Greater London Authority

Who they support

Applications must be from a formally constituted organisation, with an organisational bank account and able to enter into legal contracts.

  • The average annual spending of grantees has been £7 million
  • The average age of charities supported has been 19 years.

Grant criteria

Preferred programmes vary from time to time, check website for details

Regional preferences: London

Grant details

Typically £5-25,000

Application procedure

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Analysis of Grants Made
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In this period they've made 1,735 donations totalling £447,605,354 to 594 organisations

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Growth in Spending
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By ValueBy Number
The National Lottery Community Fund 12% 51%
Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport 8% 35%
Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime 8% 10%
City Bridge Trust 7% 34%
The London Community Foundation 7% 14%
Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales 5% 13%
Home Office 5% 7%
Garfield Weston Foundation 5% 20%
Esmée Fairbairn Foundation 5% 15%
The Henry Smith Charity 5% 13%
Sole supporter: 24% by number, 85% by value.
Grants made
When Amount Annual
Spending
Grantee To be used for
31/03/2023 £5,004 ASL ASPIRE SUPPORT LEARNING C.I.C. London Legacy Development Corporation will fund ASL to support three significant aspects of their community delivery plan: (A) official launch of community café, (B) engagement plan to promote execessible community led workshops, and (C) formation of a resident led steering group.
30/03/2023 £75,000 LONDON PRISON GROUP Prison Violence Reduction Lead Role 2022-23
29/03/2023 £27,000 £677 LAMBETH LINKS Consulting on and installing a landmark opposite 47 Tulse Hill, a listed building which was one of the first HIV/AIDS Clinics and was opened by Princess Diana in a landmark moment. The project aims to tell the stories of those affected by HIV/AIDS and those who attended the clinic.
29/03/2023 £24,025 KHIZRA FOUNDATION A heritage project exploring London's connection and role in the partition of India. This project will create a new digital trail, walking tour and printed map that will highlight migratory history of South Asian Londoners (linked to Partition in India) and stories of survivors now residing in London.
29/03/2023 £27,000 DIALOGUE HUB COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY (CIC) Working with D/Deaf Artists to design and launch a new mobile space and café to celebrate and share stories from the D/deaf community in public spaces.
28/03/2023 £25,000 NEW MALDEN TOWN CENTRE PARTNERSHIP Working with local residents to create East Asian Vegetable Garden and Mural in New Malden Town Centre to highlight the East Asian residents in the area and encourage greater community mixing.
27/03/2023 £76,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HILLINGDON £76,000 grant funding to fund support service to 20 properties.
27/03/2023 £75,000 CO-OPERATIVES UK LTD The Greater London Authority (GLA) has provided funding to Co-operatives UK to support the delivery of Co_x0002_operatives UK’s London Ownership Hub project. The project aims to help grow and support democratic business models across London, which aligns with the GLA’s priorities. The Hub project will offer support to businesses, professionals and regions in order to increase employee and worker ownership, and to promote the benefits associated with these business models.
24/03/2023 £100,116 £27,000 SOUTH WEST LONDON AND ST GEORGE'S MENTAL HEALTH NHS TRUST Grant of £100,116 for South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust to expand their project to pilot new ways of working with people who sleep rough and have mental health needs in Richmond, Wandsworth, Kingston, Sutton and Merton. This includes providing a dedicated team of mental health professionals to support people sleeping rough. This brings the total grant funding for the project to £780,116.
23/03/2023 £110,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARKING AND DAGENHAM After Schools Robbery Work -Tackling Robberies of Young People Funding for FY 2022/23-2023/24
22/03/2023 £148,971 £118,798,000 ST MUNGO COMMUNITY HOUSING ASSOCIATION Variation to fund support / housing management for up to 36 properties. Reduction in allocated grant funding from £515k to £148k and change to longstop date.
21/03/2023 £47,000 £80,100,000 THE ROYAL NATIONAL THEATRE This project was match-funded by London Economic Action Partnership at an amount of £32,000. The National Theatre has been working on behalf of the London Theatre Consortium to support the development of a Set and Prop Recycling Centre for London Theatres. Thefacility is a new cultural infrastructure typology that would provide a way for theatres to store and make available recycled materials and components for reuse. It would enable theatres to play an active role in reducing their carbon footprint, supporting the Mayor’s target to become carbon zero by 2030. It would also have the benefit of reducing material costs for the creation of sets; these costs have been soaring in recent months. An initial small scale feasibility study was undertaken in April 2021 and this found that the idea was viable and warranted a more detailed business case to be developed. A business case report using the Five Case Model for developing business cases as recommended by Her Majesty's Treasury (HM Treasury) has now been presented to the GLA and suggests that the project is viable. The project now needs to proceed to a site feasibility to progress.
21/03/2023 £200,000 £3,287,587 SAFER LONDON London Gang Exit (Modification to MOPAC 559, MOPAC 182 and MOPAC 41): Cost Extension - 2022/23 Funding
20/03/2023 £152,922 LONDON BOROUGH OF ISLINGTON This is a joint borough project, with the London Borough of Islington acting as the lead authority on behalf of the five other NLHP boroughs (Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey & Westminster). The grant will specifically enable a small project co-ordination team to be put in place - directly employed by the London Borough of Enfield – to provide the necessary support in bringing forward new affordable homes via rooftop developments.
20/03/2023 £8,500 WORLD CITIES CULTURE FORUM LTD Support the city of Kyiv in joining the World Cities Culture Forum (WCCF) network for 2023-24.
20/03/2023 £2,950 THE LONDON DESIGN FESTIVAL LTD Diversity in London’s design workforce roundtable is co-hosted by London Design Festival (LDF) and the advocacy group Design Can. The roundtable is entitled ‘The Future of Inclusivity is in our Hands’ and is the second event the two organizations have held on this topic, following a successful pilot in November 2022. The grant will support LDF and Design Can to : secure staff time towards preparation and organization, cover Honorarium to speakers, produce write up, recommendations and outreach re next steps.
20/03/2023 £1,473,495 LONDON BOROUGH OF ENFIELD Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
19/03/2023 £54,975 WEST LONDON BUSINESS LTD. This funding is to employ the Park Royal Business Group manager, as well as running the PRBG events series.
17/03/2023 £196,876 £18,281,000 DEPAUL UK This project was match-funded by Depaul UK, at a fundraised contribution total of £313,587. Grant of £196,876 to fund 26-bed accommodation and staffing.
17/03/2023 £40,000 LONDON PRISON GROUP Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA)
17/03/2023 £1,353,162 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARKING AND DAGENHAM Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
17/03/2023 £1,032,012 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
16/03/2023 £54,011 ONE HOUSING GROUP LIMITED Grant uplift of £54,011 to extend the provision of support and provide a housing management function.
16/03/2023 £200,000 £118,798,000 ST MUNGO COMMUNITY HOUSING ASSOCIATION Grant of £200,000 to fund StreetLink London staffing.
14/03/2023 £25,000 THAMESMEAD ARTS AND CULTURE OFFICE (TACO!) Creating three new memorials and a walking tour to commemorate the murder of black teenager, Rolan Adams, in 1993 and the anti-racism movement to change Thamesmead that followed.
14/03/2023 £25,000 £11,081 CLAPHAM FILM UNIT Building on their Test and Nurture grant, Clapham Film Unit will install a mural in Lambeth to celebrate Women Activists and murals painted in the 1970's and 1980's, whose work is rapidly disappearing.
14/03/2023 £147,211 £9,200,712 SAFELIVES, LB BROMLEY, LB CROYDON, LB SUTTON, RISE MUTUAL CIC Home Office Funded Perp Programme - Drive South BCU Programme - Grant Modification to: - allocate continuation funding for 2022/23 April-Sept 2022 (MOPAC funded £337,367). - allocate continuation funding for 2022/23 (Oct 22 to Mar 23 (Home Office funded £337,367)
13/03/2023 £120,000 LONDON COUNCILS Grant uplift of £120,000 to expand SIAS Accommodation Fund.
13/03/2023 £24,961 OLDER GENERATION YOUNGER GENERATION CIC The project centres around the little-known commemoration of the New Cross Fire on Hackney Downs. 13 trees were planted on the Downs (having been uprooted from their original site in Lewisham) to commemorate the victims of the fire. This project installs tree protection, information boards and develop a walking tour to commemorate the victims of the fire and celebrate the black resistance movements that followed.
13/03/2023 £25,000 PORTOBELLO RADIO CIC A soundscape and interactive walk in Westway, North Kensington. The project represents the complex and layered histories of the local community as opposed to a representation of the victims of Grenfell Tower Fire.
13/03/2023 £27,000 CULTURETREE CENTRE LTD Working with Bristol University and local residents to create interactive Yoruba Heritage walking trails, a pop-up Yoruba community hub, and interactive wall murals in Peckham.
13/03/2023 £182,800 £25,298,237 REFUGE Extension of Ministry of Justice IDVA funding for FY 2023/24 and 24/25
13/03/2023 £200,000 £6,247,036 ADVANCE ADVOCACY AND NON VIOLENCE COMMUNITY EDUCATION Allocation of Ministry of Justice IDVA funding FY 2021/22 to 2022/23
13/03/2023 £1,685,616 LONDON BOROUGH OF LEWISHAM Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
13/03/2023 £200,000 £15,257,322 SOLACE WOMEN'S AID Allocation of Ministry of Justice IDVA funding for FY 2023/24
11/03/2023 £13,950 SHARED CITY CIC Intergenerational workshops and research to create a Jewish and Interfaith immigration history trail in Willesden and Brondesbury Park.
11/03/2023 £6,000 CREATING GROUND CIC A programme of walks, talks and research investigating the statues and memorials in Greenwich to explore their colonial past and contrast that with the experience of the migrant women involved in the project.
11/03/2023 £5,000 £130,669 EASTSIDE COMMUNITY HERITAGE Developing a sound bench to highlight stories from working class women on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
10/03/2023 £27,000 MOUNTFORD GROWING COMMUNITY This funding supports workshops to create new mosaic displays across the Mountford Estate to celebrate the residents' stories.
10/03/2023 £5,000 RENDEZVOUS PROJECTS CIC This funding supports developing an Augumented Reality heritage project to preserve the memories of Dungeons Nightclub in Leyton, the site of which is due for re-development. The venue was influential in breaking down cultural and racial barriers in the 1980's and 1990's.
10/03/2023 £5,000 £9,402 KRIO DESCENDANTS UNION UK AND IRELAND Community consultations to develop a new mural celebrating Krios people in London.
10/03/2023 £122,319 £1,180,123 JEWISH WOMEN'S AID Ministry of Justice ISVA/IDVA 2022-25 - Continuation funding for 1 x FTE IDVA
10/03/2023 £221,625 £1,072,110 LATIN AMERICAN WOMEN'S AID REFUGE Ministry of Justice DA/SV 22-25 - Continuation funding VAWG Case Worker & Advocacy Coordinator, Counsellor & Specialist Helpline Service
10/03/2023 £195,867 £72,826 NOUR DV Ministry of Justice DA/SV 22-25 - Funding will be used for an Operations & Wellbeing Manager @ 0.3 FTE, Operations Coordinator @ 0.3 FTE, Support Worker @ 0.5 FTE, Counselling Service & Support Administrator @ 0.6 FTE, Senior Psychotherapists @ 0.7 FTE and Sessional Senior Psychotherapists.
10/03/2023 £440,235 £1,545,977 RESPOND Ministry of Justice DA/SV 22-25 - Funding for 1x FTE DA Coordinator (inc. VAWG strands), 1 x FTE DA Wellbeing Worker (inc. VAWG strands), 2 x 1 FTE Therapists & Therapy Manager
10/03/2023 £329,692 £1,545,977 RESPOND Ministry of Justice ISVA/IDVA 2022-25 - Funding for a ISVA Manager & Senior ISVA working with neurodiverse victims.
10/03/2023 £405,000 £6,247,036 ADVANCE ADVOCACY AND NON VIOLENCE COMMUNITY EDUCATION Ministry of Justice DA/SV 22-25 - Funding for 3 x FTE Helpline Duty Workers (1 post will be split 0.6 Brent & 0.4 Ealing)
10/03/2023 £38,649 £552,992 BEYOND THE STREETS Ministry of Justice DA/SV 22-25 - Funding towards an administrator role.
10/03/2023 £253,431 £19,038,000 CRANSTOUN Ministry of Justice DA/SV 22-25 - Continuation funding for Women's Support Worker and Triage and Assessment Worker.
10/03/2023 £132,813 £19,038,000 CRANSTOUN Ministry of Justice ISVA/IDVA 2022-25 - Continuation funding for 1 IDVA
10/03/2023 £668,193 £1,658,930 EACH COUNSELLING AND SUPPORT Ministry of Justice DA/SV 22-25 - Funding for Senior Practitioner, Children/Young Person's Counsellor and BAME Counsellor @ 1FTE and VAWG lead, Data/Admin worker
10/03/2023 £101,154 £527,911 ELLA'S HOME Ministry of Justice DA/SV 22-25 - 1 x FTE Outreach Caseworker
10/03/2023 £63,300 £103,776 HAWA TRUST LTD Ministry of Justice DA/SV 22-25 - For 0.8 FTE Caseworker
10/03/2023 £195,600 £1,488,488 HOURGLASS (SAFER AGEING) Ministry of Justice DA/SV 22-25 - 2 x FTE Caseworker Information Officers
10/03/2023 £96,477 £1,488,488 HOURGLASS (SAFER AGEING) Ministry of Justice ISVA/IDVA 2022-25 - 1 FTE IDVAs to support older victims of abuse
10/03/2023 £100,328 £857,120 IKWRO - WOMEN'S RIGHTS ORGANISATION Ministry of Justice ISVA/IDVA 2022-25 - 1 x FTE IDVA to support 16+ victims.
10/03/2023 £133,950 £410,556 THE MAYA CENTRE Ministry of Justice DA/SV 22-25 - Increased hours for domestic abuse sessional counsellors, sessional complementary therapists and additional hours for a clinical administration assistant.
10/03/2023 £424,800 £3,287,587 SAFER LONDON Ministry of Justice DA/SV 22-25 - Funding for 2 x 1 FTE CYP Sexual Violence Caseworkers
10/03/2023 £123,780 £239,833 STREETLIGHT UK Ministry of Justice DA/SV 22-25 - Funding towards 2x Women's Support Workers
10/03/2023 £509,091 £4,620,949 WOMEN AND GIRLS NETWORK Ministry of Justice DA/SV 22-25 - Funding for 1 FTE Black & Global Majority Women Caseworker (VAWG), 0.4 FTE Black Women's Counsellor (SV), 0.2 FTE Black Women's Counsellor (VAWG), 0.4 FTE Counsellor (web-chat provision, VAWG) and 0.6 FTE Counsellor (SV)
09/03/2023 £5,995 £142,322 TURF PROJECTS This funding is to support learning Disabled Artists that will undertake workshops with local people to create and install a new mosaic in Park Hill Park, Croydon. This mosaic will represent their stories.
09/03/2023 £5,830 £260,077 PEER UK LTD This project was match-funded by the following Partner Organisations: National Lottery Heritage Fund, Cockayne, The London Community Foundation, Arts Council England, LB Hackney, Westfield East Bank and Creative Futures Fund. This is Community-led Research to co-produce a public mural by London-based artists, R.A.D Mural Cooperative. The mural will be part of larger exhibition and events that explore and celebrate the diverse cultural, artistic and experimental cooperative and collective initiatives that took place in Hackney in 1970's and 1980's.
09/03/2023 £5,100 THE ARAB COMMUNITY CENTRE IN BRITAIN LTD (PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS TANMIA LTD) This funding supports a consultation with the local community to develop a visual timeline of Arab migration to West London - to be installed in public space.
09/03/2023 £129,515 NHS ENGLAND Health and Wellbeing Service and Lead Provider (Modification to MOPAC 326) The Lighthouse (Child House)
08/03/2023 £20,000 BROMLEY EDUCATION AND TRAINING HUB (BETH) This project was match-funded by several partner organisations. The Creative Health Pilot is hosted by Bromley Education and Training for Health CIC as part of the newly constituted South East London Integrated Care System (SEL ICS). An 18-month partnership with SEL ICS (Commissioning Improvement Team team) and six boroughs that comprise the SEL ICS (Bexley, Bromley, Lambeth, Lewisham, Greenwich and Southwark) each contributing financially or in-kind, with a total budget of £90,000.
02/03/2023 £63,980 £62,182,000 GSTT Grant of £63,980 to fund 1 FTE nurse to provide health care services to the NSNO Waterloo Hub Hotel.
02/03/2023 £600,813 LONDON BOROUGH OF HARROW Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
01/03/2023 £180,000 THE UBELE INITIATIVE Focusing on green skills, growing and the food economy this project will create a growing space and garden on an under-utilised carpark roof in Wood Green. The intention is to support the emergence of a food-based identity for the area and address local issues including public health and air quality.
01/03/2023 £25,000 LONDON CHINATOWN CHINESE ASSOCIATION This activity marks London’s Chinese New Year celebrations, now branded as Lunar New Year. 2023 marks the Year of the Water Rabbit. The event took place over the weekend of January 21st -22nd 2023. Media activation consisting of the following: lighting of the column and fountains, a Tiger installation / Lion Dance and a full stage performance offering.
01/03/2023 £9,722 COMPANY DRINKS CIC This project will support 500+ local residents of Barking & Dagenham with the provision of 150 days per year of activities in Barking Park and other garden spaces across the borough. These include community gardening clubs, events, workshops and trips to provide healthy, positive and empowering social events that improve health, wellbeing and community cohesion.
28/02/2023 £4,253 £2,487,968 THE BRIDGE RENEWAL TRUST What If? A VCS Guide to Emergency Planning, Response & Recovery What If? is an online resource co-designed between the Bridge Renewal Trust, VCS Groups, and the Emergency Planning team at Haringey Council, to help Haringey’s voluntary sector prepare, respond, and recover effectively from emergencies in the borough by providing relevant information and guidance. What If? will be launched in summer 2023, providing a valuable resource to Haringey’s VCS.
28/02/2023 £5,000 £1,698,775 CROYDON VOLUNTARY ACTION Reflect, Review and Realise Working with Croydon’s six Local Community Partnerships on crisis response. Learning from the Covid-19 Pandemic and other local fires and civil unrest incidents, we’ll collectively consider: what did we do? What did we learn? Building our strengths planning in partnership: what can we implement for the future? What can we deliver in partnership? We will create an accessible repository of information and guides on ‘what to do in the event of...’.
28/02/2023 £4,969 £859,914 ENFIELD VOLUNTARY ACTION Enfield Voluntary and Community Response Project Enfield Voluntary Action (EVA) wants to use lessons learnt from the Covid-19 Pandemic, particularly how plans are beneficial, but communication channels are essential to successful responses and recovery from emergencies. Strong networks have emerged since Covid and the Successful Enfield Stands Together response, which will enable EVA to utilise our many VCS contacts and networks, Volunteer Centre and trusted relationships with key stakeholders for a shared strategy to an emergency.
28/02/2023 £5,000 £170,790 HAVERING VOLUNTEER CENTRE Building, Strengthening Community Resilience and Response HVC will strengthen relationships between the VCFS and Statutory agencies ensuring that there are improved channels of communication in place. By channelling past learning and sharing this intelligence with sector partners it will increase the rate of response, up time and delivery, ensuring that the smoothest approach is taken from the outset. By increasing community preparedness, HVC will develop a strong, thriving, resilient community that is connected, prepared and stronger.
28/02/2023 £5,000 £868,106 KINGSTON VOLUNTARY ACTION VCSE Resilience Forum To establish a local VCSE Resilience Forum (linked to the Borough Resilience Forum) in order to build the capacity of voluntary and community organisations who support residents and communities in Kingston to develop their resilience and support roles in advance of, during and after emergency incidents.
28/02/2023 £5,000 £600,925 LEWISHAM LOCAL Resilient Together: Connecting Lewisham Council with Voluntary and Community groups and Volunteers Lewisham Local will coordinate and co-design a new emergency response process with the council and voluntary organisations drawing on each stakeholder’s unique strengths. Together we will build the foundation of an engaged network of individuals, voluntary and statutory organisations that will be better connected and prepared, more clearly understanding the roles, systems and communication networks when there is an emergency. They will be connected through a database and Community Directory to streamline and speed communication.
28/02/2023 £4,906 £1,496,218 COMMUNITY BARNET Barnet Community Resilience Project We will use our community partnerships and connections and in-depth working knowledge and relationships with statutory services and first providers, to improve engagement and preparedness. We will engage with seldom-heard communities, improve knowledge of the impact of emergencies on them and co-deliver dedicated support and activities. This will include the following. Representation at and participation in planning and capability events; champions and volunteers; accessible information distribution. This will lead to a new co-produced Community Resilience Plan.
28/02/2023 £4,979 £522,628 SUTTON BOROUGH VOLUNTEER BUREAU Community Volunteer Emergency Squad Over the six months, working in partnership with the local authority, voluntary sector and local residents, we aim to develop a Community Volunteer emergency plan. Mapping of services, training and a communication plan, we will recruit, train and equip local residents into key voluntary roles to work with partnership professionals and local services. Our aim will be to create a cohesive and responsive support programme with capacity to meet the needs of a local emergency.
28/02/2023 £4,942 £445,120 VOLUNTARY ACTION CAMDEN Camden VCSE Sector Community Resilience Through the Fund we are seeking to achieve the following: Review of learning from recent emergency responses (e.g. flooding, Afghan, Ukraine, Covid) in terms of council/ VCS mobilisation and response. Develop a response framework- a visual tool about who to contact in an emergency and roles and responsibilities within the VCS and council. Shared data collection/ intelligence across the sector including, who is doing what/ collection analysis of issues on the ground/ feedback loop to emergency response to aid ongoing planning.
28/02/2023 £5,000 £371,669 VOLUNTARY ACTION ISLINGTON LIMITED Strengthening Community Resilience in Islington We will empower individuals and local communities to use local resources and knowledge to help themselves and their communities in an emergency. We will build resilience by making them aware of risks that are impacting and might impact on the community and plan and prepare for them to help minimise impact and disruption. We will develop a shared purpose to encourage individuals and communities to come together to help themselves and each other.
28/02/2023 £4,693 £366,924 VOLUNTEER CENTRE GREENWICH Working Together, Building Community Resilience in Royal Greenwich A project that supports the partnership between Royal Greenwich and the voluntary, community and faith sector in Greenwich, to provide a cohesive approach to emergency planning. This will ensure greater understanding and utilisation of the resources available, prompt mobilisation and greater community resilience.
28/02/2023 £250,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF LEWISHAM Funding for a Housing Growth Manager, Supported and Specialist Living Strategy Coordinator, and a Small and Complex Sites Manager to deliver more homes.
28/02/2023 £161,000 NORTH EAST LONDON CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP North East Child Sexual Abuse Hub (CSA)
28/02/2023 £920,089 £1,579,754 TENDER EDUCATION AND ARTS Online School Kit - VAWG Prevention Toolkit for Teachers Support
28/02/2023 £86,661 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON (UCL) To match fund UCL in the delivery of the Shared Apprenticeship Programme which will see a collective approach to creating inclusive apprenticeship opportunities within the East Bank Institutions and across the wider East London sub region.
27/02/2023 £9,960 CARERS4CARERS LTD This project will support 80 carers and their family members from different cultures and faiths with a focus on carers from Caribbean, African and Asian heritage communities with a range of needs and abilities. We will provide a minimum of 10 social activities in Lambeth and across London to reduce loneliness and social isolation and improve the wellbeing of participants.
27/02/2023 £169,662 NORTH EAST LONDON CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP Allocation of the North West London Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) Hub - Extension for 23/24
27/02/2023 £160,000 SOUTH EAST LONDON CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP South East London Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) Hub
24/02/2023 £5,000 £137,033 THE OUTRUNNERS CHARITY An East London based charity that aims to help build young people's confidence and skills through activities in the local area. The charity hosts weekly running sessions for 8 to 18 year olds as well as one to one mentoring and coaching. They also develop young people's career ambitions through career events, work experience and coaching. The LLDC is working with the Outrunners to connect more people from East London to QEOP. LLDC wish to support the Outrunners on the their growth journey as they create a new home on the park.
21/02/2023 £700,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET Joint bid to commission consultants to undertake a feasibility study up to RIBA stage 1 of identified council owned sites in New Southgate (sites owned by both Barnet and Enfield), which would explore a wide range of volumetric and programmatic options that would enhance these sites for the delivery of affordable homes.
