide information and advocacy enabling older people to access specialist services.
04/12/2019 £150,000 £18,506,000 INDEPENDENT AGE Sponsorship of a portion of the salary and on-costs for the Head of Innovation, Policy & Research role at the Campaign to End Loneliness
04/12/2019 £139,485 £1,664,757 SHARED LIVES PLUS We plan to grow and diversify the Homeshare sector over 3 years to bring Homeshare to a more diverse range of people across the UK.
27/11/2019 £50,000 £2,055,295 BOUNCE BACK FOUNDATION Pan Livery - No Going Back Pilot Project
16/10/2019 £5,000 £190,939 ST. DUNSTAN'S PCC Let there be light appeal
08/10/2019 £75,000 £122,137 BRECKON HILL COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE Core costs towards a community centre that delivers a range of services in a disadvantaged and very ethnically diverse area of Middlesbrough.
08/10/2019 £60,000 £1,121,748 FUTURE REGENERATION OF GRANGETOWN Core costs towards a significant multi-purpose community building in a disadvantaged area of Middlesbrough.
08/10/2019 £27,000 £59,028 THE KIDS AND YOUNG ADULTS KLUB-SPECIAL NEEDS SUPPORT GROUP (THE KAYAKS) Support and fitness sessions for the parents/carers of children with special needs.
08/10/2019 £75,000 £113,246 KING'S LYNN WINTER NIGHT SHELTER Support for a winter night shelter in Kings Lynn, open seven nights a week.
08/10/2019 £60,000 £3,680,014 LINCOLNSHIRE YMCA Community Connections project, which aims to engage with local people in two areas to build local networks and support social action.
08/10/2019 £80,000 £396,070 ST NICHOLAS CATHEDRAL, NEWCASTLE Support for the Lantern Initiative, which will offer In-depth support for people who are marginalised and come to the Cathedral.
08/10/2019 £75,000 £269,447 UPPER TEESDALE AGRICULTURAL SUPPORT SERVICES LIMITED Core costs of the charity that seeks to address social isolation, health and wellbeing, access to services and poverty in a very rural area.
08/10/2019 £60,000 £76,685 WOR HOOSE COMMUNITY PROJECT Core costs towards a community base that delivers a range of services in a disadvantaged area of Newcastle.
08/10/2019 £13,200 EAST DURHAM MINISTRY EXPERIENCE PROJECT Equipping graduate volunteers to serve in East Durham for at least 12 months while exploring their future vocation.
25/09/2019 £300,000 £15,760,008 THE ANNA FREUD CENTRE Extension of grant to continue its work assisting Mercers’ Associated Schools and Colleges with the development and evaluation of initiatives they have put in place to support their students’ mental wellbeing.
24/09/2019 £215,000 £2,265,846 CHARTERED COLLEGE OF TEACHING Design and piloting of a Chartered Teacher programme for school leaders.
24/09/2019 £75,000 £13,754,000 ROYAL BALLET SCHOOL Positive Minds Mental Health and Wellbeing Programme
18/09/2019 £25,735 £947,801 AGE UK LONDON Protecting Older Renters
18/09/2019 £100,000 £4,182,000 BROMLEY BY BOW CENTRE Space to Connect is a skill-sharing project that connects and supports isolated older people through a range of co-produced activities designed to improve health.
18/09/2019 £97,577 £879,313 DEMENTIA ADVENTURE A programme of ‘Thinking Differently about Dementia’ support events for informal (unpaid) carers looking after somebody with dementia delivered face-to-face and via online webinars
18/09/2019 £130,000 £1,902,965 THE NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR NEUROLOGY AND NEUROSURGERY DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION To develop a unique education and support programme for Rare Dementia Support, designed by and for people living with rare dementias to educate key audiences.
18/09/2019 £74,873 £7,999,000 TOYNBEE HALL The Wellbeing Centre at Toynbee Hall
12/09/2019 £500 £2,443,366 CURE PARKINSON'S TRUST Donation to the charity.
04/07/2019 £25,000 £2,082,736 BIBLE READING FELLOWSHIP To develop capacity of a volunteer model designed to meet the spiritual and emotional needs of older people.
04/07/2019 £25,000 £2,082,736 BIBLE READING FELLOWSHIP To develop capacity of a volunteer model designed to meet the spiritual and emotional needs of older people.