21/02/2023 £80,000 HADLEY STRATFORD DEVELOPMENTS LTD Grant funding to develop a pop-up Zero-Carbon Mobility Hub on the IQL (Internation Quarter London) North site. This pop-up zero-carbon mobility hub, will provide accessible and affordable sustainable transport solutions to residents and visitors to the E20 and E15 area.
20/02/2023 £160,000 NHS SOUTH WEST LONDON INTEGRATED CARE BOARD South West CSA Hub
16/02/2023 £305,832 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Programme. Sub-grant under MOPAC 810 - Culturally Integrated Family Approach
16/02/2023 £955,796 £437,771 SOUTHALL BLACK SISTERS TRUST London Holistic Advocacy Wrap Around Service
16/02/2023 £2,323,423 £4,620,949 WOMEN AND GIRLS NETWORK Pan London Young Women and Girl Integration Service (CouRAGEus)
14/02/2023 £9,966 LONDON LGBTQ+ COMMUNITY CENTRE LIMITED This project will offer a holistic trauma-informed programme including meditation, art and crafts healing workshops, free therapy and resources.
14/02/2023 £200,000 £6,247,036 ADVANCE ADVOCACY AND NON VIOLENCE COMMUNITY EDUCATION London Co-commissioned female offender service- Advance
08/02/2023 £9,705 £65,813 SENIORS HEALTH AND ACTIVE RETIREMENT PROJECT This project will recruit approx. 100 new older users in economically deprived parts of Hackney to improve mental and physical wellbeing and reduce social isolation through provision of regular weekly activities and social events in locally accessible venues. We aim to increase participants’ involvement and engagement in their own community and enable to remain healthy and independent for longer
08/02/2023 £9,800 BROWNBABY This project supports the local community of Trellick Tower - including hundreds of local residents in and around the tower - to lead on celebrating the 50th year of a world famous and highly influential icon of modern urban architecture.
08/02/2023 £15,000 £317,524 INTERMISSION YOUTH Intermission Youth helps to transform disadvantaged young people living in deprivation and experiencing high levels of anti-social behaviour, family breakdown, dependency, and criminality through access to theatre production and performance. After operating for fifteen years they need to secure a long-term space to cement the work they do with young people. Having a home would allow the organisation to be more sustainable and resilient, and respond more easily to demand and increase the number of beneficiaries. Funding has been requested from the Cultural Space Development Fund Pilot to engage a consultant to help secure a space and develop an operational business plan/structure.
03/02/2023 £395,000 £1,025,920 SPARK2LIFE This uplift is for an extension of the existing NDYP commitment, focusing specifically upon intensive, relational, and therapeutic case work with tier 3 and 4 young people who have complex and acuteness also more broadly on lower level and shorter-term engagement with tier 1 and 2 young people.
03/02/2023 £95,000 £1,975,026 ASIAN WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTRE Allocation of Ministry of Justice IDVA funding FY 2021/22 to 2022/23 - Uplift and extension
02/02/2023 £8,760 £29,119 STEEL PAN TRUST This project will enable participants to learn to play steel pan online FAMILY (Friendly, Accessible, Multicultural, Inclusive, Local, Young at Heart). This is for adult Londoners that are all ages and abilities. The steel pan is a perfect instrument as the basic skills are easy to learn and playing the instrument does not require any previous musical experience. It is possible for a group with any level of musical experience to accomplish a simple melody within a short period of time.
02/02/2023 £10,000 £44,318 HEADWAY WEST LONDON This project will build on work to support vulnerable, isolated, traumatic brain injury survivors and their families and care- givers. They will be helped toed improve their health and well- being with targeted sessions focusing on improving understanding of nutrition and healthy weight, on emotional and physical well- being, and offer participation in a variety of activities (wheelchair friendly) to help reduce isolationism and improve communication and encourage a sense of belonging in the local community.
02/02/2023 £10,000 £54,377 SUVAI DEAF EAST COMMUNITY This project will bring Deaf BSL users together from all across London to walk and have fun together, increasing the confidence of 300+ Deaf people to get out and enjoy what London has to offer. The project will also work with London museums and tourist places (who often have tours in BSL) to advertise when they are and organise group tours so as to increase the numbers of Deaf people accessing London’s cultural and heritage spaces.
02/02/2023 £141,855 £118,798,000 ST MUNGO COMMUNITY HOUSING ASSOCIATION Grant of £141,855 to St Mungo's to provide a team of assessment and reconnection workers to support move on from the extension hotel.
01/02/2023 £237,500 £603,690 EDMONTON COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP Edmonton Community Partnership (ECP), an alliance of local schools and community members, will lead the "Dream, Believe, Succeed" project, delivering a transformative in-school and extracurricular programme, using creative arts, mentoring and family intervention. The funding will significantly expand our programme enabling more disadvantaged youth to benefit from high-quality mentorship.
01/02/2023 £81,200 £214,261 ST. MARY'S CENTRE COMMUNITY TRUST This uplift is for continuing and scaling the Gangs Intervention Project that has successfully run since 2020. It is an increase in the volume of young people receiving the caseworker intervention to 160 over the two year period.
01/02/2023 £23,960 £70,885,000 THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON This Programme has been Match-Funded by Amazon. Led by Zoological Society of London, this project will build a partnership to complete the essential first steps toward recovering water vole and managing mink in London. The aim is to benefit all river corridor SINCs in London and build a strategic regional approach to support wider rewilding objectives. The partnership project will complete a water vole in London status report. This project will include an assessment of baseline water vole data, a communications campaign requesting sightings of water vole and mink, bringing all current London populations into the National Water Vole Monitoring Programme, and training in water vole survey methods. Once widespread, the water vole (Arvicola amphibius) is now the UK’s fastest declining mammal. In London, remnant populations still exist but we do not have a clear idea where they are and if they are being monitored. One of the principal causes of the disappearance of water vole is the introduced highly damaging invasive American Mink (Neovison vison) so the project will also plan how we can work collaboratively to remove mink.
31/01/2023 £10,000 ARTS & HEALTH HUB CIC This project was match-funded by Arts Council England at an amount of £10,000. The Arts & Health Hub will establish the Support Hub and provide an action delivery plan. The GLA supports the establishment of the Support Hub and will provide the set-up cost and resources, which will enable the Arts and Health Hub to provide a programme across three years with additional funding support from Arts Council England and the Baring Foundation. The funding will contribute to the establishment of the Support Hub, which will provide improved artistic practice, skills, confidence, resources, and networks for creative health practitioners with lived experience of mental ill health and is part of a programme to diversify the creative health sector.
30/01/2023 £704,484 ENFIELD COUNCIL This uplift is to upscale projects that provide high quality mentoring for disadvantaged young Londoners who need the most support. Mentoring includes high quality youth activity that builds a trusted and positive relationship with a young person over time.
30/01/2023 £438,225 £3,973,641 LIFELINE COMMUNITY PROJECTS This uplift for SW!TCH Futures provides a combination of 1:1 mentoring and positive activity provision for young people aged 12-18. Lifeline supports young people from disadvantaged backgrounds who are on the edge of school exclusion, poor mental health, gang involvement and/or criminal exploitative relationships.
30/01/2023 £14,414 £11,720 FOURTH RESERVE FOUNDATION This Programme has been Match-Funded by Amazon. The Buckthorne Cutting Nature Reserve is at the centre of a 4.5 kilometre SINC and is adjacent to Gorne Wood (Ancient Woodland). It already has stag beetles, owls, slow worms and bats. This project will support the restoration of the orchard and the creation of hedgerow helping to sustain wildlife that travel along this corridor; while also attracting more wildlife. Both projects will also improve health and wellbeing as the nature reserve has daily visits by school children and is open to the public through volunteering sessions, open days and specifically for vulnerable groups (such as female refugees and adults with learning disabilities). Both groups are more likely to have less connection to nature due to financial disadvantages. The project is led by the Fourth Reserve Foundation.
30/01/2023 £14,290 £2,267,575 WIMBLEDON AND PUTNEY COMMONS CONSERVATORS This Programme has been Match-Funded by Amazon. Wimbledon and Putney Commons are 1,140 acres of open green space in South-West London. They are managed and owned by a charity, Wimbledon and Putney Commons Conservators (WPCC). The Commons have a rich array of habitats and are designated an SSSI and a Special Area of Conservation. WPCC is embarking on a major conservation project to improve the ponds and other wetland habitats. This project will deliver the survey and design phase of restoring Queensmere, one of the Common’s largest ponds, which is far from reaching its full potential for wildlife. Rewild London Funding will help to design reedbed habitat creation in line with London Environment Strategy targets, ensure the pond and surrounding landscape are more resilient and can support increased biodiversity plus build skills and knowledge for managing the ponds and surrounding habitats.
30/01/2023 £50,000 £12,567,289 THE DULWICH ESTATE This Programme has been Match-Funded by Amazon. Dulwich Wood in combination with neighbouring Sydenham Hill Wood, is one of the largest remaining tracts of the historic Great North Wood in south London. The project, led by The Dulwich Estate, focuses on allowing a variety of woodland species to regrow in trampled and damaged areas of Dulwich Wood. Planned activities include the renewal of footpaths, creation of mixed native hedgerows of oak, hawthorn, hazel, hornbeam, and holly and wildflower planting on grass verges to connect sites. The project aims to extend woodland habitats into existing green spaces and corridors which are not currently functioning optimally for wildlife.
30/01/2023 £50,000 £218,021 BARNES COMMON LIMITED This Programme has been Match-Funded by Amazon. The Beverley Brook is 14.3 km in length. There are virtually no natural parts of the river and the whole length has at some point been altered. The stretch of river targeted within this project is 1.25km long and runs from Upper Richmond Road to the boundary of Richmond Park. The river here has historically been realigned, straightened, widened, and deepened, changing the course from its former meandering channel to the present. This straightened channel lacks the flow and habitat diversity underpinning a healthy ecosystem and can lead to greater flood risk downstream. Led by Barnes Conservation, part of Barnes Common Limited, the project aims to create a diverse mix of flow types, depths, velocities, widths, and cover in this stretch of the brook. This will create the array of niches that are needed to encourage a more diverse and complex composition of plants and animals to colonise and establish.
30/01/2023 £35,410 £9,087,000 THE LAND RESTORATION TRUST (T/A THE LAND TRUST) This Programme has been Match-Funded by Amazon. Beam Parklands is a biodiversity haven and forms the southernmost part of the Dagenham Corridor. This 53-hectare site is managed by The Land Trust in partnership with the London Borough of Barking & Dagenham. The site comprises a mosaic of habitats including species rich acid grassland, river, ponds, woodland, and scrub. Recent reptile sightings have highlighted the opportunity to undertake a focused programme of works to identify reptile and amphibian populations and where there is potential to increase populations across these SINCs, to carry out targeted habitat works. These works will also, more broadly, improve habitats and create corridors for a wider range of species. Public engagement and education on reptiles will be a core part of the project.
30/01/2023 £39,154 CITIZEN ZOO CIC This Programme has been Match-Funded by Amazon. Citizen Zoo, alongside Ealing Wildlife Group, Ealing Council and Friends of Horsenden Hill, is reintroducing beavers back to West London after a 400-year absence. The chosen site in Ealing will be transformed into a flourishing and immersive wetland, combatting the climate crisis and creating a biodiverse ecosystem for plant and animal diversity. In 2021 the London Beaver Working Group was established, working to prepare for the natural or assisted return of beavers to the capital. This included a year-long investigation into potential reintroduction sites. Rewild Funding will help drive the project forward through physical preparation of the chosen site, baseline surveys and establishing monitoring activity. Additionally, a new role will be recruited to manage the project and continue engagement with the local community.
30/01/2023 £13,350 £38,466 THE SELBORNE SOCIETY LTD This Programme has been Match-Funded by Amazon. Perivale Wood is a Site of Metropolitan Importance and is Britain's second oldest nature reserve. The reserve comprises 27 acres of mostly ancient oak woodland, with 5 acres of neutral unimproved grassland and several ponds. The Selborne Society owns and manages Perivale Wood, one of Britain's oldest conservation organisations. This project will create new and improved habitats for harvest mice at Perivale Wood, into which harvest mice will be reintroduced. The project will also create wildlife corridors linking the existing population at Horsenden Hill to the habitats at Perivale Wood and railsides to the south. The project will support improvement of the harvest mice breeding facility at Horsenden Farm including provision of an ecology lab for wildlife surveying and community engagement.
27/01/2023 £100,000 £1,176,196 UPRISING This uplift is for scaling up current 1:1 STEAM mentoring offer to a further 200 young people. Over the 2 years (plus extension), they are aiming to establish a total of 400 mentoring relationships across East London; covering Barking and Dagenham, Newham, Hackney and Tower Hamlets.
27/01/2023 £416,625 £2,246,608 ACTIVE COMMUNITIES NETWORK LIMITED This uplift is for expanding Gamechangers, in response to further needs they've identified within the community. This encompasses broadening out into 11 new localities with network partners that will reach a further 1,500 high-risk young people. The expansion will place a greater emphasis on transitioning young people into positive pathways, using engaging activities to build on their existing relationships.
27/01/2023 £160,567 £392,247 SISTER SYSTEM This uplift is for peer mentoring support to 270 additional girls who are in/affected by the care system across North London. Peer mentors/Big Sisters with lived experience will empower girls to raise mental wellness, enable a life free from abuse, enhancing their educational & employment opportunities through delivering our co-curated Peer2Peer PowerUp Programme.
27/01/2023 £75,000 SANCTUARY HOUSING ASSOCIATION Grant of £75,000 to fund 13 units of supported HMO accommodation and staffing.
27/01/2023 £391,978 £66,237,000 CRISIS Grant of £391,978 to Crisis to extend the Good Hotel for a period of three weeks.
27/01/2023 £1,432,743 LONDON BOROUGH OF CAMDEN Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
27/01/2023 £1,114,224 LONDON BOROUGH OF HILLINGDON Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
27/01/2023 £1,667,370 LONDON BOROUGH OF SOUTHWARK Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
27/01/2023 £1,020,222 LONDON BOROUGH OF WALTHAM FOREST Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
27/01/2023 £1,428,384 ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
26/01/2023 £50,756 £368,204 STREETS OF GROWTH This uplift is for the expansion of Inspire Talent, enhancing 'Trusted Adult' coaching for young people (14-24) experiencing exploitation/trauma/harm. Combining Trusted Adult Intervention Coaching with inspiring career relatable mentors to reduce harm and chances of exploitation.
26/01/2023 £533,230 £1,975,026 ASIAN WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTRE Prevention and Action Through Community Engagement Ending Harmful Practices Partnership (P&ACT EHP)
25/01/2023 £252,615 £625,102 REACHING HIGHER This uplift is for expanding Reaching Highers' range of mentoring streams to an additional 250 vulnerable young people across Croydon over two years, working in partnership with P3YE (a local CIC which has been working with young people at high risk of violence since 2019).
25/01/2023 £9,994 NEW VISION FOR WOMEN C.I.C. This project is to improve the life of new women refugees and asylum seekers who have just arrived in the unknown country to them.
25/01/2023 £4,950 ASIAN COMMUNITY CONCERN C.I.C. Asian Community Concern helps the vulnerable women who are suffering from domestic violence and abuse. ACC empowers women to make positive changes to turn their lives around to become independent. Women are supported in Ealing borough, to develop a learning programme tailored to their needs. The project aims to strengthen the community by equipping the women with the skills and confidence to excel
25/01/2023 £60,000 MADLOVE LTD The funding will deliver a proof of concept project responding to recommendations within A Manifesto for 2.8 Million Minds co-devised and launched by young Londoners in May 2022 at the Houses of Parliament. The pilot takes place in Tower Hamlets and is led by newly appointed Arts Council England national portfolio client, Madlove, with partners including Chisenhale Gallery, Bernie Grant Arts Centre and Whitechapel Gallery. The GLA supports the development of this pilot, which forms the second year of the Baring Foundation, Thriving through Culture programme.
24/01/2023 £425,577 £2,325,708 HIGH TREES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT TRUST To upscale projects that provide high quality mentoring for disadvantaged young Londoners who need the most support. Mentoring includes high-quality youth activity that builds a trusted and positive relationship with a young person over time.
24/01/2023 £81,729 £784,988 WORLD HEART BEAT MUSIC ACADEMY LIMITED World Heart Beat's London Music Makers project will support an additional 260 disadvantaged young people aged 14-24 through access to 1:1 mentoring alongside music and creative activities. Over two years, we plan to increase mentoring delivery across new geographical areas and offer training and resources to mentors with lived experience.
23/01/2023 £66,000 £574,218 COVENT GARDEN DRAGON HALL TRUST This uplift is for socially excluded young people who are not involved in our original Mentoring programme, providing the high quality, inclusive, nurturing, sustained and outcome-focused support that broadens their horizons, opens up new career pathways, expands their networks and will see them build the confidence to realise their potential.
20/01/2023 £106,668 £11,870,565 HOMELESS LINK This project was match-funded by Homeless Link through fundraised contributions of £99,332. The GLA has only publised its contribution to the overall grant. This funding of £106,668 is to fund StreetLink services and the StreetLink London website.
19/01/2023 £132,933 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET Barnet's bid focuses on three separate interventions to increase housing delivery by commissioning consultants to: 1. Create a site assessment tool for evaluating the viability of 60 sites identified by Barnet Council for the delivery of housing and growth – including affordable housing over the next 10 years. 2. Undertake detailed feasibility studies to assess the suitability of prioritised development in 7 car park sites up to RIBA stage 1 for affordable housing to be delivered by 2030. 3. Undertake detailed feasibility studies to assess the suitability of prioritised development in 5 non-car park sites up to RIBA stage 1 for affordable housing to be delivered by 2030.
19/01/2023 £75,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HACKNEY Systems improvement to create borough-wide asset management system enabling more efficient operation and long-term identification of assets for intensification, investment and potential redevelopment.
19/01/2023 £75,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HACKNEY Dedicated Development Manager resource for asset review, feasibility, due diligence and development readiness work on smaller and medium sized General Fund sites, along with external consultant costs for surveys and specialist advice.
19/01/2023 £250,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HACKNEY 55 Morning Lane strategic development site: co-creation of a viable development brief and delivery model.
18/01/2023 £10,000 £85,332 PENINIM This project will support upwards of 40 disabled women to access outdoor and indoor social/leisure spaces through supported trips every other month to parks, shopping centres, museums and other public spaces in London. They will be joined by their non-disabled peers; opening access to public spaces, reducing inequalities and bringing together women from different 'groups' in society to go out, and spend the day together.
18/01/2023 £9,992 ULTIMATE COUNSELLING C.I.C. The project will support 145 asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants by addressing barriers causing loneliness and social isolation through delivery of a befriending service and provision of mental health support in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. Service users will develop increased feelings of belonging plus build social connections within and across different communities within the borough.
18/01/2023 £8,860 THE RAAW FOUNDATION LIMITED This project will support 50 children and young people, from minoritized communities, aged 12 - 20, by holding weekly workshops and support sessions in Camden, culminating in a spoken word performance and film, platformed on-line. Over 12 weeks, they will build a stronger sense of autonomy, confidence, self-esteem and healthy relationships by using the Ken Blanchard Trust Model alongside creative writing and spoken word.
13/01/2023 £14,619 £541,837 CLAUK VIA INDO AMERICAN REFUGEE AND MIGRANT ORGANISATION (IRMO) The Coalition of Latin Americans in the UK is made up of six Latin American-led partner organisations, including lead partner Indo-American Refugee and Migrant Organisation (IRMO). Together, they created and translated print resources into Spanish and Portuguese that were disseminated during awareness raising sessions from six community centres across London, in Camden, Hackney, Haringey, Islington, Lambeth and Southwark. Digital resources were also created and shared via each partners' social media accounts for pan-London coverage, including two videos. Three articles were published in community press and a Facebook Live was held to further raise awareness for those that could not attend in-person or scheduled online events.
13/01/2023 £15,000 £614,046 THE TRAVELLER MOVEMENT The Traveller Movement developed a pan-London social media awareness campaign focused on the Gypsy, Traveller and Roma community in London. The campaign featured videos of trusted individuals in the community, online workshops and information sessions, factsheets, and awareness raising resources shared through the Traveller Movement’s organic community networks and social media platforms. In addition, the Traveller Movement held three face-to-face sessions at Traveller sites in Brent, Ealing and Greenwich
13/01/2023 £10,190 £603,690 BULGARIAN CENTRE FOR SOCIAL INTEGRATION AND CULTURE This project was delivered in partnership with Edmonton Community Partnership. The Bulgarian Centre for Social Integration and Culture delivered in-person drop-in sessions in Bulgarian and hired another outreach officer to support individuals to apply for accepted photo Voter ID, free Voter Authority Certificate or register to vote. They created leaflets and posters for Bulgarian Londoners, including Bulgarian Roma, and disseminated them across Enfield. The focus of the project was Enfield as this is where most of the Bulgarian community in London is centred. However, BCSIC also delivered webinars in Bulgarian that were live streamed on social media and on Bulgarian Facebook forums to reach the wider Bulgarian community in London online.
13/01/2023 £12,841 £744,018 BRITISH DEAF ASSOCIATION The British Deaf Association provided face-to-face information sessions in BSL at various locations across London covering Camden, Greenwich, Hackney, Harrow, Havering, and Newham. As people in the Deaf community often have to travel across boroughs to visit Deaf community groups, these in-person sessions had a wider impact beyond these boroughs, impacting individuals from Barking & Dagenham, Barnet, Bexley, Brent, Bromley, Haringey, Lewisham, and Tower Hamlets. The British Deaf Association also delivered a live-streamed Q&A event to Deaf people across London and created a BSL video that was shared via social media and emailed to Deaf community leaders to cascade to their networks.
13/01/2023 £15,000 £189,013 DISABILITY ACTION HARINGEY AND DISABILITY ACTION ISLINGTON Disability Action Haringey worked with Disability Action Islington to create information in appropriate and accessible formats, such as three videos, and supported participants to apply for free Voter Authority Certificates and register to vote. Themed large-scale events, pop-ups and smaller meetings within community spaces and specialist forums were used to raise awareness and share information. Face-to-face activity took place in Haringey and Islington, and information was shared more widely via newsletters, posters, and social media by working with Inclusion London.
13/01/2023 £15,000 £282,539 HEALTH EQUALITY AND RIGHTS ORGANISATION T/A LGBT HERO LGBT HERO delivered a social media awareness raising campaign for LGBTQ+ Londoners, with a focus on Trans and non-binary Londoners. They co-created resources and trained volunteers to help share the message among their peers at in-person community events. The campaign also ran online group drop-in sessions for Trans and non-binary people and worked with LGBT Consortium for enhanced pan-London reach. Information is now hosted on a new hub on www.lgbthero.org.uk in various formats. LGBT Hero were featured in two articles in community press.
13/01/2023 £11,500 £85,189 HENNA ASIAN WOMEN'S GROUP Henna Asian Women's Group provided information and organised events for the South Asian community in Barnet, Camden, Westminster and Harrow, with a focus on in-person activity, held in English, Bengali, Urdu, Hindi, Gujarati and Pashto. Regular drop-ins and events included “kettle on” meetings and “Forms on Friday” weekly form filling advice sessions to help community members apply for accepted photo Voter ID, free Voter Authority Certificates and register to vote. Videos in various South Asian community languages about the Voting System Changes were used to inform more widely and were shared via social media. HAWG also created and disseminated leaflets in community languages.
13/01/2023 £13,334 THE ROMANIAN AND EASTERN EUROPEAN HUB The Romanian and Eastern European Hub delivered outreach sessions in the form of standalone events, attending relevant community events, weekly drop-in sessions at the Romanian Consulate and practical 1-to-1 support sessions to help with voter registration and applications for accepted photo Voter IDs. Leaflets were widely distributed and a pan-London social media campaign was implemented, which focused on specific significant days that engage many Romanian Londoners. REEH’s impact covered Barnet, Brent, Haringey, Harrow, Newham and Waltham Forest. The project was delivered in partnership with Community Barnet.
13/01/2023 £14,390 £1,331,519 VOICE4CHANGE ENGLAND LIMITED Voice4Change England developed a Pan-London social media awareness campaign, created printed resources and worked with 19 member organisations in London with emphasis on members from the Black and minoritized ethnic community groups. Activity included producing and sharing video and social media content, delivering online workshops, creating and distributing flyers, sharing information via a newsletter reaching Black and minoritized community projects, advertising in Orthodox Jewish media, and delivering face-to-face workshops.
11/01/2023 £7,932 £51,525 ARCHBISHOP'S PARK COMMUNITY TRUST This funding will enable the running of a gardening club at Archbishop's Park, which supports well-being for vulnerable adults and local residents. This will also provide work experience and training for young adults with learning disabilities who need to find entry level work or vocational training when they leave college.
11/01/2023 £9,950 SFIDA KOSOVAN/ALBANIAN/MACEDONIAN AND GORANI GROUP This project will support ethnic Albanians pan-London, who have experienced domestic violence, human trafficking and modern slavery - to improve their mental and physical wellbeing, as well as become active and inclusive members of society.
11/01/2023 £9,955 £117,062 ROLLADOME ALL SKATE LIMITED This project will support circa 100 young people aged 9-18 years-old from minority and marginalised groups in Hounslow to: participate in roller sports activities meeting social, emotional and physical needs emerging from the pandemic; and, create a digital asset that elevates their voices to reach decision makers and the wider community, articulating their lived experiences of COVID and their future ideal realities for their communities helping drive positive change.
11/01/2023 £10,000 £1,496,218 COMMUNITY BARNET (ON BEHALF OF THE ROMANIAN AND EASTERN EUROPEAN HUB) This project will support 120 vulnerable Eastern Europeans with access to health, employment, welfare benefits, housing and education services
11/01/2023 £5,000 £33,702 INNOVATIVE VISION ORGANISATION This Project is aiming at decreasing Isolation and loneliness among the people from minoritized, racialised Communities in London Borough of Haringey and neighbouring boroughs of Waltham Forest, Enfield and Hackney.
04/01/2023 £9,720 £247,382 ADVICE SUPPORT KNOWLEDGE INFORMATION (ASKI) This project will support 80 BAME lone elders who have mental and chronic physical health conditions (diabetes, dementia, Parkinson’s, heart conditions, etc.) and impacted by the pandemic. Individual support enabling participants to engage in a range of services that reduce isolation and improve health so participants can re-engage with their community, increasing connections.
04/01/2023 £9,955 £97,847 COMMUNITY CENTRE FOR REFUGEES FROM VIETNAM, LAOS AND CAMBODIA This project supports the older members from the Southeast Asian and wider community based in Hackney (based in Centre 151) and beyond by the provision of physical and healthy activities, community events, administrative support and a befriending service. The programme aims to reduce isolation amongst older members, give a voice to under-represented communities and strengthen connections between community groups in this neighbourhood.
04/01/2023 £9,995 £66,282 DEAF UNITY This project will benefit 15 individual parents of deaf children and their families (approx. 35 people) and 10 deaf immigrants by the provision of access to British Sign Language classes and a social/learning meet-up programme. The impact will be on new BSL users: in families this will strengthen parent/child relationships and support children to bridge the world between hearing and deaf communities; for deaf immigrants, learning BSL will help with relationships, work and social life.
04/01/2023 £9,765 EARLY YEARS COCOON CIC This project will support 250+ families of young children (under 2s) by the provision of 2 additional monthly playgroup sessions in Barking & Dagenham for over one year, in order to provide children with a learning opportunity to grow and develop healthily; and parents with a safe space to come together.
04/01/2023 £9,985 EAST INDIA OVER 50'S CONSORTIUM (CONSORTIUM50) This project will provide innovative gardening, creative, social activities and 1-1 support to 25 adults living with mental and/or physical health conditions, experiencing isolation and loneliness, whose lives are profoundly affected by the continued effects of the pandemic. Based in the Poplar area of Tower Hamlets, this holistic, out of hours initiative will stimulate (re) connection, build mutual support, confidence and self-care and join the dots in an individuals wellbeing.
04/01/2023 £10,000 £35,223 NEED TO TALK This project will help create a quality service for vulnerable women in the community, whereby their difficulties (domestic violence) have been exacerbated due to COVID-19
04/01/2023 £10,000 PEER2PEER EDUCATION CIC This project will support 1,200 young people through delivering Mental Health workshops and 1:1 Peer Mentoring in Barking and Dagenham, supporting them to recognise the early signs of mental health issues and equipping them with the knowledge of where support is available.
04/01/2023 £10,000 THE NO COLLECTIVE This project is a new Culture Club and dry bar for the LGBTQ+ community in Romford. With a focus on cultural identity and experiences it will create Romford’s first safe, fun and educational space for people aged 17 - 24 to find solace, embrace their creative passion and to celebrate their identity. It will support hundreds of LGBTQ+ people in Havering and catalyse a sustainable group who can deliver more activities for their community.
04/01/2023 £4,950 AVANT-GARDENING C.I.C. 50 members of the LGBTQ+ community in Greenwich and Lewisham will devise and deliver a community-led and produced variety show for an older generation of LGBTQ+ community . The process will focus on bringing people together over the winter months to work with industry professionals to develop and deliver a fun, inclusive event in spring 2023.
04/01/2023 £4,800 FAMILY EMOTIONAL WELLBEING PROJECT (FEWP) C.I.C. This project will contribute to improving wellbeing and mental health in the adult Latin American community. Between 60-70 people will be supported, by providing: 1. One to one support sessions with supervised counsellors. 2. Group workshops on how to improve your mental health. 3. Individual healing and wellbeing support session.
04/01/2023 £5,000 THE ASSOCIATION OF REDBRIDGE AFRICAN CARIBBEAN COMMUNITIES This Project will support 50 people from the African Caribbean community in Redbridge and surrounding boroughs of East London.
04/01/2023 £4,773 THE MUSIC KLUB PROJECT C.I.C. Trading Faces is a project about managing our mental health with music. It focuses on implementing a number of practises and techniques designed to strengthen the mindset and develop effective coping mechanisms to combat bouts of depression and anxiety
04/01/2023 £10,000 QUILOMBO UK COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY This project will support up to 150 young Londoners to access the necessary skills and experience to support their pathway to employability.
04/01/2023 £10,000 AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT AND ADVOCACY CENTRE The project will allow AFRIDAC to provide advocacy training and mentoring for 10 Community Advocates over six months in London. Increased advocacy skill will amplify the voice of the African community to influence social change, tackle poverty and inequality.
03/01/2023 £104,597 LGBTIQ+ OUTSIDE CIC This project was match-funded by an Outside Project, at an amount of £5,088. Grant of £104,000 to provide SPACE at Anira House and homelessnss prevention outreach activity.
03/01/2023 £1,150,237 £118,798,000 ST MUNGO COMMUNITY HOUSING ASSOCIATION Grant of £1,150,237 to St Mungo's to provide outreach and through care support to th pan-London T1000 cohort.
30/12/2022 £251,185 LONDON BOROUGH OF ISLINGTON Disproportionality Challenge Fund
28/12/2022 £99,560 LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM Disproportionality Challenge Fund
22/12/2022 £89,810 £304,297 NEWHAM ALL STAR SPORTS ACADEMY NASSA will deliver a two-year mentoring programme on a one-to-one, confidential basis to improve the mental health of 250 young people aged 14-18 from low-income families from across east London. It will build on existing learning and mentoring work formulated during the Covid-19 pandemic and NASSA’s Young Londoners Fund programme.
22/12/2022 £7,078 £28,978 INVISIBLE PALACE This project will enable 16 volunteers to get involved in gardening. People of all ages, from a range of backgrounds come together in the heart of Crystal Palace, through a common interest. Volunteers build connections, learn skills, and improve the local area both for people and wildlife.
22/12/2022 £9,990 £2,035 ARTS BRIDGE CHARITY This project will provide arts workshops that strengthens the emotional wellbeing of Black and Asian children from low-income families, empowering them to develop creative self-care practices. It will support children from 'hard-to-reach' communities who are experiencing emotional turmoil due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
22/12/2022 £8,581 CSM FOUNDATION (OPERATING AS CSM LONDON FC) This project will support 52 adult males, 75% of whom will be from BAME backgrounds, by delivering football activities twice a week to 2 different motivator groups in Newham. The 2 sessions will be split amongst 22 beginners (casual games) and 30 developers (training). Both groups want to belong to a community post-Covid to reduce the isolated feeling they have felt since Covid-19. Also, the need for a friendly environment to help be physically active.
21/12/2022 £100,000 OSMANI TRUST The funding will enable us to continue delivering long-term 1- 2-1 mentoring to young people (10-24 years old), using a trusted adult to help them make cognitive behaviour change; stop their involvement in drugs, violence and criminal activities and enable them to make positive choices in life.
21/12/2022 £98,758 £540,320 HMDT MUSIC This uplift is to extend and expand the One Spirit mentoring programme, framed in an alternative curriculum of music/creative arts and personal development activities, to young people in the justice system in custody, in the community/transitioning back to community upon release, to support well-being, learning engagement and improved behaviour.
21/12/2022 £239,100 LONDON BOROUGH OF HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM This project seeks to establish the council's future development pipeline.
21/12/2022 £74,655 LONDON BOROUGH OF HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM This project relates principally to driving efficiencies within LBHF's development programme.
20/12/2022 £680,000 SOUTH WEST LONDON AND ST GEORGE'S MENTAL HEALTH NHS TRUST To pilot new ways of working with people who sleep rough and have mental health needs in Richmond, Wandsworth, Kingston, Sutton and Merton. This includes providing a dedicated team of specialist mental health profressionals who will work closely with outreach teams to support people who are sleeping rough in the area.
20/12/2022 £3,000 SADLER'S WELLS Grant funding for delivery of a 5-day 'Moving Programme' by 'Breakin Convention' as part of the EAST Summer School Programme 2022.
20/12/2022 £109,240 LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM After Schools Robbery Work -Tackling Robberies of Young People Funding for FY 2022/23-2023/24
20/12/2022 £98,600 £348,917 HOUNSLOW YOUTH COUNSELLING, ADVICE AND INFORMATION SERVICE This uplift is to continue delivering an independent one-to-one counselling provision to young people in HMP/YOI Feltham, to relieve the suffering caused by emotional and psychological distress. We will expand this model of counselling within the prison to reach as many young people as we can, that need this type of intervention.
20/12/2022 £180,000 CATALYST IN COMMUNITIES C.I.C. Our project- YouMeUs.TV provides quality mentoring to local young people, navigating multiple risk factors, wishing to access authentic opportunities in the creative industries. We propose to upscale by increasing the number of quality mentoring relationships. Supporting participants to increase their wellbeing and help them to navigate away from ‘harm’.
20/12/2022 £5,000 STEP UP 2 FITNESS Funding will increase the reach of smart cooking workshops. Included is a walking program that involves recycling and using local greenspace - particularly for women, girls and people with disabilities, older people from BAME communities and residents who have their income reduced and fear of the increase of living costs.
20/12/2022 £9,532 £83,925 BIG RED BUS CLUB This project will fund a Volunteer Coordinator, to support 25 volunteers a year, who will each volunteer alongside their children to provide a daily free 'Under 5 Stay & Play' session in Charlton. This enables local mums to make friends, decrease loneliness and build the community.
19/12/2022 £30,000 BADU COMMUNITY CIC Badu Community CIC to deliver two projects: 1) A Community Steering Group: The recruited members will help and shape the Park flagship 'Great Get Together' event and also support 'Your Neighbourhood' talks in September 2022 and March 2023. 2) A Community Activation: This is to conduct local research and establish a best practice model for outreach and engagement.
15/12/2022 £284,046 £118,798,000 ST MUNGO COMMUNITY HOUSING ASSOCIATION Revenue funding to deliver support services to 12 former rough sleepers in 2 6-bed Hyde Housing Association properties in Southwark
15/12/2022 £10,000 £1,082,626 CENTRE FOR LONDON Centre for London will provide a high quality event which promotes LLDC’s Post-Occupancy study, and advances the subject of POE and learning from low carbon neighbourhoods in industry.
15/12/2022 £10,000 SPORT4HEALTH COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY This project will support the physical and mental health of Older LGBTQ+ People through providing 4 hours per week of structured programmes of sport, exercise and social activities in Wandsworth and Westminster.
15/12/2022 £4,900 £18,650 MACULELE UK -AFRO-BRAZILIAN ARTS AND CULTURAL EXCHANGE INSTITUTE (ABACEI) Social Inclusion project for disadvantaged children and young people in Southwark, using martial arts, dances and rhythms as the vehicle to reduce isolation and facilitate their integration in the community, specially after the impact that Covid-19 has caused in their communities.
15/12/2022 £5,000 HEALTHY MINDS, HEALTHY BODS A unique four week course with a fresh approach to mental health that has achieved fantastic feedback focusing on building a growth mind-set, providing access to a personal trainer for group exercise sessions, building awareness of nutrition and how if affects the body, and an overview on why a healthy lifestyle is so important. Done in a fun, interactive way, and devised by people who have overcome depression and substance issues.
15/12/2022 £4,962 WHALE SONG MUSIC THERAPY C.I.C. This project will support 12 siblings of children with a disability to access group music therapy once a week for at least twelve weeks in Waltham Forest. Through music therapy the children will develop peer support networks, improve their emotional wellbeing and explore a variety of ways to communicate challenging emotions.
15/12/2022 £66,560 LONDON BOROUGH OF LAMBETH Feasibility studies will be undertaken of two opportunities to deliver in-fill development on LBL's non-Homes for Lambeth estates with potential to deliver c.42 homes and to validate their suitability for affordable housing.
15/12/2022 £133,440 LONDON BOROUGH OF LAMBETH Detailed Feasibility Studies and Business Case Development for 2 complex General Fund sites with potential to deliver c. 170-190 homes.
14/12/2022 £442,385 £116,213 OXLEAS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST To pilot new ways of working with people who sleep rough and have mental health needs in Greenwich, Bexley and Bromley. This includes providing a dedicated team of specialist mental health profressionals who will work closely with outreach teams to support people who are sleeping rough in the area.
13/12/2022 £47,200 £225,629 HUMAN TRAFFICKING FOUNDATION Bridge Funding
12/12/2022 £35,766 £6,247,036 ADVANCE ADVOCACY AND NON VIOLENCE COMMUNITY EDUCATION Female Offenders Diversion Pilot: Modification to Grant Agreement Adult Diversion Pilot for Women - 8-week extension of service provision (Original was MOPAC 158)
12/12/2022 £662,612 £1,048,233 SURVIVORS UK Funding of core activities related to specialist support to Male Victims of sexual violence for financial years 22/23 and 24/25.
12/12/2022 £41,116 LONDON BOROUGH OF CAMDEN This bid is for revenue funding to support land assembly, part-funding costs to develop the masterplan, feasibility and business case. Negotiations have begun with the neighbouring landowners – bringing together a public sector partnership to maximise development capacity. This funding would allow this work to be brought forward, to align with the delivery of the Council’s sites.
10/12/2022 £170,000 £514,028 CREATIVE LAND TRUST To deliver a project space with cultural engagement officer to hold workshops and events within the new Alice Billings House. The project will also deliver a strategy for activating underused space on Stratford High Street.
09/12/2022 £10,000 SAFER BUSINESS NETWORK CIC Safer Business Network will deliver training to night time businesses to give them the tools they need to tackle issues around vulnerability of staff and customers.
05/12/2022 £576,306 LONDON BOROUGH OF WALTHAM FOREST Sub-grant under MOPAC 813 - Safe & Together
02/12/2022 £75,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM This project will transform an underused concrete space at Eelbrook Common to green space. The project will depave a 1700m2 grey area, install sustainable drainage to tackle surface water flooding, plant a wildlife-friendly meadow and native hedging and improve access.
02/12/2022 £65,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF SUTTON This project will transform the Oru Space rooftop into a community and sensory garden on Sutton High Street. The garden will focus on working with local special needs schools and children with autism and will provide an environmental educational programme.
02/12/2022 £56,880 LONDON BOROUGH OF EALING This project will create a new pocket park near Southall High Street. The project will depave an underused, grey square to create space for biodiverse planting, sustainable drainage, additional seating and tree planting. The project will be co-designed, delivered and maintained through a series of community engagement and volunteering workshops
02/12/2022 £56,750 £10,327 EAST FINCHLEY COMMUNITY TRUST This project will transform neglected Market Place Playground into a green, playable landscape and community hub. The project will depave and add greening, trees and sustainable urban drainage to create a new shady and climate resilient space in an area that currently lacks green space.
02/12/2022 £50,000 £1,042,118 CORE ARTS This project will transform an underused part of the St Barnabas Churchyard in Homerton into a co-designed community garden. The project will include sustainable urban drainage, drought tolerant planting, water harvesting and a teaching hub area for green skills training.
02/12/2022 £50,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF ENFIELD This project will enhance a blue-green walking and cycling route along the Boundary Brook in Edmonton. The project will promote active travel and natural play, create a new pocket park and install sustainable drainage to mitigate flood risk.
02/12/2022 £50,000 £410,177 THE BOILER HOUSE COMMUNITY SPACE This project will create a new garden at a community centre in Stoke Newington. The project will open up a new green walking route, depave to turn grey space to green, utilise rainwater harvesting and plant a forest garden.
02/12/2022 £50,000 £1,761,131 THAMES21 This project will deliver the first phase of this community-led project to respond to flooding in Walthamstow. The project will commission a local surface water flood study, install 30 rain planters and enhance ditches, working with the local community to manage flood risk and build resilience.
02/12/2022 £50,000 £4,041,686 TREES FOR CITIES This project will transform three primary school playgrounds in areas of high flood risk. The project will include new landscaping, planting trees and depaving grey areas to create raingardens and outdoor classrooms. It will also support 145 teachers through on the ground training.
02/12/2022 £49,018 £13,485,993 ENABLE LEISURE AND CULTURE This project will reinvigorate an active travel route between Tooting Gardens and St George’s Hospital. The project will green the passage, add permeable surfacing to mitigate flooding risk and new seating to create a safe, accessible and attractive green walking and cycling route, connecting residents and hospital staff, patients and visitors with local green space.
02/12/2022 £44,215 ST JAMES STREET BIG LOCAL This project will make local streets in Walthamstow greener and more climate resilient. The project will add rain gardens to provide sustainable drainage and increase green space and trees in an area lacking in green space. The final design will be developed with the residents and the local school community through creative engagement activities.
02/12/2022 £43,000 WHAT IF: PROJECTS LTD This project will create a community garden and growing space in Hoxton. The project will install planters, rain gardens, a trellis area, seating and plant new trees. It will depave areas of existing tarmac and deliver a programme of workshops for local young people.
02/12/2022 £34,269 NEU ARCHITECTS This project will create an accessible new green space in front of their housing block in Holborn. The project will depave 150m2 tarmac and add greening and growing space to create a new pocket park with local residents and businesse
02/12/2022 £41,330 £591,942,000 THE NATIONAL TRUST This project will open a 2000m2 green space up to the public for the first time. The project will create a new community garden, connect local people with nature and support green skills development with a diverse engagement and activity programme.
02/12/2022 £38,750 METROPOLITAN THAMES VALLEY HOUSING This project will transform a disused games court at a housing estate on top of a Haringey shopping centre into a new community garden. This resident-led project will turn a grey space to green and include rainwater harvesting and a food growing and biodiversity skills programme.
02/12/2022 £36,312 URBAN GROWTH LEARNING GARDENS This project will create a new community garden and allotments in an area with few private gardens. The project will deliver a food growing programme and supply surplus fruits and vegetables to community-led distribution networks.
02/12/2022 £35,630 LEAP LONDON CIC This project will repurpose underused grey and green areas at two primary schools. The project will plant edible gardens and wildflower meadows and deliver gardening and biodiversity workshops and training for school staff and parent volunteers.
02/12/2022 £35,332 ST MARTINS TENANTS & RESIDENTS This project will turn a neglected space at the junction of two busy roads into an accessible green space. The project will remove 430m2 of tarmac to green the space and be created through workshops with local residents.
02/12/2022 £35,000 NORTHFIELD HOUSE TENANTS AND RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION This project will create a multifunctional space with raised beds, natural play features, planting and seating and will include a children’s gardening club and regular gardening days.
02/12/2022 £34,490 FATHER NATURE LIMITED This project will transform a schoolyard from grey to green, with a wetland area, pond and nature garden and raised beds for food growing. The project will train Lambeth residents and teachers as ‘Eco Educators’ to pass outdoor skills on to young people, the next generation of ‘Green Guardians’.
02/12/2022 £31,270 £66,286 BETHNAL GREEN NATURE RESERVE TRUST This project will develop a neighbourhood food growing hub at a currently publicly inaccessible site. The project will provide workshops as entry points for residents new to growing their own food, a paid internship and mental health support, working with local schools, women’s groups and referrals from GP surgeries.
02/12/2022 £28,168 £790,820 GLOBAL GENERATION This project will create a ‘floating garden’ on a barge on the Regent’s Canal in Camden and Islington that will provide opportunities for local young people to learn about the environment and biodiversity. The project will be co-created with young people and will include a floating reedbed, intergenerational storywalks and gardening sessions with the boating community.
02/12/2022 £26,200 POPLAR HARCA This project will upgrade several green spaces and gardens in Poplar. The project will increase access to green space for underrepresented communities and offer green training opportunities, including a green skills programme, accredited horticulture qualifications and a paid position.
02/12/2022 £25,000 THE KINGSDALE FOUNDATION (KINGSDALE FOUNDATION SCHOOL) This project will turn a piece of land at the front of the school into a garden. The project will include an outdoor classroom and a programme of educational activities relating to the environment and climate change.
02/12/2022 £25,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HACKNEY This project will create a new wildlife corridor to allow species to more easily move across Hackney Marshes. The project will work with community volunteers to transform an existing car park into a biodiverse, habitat-rich space.
02/12/2022 £20,000 £645,516 STANLEY ARTS This project will create a micro green space in the public forecourt of the grade II-listed Stanley Arts building in South Norwood. The project will train eight volunteers from communities that are often underrepresented in the horticulture sector and will depave a concrete area to create a new green space for the local community.
02/12/2022 £20,000 GROW LEWISHAM This project will enhance existing green spaces and create a new community garden. The project will involve community food growing and education activities and will be led and developed with the local community through a programme of events and training.
02/12/2022 £17,502 £231,990 ACTION FOR REFUGEES IN LEWISHAM (AFRIL) This project will introduce climate-friendly practices to their Allotment of Refuge food growing space. The project will provide training opportunities for people from refugee, asylum seeker and no recourse to public funds families and will enable 100 children to access forest school workshops.
02/12/2022 £10,300 LONDON BOROUGH OF LAMBETH This project will open up a small nature area on the border of Lambeth, Wandsworth and Merton, with 1.5hectares of woodland, to the public. The project will improve accessibility, restore wildlife habitat, run an activity programme with local schools and support the development of a Friends of group to help care for the site.
02/12/2022 £10,250 HORNBEAM ENVIRONMENT CENTRE This project will improve public spaces at the Grange Estate in Walthamstow. The project will be co-created with local young people and residents but will likely include planting fruit trees, installing raised beds for food growing and creating wildlife habitat.
02/12/2022 £5,000 BRIXTON BID LTD This project will further develop plans to make a public green space in Brixton more attractive, accessible and climate resilient. The project will plant new trees, install seating and play opportunities and sustainable drainage to mitigate flood risk
02/12/2022 £5,000 £46,745 FRIENDS OF HANOVER (HANOVER SCHOOL ASSOCIATION) This project will further develop plans to transform their grey school rooftop in Islington into a new green space. The project will include new planting, rainwater harvesting, a wildlife area and will provide shade.
02/12/2022 £50,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF CAMDEN This project will depave and green areas of a street in South Hampstead that is prone to surface water flooding. The project will remove 140m2 of tarmac and plant trees with sustainable urban drainage to mitigate flood risk.
02/12/2022 £50,000 £55,288 STREET TREES FOR LIVING This project will deliver a community-led tree planting and sponsorship programme across Lewisham to support residents to fill empty street tree pits. This pilot project will plant 100 trees and provide aftercare support.
02/12/2022 £50,000 LONDON FIELDS USER GROUP This project will enhance London Fields for biodiversity. The project will create a woodland area, including more hedging and planting, introduce wetland and meadow habitats and enhance a green classroom area.
02/12/2022 £50,000 HESTON ACTION GROUP This project will create a new ‘Tree Hub’ in Heston to support residents and local schools to plant and care for street and park trees. The project will involve community mapping of planting opportunities, planting of a “food forest” and community orchard and distributing whips to the local community.