04/07/2019 £89,886 £1,971,339 DAISY CHAIN PROJECT Piloting a new employability project for people with autism, based on the refurbishment and upcycling of furniture and other items otherwise destined for landfill.
04/07/2019 £67,545 £1,208,412 FORESIGHT (NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE) LIMITED Assisting a local charity, operating in a very disadvantaged area, to become more sustainable by supporting the costs of a Facilities Manager.
04/07/2019 £60,000 £1,319,255 HEXHAM ABBEY Support for the employment of a Fundraising Manager.
04/07/2019 £90,000 £21,914,905 NORTH EAST AUTISM SOCIETY Support for the Family Development Service of a charity that provides services for those with autism and neurodiverse conditions.
04/07/2019 £92,051 £3,079,564 OASIS COMMUNITY HOUSING Supported accommodation for those who are homeless or vulnerably housed in Gateshead.
04/07/2019 £100,000 £4,170,155 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST JOHN AT HACKNEY The Lighthouse Project - delivering community services in east London.
04/07/2019 £30,000 £1,902,852 XLP To support XLP’s Mentoring Project in Greenwich, using volunteers to help young people improve their life-skills, relationships, and opportunities.
04/07/2019 £18,142 ST PETER & ST PAUL, CHERRY WILLINGHAM To continue the appointment of a Benefice Administrator.
26/06/2019 £51,874 £718,532 AGE EXCHANGE THEATRE TRUST Caring Together (CT): using Reminiscence Arts (RA) to combat loneliness in 129 older people with dementia, carers and volunteers targeting high risk areas.
26/06/2019 £100,000 £728,178 ONE WESTMINSTER To provide a service recruiting and training volunteers to become befrienders to the many socially isolated and lonely older Westminster residents needing friendship and company.
26/06/2019 £34,650 £255,268 SPARE TYRE THEATRE COMPANY A one year creative community outreach programme leading to a co-created production aimed at elderly carers and people living with dementia in South Asian communities.
26/06/2019 £75,000 INCOMMON LIVING To boost wellbeing and tackle loneliness among older people through offering volunteering opportunities in our educational programmes with primary schools students, taking place in retirement housing.
12/06/2019 £60,000 £241,826 COMPANY THREE THEATRE LTD (PREVIOUSLY- ISLINGTON COMMUNITY THEATRE) Theatre Training Programme
12/06/2019 £75,000 £169,799 KEEN LONDON Empowering volunteers with little or no experience to become invaluable one to one coaches trained to support children and young people with learning, behavioural and physical disabilities
12/06/2019 £32,000 £532,162 MAYOR OF LONDON'S FUND FOR YOUNG MUSICIANS London Music Fund Scholarships Programme
12/06/2019 £65,100 £1,229,549 THE WINDSOR LEADERSHIP TRUST Leadership training for heads and chairs of governors from the Mercers’ Company Associated Schools and Colleges.
12/06/2019 £99,570 THE CENTRE FOR EDUCATION AND YOUTH Evaluation of the Transitions Special Initiative - Cohort 1
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Cumulative Grants
Amount Grantee
£362,767 PETER SYMONDS' COLLEGE
£355,000 ABINGDON SCHOOL
£350,000 MAKING THE LEAP
£350,000 INTOUNI