02/12/2022 £49,494 GARDENS' RESIDENTS' ASSOCIATION This project will increase tree canopy cover at a grey side street in Haringey. The project will remove tarmac to make space for trees and raingardens to mitigate flood risk. It will make up part of a wider audiovisual tour connecting local green spaces with St Ann’s Hospital.
02/12/2022 £45,000 WILLOW BROOK PRIMARY ACADEMY SCHOOL This project will transform their tarmac schoolyard in Leyton from grey to green. The project will include an edible woodland, a dipping pond, raised food growing beds and a shaded area for outdoor learning.
02/12/2022 £40,000 £458,995 FAITHS FORUM FOR LONDON This project will deliver interfaith community events to plant trees across London. The project will promote the physical and mental health benefits of using green space to London’s faith communities via a programme of events.
02/12/2022 £40,000 CITY OF LONDON CORPORATION This project will plant new street trees on a paved street in the City of London and Tower Hamlets. The project will install in-ground tree pits with raingarden-style planting to provide shade and reduce surface water flooding and provide volunteering opportunities.
02/12/2022 £40,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET This project will plant 103 street trees. Trees will be planted in the areas with the lowest existing tree canopy cover to provide shade.
02/12/2022 £40,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF BRENT COUNCIL This project will plant 115 new street trees to create shady tree-lined avenues. Local residents and young people will be involved in planting and tree maintenance.
02/12/2022 £40,000 HARINGEY COUNCIL This project will plant 100 new street trees in wards with existing low tree canopy cover, such as Tottenham Central, Tottenham Hale and Seven Sisters. Local residents will help to choose planting locations and care for the planted trees. These new trees will provide shade and help to absorb rainwater in areas at risk of flooding.
02/12/2022 £36,096 TREES FOR BERMONDSEY This project will revive an underused park in South Bermondsey. The project will plant trees and hedgerow and add natural play features.
02/12/2022 £35,513 MUSLIM WOMEN OF MERTON (MWM) PART OF MORDEN ISLAMIC COMMUNITY CENTRE (MICC) This project will reinvigorate part of Mostyn Gardens in Merton Park. The project will plant trees and shrubs, including creating a community orchard.
02/12/2022 £35,000 ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH This project will create a new woodland in an open space on Coldharbour Estate. The project will plant 2,515 trees with the local community to create a shady area and provide volunteering, training and employment opportunities.
02/12/2022 £27,000 £2,224 SOUTH BANK AND WATERLOO NEIGHBOURS This project will plant thirty street trees in areas of low tree canopy cover in Waterloo. The project will help to create new shady avenues and will involve local residents and businesses in planting and maintenance.
02/12/2022 £26,000 FRIENDS OF HALLIWICK REC This project will plant new trees as part of their plans to regenerate Halliwick Recreation Ground in Muswell Hill. The project will plant eighteen standard trees and provide volunteering and activities to engage with local primary schools, families and residents.
02/12/2022 £23,940 LONDON BOROUGH OF CROYDON This project will plant a community orchard and trees to provide shade. This community-led project will deliver training opportunities for residents and fruit will be distributed via local food bank networks.
02/12/2022 £22,000 £3,391,751 THE ALBANY This project will depave a concrete area to make space for a new orchard at an arts centre in Deptford. The project will involve local children, older adults and young people with disabilities in planting, community food growing and cooking sessions.
02/12/2022 £20,000 £4,041,686 TREES FOR CITIES This project will create a woodland in Uxbridge. The project will plant 8,600 whips and 45 standard trees at Philpot’s Farm and Stonefield Park and provide community planting days and volunteering opportunities.
02/12/2022 £18,840 NORTH WEST KENT COUNTRYSIDE PARTNERSHIP This project will help a school in Belvedere make their grounds more climate resilient. The project will include tree and native hedge planting, rainwater harvesting and a wildflower meadow to provide wildlife habitats and mitigate flood risk.
02/12/2022 £18,562 LONDON BOROUGH OF LAMBETH This project will create a new willow woodland at Streatham Common. The project will create swales to hold rainwater and manage flood risk and provide community tree planting days, workshops with local schools and formal training for volunteers.
02/12/2022 £17,120 £608,587 THE ORCHARD PROJECT This project will plant two new orchards with rainwater harvesting and wildlife habitats for schoolchildren to connect with nature. The project will train 120 students and ten teachers to care for the orchards through a programme of training workshops.
02/12/2022 £12,188 STILLNESS JUNIOR SCHOOL This project will deliver the second phase of their project to create an Eco Garden for outdoor learning and play. The school community came together to reclaim a site listed to be tarmacked over and transform it into a garden. The project will now plant trees, a wildflower meadow and butterfly-friendly planting.
02/12/2022 £10,000 CANNON LANE PRIMARY SCHOOL This project will plant 100 trees, create an orchard and a wildflower meadow at their school in Harrow. This new area will help to provide shade for outdoor learning and play, as well as new wildlife habitat.
01/12/2022 £25,000 £11,963 PEPYS COMMUNITY FORUM Community-led project to explore Deptford Docks association with the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade. Leading to a digital walking trail with physical markers to celebrate the contribution of black and racially minoritised people to the area.
01/12/2022 £5,799,096 £4,620,949 WOMEN AND GIRLS NETWORK London Survivors Gateway
28/11/2022 £30,000 £7,403,686 HUBBUB A service to reduce food waste, by working with businesses to redistribute edible food that would otherwise be thrown away to a network of community kitchens across London. Food Connect support vulnerable Londoners suffering from food insecurity.
28/11/2022 £30,000 RELONDON A pan-London awareness-raising campaign to inform and empower Londoners to reduce their personal food footprint. Aiming to reduce household food waste; food-related consumption-based emissions; and save households money on their food bills. The campaign will be delivered by ReLondon in partnership the GLA, London Councils, One World Living (a London Councils-led climate initiative focussed on reducing consumption emissions), and 23 London boroughs.
28/11/2022 £149,255 LONDON BOROUGH OF BRENT Disproportionality Challenge Fund
16/11/2022 £27,500 JEWISH LEADERSHIP COUNCIL To assist in the delivery of the Chanukah/ Menorah event at Trafalger Sq
14/11/2022 £1,500 £2,228,247 PRAXIS COMMUNITY PROJECTS To contribute funding to Praxis' delivery of the Ending Migrant Homelessness for Good conference. The conference seeks to address migrant homelessness and provides an opportunity to share best practice on how to support non-UK nationals sleeping rough.
11/11/2022 £140,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF BROMLEY To deliver a programme focused upon young people at Bromley High Street. The project will deliver ongoing youth engagement with young people; two Young Person Market Events in early evening; ongoing workshops and activity programme; infrastructure improvements.
10/11/2022 £322,782 LONDON BOROUGH OF REDBRIDGE Spotlight
09/11/2022 £200,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HOUNSLOW To deliver the agreed project outputs and aims for the Hounslow High Street / The Loft Meanwhile space activation in Hounslow Town Centre.
08/11/2022 £1,842,243 £715,534 RAPE AND SEXUAL ABUSE SUPPORT CENTRE (RASASC) GUILDFORD LIMITED South London Rape Crisis Centre (FY 2022-23 to 2024-25 Funding Allocation).
08/11/2022 £109,517 LONDON BOROUGH OF LEWISHAM After Schools Robbery Work -Tackling Robberies of Young People Funding for FY 2022/23-2023/24
07/11/2022 £54,300 PETER BEDFORD HOUSING ASSOCIATION Revenue funding to deliver support services to 9 former rough sleepers in Peter Bedford Housing Association properties, building on existing programme of 12 units previously funded.
04/11/2022 £4,000 FILIPINO NURSES ASSOCIATION UK Developing a public art work to celebrate Filipino Nurses in London and their important role during the COVID-19 crisis.
04/11/2022 £5,560 £85,000 POSITIVE NETWORK COMMUNITY PROJECT Community workshops to design a new mural celebrating black Londoners in Merton.
02/11/2022 £839,773 £1,810,765 HOUSING JUSTICE To fund Housing Justice in activities which coordinate and support London’s winter night shelter capacity, and improve outcomes for shelter guests. This funding will be used to provide a team of pan-London Catalyst Workers to support shelter projects.
27/10/2022 £3,000 £165,373 SOCIAL ARK ​Grant funding for delivery of a 2-day ‘Set up your own Social Enterprise' course as part of the EAST Summer School 2022. On the 5th August the summer school students will present their pitch during Summer School celebration event.
25/10/2022 £29,850 £26,782 GT SCHOLARS FOUNDATION CIC This uplift is for young boys , aged 12-14, at risk of exclusion. We are seeking funding to support 20 young boys through 1-to-1 mentoring and skill-building workshops. Our project aims to raise each young person's aspirations, improve their confidence and help them develop skills and strategies to improve their behaviour.
25/10/2022 £190,000 ROYAL FREE LONDON NHS FOUNDATION TRUST To support delivery of the GLA’s 2022/23 mental health programme. The work will develop and deliver: • The Mental Health and Wellbeing Recovery Mission • Right to Thrive • CYP Mental Health programme of activity • Projects, insights and training to highlight and address the mental health impacts of the cost of living crisis • Research and Insights function • Several public mental health campaigns
22/10/2022 £30,140 £425,926 THE VIOLENCE INTERVENTION PROJECT Building upon our ‘Urban Therapy’ treatment model, we will use this funding to focus on 19-24 year olds. We anticipate there will be less 'crisis intervention', allowing more scope for building positive social networks and working towards ETE. Increasing confidence, soft skills and maintenance routines which form good habits.
21/10/2022 £9,750 MENTIVITY Open Doors provides coaching , mentoring and support to young people during school holidays periods, ensuring they have access to local role models, local delivery and enriching engagement in safe and familiar spaces. It focusses on supporting the most at-risk young people in London, working with secondary schools, local authorities, PRU's and community groups to engage young people that have already been or at risk of exclusion from mainstream education and/or youth crime.
21/10/2022 £30,000 £361,814 MAIDEN LANE YOUTH & COMMUNITY CENTRE Girls aged from 10+ who are faced with challenges during their adolescence. We will help them to know their self-value and worth and learn how to pivot and make positive decisions for the future. As the girls develop through this personal and creative development mentoring, they will have the ability to become peer mentors too.
21/10/2022 £9,750 MENTIVITY C.I.C. Open Doors provides coaching , mentoring and support to young people during school holidays periods, ensuring they have access to local role models, local delivery and enriching engagement in safe and familiar spaces. It focusses on supporting the most at-risk young people in London, working with secondary schools, local authorities, PRU's and community groups to engage young people that have already been or at risk of exclusion from mainstream education and/or youth crime.
20/10/2022 £180,000 THE ARCANE EMPORIUM LTD To deliver six new shipping container units that will provide carry on space for market traders alongside training, enabling traders to grow their businesses; to refurbish one disused arch to provide community space, and extension of existing market trading hours on Bohemia Place.
20/10/2022 £28,050 £269,833 PEGASUS OPERA COMPANY LTD This uplift is for the continuation and development of our Music Mentoring programme where we deliver weekly music (composition and singing) activities alongside mentoring support outside of school time for participants with SEND, low income (in receipt of pupil premium) and those from refugee and asylum seeker families aged 11-15 young in Brixton.
20/10/2022 £124,417 £21,690 THE RIVERSIDE GROUP LIMITED Revenue funding to deliver a peer-led outreach service to support long-term rough sleepers to engage with services and into accomodation.
19/10/2022 £29,550 THE REASONS WHY FOUNDATION CIC We will work with 20 young people involved in crime, matching them with an aspirational mentor who will work with them 1:1 with weekly contact to support behavioural change for as long as needed. Using our innovative, tried and tested approach we will co-ordinate support with partners to reduce re-offending.
19/10/2022 £795,000 £10,805,000 LONDON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Psychologically informed environments
18/10/2022 £115,000 WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL To provide the foundations to start the diversification of the retail offer and focus on destination experiences on Harrow Road by setting up a local business association; to deliver ayoung enterprise pop up market; to create activation plans for empty and underused properties; to scope the conversion of garages to work spaces studios for local talent
18/10/2022 £1,462,900 £2,866,759 THE NIA PROJECT East London Rape Crisis Centre (FY 2022-23 to 2024-25 Funding Allocation).
17/10/2022 £644,769 £3,806,694 REDTHREAD YOUTH LIMITED Hospital Based Youth Work in Major Trauma Centres (MTCs) - Youth Violence Intervention. Allocation of MOPAC funding for FY 2022/23
17/10/2022 £107,240 LONDON BOROUGH OF ENFIELD After Schools Robbery Work -Tackling Robberies of Young People Funding for FY 2022/23-2023/24
17/10/2022 £110,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HARINGEY After Schools Robbery Work -Tackling Robberies of Young People Funding for FY 2022/23-2023/24
17/10/2022 £1,449,669 £4,620,949 WOMEN AND GIRLS NETWORK West London Rape Crisis Centre (FY 2022-23 to 2024-25 Funding Allocation).
14/10/2022 £181,450 £2,866,759 THE NIA PROJECT Allocation of Ministry of Justice DA and SV funding FY 2021/22
13/10/2022 £159,999 £8,866,000 THE CONVERSATION VOLUNTEERS This funding is to provide free packs of 50 trees for community groups, schools and housing estates.
11/10/2022 £951,420 LONDON BOROUGH OF BROMLEY Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
11/10/2022 £1,462,900 £15,257,322 SOLACE WOMEN'S AID North London Rape Crisis Centre (FY 2022-23 to 2024-25 Funding Allocation). Linked to MOPAC 657
11/10/2022 £70,000 UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM Funding for Development of an App for Children in Police Custody - Disproportionality Challenge Fund 2022/23
10/10/2022 £209,052 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARKING AND DAGENHAM ReMove Abuse
10/10/2022 £107,689 ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH General, Stalking and Adolescent Perpetrator Programmes Fund - Funding for FY 2022/23
10/10/2022 £649,375 £9,200,712 SAFELIVES Modification to sub-grant under MOPAC 684, linked to sub-grant 815 and continuation of DA Perps Funding for Restart in 22/23
07/10/2022 £145,000 £9,197,000 TOYNBEE HALL To provide funding to Toynbee Hall to contribute to the operating costs of a mobile debt and money advice bus. The service will be delivered by the Debt-Free London partnership from 1st November 2022 to 31st January 2023 and will provide debt and money advice along with wider support with the cost of living to Londoners from up to 60 high-footfall locations across London.
07/10/2022 £10,823 £61,585 NEWHAM CHINESE ASSOCIATION The Create Your Docks Community Fund is a programme to support people to get actively involved in the regeneration of the Royal Docks. The fund is designed to enable local community groups, organisations and people living or working in the Royal Docks to activate and celebrate the area. It aims to fund projects that offer opportunities for different communities to come together and deliver activities that are welcoming, inclusive and create a vibrant sense of place.
06/10/2022 £1,794,774 LONDON BOROUGH OF CROYDON Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
06/10/2022 £1,358,811 LONDON BOROUGH OF EALING Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
06/10/2022 £1,752,681 LONDON BOROUGH OF HACKNEY Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
06/10/2022 £1,557,144 LONDON BOROUGH OF ISLINGTON Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
06/10/2022 £1,356,591 LONDON BOROUGH OF WANDSWORTH Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
06/10/2022 £229,104 ROYAL BOROUGH OF RICHMOND UPON THAMES Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
05/10/2022 £8,333 RENEW CULTURE The Arts Green Book: Sustainable Buildings is a toolkit which provides guidance and standards to move the UK’s cultural building infrastructure towards zero carbon. An online tool is also provided enable the production of Sustainability Plans for cultural organisations. The grant will enable Renew Culture who authored the Arts Green Book to engage with and support cultural organisations with the use of the toolkit and the organisation survey tool. This will ensure that recommendations and guidance are taken up by organisations in a supportive way, thereby increasing long-term sustainability outcomes.
05/10/2022 £131,452 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA  Revenue funding to deliver a Housing First support service for 5 former rough sleepers housed in self-contained accommodation in the borough
03/10/2022 £149,560 PURLEY BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT CIC To support the delivery of engagement and co-design activities for public space improvements and activation through events, and improved pedestrian connectivity between the high street and rail station.
01/10/2022 £90,000 WORLD CITIES CULTURE FORUM Support the establishment of World Cities Culture Forum as a not-for-profit organisation with the Mayor of London as Patron
01/10/2022 £50,203 £8,920,807 CONTACT to create accessible online content that is translated into Somali, Arabic and Polish, to help families with a disabled child to understand the UK benefit system and what support they are entitled to.
01/10/2022 £49,716 ENTITLEDTO To create an advice connect function for its existing entitlement checker to help users with different types of advice needs.
01/10/2022 £37,385 HYDE HOUSING To develop its Universal Credit Helper tool into different languages and to create a Cost-of-Living helper tool.
01/10/2022 £33,300 £1,019,235 INCLUSION LONDON To create a tool to help disabled people and their carers construct a claim for Disability Related Expenditure.
01/10/2022 £67,800 POLICY IN PRACTICE To create three new features for its Entitlement Checker (1) eligibility for Local Welfare Assistance schemes (2) eligibility for social water tariffs (3) EPC rating and links to energy efficiency programmes.
01/10/2022 £38,644 £385,185 RIGHTSNET To create a new guided pathway to support Londoners through the existing Advicelocal web service.
01/10/2022 £157,309 £34,908,000 TURN2US To redevelop its existing grant search tool for London, enabling Londoners to identify local and national grants they are eligible for and translate online content.
01/10/2022 £17,880 £837,451 COMMUNITY ACTION SUTTON Sutton Safer Neighbourhood Board
01/10/2022 £21,314 £1,496,218 COMMUNITY BARNET Barnet Safer Neighbourhood Board
30/09/2022 £320,000 £4,041,686 TREES FOR CITIES For every tree sponsored by a resident or local business in a participating Borough, the Mayor sponsored one further tree in a priority area (up to a total of 1000 trees).
28/09/2022 £320,000 £4,041,686 TREES FOR STREETS Trees for Streets offers Londoners the opportunity to select, sponsor and look after trees outside their homes. The Mayor will match fund 1,000 trees to plant in priority areas of boroughs where trees have been sponsored. In addition the Mayor will support the first year fee for councils wishing to join the Trees for Streets programme to help encourage Londoners and businesses to sponsor and look after trees
23/09/2022 £30,000 BUILDING BLOQS AT MERIDIAN WORKS LTD Capital support towards up to one third of the costs of a 111kWp solar PV array at Building Bloqs, an open access factory providing affordable workspace and machine access to professional makers, companies, learners, and start-ups using a pay-as-you-go model. The installation will acheive a reduction in carbon emissions and site energy running costs.
20/09/2022 £100,000 W3 HIVE CIC To set up a ‘Repair & Restore Hub’ and in an empty unit on Churchfield Rd. The space will operate as a circular economy community store and deliver repair and restore workshops and entrepreneurial training. There will be an opportunity for young people to get involved in launching and developing brands from scratch and will include workshops in branding and marketing and repairing and upcycling
20/09/2022 £0 £2,866,759 THE NIA PROJECT London Exiting Prostitution Service (Anita Project): Grant Modification (No Cost Extension)
16/09/2022 £300,000 £4,899,931 LAUREUS SPORT FOR GOOD FOUNDATION Building on the success of Model City London initiative over the years 1-4, this grant funding will enable the development of sustainable community hubs that connect, advocate and fundraise in three areas in London: Hounslow, Haringey and Barking.
15/09/2022 £5,400 BROWNBABY An intergenerational project to develop a new public art work that celebrates the diversity of North Kensington.
15/09/2022 £24,000 £11,508 CAMBERWELL ARTS LIMITED A new public artwork and digital interactive tour to celebrate broacaster and poet, Una Marson, in Camberwell where she was born.
15/09/2022 £6,000 CARNAVAL DEL PUEBLO ASOCIACIóN Feasibility project to develop proposals for a mobile structure to host and display latin culture in public spaces in London.
15/09/2022 £4,000 CLUB KALI NETWORK CIC A partnership project to develop a public artwork that celebrates South Asian LGBTQ+ History in London.
15/09/2022 £5,900 NORTHWESTTWO RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION Installing 'Walk of Fame' Stars in the pavement to celebrate Cricklewood's Industrial heritage and the role of Irish and Pakistani workers within it.
15/09/2022 £16,875 QUEER TOURS OF LONDON Recruiting new LGBTQ+ tour guides to increase tell more diverse LGBTQ+ stories in London's public spaces.
15/09/2022 £27,000 THE TOMMY FLOWERS FOUNDATION Celebrating the everyday heroes of the Aberfeldy Estate through a new walking tour, augmented reality map, a mural of actor and landlady, Queenie Watts, and a plaque and installation for Tommy Flowers.
15/09/2022 £5,000 £77,681 V22 COMMUNITIES - MANOR HOUSE LIBRARY Researching, consulting and installing information boards explaining the role of the former owner of Manor House Library, Sir Frances Baring's, connection to the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade.
14/09/2022 £1,652,790 THE CITY OF WESTMINSTER Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
14/09/2022 £307,234 ABI BILLINHURST & ASSOCIATES (ABIANDA) Response&Rescue (Variation to MOPAC 316)
14/09/2022 £740,262 LONDON BOROUGH OF BEXLEY Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
14/09/2022 £1,534,644 LONDON BOROUGH OF BRENT Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
14/09/2022 £1,071,315 LONDON BOROUGH OF HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
14/09/2022 £1,658,949 LONDON BOROUGH OF HARINGEY Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
14/09/2022 £799,101 LONDON BOROUGH OF HAVERING Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
14/09/2022 £2,045,988 LONDON BOROUGH OF LAMBETH Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
14/09/2022 £545,871 LONDON BOROUGH OF MERTON Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
14/09/2022 £1,927,104 LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
14/09/2022 £1,052,790 LONDON BOROUGH OF REDBRIDGE Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
14/09/2022 £536,400 LONDON BOROUGH OF SUTTON Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
14/09/2022 £1,988,958 LONDON BOROUGH OF TOWER HAMLETS Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
14/09/2022 £554,538 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
14/09/2022 £329,625 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KINGSTON UPON THAMES Funding for London Boroughs to support crime prevention projects.
13/09/2022 £29,625 £1,175,317 HEATHROW SCHOOL OF GYMNASTICS AND DANCE LTD Capital support towards up to one third of the costs of a 40kWp solar PV array and battery storage unit at Heathrow School of Gymnastics and Dance. The installation will acheive a reduction in carbon emissions and site energy running costs.
13/09/2022 £150,000 ROYAL FREE LONDON NHS FOUNDATION TRUST This funding is the GLA's contribution to London’s Health and Care Partnership in 2022/3. The total pooled partnership budget is £700k in 2022/23. The focus of this funding is on building capacity in neighbourhoods and communities to address London's recovery priorities, through the Vision signatory organisations: the GLA, NHS London, London Councils and the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) (formerly PHE – London region). Key areas of focus will be reducing childhood obesity, HIV, poor air quality, mental health problems, and health inequalities, and improving the wellbeing of young Londoners. As a collaborative partnership process, the final design of deliverables will be a collective decision.
13/09/2022 £55,000 BIKEWORKS CIC Grant Funding Agreement for Bikeworks core funding. This will support all core programming and new programmes in relation to the cycling centre of excellence that will be opening later this year.
08/09/2022 £159,999 £8,866,000 THE CONSERVATION VOLUNTEERS This project will support the Mayor’s mission to make London a greener, more liveable city, where everyone has access to healthy outdoor space, by providing 31,0000 trees to community groups, housing associations, tenants or residents’ associations, schools, friends of parks groups and other charities. Trees are available as packs of 50 whips for ‘Hedgerow’ ‘Fruiting’ or ‘Wildlife’, each containing a mixture of UK species specially chosen to be easy to plant and to complement London’s native plant and animal life.
07/09/2022 £995,126 £6,247,036 ADVANCE ADVOCACY AND NON VIOLENCE COMMUNITY EDUCATION LCPF/CCF funded female offender services - Women’s Centres and Wrap Around ServiceWomen’s Centres and Wrap Around Service - Grant Modification - Cost Extension to December 2022.
07/09/2022 £325,246 LONDON BOROUGH OF LAMBETH LCPF/CCF Funded Female Offender Services – South London Alliance - Modification: Cost Ext to Dec 2022
01/09/2022 £27,800 HEARTSTONE Heartstone Story Circles - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £39,875 INTEGRITY UK Beyond Dialogue - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £45,000 £3,647,622 MACCABI GB Stand Up! Education against discrimination - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £27,050 £23,276 MANORFIELD CHARITABLE FOUNDATION Building resilience to extremism through enquiry (BREE) - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £22,532 ARC THEATRE ENSEMBLE - LONDON Unlimited' countering hate and extremism for primary school children and staff - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £20,000 CATALYST IN COMMUNITIES C.I.C. NEWHAM RE:Solve A Personal Empowerment Programme - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £31,456 £6,461,299 CHELSEA FC FOUNDATION Standing Together - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £24,800 CONNECTFUTURES C.I.C. Fake News, Extremism and Truth: Targeted P.R.U programme - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £37,455 £19,489 EXIT HATE UK LTD London Peace Advocates - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £45,000 FAITH ASSOCIATES INTERNATIONAL C.I.C. Digital Safety and Citizens Programme - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £18,931 FUTURE M.O.L.D.S COMMUNITIES SPORTS FOR US - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £45,340 GROUNDSWELL PROJECT Communities Countering Hate (CCH) - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £31,100 £71,702 JAN TRUST Another Way Forward (‘AWF’) - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £24,136 LONDON BOROUGH OF BRENT Brent Safer Neighbourhood Board
01/09/2022 £20,230 LONDON BOROUGH OF REDBRIDGE Redbridge Safer Neighbourhood Board
01/09/2022 £27,250 £105,245 NAZ LEGACY FOUNDATION Diversity Programme - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £17,820 £511,962 PAN INTERCULTURAL ARTS Building Bridges - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £44,134 £951,824 PROTECTION APPROACHES London’s Active Upstanders - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £30,000 £311,000 SOLUTIONS NOT SIDES Youth Education Programme - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £458,663 £4,620,949 WOMEN AND GIRLS NETWORK Pan London Young Women and Girl Integration Service (CouRAGEus)
01/09/2022 £20,230 £953,780 THE REDBRIDGE COUNCIL FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE Redbridge Safer Neighbourhood Board
01/09/2022 £31,600 SALAAM PEACE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMME C.I.C. Positive Routes 22/23 - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £29,250 SHOUT OUT UK Countering the Far-Right through Media Literacy - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £44,980 TOMORROW'S LEADERS LTD Future Leaders Programme (East London) - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £25,500 TOMORROW'S LEADERS LTD Future Leaders Programme (West London) - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
01/09/2022 £45,000 £3,343,986 WEST HAM UNITED FOUNDATION Stop the Hate - Shared Endeavour Fund 22/23
31/08/2022 £10,500 £574,310 SUPPORT FOR LONDON’S ROUTEMAP TO ELIMINATE HEP C BY 2025 To provide Secretariat support to the Routemap Steering Group and to support the development the Routemap Partnership Delivery Plan into a detailed programme of actions, shaped around the five opportunity areas listed in London’s Routemap to Elimination. Funds awarded to Adfam on behalf of London Joint Working Group on Substance Use and Hepatitis C.
30/08/2022 £2,500 BLOOM EDUCATIONAL COURSES CIC Grant funding for delivery of a 4-day 'Harmony in Nature' course as part of the EAST Summer School 2022.
30/08/2022 £3,000 X7EAVAN COMMUNITY ​Grant funding for delivery of a 5-day 'Hip Hop Connections' workshop as part of the EAST Summer School Programme 2022.
25/08/2022 £21,403 FILMANTHROPY CIC A project for young people in Merton to explore the history of the grounds and buildings at Morden Hall. Leading to a final site specific exhibition that tells their own stories and narratives.
25/08/2022 £24,970 NNE AGWU A story trail created by local people through Oxleas Woods. Housed in story stations, visitors will enjoy traditional Afrakan storytelling while travelling through the woods.
15/08/2022 £160,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF BEXLEY To set a strategy and delivery plan to identify the mix of activities in Bexleyheath town centre; to boost local economy and support local enterprise; improve perceived and actual safety of the area; to test a night-time market; to support young people by setting up a Youth Board to shape the future of Bexleyheath; to carry outfeasibility study for developing the old fountain area on the Broadway.
15/08/2022 £30,000 EMPOWERING COMMUNITIES Rescue and Response Programme – Empowering Communities-Cost Ext allocating funding for FY 22/23
15/08/2022 £266,615 £1,975,026 ASIAN WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTRE Prevention and Action Through Community Engagement Ending Harmful Practices Partnership (P&ACT EHP)
15/08/2022 £719,500 £15,994,663 ST GILES TRUST Response & Rescue and Variation (Original MOPAC 130). Cost Ext for FY 2022/23 Funding Allocation
12/08/2022 £1,483,591 £3,043,823 LESBIAN, GAY AND BISEXUAL ANTI - VIOLENCE AND POLICING GROUP (GALOP) For the Allocation of the MOPAC and Ministry of Justice Funding for Specialist LGBT+ Sexual Violence and Domestic Abuse Support Funding for FYs 2022/23 – 2024/25
11/08/2022 £22,338 LONDON BOROUGH OF WANDSWORTH Wandsworth Safer Neighbourhood Board
08/08/2022 £5,000 £1,489 BARNET MULTI FAITH FORUM (BMFF) A multi-faith project to design a temporary structure to tour the Righteous Muslims exhibition to outdoor spaces across the borough.
03/08/2022 £26,303 ARTILLERY CIC Working with market traders and local people to collect stories and oral histories that will be represented in a new public artwork in Walthamstow Market.
03/08/2022 £50,000 £2,183,162 GROUNDSWELL Cross-borough, peer led services to support people experiencing homelessness in London to address their physical and mental health needs
03/08/2022 £2,400 £2,157,793 ST LUKE'S COMMUNITY CENTRE Project to undertake a preliminary feasibility study for replacement of gas boilers with a low-carbon air-source heat-pump heating system at St Luke's Community Centre.
02/08/2022 £5,000 VANBRUGH PARK ESTATE RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION Developing a proposal to create a public artwork or plaque to Emily Davison who was born on the site of the Vanbrugh Estate.
02/08/2022 £500,000 NFL FOUNDATION UK This grant will be used to support community organisations to build on their existing sport programming and begin to use NFL Flag (non-contact American Football) as a tool to engage young people to provide positive social outcomes.
02/08/2022 £258,448 £15,257,322 SOLACE WOMEN'S AID Youth Violence Intervention Youth IDVA to support young victims in MTCs (modification to MOPAC 682)
02/08/2022 £1,000,000 NFL FOUNDATION UK This project was match-funded by NFL Foundation UK at an amount of £500,000. This grant will be used to support community organisations to build on their existing sport programming and begin to use NFL Flag (non-contact American Football) as a tool to engage young people to provide positive social outcomes.
01/08/2022 £60,940 £1,871,332 VETERANS AID Offers immediate route off the streets for any UK veteran in need, and a structured pathway into independent living. Helps ensure that veterans experience 'no first night out', swiftly arranging immediate accommodation and meeting any other needs.
01/08/2022 £14,722 RECYRCLE / THE DESIGN CABIN CIC The Create Your Docks Community Fund is a programme to support people to get actively involved in the regeneration of the Royal Docks. The fund is designed to enable local community groups, organisations and people living or working in the Royal Docks to activate and celebrate the area. It aims to fund projects that offer opportunities for different communities to come together and deliver activities that are welcoming, inclusive and create a vibrant sense of place.
01/08/2022 £175,000 £1,534,174 THE SUZY LAMPLUGH TRUST London Stalking Threat Assessment Centre (S-TAC) Variation to MOPAC 561: FY2022/23 Funding
29/07/2022 £3,072 £9,841 CALM MINDS-UK This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Calm Minds provide support, advocacy and training programmes for migrants and refugees living in the UK. This grant would work towards building and improving volunteer recruitment and capacity.
29/07/2022 £6,000 £154,533 SOUND MINDS This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Sound Minds is a mental health charity transforming lives through music, film and art. This grant would go towards building on an existing close community of BAME service users and linking them with mental health networks (including statutory services) in the borough.
29/07/2022 £4,680 £163,801 MIDDLE EASTERN WOMEN AND SOCIETY ORGANISATION This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. The charity works with women to protect them from violence both at home and in the wider community, help them rebuild their lives through tailored advice, guidance and support, and campaign for their equality and human rights to be respected. The grant would help them create links with local support services and organize discussions with service providers and LGBTQ+ women from Enfield.
29/07/2022 £6,000 £459,811 ADVICE FOR RENTERS LTD (ON BEHALF OF FAIRER HOUSING) This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Fairer Housing (FH) wants to bring together individuals living in unsatisfactory housing and grassroots community groups in Hounslow to raise awareness of the elements that underpin the housing crisis and work in partnership to address these. The grant would be used to raise collective voice and advocacy.
29/07/2022 £5,200 £127,628 HILLINGDON WOMEN'S CENTRE This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Hillingdon Women’s Centre supports women in Hillingdon. The funding would allow staff to develop The Women’s Hub project, which aims to create a women-only safe space where women can network, share knowledge and promote sisterhood.
29/07/2022 £5,750 NUTU ACADEMY CIC This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. NUTU Academy CIC is a social enterprise working with communities and institutions, particularly BAME ones. Through research, they deliver activities to address issues of empowerment, poverty, skills acquisition, training and social inclusion. Development funding will enable a professional researcher and community specialists to engage formally with ex/offenders aged 16-25, parents/guardians, stakeholders and community groups to explore systemic issues, structural inequalities in the criminal justice sector, how they impact families and individuals and how they may be addressed.
29/07/2022 £4,825 ENFIELD WOMEN'S CENTRE This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Enfield Women’s Centre works with women in Enfield. The funding will allow them to research how a resourced network of mutual interest can strengthen the capacity of women’s groups in the borough and help carry their voices to the decision makers thus supporting disadvantaged women and girls.  
29/07/2022 £6,000 £52,624 DEAFROOTS This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Deafroots works to address Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing people’s long-term needs through access to work and other support services. The funding will go towards adapting an existing model used well by communities elsewhere and testing the model with the d/Deaf community in and around Newham.
29/07/2022 £6,000 £199,567 SPEAK OUT IN HOUNSLOW This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Speak Out in Hounslow works with people with learning disabilities & autism in the London Borough of Hounslow. The funding aims would be to consult with their members and their parents /carers in order to establish what areas of advocacy are a priority for them, so that the knowledge required to ensure positive outcomes is developed.
29/07/2022 £5,000 ROOTS TO CHANGE CIC This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Roots to Change is a new Wandsworth-based community interest company which aims to look at the root causes of violence against women and girls in Wandsworth. The funding will help develop a comprehensive analysis of some of the root and underlying causes and drivers of violence, exploitation and abuse directed at women and girls in the borough.
29/07/2022 £5,630 ACT UP! NEWHAM C.I.C. This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Act Up! Newham is a disabled-led organization seeking to challenge structural inequalities. The funding will help pilot a collaborative partnership between Act Up! Newham and Boom-Wow Theatre to test and develop an inclusive methodology to provide administrative support to companies led by people with learning disabilities and/or neuro-diversities.
29/07/2022 £6,000 £463,749 NEKO TRUST This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Neko aims to address the widespread gender, diversity and class imbalances in the creative industries, supporting people to progress no matter who they are or where they come from. The funding will help them build partnerships that develop their understanding of key challenges, focusing on Wandsworth community organisations and agencies who support women with lived experience of the criminal justice system, survivors of domestic abuse, caregivers, women with mental ill health and refugees.
29/07/2022 £6,000 £46,548 ENFIELD RACIAL EQUALITY COUNCIL This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Enfield Racial Equality Council’s mission is to actively promote and seek to implement a racially just, fair and equitable society which will enhance the quality of life for all who live, work and learn in the London Borough of Enfield. The funding will allow them to reinstate their Strategic Race and Equalities Forum (SREF), which enables in-depth focus on equalities issues to be put forward for discussion and action.
29/07/2022 £5,000 £12,824 RESOURCEFUL WOMEN'S NETWORK (HARROW WOMENS' CENTRE) This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Harrow Women’s Centre works with and supports women in Harrow. The funding will go towards developing networks of local organisations and building on the evidence from previous focus groups by running a new series of focus groups, aimed at identifying issues and solutions experienced by women in Harrow.
29/07/2022 £5,988 OAKONSULT DISABILITIES OUTREACH LTD This is partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. OAKonsult works with parents and carers of children with special needs and disabilities in Bromley. The funding will go towards the development of Project Me, a holistic program including workshops, training, practical sessions, focus groups, and therapeutic content for BAME parents and carers in Bromley.
29/07/2022 £4,620 ADANNA WOMEN'S SUPPORT GROUP This is partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Adanna Women’s Support Group supports and empowers women and girls from BAME communities who have experienced domestic abuse. The funding will go towards training staff to become DV advocates and offer culturally sensitive advice and support, as well as conducting focus groups with women and other key stakeholders in the community.
29/07/2022 £6,000 BETTER LIVING PARTNERS CIC This is partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Better Living Partners deliver programmes of support to those living with long term health conditions in Bromley. The funding will allow for evidence gathering including routine data from Public Health Bromley and dedicated time and support for research activity for up to 6 months.
29/07/2022 £6,000 £65,406 PEOPLE ARISE NOW This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. People Arise Now provides support for struggling families, and those who have been, or are at risk of being, impacted by crime. The funding will allow them to replicate an existing successful network in Sutton, bringing together residents and statutory services.
29/07/2022 £3,435 EVERY PERSON IS CAPABLE This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. EPIC (Every Person is Capable) is a social enterprise which aims to empower, enlighten and educate people to achieve their true potential through arts and culture by creating mindful spaces for self-expansion. The funding will allow them to develop their capacity through training as well as establish and develop partnerships with other mental health support organisations in Harrow.
29/07/2022 £3,950 £118,088 GRASSROOTS (EDMONTON METHODIST CHURCH IS FISCAL HOST) This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Grassroots is a network of 8 organisations that are committed to ending inequalities in food security in Enfield. The funding will allow them to develop their skills through professional Theory of Change training as well as enable members to attend through the provision of childcare support and travel expenses.
29/07/2022 £6,000 EFFECTIVE TRANSITION CIC (HOSTED BY SUCCESS CLUB) This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Effective Transition support young people by helping them to overcome both the internal and external barriers that can prevent them from fulfilling their potential. They do this through football and other sport activities, mentoring and other support services. The funding will go towards the creation of a focus group for a talk shop which will include strategic partners and a few individuals from the wider community to discuss their lived experiences and the needs in the wider community.
29/07/2022 £53,874 £158,261 EMPOWERING DEAF SOCIETY This is partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Empowering Deaf Society provides services that are designed to meet the needs of the deaf community that reside in London. The funding will allow them to address capacity issues due to communication difficulties. It will fund BSL training for staff in key stakeholder organisations as well as volunteers and also develop Deaf empowerment networks in the borough.
29/07/2022 £51,097 £70,723 A PLACE AT MY TABLE This is partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. A Place at my Table work in partnership with communities through creative and vibrant community engagement events to develop strong networks of support for people who face significant disadvantaged, such as poverty, physical and mental health difficulties and other inequalities. The funding will allow them to develop Where Rivers Meet Network (WRMN) of Sutton BME groups. WRMN will act as a collective voice, providing advocacy and developmental support, increasing capacity amongst BME organisations and linking groups to mainstream providers, facilitate cross-cultural exchange and develop community-led solutions to address the needs of BME groups and mainstream services who will benefit from improved understanding of the needs of BME communities.
29/07/2022 £17,740 £325,912 FAMILY INFORMATION GROUP This is partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. The Family Information Group offer advice and information to parents as well as providing childcare for children with disabilities and children in need. The funding will go towards establishing a local network, bringing together parents and staff from key statutory services and other stakeholders.
29/07/2022 £53,996 BROMLEY EXPERTS BY EXPERIENCE This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Bromley Experts by Experience is a user-led Charity for Deaf and Disabled People and Carers in Bromley. The funding will allow them to engage directly with key stakeholders, such as local Councillors and impairment-specific groups, to enable disabled-led action for change in Bromley and to bring together smaller, impairment-specific groups that operate in silos and struggle to get their voices heard.
29/07/2022 £49,500 £115,717 PROTéGé DNA LTD This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Protégé supports disadvantaged young people who are struggling with school, with life and with learning, they take referrals from their local authority and local schools to work with and nurture the potential of local young people in Hounslow. Funding would support with training and capacity building of services.
29/07/2022 £51,370 £251,949 YOU AND ME COUNSELLING This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. You and Me Counselling are a charity that works with children, young people, adults and their families who are facing emotional and psychological distress. They offer group and individual counselling both in school and private settings. The funding would support relationship and capacity building across their services.
29/07/2022 £48,840 £210,056 SUTTON WOMEN'S CENTRE This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. An organisation in Sutton supporting victims of domestic abuse, their mission: To provide a safe, women only space where women can access specialist support, advice, information and education to help them achieve their potential; develop their skills; and live their lives free from domestic abuse. The funding would allow them to recruit and train volunteers as well as create a network of residents to have a good understanding of domestic violence issues.
29/07/2022 £49,999 MONEY A+E UK COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY This is a partnership Programme between City Bridge Trust, the National Lottery Community Fund and the GLA. Money A&E work with community groups in Newham, their mission is to empower individuals by providing accessible, independent, and effective money advice and education. Funding would be used to improve collaboration and increase organisational capacity.
28/07/2022 £150,000 £9,618,095 MOUNTVIEW ACADEMY OF THEATRE ARTS To develop an effective strategy for the development of the Peckham Business Forum with the business on Rye Lane through engaging with underrepresented business groups and providing business support and mentoring to build capacity of the network, enhancing skills and confidence, and developing a charter and action plan for businesses to identify and tackle their priority issues, bringing businesses together to beat crime, violence and ASB and the negative impact on the profitability of business and environment of the high street.
27/07/2022 £155,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF CAMDEN This project will build an innovative an effective community partnership to help tackle Kilburn’s challenges and make the best of those opportunities collectively. It will empower residents, businesses and local groups and partners to shape their local high street through a range of activity and action to create visible and measurable benefits for Kilburn High Road and the residents it serves.
25/07/2022 £23,148 YOUNG HISTORIANS PROJECT Creating two murals to celebrate African women in British health care at Guys & St. Thomas' Hospital and Charing Cross Hospital
25/07/2022 £7,336 £721,294 WEST SILVERTOWN FOUNDATION The Create Your Docks Community Fund is a programme to support people to get actively involved in the regeneration of the Royal Docks. The fund is designed to enable local community groups, organisations and people living or working in the Royal Docks to activate and celebrate the area. It aims to fund projects that offer opportunities for different communities to come together and deliver activities that are welcoming, inclusive and create a vibrant sense of place.
15/07/2022 £15,000 £69,092,929 WAYMAKERS KIDS The Create Your Docks Community Fund is a programme to support people to get actively involved in the regeneration of the Royal Docks. The fund is designed to enable local community groups, organisations and people living or working in the Royal Docks to activate and celebrate the area. It aims to fund projects that offer opportunities for different communities to come together and deliver activities that are welcoming, inclusive and create a vibrant sense of place.
13/07/2022 £6,044,300 LONDON COUNCILS To enable London Councils to grant fund a program of subregional immigration advice services, the T-1000 personalisation fund and relevant staffing to manage rough sleeping work at London Councils
13/07/2022 £176,086 £118,798,000 ST MUNGO COMMUNITY HOUSING ASSOCIATION Revenue funding to deliver an on-site support service for 8 former rough sleepers housed in self-contained accommodation (Cedars Road).
13/07/2022 £207,967 ENABLING ASSESSMENT SERVICE LONDON (EASL) To facilitate a greater number of people rough sleeping London to access appropriate mental health services, through provision of mental health assessments and through advice and guidane to outreach teams and other homelessness services
12/07/2022 £73,257 SOUTH LONDON AND MAUDSLEY NHS FOUNDATION TRUST Provide specialist support from a qualified MH professional to people with mental health needs staying at pan-London assessment accommodation for rough sleepers.
11/07/2022 £15,000 LANTINOLIFE To assist in the delivery of the LatinoLife event 2022 in Finsbury Park
08/07/2022 £4,993 £28,978 INVISIBLE PALACE Working with local community groups to discover the lost statues in Crystal Palace Park and create a walking trail.
07/07/2022 £130,000 £27,775,176 GROUND WORK LONDON Groundwork London (GL) have secured ESF funding to deliver a London-wide programme of Green Skills training. The Royal Docks GSP will focus on priority themes of green jobs and community wealth building. GL are training 100 participants over two years (50 in year 1 and 50 in year 2 following review of first cohort). This will lead to 35 jobs directly as a result of the training. The GSP proposed aims are to support local residents into quality skilled, sector specific green jobs across the Royal Docks and Newham. The funding identities the priority groups as NEET, People with a disability, Over 50’s, BAME, Women, Unemployed and Inactive as directed by EPMU (under the GLA ESF non co-financed 1.4 strand).
04/07/2022 £4,000 SESAME CIC / END VIOLENCE AND RACISM AGAINST EAST AND SOUTHEAST ASIAN COMMUNITIES Research and community conversations to develop proposals for new public artworks celebrating East and South East Asian heritage in London.
04/07/2022 £4,950 THE NO COLLECTIVE Working with Havering Asian and Social Welfare Group, Romford YMCA and Romford Market Traders to create a new mural opposite the entrance to Romford Station.
04/07/2022 £6,000 £34,195 VIETNAMESE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP / GIA ĐìNH VIệT Consultations and workshops to develop a new public art work that celebrates Vietnamese Londoners.
04/07/2022 £650,000 NOTTING HILL CARNIVAL LTD To assist in the delivery of the London Notting Hill Carnival 2022
04/07/2022 £14,996 ROYAL DOCKS COMMUNITY VOICE The Create Your Docks Community Fund is a programme to support people to get actively involved in the regeneration of the Royal Docks. The fund is designed to enable local community groups, organisations and people living or working in the Royal Docks to activate and celebrate the area. It aims to fund projects that offer opportunities for different communities to come together and deliver activities that are welcoming, inclusive and create a vibrant sense of place.
04/07/2022 £15,000 PERFORMANCE INFINITY The Create Your Docks Community Fund is a programme to support people to get actively involved in the regeneration of the Royal Docks. The fund is designed to enable local community groups, organisations and people living or working in the Royal Docks to activate and celebrate the area. It aims to fund projects that offer opportunities for different communities to come together and deliver activities that are welcoming, inclusive and create a vibrant sense of place.
02/07/2022 £1,420,000 ROYAL BOROUGH KENSINGTON & CHELSEA Funding to deliver a Future Neighbourhood strategy and projects to help local area to acheive net zero by 2030
01/07/2022 £50,000 £91,922,000 ALZHEIMER'S SOCIETY Funding the Alzheimer's Society to provide programme management support and capacity to deliver a partnership programme that includes a senior leadership/ oversight group, involvment and participation of people with dementia, a comms and engagement plan and a workstream looking at EDI.
01/07/2022 £15,000 THE 5E’S The Create Your Docks Community Fund is a programme to support people to get actively involved in the regeneration of the Royal Docks. The fund is designed to enable local community groups, organisations and people living or working in the Royal Docks to activate and celebrate the area. It aims to fund projects that offer opportunities for different communities to come together and deliver activities that are welcoming, inclusive and create a vibrant sense of place.
01/07/2022 £24,255 THE BRIDGE RENEWAL TRUST Haringey Safer Neighbourhood Board
01/07/2022 £-390,000 £43,373,000 VICTIM SUPPORT Children and Young People’s Victim and Witness Service (CYP) Grant Modification: 12-month extension accompanied. By budget reduction of -£390k (-440k+10k).
30/06/2022 £100,000 SOMALI ADVICE AND FORUM OF INFORMATION (SAAFI) CIC To explore the potential for other community kitchen spaces within the local area and reactivating an underused facility; to commission a designer/architect to deliver street market branding, designs for the community meeting rooms, zand designs for optimizing St’ Mary’s backroom so it can better support community needs; to deliver the wellness bus feasibility study =.
30/06/2022 £103,000 £6,247,036 ADVANCE ADVOCACY AND NON VIOLENCE COMMUNITY EDUCATION Female Offenders Diversion Pilot: Modification to Grant Agreement Adult Diversion Pilot for Women - 6 month cost extension FY2022/23 (Original was MOPAC 158)
30/06/2022 £20,146 LONDON BOROUGH OF HILLINGDON Hillingdon Safer Neighbourhood Board
30/06/2022 £19,648 HARROW SAFER NEIGHBOURHOOD BOARD Harrow Safer Neighbourhood Board
29/06/2022 £108,000 £27,660,000 THE WORKERS EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (WEA) The community outreach programme aims to engage and reach diverse communities across London to raise awareness about the Mayor’s skills offer, and to provide referral routes for Londoners to access the range of learning opportunities available. It is being delivered in partnership with the WEA. Grant award amount does not include administrative or evaluation costs.