£349,755 POWER2 LIMITED
£345,146 ENVISION
£330,000 BRENTFORD FC COMMUNITY SPORTS TRUST
£320,000 WALSALL ACADEMY
£310,000 SANDWELL ACADEMY
£310,000 MADELEY ACADEMY
£300,000 THE ANNA FREUD CENTRE
£300,000 ROYAL NATIONAL CHILDREN'S SPRINGBOARD FOUNDATION
£299,769 MEDIA TRUST
£281,900 DALLAGLIO RUGBYWORKS
£273,966 BODY AND SOUL
£272,935 THE CENTRE FOR EDUCATION AND YOUTH
£249,771 ST MARY'S UNIVERSITY
£232,506 AFRICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
£224,525 COLLEGE OF RICHARD COLLYER
£220,000 WINSTON CHURCHILL MEMORIAL TRUST
£215,000 CHARTERED COLLEGE OF TEACHING
£203,000 KEY COMMUNITY
£199,660 THE CINNAMON NETWORK
£193,000 BUTTLE UK
£188,298 NEWHAM ALL STAR SPORTS ACADEMY (NASSA)
£175,000 999 CLUB AND LADY FLORENCE TRUST
£160,000 THOMAS TELFORD SCHOOL
£157,500 UPPER TEESDALE AGRICULTURAL SUPPORT SERVICES LIMITED
£155,000 BLACKFRIARS SETTLEMENT
£150,000 THOMAS TELFORD SCHOOL
£150,000 ST PAUL'S GIRLS' SCHOOL
£150,000 INDEPENDENT AGE
£150,000 COLLEGE OF RICHARD COLLYER
£139,485 SHARED LIVES PLUS
£130,000 THE NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR NEUROLOGY AND NEUROSURGERY DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION
£124,020 SYDENHAM GARDEN
£120,000 YMCA NORTH TYNESIDE
£120,000 RE-ENGAGE
£120,000 R L GLASSPOOL CHARITY TRUST
£120,000 LINK AGE SOUTHWARK
£119,000 LONDON BUBBLE THEATRE CO. LTD
£109,599 MIDAYE SOMALI DEVELOPMENT NETWORK
£107,727 FAMILY GATEWAY
£105,000 SOUTH LONDON COUNSELLING AND SUPPORT SERVICES
£105,000 LUMINARY
£103,744 NEWWAY PROJECT
£103,200 CRIPPLEGATE FOUNDATION ISLINGTON GIVING
£102,290 HOPE INTO ACTION
£101,350 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST JOHN AT HACKNEY
£100,000 UNIVERSITY OF WINCHESTER
£100,000 TONIC HOUSING ASSOCIATION LIMITED
£100,000 ONE WESTMINSTER
£100,000 BROMLEY BY BOW CENTRE
£99,736 AGE UK
£98,949 AGE UK WALTHAM FOREST
£97,577 DEMENTIA ADVENTURE
£97,136 DAISY CHAIN PROJECT
£96,500 CHRISTIAN ACTION & RESOURCE ENTERPRISE LTD
£95,000 TIME AND TALENTS ASSOCIATION
£95,000 OPEN DOOR NORTH EAST
£95,000 GENESIS PROJECT MIDDLESBROUGH
£95,000 ACTS TRUST
£94,600 SOUTHWARK DAY CENTRE FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS
£94,080 HANDCRAFTED PROJECTS
£92,123 THE HISTORIC ENGLAND FOUNDATION
£92,051 OASIS COMMUNITY HOUSING
£91,034 FIRST LOVE FOUNDATION
£90,775 ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS TRUST
£90,000 NORTH EAST AUTISM SOCIETY
£90,000 INTERGENERATIONAL MUSIC MAKING
£85,000 WHEELY TOTS
£85,000 SANDWELL ACADEMY
£85,000 FISH NEIGHBOURHOOD CARE
£83,000 INCOMMON FOUNDATION
£80,000 WEST DEAN COLLEGE OF ARTS AND CONSERVATION
£80,000 UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS LONDON
£80,000 TRINITY LABAN CONSERVATOIRE OF MUSIC AND DANCE
£80,000 ST NICHOLAS CATHEDRAL, NEWCASTLE
£80,000 INCOMMON LIVING
£80,000 AGE UK LEWISHAM AND SOUTHWARK
£79,500 LINCOLNSHIRE RURAL SUPPORT NETWORK
£77,950 FOOTPRINTS IN THE COMMUNITY
£75,660 AGE UK BEXLEY
£75,301 BARNET COMMUNITY PROJECTS
£75,000 THE HALL SCHOOL
£75,000 THE HALL SCHOOL
£75,000 ROYAL BALLET SCHOOL
£75,000 KING'S LYNN WINTER NIGHT SHELTER
£75,000 KEEN LONDON
£75,000 DAUNTSEY'S SCHOOL
£75,000 DAUNTSEY'S SCHOOL
£75,000 CHILDREN ON THE AUSTISTIC SPECTRUM PARENTS' ASSOCIATION