29/06/2022 £22,353 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARKING AND DAGENHAM Barking and Dagenham Safer Neighbourhood Board
29/06/2022 £22,787 LONDON BOROUGH OF EALING Ealing Safer Neighbourhood Board
29/06/2022 £29,055 LONDON BOROUGH OF TOWER HAMLETS Tower Hamlets Safer Neighbourhood Board
28/06/2022 £531,611 LONDON BOROUGH OF BRENT (LEAD AUTHORITY) Out There Response and Rescue (County Lines) Grant Modification: Cost ext allocating funding for FY 2022/23
28/06/2022 £23,633 LEWISHAM SAFER NEIGHBOURHOOD BOARD Lewisham Safer Neighbourhood Board
27/06/2022 £170,000 HACKNEY WICK AND FISH ISLAND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT TRUST To deliver A Circular Economy Hub in collaboration with the local community that builds on innovative local precedents to reduce emissions and packaging; promote reusing and recycling; and encourage active travel.
20/06/2022 £23,327 £16,346 SAFER GREENWICH Greenwich Safer Neighbourhood Board
15/06/2022 £120,000 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KINGSTON To create a town centre partnership and programme of intergenerational activities.
15/06/2022 £40,000 NATIONAL PROBATION SERVICE MAPPA Executive Office provide funding towards the Director of London MAPA Post
13/06/2022 £30,000 £25,952,000 PRE-SCHOOL LEARNING ALLIANCE This work aims to ensure that the one-stop-shop (OSS) for early years business support on the London Business Hub (www.businesshub.london/early-years) remains active and fit for purpose, with a plan in place to sustain its functionality beyond the lifetime of the Strong Early Years London programme. It will also ensure that the page is amended to align with the revised structure of the London Business Hub (LBH) site as a whole.
13/06/2022 £166,000 ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH To aupporting market innovations aimed at new, local visitors; to bring the Clocktower market space back into use; to creating a broader town centre offer to include a vibrant evening economy, including use of lighting and cultural activation of public spaces; to strengthen the food offer and promoting sustainable supply chains.
01/06/2022 £24,255 LONDON BOROUGH OF HACKNEY Hackney Safer Neighbourhood Board
01/06/2022 £19,075 LONDON BOROUGH OF MERTON Merton Safer Neighbourhood Board
01/06/2022 £20,210 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA Kensington and Chelsea Safer Neighbourhood Board
30/05/2022 £347,861 £15,257,322 SOLACE WOMEN'S AID Ascent Advice Plus Project DA Hub and Spoke Partnership (6 month extension FY 2022/23))
30/05/2022 £477,898 £437,771 SOUTHALL BLACK SISTERS TRUST London Holistic Advocacy Wrap Around Service
27/05/2022 £0 ASSOCIATION OF LONDON DIRECTORS OF CHILDREN'S SERVICES (ALDCS) C/O LONDON BOROUGH OF CAMDEN Domestic Abuse Early Intervention Offer Due to COVID-19 (extend end date - modification to MOPAC 352)
27/05/2022 £9,500 £41,427,495 HESTIA HOUSING AND SUPPORT Emergency Accommodation (2nd Variation to MOPAC 220) First Variation MOPAC 304
27/05/2022 £50,000 HMP WORMWOOD SCRUBS Grant Modification (MOPAC 165): To develop a Prison Pathfinder at HMP Wormwood Scrubs to reduce violence within the prison, funded by the VRU
27/05/2022 £30,000 £15,257,322 SOLACE WOMEN'S AID Emergency Accommodation (4th Variation to MOPAC 221) First variation MOPAC 305, second variation MOPAC 509, third variation MOPAC 541
27/05/2022 £2,500 THE OUTSIDERS PROJECT LTD Emergency Accommodation response for survivors of domestic abuse - Grant Amendment - Cost Ext
25/05/2022 £92,168 CITY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON Sub-grant: under MOPAC 669 Operation Soteria Bluestone: Transforming the Response to Rape
24/05/2022 £261,344 £3,287,587 SAFER LONDON Out There Rescue & Response - Modification to MOPAC 622
24/05/2022 £79,646 LONDON BOROUGH OF CAMDEN Lighthouse Social Care Liaison Officers (SCLOs) Social Workers x4 for Light House Modification to MOPAC 363)
10/05/2022 £135,760 HOMES IN MIND This funding is for Homes in Mind (HiM) to undertake a programme of works to submit a planning application.
01/05/2022 £200,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF BRENT To deliver innovative youth provision at Hornby Court NW10 Youth Anchor through the appointment of an operator including service provision and internal refurbishment works
01/05/2022 £19,500 BEXLEY SAFER NEIGHBOURHOOD BOARD Bexley Safer Neighbourhood Board
22/04/2022 £255,000 £3,287,587 SAFER LONDON Pan London Housing Reciprocal-Grant Modification (MOPAC 544)
13/04/2022 £187,700 £6,247,036 ADVANCE ADVOCACY AND NON VIOLENCE COMMUNITY EDUCATION Allocation of Ministry of Justice IDVA funding FY 2021/22 to 2022/23
13/04/2022 £83,932 LONDON BOROUGH OF HOUNSLOW Allocation of Ministry of Justice Domestic Abuse Support Funding FY 2021/22
13/04/2022 £322,782 LONDON BOROUGH OF REDBRIDGE Home Office Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Fund: Continuation Funding for 2021-22: LB Redbridge Allocation
01/04/2022 £199,888 LONDON BOROUGH BARKING AND DAGENHAM  Casework and community support for 100 women 
01/04/2022 £100,000 LONDON BOROUGH BARNET  10 bed refuge; includes funding for bedspaces and for link in worker 
01/04/2022 £99,847 LONDON BOROUGH BEXLEY  BME specialist casework for 16 women, additional signposting for 200 
01/04/2022 £40,000 LONDON BOROUGH BRENT  Specialist support within refuge for 24 women 
01/04/2022 £148,951 LONDON BOROUGH CROYDON  Specialist BME and EEA refuges and casework for 150 women 
01/04/2022 £55,100 ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH  IDVA for 200 women 
01/04/2022 £95,275 LONDON BOROUGH HACKNEY  Hackney Asian Refuge – 15 bedspaces 
01/04/2022 £215,173 LONDON BOROUGH HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM  Three refuges (two specialist) – 28 bedspaces 
01/04/2022 £131,820 LONDON BOROUGH HARROW  Complex needs casework for 80 women 
01/04/2022 £45,913 LONDON BOROUGH HOUNSLOW  Complex needs casework for 90 women and children 
01/04/2022 £290,000 LONDON BOROUGH ISLINGTON  Specialist BME refuge (319 over 12 months) and family intervention service (200 children) 
01/04/2022 £75,113 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA  Children and family workers within refuges (19 bedspaces) 
01/04/2022 £98,100 LONDON BOROUGH OF LAMBETH  Specialist support within refuge (40 women) 
01/04/2022 £102,095 LONDON BOROUGH OF LEWISHAM  Specialist support within refuge (50 women) 
01/04/2022 £100,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM  Specialist support within refuge (120 women) 
01/04/2022 £359,592 LONDON BOROUGH OF RICHMOND UPON THAMES Complex needs casework and bedspaces (350 women). Note acting for LB Kingston and LB Merton too.
01/04/2022 £39,842 LONDON BOROUGH OF SOUTHWARK  Children and family workers within refuges (42 children)  
01/04/2022 £97,047 LONDON BOROUGH OF SUTTON  Specialist support within refuges (20 families, 25 children) 
01/04/2022 £94,452 LONDON BOROUGH OF TOWER HAMLETS  IDVA and floating support (100 adults)  
01/04/2022 £250,000 WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL  Whole Housing Project (200 families) 
01/04/2022 £30,890 BEXLEY WOMEN’S AID  Additional bedspaces  and helpline (5 bedspaces, 100 callers) 
01/04/2022 £38,000 £1,658,930 EACH COUNSELLING  Refuge service – moving to counselling service for 25 women) 
01/04/2022 £256,923 £41,427,495 HESTIA HOUSING AND SUPPORT  Specialist support within refuge and helpline (12 bedspaces, resettlement for 70, 24 move ons, helpline for 2400) 
01/04/2022 £103,109 £8,823,115 HOUSING FOR WOMEN   Additional bedspaces (18) 
01/04/2022 £222,761 £1,072,110 LATIN AMERICAN WOMENS AID  Specialist refuges (101 existing bedspaces, 15 additional) 
01/04/2022 £12,323 LOOK AHEAD CARE AND SUPPORT LTD Counselling and therapy (for 38 women/children) 
01/04/2022 £330,736 £25,298,237 REFUGE  Move on support  (1 worker plus budget) 
01/04/2022 £226,490 £16,927,412 SOLACE WOMEN'S AID Move on support (4 staff and budget) 
01/04/2022 £819,312 £16,927,412 SOLACE WOMEN'S AID Multi-borough complex needs service (58 women)3 
01/04/2022 £93,750 £8,224,734 STONEWALL HOUSING  Specialist bedspaces and advocacy (1200) 
01/04/2022 £21,091 £34,563 CAMDEN SAFER NEIGHBOURHOOD BOARD Camden Safer Neighbourhood Board
01/04/2022 £19,611 LONDON BOROUGH OF HAVERING Havering Safer Neighbourhood Board
01/04/2022 £24,055 LONDON BOROUGH OF ISLINGTON Islington Safer Neighbourhood Board
01/04/2022 £20,554 HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICING PARTNERSHIP Hammersmith and Fulham Safer Neighbourhood Board
01/04/2022 £19,597 SAFER NEIGHBOURHOOD BOARD RICHMOND UPON THAMES Richmond upon Thames Safer Neighbourhood Board
01/04/2022 £19,005 THE ROYAL BOROUGH OF KINGSTON UPON THAMES Kingston upon Thames Safer Neighbourhood Board
31/03/2022 £68,000 £437,440 LONDON SOCIAL PRESCRIBING NETWORK Delivery of a London-wide VCSE (Voluntary, Community or Social Enterprise Organisations) social prescribing network.
31/03/2022 £2,315 FRUITION PROPERTIES Fruition Properties, owners of 2 Scrubs Lane, looking to redevelop the site, sought and were granted planning permission in June 2018.
30/03/2022 £200,000 REACT (RESIDENTS OF EDMONTON ANGEL COMMUNITY TOGETHER) LTD To create an innovative social enterprise management model to develop and deliver a multifaceted cultural programme based out of the ‘Living Room Library’ on Fore Street, Angel Edmonton. This will support an integrated approach to community engagement and build the capacity of local young people via a mentor and training programme.
29/03/2022 £150,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HARROW To develop a local partnership including groups under-represented in local democracy and civic engagement; to provide capacity building skills by Learn Harrow; to develop a Community Welcome Guide for the town centre; to deliver four pilot markets; to develop a streamlined approach to deliver high street events including licensing and communications
23/03/2022 £91,673 BONNY DOWNS BAPTIST CHURCH This is revenue funding for Bonny Downs Baptist Church to undertake a programme of work to progress the Bonny Downs Co-Housing scheme to a full planning application in the London Borough of Newham. Bonny Downs Baptist Church (Bonny Downs) is working with Bonny Downs Community Association (BDCA) and the NEWway project (a homelessness charity) to redevelop the Bonny Downs Church Hall in East Ham. Bonny Downs aim to create an intentional co-housing community comprising vulnerable single people who were previously homeless and poverty relief workers living together. The proposal is to deliver 7 community-led homes of which 2 are market sale and 5 are London Affordable Rent on land they already own which currently houses the small community church.
17/03/2022 £163,524 £89,554 ENDLESHAM HALL LIMITED This funding is revenue grant totalling £163,524 which will enable Endlesham Hall to progress works to achieve full planning permission on their mixed-use scheme towards full planning permission on a site they own in Wandsworth. Current projections suggest that 9 community-led homes at LAR will be viable. The funding was approved via delegated authority.
16/03/2022 £130,000 STATION TO STATION BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT To repurpose existing spaces to meet local, borough and pan-London demand; to create additional workspace provision which provides opportunities for employment and wider benefits; to support local businesses to achieve shared goals; to create and foster a network of relationships connecting local businesses that adds value
11/03/2022 £223,000 £721,294 WEST SILVERTOWN VILLAGE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION The revenue funding is for West Silvertown Foundation to undertake a programme of work to progress the Britannia Village scheme to a RIBA stage 2 and a partnership / development agreement as relevant. West Silvertown Foundation are pursuing a scheme of 26 community-led homes of which 9 are affordable homes of mixed tenure.
02/03/2022 £63,980 £62,182,000 GUY'S AND ST THOMAS' NHS FOUNDATION TRUST To fund a Band 7 community nurse from GSTT HIT to support people staying at the Waterloo Hub Hotel
02/03/2022 £72,022 ZAH HOUSING COOPERATIVE LTD The funding is revenue funding for Zahra Housing Cooperative to undertake a programme of work to progress Westbere Garages scheme to a full planning application. Zahra Housing Cooperative are pursuing a scheme of c. 3 intergenerational Mutual Home Ownership Society homes.
01/03/2022 £38,000 £7,778,000 VOLUNTEERING MATTERS To put in place a support organisation to enable the Health Inequalities Community of Practice Network, led by the Planning Group (made up of volunteer graduates of the 2019 masterclasses), to set out and deliver a work programme. The support organisation will provide practical assistance to enable the Planning Group to achieve their aims.
01/03/2022 £38,000 £7,778,000 HEALTH INEQUALITIES COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE NETWORK (COPN) To put in place a support organisation to enable the Health Inequalities Community of Practice Network, led by the Planning Group (made up of volunteer graduates of the 2019 masterclasses), to set out and deliver a work programme. The support organisation will provide practical assistance to enable the Planning Group to achieve their aims.
17/02/2022 £100,000 MAKE IT BOW LTD To develop a high street partnership, engagement activities and a high street strategy for Barking Town Centre, as well as deliver proposals for Roycraft House.
17/02/2022 £425,780 NW3 COMMUNITY LAND TRUST LTD The funding is revenue funding for NW3 CLT to undertake a programme of work to progress Daleham Gardens scheme to a full planning application. NW3 CLT are pursuing a scheme of 18 community-led homes of which 9 are affordable homes of mixed tenure.
02/02/2022 £141,855 £118,798,000 ST MUNGO'S COMMUNITY HOUSING ASSOCIATION To fund the support staffing responsible for assessment and move on from the Crisis at Christmas extension hotel
02/02/2022 £80,000 ONREDCHURCH CIC To diversify the uses along Redchurch Street to provide an alternative to high end retail and reintroduce social value. The project also aims to develop a healthier, more inclusive and equitable public realm through an improved street design.
27/01/2022 £391,978 £66,237,000 CRISIS To fund a three week extension to a Crisis at Christmas hotel to maximise accommodation outcomes for guests.
25/01/2022 £211,000 CRYSTAL PALACE COMMUNITY LAND TRUST LTD The funding is revenue funding for Crystal Palace CLT to undertake a programme of work to progress The Lawns scheme to a full planning application. Crystal Palace are pursuing a scheme of c. 8 discounted market sale homes, c. 70% market value.
18/01/2022 £1,415,000 LONDON BOROUGH CAMDEN Funding to deliver a Future Neighbourhood strategy and projects to help local area to acheive net zero by 2030
10/01/2022 £1,150,237 £118,798,000 ST MUNGO COMMUNITY HOUSING ASSOCIATION An award to St Mungo's to fund a team of navigators to work with up to 200 people identified as part of the T1000 cohort of rough sleepers with the most extensive rough sleeping histories and complex needs.
03/01/2022 £104,000 LGBTIQ+ OUTSIDE CIC To fund the Outside Project to deliver specialist support to homeless LGBTIQ+ people who are sleeping rough or at an imminent risk of doing so.
03/01/2022 £104,000 LGBTIQ+ OUTSIDE CIC To fund the Outside Project to deliver specialist support to homeless LGBTIQ+ people who are sleeping rough or at an imminent risk of doing so.
11/12/2021 £55,000 £221,300,000 CANAL & RIVER TRUST Water quality nature solutions project - Brent Reservoir
11/12/2021 £65,000 £1,069,274 THAMES21 Chinbrook Community SUDS: Healthy Wetlands Challenge
11/12/2021 £40,000 £304,259 KENTISH TOWN CITY FARM Nursery for the Neighbourhood
11/12/2021 £40,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF CAMDEN Hilgrove Community Garden
11/12/2021 £10,000 £1,779,576 BRANDON CENTRE Brandon Centre Mindfullness Garden Project
11/12/2021 £49,915 £58,131,000 ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON Connecting to nature: ZSL London Zoo’s Community Gardens and Outdoor Classroom
11/12/2021 £13,722 WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL Lisson Green Pocket Parks Sustainable Water Access
11/12/2021 £28,900 £238,934 SOUTHALL COMMUNITY ALLIANCE Western Road Urban Garden
11/12/2021 £65,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF ENFIELD Oakthorpe School SuDS and Wetland
11/12/2021 £42,313 £12,922 ROOTS4LIFE Greening, growing and rewilding: tackling inequalities in access and use of green space in Greenwich
11/12/2021 £44,862 DALSTON EASTERN CURVE GARDEN Keep Cities Wild - Making More Space in Dalston
11/12/2021 £5,000 £317,399 THE BOILER HOUSE COMMUNITY SPACE Community Green Space
11/12/2021 £31,861 MOUNTFORD GROWING COMMUNITY Growing Roots in the community
11/12/2021 £50,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HACKNEY Connecting Green Spaces - Ufton Gardens
11/12/2021 £30,000 WILDLIFE GARDENERS OF HAGGERSTON Old Lea River Restoration
11/12/2021 £13,400 GROW N22 Westbury Banks Enhancement
11/12/2021 £15,404 HARMONY GARDENS Harmony Gardens Renovation and Outreach Project
11/12/2021 £55,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HARINGEY Adams Road Minor SuDS Project
11/12/2021 £5,000 GARDENS RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION The Urban Arboretum
11/12/2021 £20,000 £79,400 FLASH MUSICALS Chandos Housing Estate Community Garden
11/12/2021 £5,000 £45,109 ST. ANSELM, HAYES Hayes Green Refuge
11/12/2021 £41,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HILLINGDON Creating a Climate Resilient Bessingby Park
11/12/2021 £34,263 £441,804 HORNSEY LANE ESTATE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Tollyrise Happiness Garden - 'A garden for the gardenless'
11/12/2021 £11,000 £169,162 HILLDROP AREA COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Greening the Grey on Community Lane
11/12/2021 £10,000 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA Shannon Ward Sensory Garden
11/12/2021 £49,698 £21,751 HYDE FOUNDATION Kennington's Green Escape
11/12/2021 £40,000 £472,736 VAUXHALL CITY FARM Vauxhall City Farm Community Garden
11/12/2021 £36,680 WINDMILL CLUSTER OF SCHOOLS Seeds of Change
11/12/2021 £35,142 CHRIST CHURCH PRIMARY SCHOOL SW9 Inside_Out: taking learning outside, and bringing the community in to share our green space
11/12/2021 £15,000 THE SOUL SHACK LDN CIC Buried Seeds Project
11/12/2021 £65,000 WEAREWATERLOO Hercules Road Depaving & Planting
11/12/2021 £20,466 LONDON BOROUGH OF LAMBETH Agnes Riley Rainwater Garden
11/12/2021 £14,000 CHILDERIC PRIMARY SCHOOL The Childeric Primary School Shade Garden
11/12/2021 £26,000 ETHICAL LAND CIC Deptford Community Market Garden
11/12/2021 £25,570 LONDON BOROUGH OF LEWISHAM Dalmain Primary Rain Gardens
11/12/2021 £45,482 LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM The UP Garden
11/12/2021 £40,000 £3,423,236 TREES FOR CITIES Connecting children to nature in Newham
11/12/2021 £30,000 SURGE COOPERATIVE LTD Long Wall Ecology Garden
11/12/2021 £31,746 TREES FOR BERMONDSEY The Octopus Garden
11/12/2021 £10,000 GROW LONDON CIC OK Grow
11/12/2021 £35,625 £208,768 SPITALFIELDS CITY FARM Ram and Magpie Community Garden
11/12/2021 £35,500 SWAN HOUSING ASSOCIATION The Greener Exmouth Project
11/12/2021 £20,000 £426,035 ORCHARD PROJECT Forest Gardens of Columbia Estates
11/12/2021 £20,908 THE LEYTON BOUNDARY COMMUNITY GARDEN Leyton Boundary Garden: De-tarmac, Improve & Training
11/12/2021 £5,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF EALING The London Borough of Ealing wants to use the Christmas Market for North Acton Square as a one-day, weekend to provide a collaborative opportunity for local businesses, artists, makers and entrepreneurs to market their offer to the local and wider west London community.
12/11/2021 £120,000 £6,435,318 LIVING WAGE FOUNDATION Making the EZ a Living Wage Place (LWP) directly aligns with the shift towards the ‘inclusive growth’ principle outlined in Newham’s CWB Strategy and wider ambitions to take a more collaborative approach to supporting the local economy. It acknowledges the existing need for the EZ to harness the power of place by building a coalition of local organisations from the public, private and third sectors, helping increase the uptake of the London Living Wage (LLW) in the EZ, thus lifting more people out of low pay. The scheme is designed to be both transformative and celebratory providing the impetus for more workers to receive higher pay whilst also acknowledging the achievements of local organisations so far, and as such represents a tangible vehicle through which the EZ can catalyse pay improvements for local workers. Living Wage Foundation is a Citizens UK intiative.
02/11/2021 £2,830,000 PROJEKT The Factory Project is a social enterprise who have converted a 5 acre / 100,000 sq. ft. site in total, with c.62,000 sq. ft. of lettable space, 5,000 sq. ft. of community space at the Tate & Lyle refinery in North Woolwich. It is a mixed-use plan, incorporating workspace and a community event space, as well as larger units for food preparation and light industrial use. It will also include a large hireable studio, rehearsal and production space. The public spaces will host 50+ cultural and community events throughout the year. The project strategy is to transform the area and bring about positive regeneration through the provision of affordable and flexible space, the total cost of the project is c£6.2m of which the RD GGF will find £2.83m. This will be done by introducing affordable workspace, and the other resources and facilities, whilst retaining the industrial buildings and uses. By creating a new hub of enterprise, employment and culture, and by fostering a community, the Factory Project will help local partnerships form on site and in the Borough. The Factory Project have retained the charities currently based on the site (Community Food Enterprise and Community Links) as tenants on zero rent, with improvements to their current facilities, helping their staff and clients.
21/10/2021 £150,000 £134,857 PARKS FOR LONDON Enabling funding for charity to build capacity as a Centre for Excellence
01/09/2021 £7,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF EALING The London Borough of Ealing Council have asked OPDC to help kick- start their activation of North Acton Square by grant funding and taking part in the North Acton London Festival programme.
16/07/2021 £4,770 £141,323 URBANWISE LONDON A series of projects, including walks and workshops, designed to showcase the ecology of Hammersmith and Fulham's largest green space (Wormwood Scrubs). We will use the list birds found in Wormwood Scrub compiled by renowned bird watcher David Lindo, also known as the Urban Birder, and deliver a series of walks and art workshops for children, families and adults where they will be encourage to explore wildlife (birds, trees, etc) and make art. The art workshops will be based either at Old Oak Community Centre, Old Oak Primary School, Burlington Dames or similar venue close to the Scrubs and easily accessible for walks. The workshops will be delivered by professional artist Renata Fernandez whose studio is in the Old Oak and Park Royal area (Acava, Hythe Rd.)
14/07/2021 £30,000 £201,305 CLAPTON COMMONS Transformation of the under-croft of St Thomas' Church into a community hub, including community canteen and servery, group exercise studio, bookable meeting rooms, accompanied by community arts residency programme.
14/07/2021 £10,000 GLENGALL WHARF GARDEN Proposal is to install a shipping container and convert into a community and education hub for the garden's users and wider community. It ofers communal outdoor activity space in an area of high deprivation where private external amenity is limited and aims to strengthen community links through volunteering, workshops, and providing food grown to a local food bank
14/07/2021 £25,000 RIGHTRAIN LTD T/A BILL AMBERG STUDIO Funding to support the establishment of the inaugural Park Royal Design District
30/06/2021 £30,000 £1,563,309 UNION OF KINGSTON STUDENTS Union of Kingston Students & Studio KT1 will use the former pc world retail unit to offer maker spaces, student work on show and for sale, student-delivered services (SME advice), exhibitions, talks, workshops and workspaces. the space will be run, managed and curated by the students. The project will help the community reimagine retail space, becoming a model for change in how Kingston residents use their town centre
29/06/2021 £30,000 THINGS MADE PUBLIC Co-design outdoor pocket park spaces (2 mobile pocket parks and up to 10 green installations) in and around Romford high street and town centre and provide much needed improved outdoor spaces following COVID-19
29/06/2021 £13,000 £146,809 FRIENDS OF BARNES COMMON Finalising a co-designed Masterplan for the Vine Road Recreation Ground while delivering live tests of temporary play furniture, mobile planters, outdoor classrooms, play area and planting
22/06/2021 £20,000 FITZROVIA CIC Transformation of a long-empty post office on the Aberfeldy Estate in Poplar, on a high street where most shop units are shuttered up. Will host a space for crafting, including glass casting. Will involve a group of local youths to help with this, as well as general refurbishment of the space, from which they can have practical 'on the job training' as well as gaining useful planning experience and improving social skills, useful for future employment
22/06/2021 £20,000 F.A.T. STUDIO CIC The project will transform an empty shopfront on Old Kent Road into a free arts club that brings together local people and strengthens cultural and creative presence in the area – as it faces major change. The project will be a space that celebrates life on the Old Kent Road. The three pillars of OKR Arts Club have been shaped by local voices and respond to the Covid-19 crisis: Sustainability, Community and Mental Health. These themes will be embedded into the project. All participants will be celebrated with a road-side window gallery, annual exhibition and publication.
22/06/2021 £5,000 YOUR CANAL BOAT CIC Three weekends of performances on a canal boat at various locations along the Grand Union Canal
18/06/2021 £10,000 £1,039,097 COMMUNITY ACTION SUTTON Transform an outdoor space into an urban community garden to bring people together and provide the opportunity to grow their own food, make new friends, improve their wellbeing and mental health.
31/05/2021 £5,000 FOR BRIAN CIC Old Oak Lumiere will support For Brian CIC's mission to tackle loneliness and isolation, involving a series of light installations and pageants across the Old Oak Estate - these will be co-produced with local residents, with the aim of unifying local communities during such challenging circumstances.
31/05/2021 £4,980 KEY CHANGES Key changes are a charity who utilise music to support the wellbeing of people living with long-term mental health conditions. Music Studio Discovery will be based out of Central Middlesex Hospital, and will offer participants access to equipment and programming in order to create their own original composition. We are currently running the music activities on the wards at Park Royal Centre for Mental Health. These are taking place every Tuesday at the hospital and have maximum engagement. The studio sessions are taking place in W10 as there was a change of location due to COVID
14/05/2021 £15,000 BE ENRICHED Capacity building and delivery of food insecurity initiative
14/05/2021 £14,963 £1,907,314 BRIDGE RENEWAL TRUST Capacity building and delivery of food insecurity initiative
14/05/2021 £15,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF ENFIELD Capacity building and delivery of food insecurity initiative
14/05/2021 £14,790 £808,553 GLOBAL GENERATION Capacity building and delivery of food insecurity initiative
14/05/2021 £12,507 ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH Capacity building and delivery of food insecurity initiative
14/05/2021 £15,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HACKNEY Capacity building and delivery of food insecurity initiative
14/05/2021 £15,000 LONDON BOORUGH OF HAVERING Capacity building and delivery of food insecurity initiative
14/05/2021 £15,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF LAMBETH Capacity building and delivery of food insecurity initiative
14/05/2021 £14,085 ORGANICLEA Capacity building and delivery of food insecurity initiative
14/05/2021 £15,000 £691,420 PEMBROKE HOUSE Capacity building and delivery of food insecurity initiative
10/05/2021 £10,000 GLENGALL WHARF GARDEN Make London match funding
10/05/2021 £18,000 CULTIVATE LONDON Make London match funding
10/05/2021 £20,000 F.A.T. STUDIO CIC Make London match funding
10/05/2021 £10,000 COMMUNITY ACTION SUTTON Make London match funding
03/05/2021 £50,000 £134,857 PARKS FOR LONDON Helping to meet LGSC recommendation to establish and resource a Centre for Excellence
28/04/2021 £30,000 ACTON ARTS CIC Make London match funding
28/04/2021 £5,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF BRENT To support the development of next phase of the artist network which will see us bringing together creative organisations to form a collective to take it forward
28/04/2021 £5,000 LIQUID VIBRATIONS Liquid Vibrations will create a unique underwater listening arts experience for SEN students at the JackTizard School. Taking place at the school's hydrotherapy pool, the students will be treated to a relaxingunderwater sound experience as they are supported weightlessly on the water surface.
28/04/2021 £4,902 £4,891,240 LYRIC HAMMERSMITH THEATRE An access fund to give young people in and around Old Oak and Park Royal the opportunity to discover their local theatre and new skills and talent through free classes as part of the Young Lyric creative classes programme.
28/04/2021 £5,000 PIP HACKETT I want to pay tribute to the 'Canary Girls' . The plucky Munitionettes of the Park Royal area of London. These women played a vital role in Industry during both World Wars and were never recognised for their sacrifices to our country. I intend to create a Millinery collection of 1940's hats inspired by these courageous women.
28/04/2021 £5,000 PORTOBELLO LIVE CIC  Our vision is to create affordable, community led performance programmes, in the heartof our local communities. We aim to be inclusive and engage people from a range of backgrounds. Weprovide local people with the opportunity to access live arts and music in their community and toincrease their participation in a range of arts activities. We promote the creation of new music and arts,to enable talented local music and arts creators to realise their potential. We will provide an annualmusic, arts and spoken word festival in the OPDC area.
28/04/2021 £3,900 GANG OF VIRTUE - QUEENSROLLAHOUSE Generation & Display is Queensrollahouse Artist Studios’ in-house, not-for-profit gallery & event space.We are respectfully applying for a £3,900 grant to support our 2021/22 exhibition programme: 4exhibitions and related events, working with emerging to mid-career artists.
28/04/2021 £5,000 £434,661 SHUBBAK FESTIVAL The project will connect local businesses with local communities and external visitors through a public art project that creates and displays bilingual English & Arabic literature texts by two emerging Palestinian writers from Hajar Press, designed by young Palestinian designers in key local locations, particular locations frequented by the Arab diaspora inc. Beit El Zeytoun, Levant Book Café and others. It is part of Shubbak, London’s largest festival of Contemporary Arab Culture, but specifically designed for the ODPC area. The project will create a map for festival attenders highlighting the locations and businesses in the ODPC area.
28/04/2021 £2,400 STARDUST ARTS An interactive virtual music workshop that introduces young people to music and the joy of learning amusical instrument. It is aimed at all children aged 6 years and above where they will learn rhythms and timings on their own percussion instruments. It is hoped that the project will be in person in the final weekfor the final performance. This will depend on the government's COVID 19 legislation at that time
28/04/2021 £5,000 TALKING AND EXPLORING Walking tours of the industrial estate featuring local industry, businesses and buiidlings of architectural importance
28/04/2021 £4,995 ABUNDANCE ARTS A 12 week programme of study support for KS2 and KS3 students in the local area, using arts to engage students with subjects such as English and Maths
28/04/2021 £5,000 £106,021 DALGARNO PRE SCHOOL A programme of drama and arts sessions for local students in North Kensington, based out of the Dalgarno Community Centre
28/04/2021 £4,990 FRESH ARTS CIC A  programme of theatre activities for children aged 7-11, based out of West Twyford Primary School in Park Royal
28/04/2021 £4,800 FACTORY PROJECTS A series of workshops and exhbitions exploring the idea of utopia with local people in Old Oak and Park Royal
28/04/2021 £5,000 GOODWASTE Project involving the creation of street furniture using waste materials from the industrial estate, in turn encouraging engagement with residents surrounding the future of the area
28/04/2021 £5,000 KOMMUN SOUND A series of music events in Park Royal being delivered post-lockdown to help reinvigorate interest in live music locally
28/04/2021 £4,650 UNIAO DA MOCIDADE A series of free samba workshops during Summer 2021 at the Oti Mabuse Dance studio in Park Royal, culminating in a live performance
28/04/2021 £4,625 JOHN KEBLE COFE PRIMARY SCHOOL Additional support for a foodbank in Harlesden, alongside funding to support a gardening club at the school
28/04/2021 £4,990 MINDS UNITED CIC  volunteer programme for local people, using sports coaching to support skils development and routes into higher education and employment
28/04/2021 £5,000 SAAFI (SOMALI ADVICE AND FORUM OF INFORMATION) Support for a charity who specialise in working with the local Somalian community, offering online training and awareness courses
28/04/2021 £5,000 £92,514 US CHARITABLE TRUST A series of arts and culture activities held over Summer 2021, free for local young people
28/04/2021 £5,000 ALOOKINTO ALOOKINTO are an artist collective based in Park Royal who focus on platforming the experience of marginalised, often less-visible groups. With a grant from OPDC they will create a zine in collaboration with local artists, platforming the work of emerging creatives in London's largest industrial estate
28/04/2021 £4,320 ARC THEATRE Arc Theatre focus on creating immersive, interactive theatre that engages young people with challenging topics. No More Whispers will explore FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) in London, supporting students to understand the complexity of the issue in a safe, supportive environment.
28/04/2021 £5,000 BLAST STUDIO Blast Studio are an artist collective based in Park Royal who specialise in using waste materials to create artwork. "The Hive" will collect waste materials from the industrial estate to create a distinctive sculpture, to be installed outside of Excelsior Studios.
28/04/2021 £4,933 BUBBLE + SQUEAK Building upon their expansive local networks, Bubble and Squeak will work to create a new newspaper for people living in the Old Oak Estate - this will be circulated monthly, with content being co-produced with local residents and artists.
28/04/2021 £5,000 ANGELINA JESSON ARTS LTD - 1995 Facilitated by two local artists living in Old Oak, Earthseed will involve local students in the creation of an interactive performance and musical film inspired by "The Parable of the Sower" by Octavia Butler.
28/04/2021 £5,000 FASHION REBIRTH Building upon a grant awarded during the early phases of the Great Place Scheme, the organisation will create a temporary hub in Park Royal - through this local women working in the creative industries will be able to connect with one another and grow their personal network, supporting improved welbeing in the process.
28/04/2021 £4,600 GIRLS I RATE GirlsIRate work to create visibilility and opportunities for under-represented communities in the music industry. Girl Royal Oak will involve a series of radio broadcasts, providing a platform to showcase local talent - this will also culimate in a networking event for participants to support their career development further.
28/04/2021 £5,000 KIT THEATRE KIT Theatre specialise in delivering immersive threatre projects to engage young people with complex topics. Classbot 450 will involve three schools in Harlesden/Stonebridge, introducing students to AI/coding - this will entail a week "takover" using live actors and probelm solving activities. This project is match funded by a £25k grant from the John Lyons Foundation.
28/04/2021 £3,000 LOCALITY MATTERS A blog about the history of Old Oak and Park Royal with interviews and photography of notable reisdents.
28/04/2021 £4,902 £4,891,240 LYRIC THEATRE An access fund to give young people in and around Old Oak and Park Royal the opportunity to discover their local theatre and new skills and talent through free classes as part of the Young Lyric creative classes programme.
28/04/2021 £4,950 OLD OAK PRIMARY SCHOOL Buiding upon their expansive local networks, colleagues from Old Oak Primary will develop a series of podcasts in collaboration with residents across the Old Oak Estate.
28/04/2021 £4,940 REVO SECCUS The project will inform and capture the view of young people on the past, present and future of the OPDC area and the opportunities it will produce in terms of jobs and careers the young people could be learning for at present.
28/04/2021 £5,000 TITRA Annual Film Festival which supports the decades long filming history of our area and creates a community event for all residents in the Island Triangle conservation area. In addition to screening a selection of films over the weekend, children would learn about the history of our streets as a filming location, there would be opportunities to take part in cultural workshops and a street party for all to attend.
06/04/2021 £37,500 SITOPIA FARM Make London match funding
06/04/2021 £30,000 THINGS MADE PUBLIC Make London match funding
06/04/2021 £45,000 MIGRATEFUL UK Make London match funding
06/04/2021 £30,000 KINGSTON UNION OF STUDENTS Make London match funding
06/04/2021 £18,000 CRYSTAL PALACE PARK TRUST Make London match funding
06/04/2021 £13,000 FRIENDS OF BARNES COMMON Make London match funding
06/04/2021 £12,000 BLANK WALLS Make London match funding
01/04/2021 £15,000 CODE 1 Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £15,000 £21,938 KANLUNGAN FILIPINO CONSORTIUM Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £15,000 ACTION FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £10,600 MUSLIM WOMEN'S COLLECTIVE Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £15,000 THERAPY FOR HEALING Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £12,001 CLUB KALI NETWORK Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £15,000 £60,693 WORK RIGHTS CENTRE Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £15,000 LEWISHAM YOUTH THEATRE Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £14,926 LGBTQI+ OUTSIDE Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £4,903 £84,145 HALKEVI Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £5,000 RUF Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £4,851 £492 FORUM FOR OLDER PEOPLE Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £4,980 LERATO Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £4,978 £3,883 POLICY CENTRE FOR AFRICAN PEOPLES Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £4,800 COCO COLLECTIVE Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £5,000 NEWHAM MUSLIM FORUM Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £5,000 £116,766 SUTTON VISION Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £4,350 CASSEL HOSPITAL CHARITABLE TRUST Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £5,000 CENTRE FOR FEMINIST FOREIGN POLICY Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
01/04/2021 £4,990 SAMAFAL Capacity building funding for community-led partnerships
31/03/2021 £60,458 £16,300,000 DEPAUL UK Immigration advice for rough sleepers
31/03/2021 £90,000 £649,511 LEWISHAM REFUGEE AND MIGRANT NETWORK Immigration advice for rough sleepers
31/03/2021 £58,950 £194,406 NEWWAY PROJECT Immigration advice for rough sleepers
31/03/2021 £83,975 £412,354 SOUTH LONDON REFUGEE ASSOCIATION Immigration advice for rough sleepers
31/03/2021 £100,063 £108,793,000 ST MUNGO'S Immigration advice for rough sleepers
31/03/2021 £106,034 £18,309,407 THAMES REACH Immigration advice for rough sleepers
23/03/2021 £20,220 YOU AND ME COUNSELLING Young people in Romford aged 7-16 and their parents/carers, focusing on families on low incomes and from BAME groups.
19/03/2021 £94,893 WEST LONDON BUSINESS Funding towards the continuation of the Park Royal Business Group Manager post for an additional two years.
18/03/2021 £5,000 ABRA ABRA Community Garden
18/03/2021 £5,000 ROSHA NUTT Alexandra Palace Art Trail 2021
18/03/2021 £4,553 ENGAGE HERE CIC Artists with Dementia in Tower Hamlets
18/03/2021 £5,000 CORDWAINERS GROW BLooM - Connecting with Nature
18/03/2021 £5,000 LOUISE ELY Bourne Under Cover
18/03/2021 £4,065 PALMERS GREEN ACTION TEAM Bring trees to Palmers Green high street
18/03/2021 £5,000 THE PURLS.UK Building Healthier Communities
18/03/2021 £4,500 THREADS Community Craft Workshops
18/03/2021 £4,915 LIV WRIGHT Community Mural for Pymmes Park
18/03/2021 £5,000 TRAPPED IN ZONE ONE Enhancing Ackroyd Drive Greenlink
18/03/2021 £4,126 FRIENDS OF FELTHAM GREEN Flourishing Feltham Green
18/03/2021 £4,043 GRANVILLE COMMUNITY KITCHEN Granville Garden - Feeding Our Community
18/03/2021 £4,500 STRATFORD VILLAGE NEIGHBOURHOOD Greening Stratford Village Neighborhood
18/03/2021 £4,118 GROW LEWISHAM Grow it yourself with Grow Lewisham
18/03/2021 £4,463 CREATE WITHOUT BORDERS Imagining Sanctuary in Lewisham
18/03/2021 £4,565 HARROW HERITAGE TRUST Improving Pinner Recreation Ground
18/03/2021 £3,950 IGNITE ME WOKSHOP THEATRE Make Inclusive Theatre online Richmond
18/03/2021 £5,000 MAKE MEE STUDIO Patched Together Lewisham
18/03/2021 £5,000 BLKOUT_UK Pearl's Return - BLKOUT LIVE
18/03/2021 £3,684 MANOR PARK FRIENDS GROUP Play, Learn, Create in Sutton's Garden
18/03/2021 £4,991 CRITICAL MOMENT THEATRE Speaking Stones Crystal Palace
18/03/2021 £7,820 GET SET 4 TENNIS CIC Tennis Pathway for children with special educational needs and disabilities in Hillingdon Harrow and Ealing
18/03/2021 £8,040 LONGFIELD HALL TRUST Women 50+ in specific wards in Lambeth (priority women living alone, carers)
18/03/2021 £18,035 MAGGIE KESWICK JENCKS CANCER CARING CENTRES TRUST (MAGGIE’S) Adults with cancer and their carers
18/03/2021 £29,159 VISION REDBRIDGE CULTURE & LEISURE Females who live in lower social-economic areas, that have been identified as having poor mental health and/or have lived through difficult experiences during the COVID19 epidemic including, those that are struggling with isolation, those that have become new mothers or have young children or those that have escape domestic violence.
17/03/2021 £8,490 ABILITY BOW For older adults with disabilities who may also live with health conditions including mental illness
17/03/2021 £9,390 CREATIVE SPACES LONDON For BAME women and carers from low income families. Also engage vulnerable residents who have not yet been reached, in particular new mums that may be struggling as a result of early years services being out of action.
17/03/2021 £8,220 CYCLING4YOU LTD For Black, Asian and minority ethnic, School Mum's, people on a low household income, People without qualifications / long term unemployed and older people.
17/03/2021 £30,212 EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT GROUP For isolated elderly women
17/03/2021 £26,994 INSPIRATIONAL YOUTH LTD Young men (BAME)
17/03/2021 £7,008 MINDFUL PEAK PERFORMANCE CIC Young carers (8-11) and (12-18)
17/03/2021 £14,210 MOVEMENTWORKS Young children from disadvantaged backgrounds, older children with autism
17/03/2021 £17,859 ORGANICLEA Social prescribing for mental health/wellbeing
17/03/2021 £19,130 RESOURCES FOR AUTISM Inactive, autistic adults aged 19 plus, from across the autistic-spectrum who suffer from mental-health issues and suffered disproportionately in-respect of Covid-19 due to their condition.
17/03/2021 £15,877 THE BRIDGE Older women from lower socio-economic groups, women with long-term conditions and people from BAME communities
17/03/2021 £18,961 UNITED RESPONSE For people with mild and profound learning and physical disabilities, Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, and mental health needs (18-65+)
17/03/2021 £30,814 VERSUS ARTHRITIS For people with arthritis
17/03/2021 £26,295 YOUTH REALITIES Young women aged 12-25, specifically those with experience of domestic/ relationship abuse, sexual violence, mental health challenges, social or/and academic isolation, low-income.
16/03/2021 £6,267 REFUGEE CAFE Community led social action project to support recovery from COVID19
16/03/2021 £9,000 NATIONAL FOOD SERVICE LONDON Community led social action project to support recovery from COVID19
16/03/2021 £8,872 CONNECTED ROUTES CIC Community led social action project to support recovery from COVID19
16/03/2021 £8,964 GRANVILLE COMMUNITY KITCHEN Community led social action project to support recovery from COVID19
16/03/2021 £7,010 POWERHOUSE FOR WOMEN Community led social action project to support recovery from COVID19
16/03/2021 £9,000 EMPOWERING DEAF SOCIETY Community led social action project to support recovery from COVID19
16/03/2021 £9,000 GOLDSTAR CREATIVE MARKETING Community led social action project to support recovery from COVID19
16/03/2021 £8,880 WOMENS INCLUSIVE TEAM Community led social action project to support recovery from COVID19
16/03/2021 £6,370 ALL FAITHS AND NONE Community led social action project to support recovery from COVID19
16/03/2021 £8,304 GOLD & SILVER INTERPRISES CIC Community led social action project to support recovery from COVID19
16/03/2021 £4,444 EVELYN TENANTS AND RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION Community led social action project to support recovery from COVID19
16/03/2021 £8,685 SOUTH NORWOOD COMMUNITY KITCHEN Community led social action project to support recovery from COVID19
16/03/2021 £8,991 MVP MEDIA CIC Community led social action project to support recovery from COVID19
16/03/2021 £8,990 CHAPEL OF MERCY Community led social action project to support recovery from COVID19
16/03/2021 £8,390 MIDDLE EASTERN WOMEN AND SOCIETY ORGANISATION Community led social action project to support recovery from COVID19
16/03/2021 £1,320 ON THE RECORD CIC To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,500 PHILIPPA FOUND (ARTIST) To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,500 £53,973 PHOSPHOROS THEATRE CIC To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,500 QUILOMBO UK To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,500 SPORT4HEALTH COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,500 £68,490 APSARA ARTS To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,105 BADU COMMUNITY CIC To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,270 CAPORALES CENTRALISTAS SAN MIGUEL LONDON To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,500 THE SHOW CRIB To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,440 £87,381 THE THANET YOUTH & COMMUNITY CENTRE To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,500 THERAPY4HEALING To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,500 WAPPING YOUTH FC To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,500 GROUNDSWELL ARTS To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,500 GROWING HOPE To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,500 HACKNEY COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT TRUST To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,200 JAZANNE ARTS CIC To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,500 JOY OF SOUND To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,500 £115,060 KAYD SOMALI ARTS & CULTURE To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,495 MOVE DANCE FEEL COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
16/03/2021 £1,500 FOTOSYNTHESIS To analyse, present and share community on-traditional/creative insights
06/03/2021 £37,500 SITOPIA FARM CIC Community interest company looking to create a local food growing farm in Greenwich with a range of community activities and events
06/03/2021 £45,000 £232,310 MIGRATEFUL CIO Provide a permanent home for Migrateful, a social enterprise that helps refugees, asylum seekers and migrants to share their traditional cuisines with the public, training them to become professional cookery class teachers as a way to access employment and integration in the UK. New centre will be established in the 3 Corners Centre in Clerkenwell
06/03/2021 £30,000 ACTON ARTS CIC Transformation of the old Library on Acton High Street to accommodate a pop-up cinema housing a single screen viewing area and a bar/café that will have independent traders present
06/03/2021 £18,000 £230,750 CULTIVATE LONDON LTD This project aims to deliver a 2560m2 community garden with hub space looking to run educational and volunteering activities around horticulture. It aims to connect through collaboration a range of community groups to use the space. Through engaging with green spaces, it aims to improve mental health and wellbeing and foster greater social linkages in the area to address the impact of Covid19
06/03/2021 £32,000 MOUNTFORD GROWING COMMUNITY An architectural summer school for local young people (NEETS) to co-design a proposal and enable the construction a self-build community space in the next stage. The space would be used for a variety of community and education activities. A summer school for young people to acquire new skills who face the challenge of being marginalised. Because of the design of the self-build element, the project has a high focus on sustainability and green innovation enabling young people to learn useful skills for their future professional progression
06/03/2021 £18,000 CRYSTAL PALACE PARK TRUST Having recently registered the stage as an Asset of Community Value, The Crystal Palace Park Trust want to reboot the 'Rusty Laptop’- as the concert bowl is affectionately known by locals. The first step, which this campaign addresses, is to resurface the large stage floor area with a durable new timber decking and undertake essential maintenance works in the back-of-house structure
06/03/2021 £12,000 BUD STUDIO The design and execution of 6 mural artworks across Tottenham sites, co-designed with local community and business by a locally based artist studio
23/02/2021 £15,000 HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM VOLUNTEER CENTRE AND VOLUNTEER CENTRE CAMDEN For the delivery of asupport network for mutual aid groups in London
15/02/2021 £14,000 CHARLTON ATHLETIC COMMUNITY TRUST A series of alternative curriculum workshops for Key stage 3-4 vulnerable young people, focusing on problem solving and teamwork and improving emotional wellbeing, resilience and raising aspirations. Football will be used as an engagement tool for participants. An additional module delivered by CACT’s Head of Diversity will focus on social justice and anti-racism, supporting and empowering young people to act collectively.