£75,000 BRECKON HILL COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE
£74,873 TOYNBEE HALL
£74,032 HOLBORN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
£74,000 WESTMINSTER ARTS
£70,000 YOUNG WESTMINSTER FOUNDATION
£67,545 FORESIGHT (NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE) LIMITED
£65,890 NEIGHBOURS IN POPLAR
£65,100 THE WINDSOR LEADERSHIP TRUST
£64,925 ADVICE SUPPORT KNOWLEDGE INFORMATION
£64,000 FUTURE REGENERATION OF GRANGETOWN
£62,750 CLAPTON COMMONS COMMUNITY ORGANISATION LTD
£62,318 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST ALDHELM, EDMONTON
£60,000 WOR HOOSE COMMUNITY PROJECT
£60,000 WIGMORE HALL TRUST
£60,000 MONEY A+E
£60,000 LINCOLNSHIRE YMCA
£60,000 HEXHAM ABBEY
£60,000 GREAT YARMOUTH PRESERVATION TRUST
£60,000 COMPANY THREE THEATRE LTD (PREVIOUSLY- ISLINGTON COMMUNITY THEATRE)
£59,975 THE SMALLPEICE TRUST
£57,100 PRAXIS COMMUNITY PROJECTS
£55,675 UNIQUE COMMUNITY CHARITY
£53,950 BROMLEY MENCAP
£51,874 AGE EXCHANGE THEATRE TRUST
£50,000 PARENT CLUB
£50,000 NATIONAL CHURCHES TRUST
£50,000 KEY FUND INVESTMENTS LIMITED
£50,000 HAMMERSMITH ACADEMY TRUST
£50,000 EUDAIMONIA
£50,000 BOUNCE BACK FOUNDATION
£50,000 BIBLE READING FELLOWSHIP
£50,000 ABINGDON SCHOOL
£48,000 NEW FUTURE COLLECTIVE
£45,000 ALMSHOUSE ASSOCIATION
£42,400 CITY AND HACKNEY CARERS CENTRE
£40,000 BARKING CHURCHES UNITE
£34,650 SPARE TYRE THEATRE COMPANY
£32,000 MAYOR OF LONDON'S FUND FOR YOUNG MUSICIANS
£31,800 THE KIDS AND YOUNG ADULTS KLUB-SPECIAL NEEDS SUPPORT GROUP (THE KAYAKS)
£30,000 XLP
£30,000 SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS
£30,000 LUDHAM PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL
£29,600 SOUTHWARK PLAYHOUSE
£25,735 AGE UK LONDON
£25,000 IMPACT HUB KINGS CROSS LTD
£22,200 BENJAMIN ADLARD PRIMARY SCHOOL
£20,000 THE DRAPERS' COMPANY
£18,142 ST PETER & ST PAUL, CHERRY WILLINGHAM
£13,200 EAST DURHAM MINISTRY EXPERIENCE PROJECT
£12,000 GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC & DRAMA
£11,000 HOUSING JUSTICE
£10,000 NORFOLK COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
£10,000 HAMMERSMITH ACADEMY TRUST
£10,000 DRIVE FORWARD FOUNDATION
£10,000 COVENT GARDEN DRAGON HALL TRUST
£8,500 CITY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
£7,500 ST NICHOLAS AND THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY CHURCH, STOWEY
£7,500 CLOCKHOUSE COMMUNITY CENTRE
£6,420 ASHFORD PLACE
£5,000 THE LIVING ROOM GREAT YARMOUTH
£5,000 ST. DUNSTAN'S PCC
£5,000 SHELTER FROM THE STORM
£5,000 KATHERINE LOW SETTLEMENT
£5,000 HILLINGDON CARERS
£5,000 HIGHGATE AND NEWTOWN COMMUNITY CENTRE
£5,000 HACKNEY CARIBBEAN ELDERLY ORGANISATION (HCEO)
£5,000 CLAREMONT PROJECT (ISLINGTON)
£5,000 CARITAS - ANCHOR HOUSE
£5,000 AGE UK CROYDON
£5,000 AGE UK SUTTON
£5,000 1170
£4,500 BEYOND FOOD FOUNDATION
£4,000 HOLY TRINITY & ST SILAS C E PRIMARY SCHOOL
£4,000 HACKNEY MIGRANT CENTRE (HMC)
£3,900 HAMMERSMITH ACADEMY TRUST
£3,500 LEWISHAM REFUGEE AND MIGRANT NETWORK (LRMN)
£3,000 HOUSING LEARNING AND IMPROVEMENT NETWORK
£2,000 SOUTHWARK DIOCESAN WELCARE
£2,000 CALTHORPE PROJECT
£500 CURE PARKINSON'S TRUST
£100 ST PAUL'S SCHOOL
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