10/02/2021 £50,000 BADU CIC Small group tuition with sports/physical (football and basketball) activities and mental health and trauma wraparound support for vulnerable young people in primary and secondary schools. Project will provide ‘Tree of Life’ training to participants, enabling young people to talk about their lives in ways that aren’t retraumatising. Young people will learn to facilitate this and support future facilitation.
10/02/2021 £30,690 THE CHANGE FOUNDATION Dance 4 Change uses dance therapy and performance to support marginalised young women (16-25) in Lambeth with mental health disorders, worsened by Covid-19. It helps focus on the body instead of the mind, facilitating improvements in mental and emotional well-being. Project will include dance therapy and mindfulness sessions
08/02/2021 £42,770 RIGHT DEVELOPMENT SPORTS RDF will offer a menu of services and activities to engage young people 6-18 from areas of multiple deprivation whose families have been emotionally and economically affected directly by the pandemic. Running for 24 weeks the programme will run two weekly physical activity sessions (basketball) per area to engage participants. The project will provide participants' with healthy meal at each session to their door in partnership with Kitchen Social. Incorporated within the project will be youth mental health workshops and personal goal setting workshops and support service mapping and signposting. These sessions will also be made available digitally.
08/02/2021 £9,771 TRINITY LABAN CONSERVATOIRE OF MUSIC AND DANCE Funding is for two programmes: 1) Dancing Ahead: a project for CYP (10-16 years) with poor mental health. Research informed, set up originally as part of Headstart national programme, the class focuses on building resilience by providing a positive learning environment through dance; and 2) DanceAbility: a project for CYP with physical and/or learning disabilities (5 – 10 years) and siblings, which provides physical activity, creativity, social interaction, increasing participants' confidence and social skills.
08/02/2021 £18,125 AFC WIMBLEDON FOUNDATION The funding is for delivering an extension of our current summer scheme's at targeted venues in socially deprived estates in Merton. Active Womble programmes will provide a mixture of multi-sports, dance, drama, arts and education provision for referred young children aged 8 – 13
03/02/2021 £114,130 ACTIVATE LEARNING AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,777,224 BARKING & DAGENHAM LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £6,118,615 BARKING AND DAGENHAM COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £13,860,415 BARNET & SOUTHGATE COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £2,111,309 BEXLEY LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £3,240,733 BRENT LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £6,682,226 BROMLEY COLLEGE OF FURTHER AND HIGHER EDUCATION AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,724,755 BROMLEY LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £117,210 BROOKLANDS COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £413,792 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COLLEGE GROUP AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,249,178 CAMDEN LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £2,077,721 CAPEL MANOR COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £584,745 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LONDON AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £3,958,876 CROYDON COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £4,279,511 CROYDON LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £681,697 EALING LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £8,440,736 EALING, HAMMERSMITH & WEST LONDON COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £934,100 EAST SURREY COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £2,295,866 HACKNEY LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £2,968,641 HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,885,272 HARINGEY LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £216,894 HARLOW COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £748,224 HARROW LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,104,416 HAVERING LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £6,941,196 HCUC AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £705,522 HERTFORD REGIONAL COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,676,320 HILLINGDON LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £2,491,083 HOUNSLOW LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,090,362 ISLINGTON LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £224,816 KENT COUNTY COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £9,662,055 LAMBETH COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £2,468,017 LAMBETH LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £3,533,685 LEWISHAM LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £2,283,763 MARY WARD SETTLEMENT AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,465,718 MERTON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £9,784,909 MORLEY COLLEGE LIMITED AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £11,284,404 NCG AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £17,289,352 NEW CITY COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £12,880,336 NEWHAM COLLEGE OF FURTHER EDUCATION AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £3,943,081 NEWHAM LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £138,924 NEWHAM SIXTH FORM COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,649,427 NORTH EAST SURREY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY (NESCOT) AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £218,942 NORTH HERTFORDSHIRE COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £198,506 NORTH KENT COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £160,017 OAKLANDS COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £950,617 ORCHARD HILL COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £2,401,931 REDBRIDGE LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £4,528,228 RICHMOND AND HILLCROFT ADULT AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,250,523 RICHMOND UPON THAMES COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £225,001 RICHMOND UPON THAMES LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,936,756 ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,594,241 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,081,417 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KINGSTON UPON THAMES AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £211,674 RUSKIN COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £196,400 SHREWSBURY COLLEGES GROUP AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £437,982 SOUTH ESSEX COLLEGE OF FURTHER AND HIGHER EDUCATION AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £11,022,987 SOUTH THAMES COLLEGES GROUP AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,537,337 SOUTHWARK LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,507,889 STANMORE COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £109,676 SURREY ADULT LEARNING (SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL) AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £2,063,818 SUTTON LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £596,640 THE BROOKE HOUSE SIXTH FORM COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £7,328,833 THE CITY LITERARY INSTITUTE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £81,715 THE UNIVERSITY OF WEST LONDON AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £429,642 THE WINDSOR FOREST COLLEGES GROUP AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £31,339,628 THE WKCIC GROUP AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £2,541,204 TOWER HAMLETS LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £10,704,598 UNITED COLLEGES GROUP AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £561,921 UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS, LONDON AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £7,304,520 WALTHAM FOREST COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £3,281,415 WALTHAM FOREST LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,593,934 WANDSWORTH LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £182,726 WEST HERTS COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £3,306,023 WEST THAMES COLLEGE AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £6,664,160 WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,316,043 WORKERS' EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £4,659,931 WORKING MEN'S COLLEGE CORPORATION AEB funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 ACTIVATE LEARNING NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 BARKING & DAGENHAM LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £371,460 BARKING AND DAGENHAM COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £490,389 BARNET & SOUTHGATE COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 BEXLEY LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 BRENT LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £490,729 BROMLEY COLLEGE OF FURTHER AND HIGHER EDUCATION NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 BROMLEY LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 BROOKLANDS COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COLLEGE GROUP NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 CAMDEN LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £201,647 CAPEL MANOR COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LONDON NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £419,199 CROYDON COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 CROYDON LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 EALING LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £282,070 EALING, HAMMERSMITH & WEST LONDON COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £71,412 EAST SURREY COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 HACKNEY LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 HARINGEY LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 HARLOW COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 HARROW LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 HAVERING LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £551,035 HCUC NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,393 HERTFORD REGIONAL COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 HILLINGDON LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 HOUNSLOW LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 ISLINGTON LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 KENT COUNTY COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £427,114 LAMBETH COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 LAMBETH LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 LEWISHAM LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 MARY WARD SETTLEMENT NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 MERTON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £305,488 MORLEY COLLEGE LIMITED NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £266,036 NCG NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £598,211 NEW CITY COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £593,777 NEWHAM COLLEGE OF FURTHER EDUCATION NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 NEWHAM LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 NEWHAM SIXTH FORM COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £190,628 NORTH EAST SURREY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY (NESCOT) NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 NORTH HERTFORDSHIRE COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £58,334 NORTH KENT COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 OAKLANDS COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 ORCHARD HILL COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 REDBRIDGE LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £80,274 RICHMOND AND HILLCROFT ADULT AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £124,066 RICHMOND UPON THAMES COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 RICHMOND UPON THAMES LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KINGSTON UPON THAMES NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 RUSKIN COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 SHREWSBURY COLLEGES GROUP NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 SOUTH ESSEX COLLEGE OF FURTHER AND HIGHER EDUCATION NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £723,035 SOUTH THAMES COLLEGES GROUP NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 SOUTHWARK LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £146,701 STANMORE COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 SURREY ADULT LEARNING (SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL) NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 SUTTON LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £61,526 THE BROOKE HOUSE SIXTH FORM COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £126,326 THE CITY LITERARY INSTITUTE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 THE UNIVERSITY OF WEST LONDON NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 THE WINDSOR FOREST COLLEGES GROUP NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £1,322,039 THE WKCIC GROUP NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 TOWER HAMLETS LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £634,287 UNITED COLLEGES GROUP NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS, LONDON NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £510,916 WALTHAM FOREST COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 WALTHAM FOREST LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 WANDSWORTH LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 WEST HERTS COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £262,111 WEST THAMES COLLEGE NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £66,350 WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 WORKERS' EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £50,000 WORKING MEN'S COLLEGE CORPORATION NSF funded education and training
03/02/2021 £9,640 ALL STARS YOUTH CLUB LIMITED This project will deliver boxing and fitness activities and 1-2-1 mentoring sessions to disadvantaged young people (aged 10 to 21), primarily from Black and Asian Minority Ethnic background at risk or directly involved in youth violence and crime.
03/01/2021 £37,000 FRENFORD CLUBS To act as the Lead partner on the My London: Enabling Youth Social Action Programme in the in the Barking and Dagenham and Redbridge partnership area
03/01/2021 £37,000 LEWISHAM YOUTH THEATRE To act as the Lead partner on the My London: Enabling Youth Social Action Programme in the in the Greenwich and Lewisham partnership area
03/01/2021 £37,000 EALING AND HOUNSLOW CVS To act as the Lead partner on the My London: Enabling Youth Social Action Programme in the in the Ealing and Hillingdon partnership area
01/12/2020 £36,700 £536,660 CORAM’S FIELDS AND THE HARMSWORTH MEMORIAL PLAYGROUND Greener Futures
01/12/2020 £20,000 £808,553 GLOBAL GENERATION Patchwork Gardening
01/12/2020 £16,200 £1,274,082 CASTLEHAVEN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Operation Bedspread
01/12/2020 £23,125 £1,150,237 BUILDING BRIDGES CAREERS SERVICES Northolts's Breathing Spaces
01/12/2020 £10,753 £3,691,416 LONDON WILDLIFE TRUST From Grey to Green at CSNP
01/12/2020 £10,000 £159,287 PURSUING INDEPENDENT PATHS (PIP) PiPs and seeds
01/12/2020 £6,836 £385,684 CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF LOURDES & ST VINCENT DE PAUL Landscaping & planting front courtyard
01/12/2020 £10,100 £15,600 LONDON BOROUGH OF CROYDON South Norwood Goes Wild for All
01/12/2020 £29,370 £271,417 OCTOPUS COMMUNITY NETWORK Rooftop Kitchen Garden & Living Leaning Greenspaces
01/12/2020 £35,000 £66,124 ROYAL BOROUGH OF KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA Swinbrook Estate Greening Project
01/12/2020 £40,000 £187,734 INCREDIBLE EDIBLE LAMBETH Grow Back Greener Estates
01/12/2020 £30,053 £84,381 NATURE VIBEZZZ Grow Back Greener with Nature Vibezzz
01/12/2020 £20,000 £129,574 THE FROGLIFE TRUST Lambeth Loves Nature
01/12/2020 £20,000 £1,620,462 POLKA CHILDREN'S THEATRE Polka Community Garden
01/12/2020 £40,000 £41,601 THE ROYAL DOCKS LEARNING & ACTIVITY CENTRE Royal Docks Grass Routes
01/12/2020 £5,132 £250,441 TRANSITION TOWN ILFORD Valentines Park Forest Garden
01/12/2020 £8,208 ACTION FOR REFUGEES IN LEWISHAM (AFRIL) Allotment of Refuge
01/12/2020 £20,000 £354,091 THE EXCHANGE ERITH The Greenhouse and The Grow-ver
01/12/2020 £15,295 £400,314 SOUTH LONDON BOTANICAL INSTITUTE Pavement Plants for People
01/12/2020 £15,144 £781,656 LONDON BOROUGH OF LAMBETH Sunnyhill Nature Garden
01/12/2020 £15,000 THE ALBANY Rewilding the Albany Garden
01/12/2020 £14,000 £153,594 HORNIMAN MUSEUM AND GARDENS Enhancing SE23
01/12/2020 £12,500 £400,314 THE NEW CROSS GATE TRUST Nurturing nature in New Cross
01/12/2020 £15,050 £2,980,581 BETHNAL GREEN NATURE RESERVE TRUST Bethnal Green Wetlands Rescue
01/12/2020 £22,058 £621,279 CREATIVE CITY LIMITED Herbert Road Green Oasis
01/12/2020 £19,096 £918,045 CORE ARTS The Wardle Street Project
01/12/2020 £9,268 £159,287 ST MARY'S SECRET GARDEN Haggerston's Singing Hedgerow
01/12/2020 £40,000 £413,314 LONDON BOROUGH OF HARINGEY CookBook Edible Library
01/12/2020 £25,000 £413,314 LONDON BOROUGH OF HARINGEY Gladstone Parklet
01/12/2020 £14,200 COMPANY DRINKS Green Health in Our Hands
01/12/2020 £16,419 BARNET ENVIRONMENT SUPPORT TEAM Grahame Park Community Gardening
01/12/2020 £7,602 HACKNEY HERBAL Hackney Wick Greening
01/12/2020 £40,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HOUNSLOW Creation of Northcote Local Nature Reserve
01/12/2020 £37,300 ORGANICLEA COMMUNITY GROWERS Green Up Priory, Let's Grow!
27/11/2020 £10,000 £60,693 WORK RIGHTS CENTRE European outreach work
27/11/2020 £10,000 £1,185,475 AIRE CENTRE European outreach work
27/11/2020 £10,000 £488,821 RIGHTS OF WOMEN European outreach work
27/11/2020 £10,000 POMOC European outreach work
27/11/2020 £10,000 NEW EUROPEANS UK European outreach work
27/11/2020 £10,000 £452,347 HARROW LAW CENTRE European outreach work
27/11/2020 £7,750 £101,396 SETTLED European outreach work
19/11/2020 £4,660 TRUE YOU TODAY Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
19/11/2020 £3,225 ILLUMINATE FREEDOM Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
19/11/2020 £6,500 THE CAXTON YOUTH ORGANISATION Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £6,696 ADVICE SUPPORT KNOWLEDGE INFORMATION Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £8,646 CAPITAL KIDS CRICKET Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £9,774 NNE AGWU CONSTITUTION Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £4,900 DOST CENTRE FOR YOUNG REFUGEES AND MIGRANTS Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £4,068 MUSHIN SCHOOL OF MARTIAL ARTS Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £9,930 CYCLETASTIC Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £3,393 CAMDEN SHORINJI KEMPO Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £6,808 ANGEL SHED THEATRE COMPANY Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £2,500 SAXON CROWN SWIMMING CLUB Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £9,478 URBAN STUDIO SESSIONS Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £9,160 AMITY EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £9,976 COMMUNITY NETWORK GROUP CIC Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £4,530 THE BLAIR ACADEMY Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £10,000 THE YOGA FOR LIFE PROJECT CIC Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £4,111 WILLOW LEARNING FOR LIFE LTD Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £8,584 EMPOWERING DEAF SOCIETY Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £10,000 MBILLA ARTS CIC Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £4,650 SLIDE DANCE LTD Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £5,600 THE BLOCK WORKOUT FOUNDATION Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £5,508 PD KINETICS CIC Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £4,950 SOLIDARITY SPORTS Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £4,800 TOWER HAMLETS YOUTH SPORT FOUNDATION (PLATFORM CRICKET) Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £10,000 PASCAL THEATRE COMPANY Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £6,070 COMMUNITIES FIRST CHARITABLE FOUNDATION Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £9,960 VISCERAL CREATIVE Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £8,922 LEADERS IN COMMUNITY Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £9,072 CROYSUTTWARRIORS GOALBALL CLUB Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £5,000 WHEELY TOTS Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £6,000 SOUTH LONDON TOPCATS CIC Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £9,398 NENE TEREZA Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £5,000 RECONNECTION ALSO KNOWN BY EAST AFRICAN DIASPORA COMMUNITY NETWORK (EDCN) Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £9,240 GIVE IT YOUR MAX Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
01/11/2020 £4,825 EAST ONE YOUTH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding which supports sport and physical activity projects tackling increased levels of social isolation and loneliness as a consequence of COVID-19.
21/10/2020 £9,552 THE PARENT HOUSE Connecting Communities
01/10/2020 £141,123 YOUNG ROOTS London Together grant joint funded by GLA and Comic Relief. Grant to support sport and advice hub which integrates sporting and youth activities with access to in-depth one-on-on casework support, and expert legal and therapeutic support.
01/10/2020 £113,625 XLP London Together grant joint funded by GLA and Comic Relief. This grant will help children and young people (CYP) in the 9 most impoverished inner-city boroughs of London. CYP who live in these neighbourhoods face the symptoms of structural poverty including low educational outcomes, poor physical/mental health, and the risk of falling victim to or getting recruited by criminal gangs both outside and within their communities.
01/10/2020 £106,142 SOCIAL ACTION FOR HEALTH London Together grant joint funded by GLA and Comic Relief. This grant helps to increase uptake of physical activity in marginalised and underserved groups. My Moves develops culturally-accessible low impact exercise (dance) with people from Black Asian and Minority Ethnic communities. By combining traditional dances with ESOL lessons, and then the opportunity to get together through food, they aim to increase social integration, foster a sense of community and provide accessible exercise for communities excluded from (culturally inappropriate/ inaccessible) mainstream sport services.
01/10/2020 £103,000 FIGHT4CHANGE London Together grant joint funded by GLA and Comic Relief. This grant will support Londoners aged approx. 18-35 to overcome mental health challenges that are affecting their ability to socially integrate.
01/10/2020 £93,582 ENGLISH FOR ACTION London Together grant joint funded by GLA and Comic Relief. The grant will support programme combining language learning with sport/physical activity sessions and support adult migrants and refugees to feel part of the London communities they live in.
01/10/2020 £83,025 AFGHANISTAN AND CENTRAL ASIAN ASSOCIATION (ACAA) London Together grant joint funded by GLA and Comic Relief. This project will create a safe space for Muslim refugee girls, 11-16, often excluded from mainstream sport, to play football. The project will develop key life skills and improve health and wellbeing. Additionally, the project aims to strengthen connections and links to other communities in Hounslow and Ealing and challenge stereotypes and under-representation of Muslim girls in community sport.
01/10/2020 £68,400 ACTIVE COMMUNITIES NETWORK London Together grant joint funded by GLA and Comic Relief. This project will work in four areas of Southwark, taking in estates that all lack cohesion. Active Communities Network will work alongside Millwall Community Trust; each will deliver a programme of open access sports-sessions for community members to increase trust and co-operation between residents. Alongside this will be work with leaders from ten grassroots sporting groups, to build their integration.
01/10/2020 £41,219 THE BIKE PROJECT London Together grant joint funded by GLA and Comic Relief. This grant funds Pedal Power, which supports female refugees to develop cycling skills in London. Through cycling lessons and having a recycled bicycle, refugee women will increase their social mobility and thus their ability to access services, explore their local community, whilst improving their mental and physical health.
01/10/2020 £42,995 ABBEY COMMUNITY CENTRE London Together grant joint funded by GLA and Comic Relief. This grant funds the Fitness for Friendship programme supporting older Londoners who are isolated, lonely and disconnected from community life. People aged 60+ living near the community centre located in Kilburn. Through the project’s ongoing targeted and tailored sports/physical activities programme and 1:1 support, participants will develop friendships, community belonging, confidence, better access to other care, and will improve their physical and mental health.
01/10/2020 £9,690 LEWISHAM WRESTLING CLUB COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £10,000 CHINGFORD CRICKET CLUB COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £10,000 ACHEINU LIMITED T/A THE BOYS CLUBHOUSE COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £10,000 VOICE OF THE SOMALI COMMUNITY LTD COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £20,854 QPR IN THE COMMUNITY TRUST COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £40,000 OCEAN YOUTH CONNEXIONS COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £10,000 D'EYNSFORD TENANT MANAGEMENT ORGANISATION CIC COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £10,000 REACHING HIGHER COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £10,000 AFC WEMBLEY COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £48,955 SKYWAY CHARITY COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £30,400 LONDON BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £6,903 LERATO COMMUNITY INITIATIVE C.I.C COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £48,500 ACTIVE COMMUNITIES NETWORK COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £5,393 MINDFUL PEAK PERFORMANCE CIC COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £49,200 PEACE BALLERS CIC COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £7,817 FUTURE STARS COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £9,020 THE ANGEL HANDS FOUNDATION COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £9,975 PERFORMANCE PLUS SPORT UK COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £8,509 HR SPORTS ACADEMY CIC COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £34,520 NEWHAM ALL STAR SPORTS ACADEMY COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £9,970 THE JASON ROBERTS FOUNDATION COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
01/10/2020 £9,984 ACTION YOUTH BOXING INTERVENTION COVID-19 London Community Response Grant, Wave 3
07/09/2020 £14,000 STREATHAM COMMON CO-OPERATIVE The project aims to protect a woodland habitat for future generations. A new trail pathway will reduce erosion, designate protected areas, and increase accessibility to promote local uses. Measures including new insect hotels will encourage more within the area. The activity programme aims to build skills, knowledge, and a sense of belonging in the local community
22/07/2020 £20,000 BRITISH BANGLADESHI FASHION COUNCIL British Bangladeshi Fashion Council working with a range of relevant partners to create a new Fashion and Creative hub in the heart of a residential community. The project aims to support more diverse parts of the community to engage with the wider East London Fashion District initiatives
05/07/2020 £25,000 WOOD STREET WALLS A collaboration between local arts collective and a renowned artist to create a street mural to celebrate the high street through a distinctive design developed alongside local resients and businesses
25/06/2020 £40,000 £200,079 APPLECART ARTS Feasibility and business planning ahead of the potential wholesale renovation of a run down community centre in the diverse Upton Park area. The project aims to create a new, valued space open to the whole community as a place to come together, share culture, promote social cohesion and support emerging creative talent
18/06/2020 £50,000 SPACE MAN LIMITED The expansion of the UK's first social enterprise cinema. Volunteer-run, the cinema is a wider piece of social infrastructure supporting social integration through a varying programme and open approach. This project will expand the hub and add an additional screen double the community programme and ensure more sustainable revenues.
15/06/2020 £25,000 £155,203 STREETS OF GROWTH A space for at-risk young people to develop confidence and social skills through music and creative arts in a refurbished space to call their own.
15/06/2020 £20,000 SURREY DOCKS FARM PROVIDENT SOCIETY LTD Supporting the restoration of a unique community space run by 40 young farmers aged 8-13. They spend weekends looking after animals, growing and cooking food and conserving a wildlife habitat, right in the heart of London
15/06/2020 £12,000 KINGS CRESCENT TENANTS AND RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION A modest TRA-led project to turn a disused ground floor commercial unit into a community space and associated events programme. This will unlock the potential of the new play-street in front with facilities to host events that bring all residents together
15/06/2020 £12,500 CAFé VAN GOGH (RAW INGREDIENTS CIC) A not-for-profit vegan café committed to providing opportunities for people with learning disabilities through prominent front of house training and employment. An underused lower ground area will be refurbished to a standard that supports the training aspirations whilst expanding capacity
15/06/2020 £25,000 ARTMONGERS ACTION A mural making skill-sharing initiative in Lewisham, teaching young people the processes and artistic skills to have a positive social impact through colourful and though-provoking public art. Works would be placed in neglected public spaces and offer opportunities to develop future local artists.
15/06/2020 £15,000 THE FRIENDS OF STREATHAM HILL THEATRE Community-led Viability Study to consider the future of the 'at risk,' Grade II listed, 2,800 capacity, former Streatham Hill Theatre on Streatham's high street.
31/05/2020 £15,000 £72,762 LIVING WAY MINISTRIES Transforming a disused off-license shop unit into a lively arts and cultural training and trading space. The project aims to attract businesses and footfall to an under-used shopping centre-cum-housing estate, whilst connecting people with each other and new opportunities
30/05/2020 £25,000 £170,947 STREETS OF GROWTH Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 7
30/05/2020 £50,000 LEXI CINEMA / SPACE MAN LTD Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 7
30/05/2020 £20,000 SURREY DOCKS FARM Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 7
30/05/2020 £14,000 STREATHAM COMMON COMMUNITY OPERATIONS LIMITED Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 7
30/05/2020 £12,000 KINGS CRESCENT TRA Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 7
30/05/2020 £50,000 ROMAN ROAD TRUST Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 7
30/05/2020 £12,500 RAW INGREDIENTS CIC Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 7
30/05/2020 £15,000 £72,762 LIVING WAY MINISTRIES Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 7
30/05/2020 £25,000 WOOD STREET WALLS Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 7
30/05/2020 £40,000 £200,079 APPLECART ARTS Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 7
30/05/2020 £25,000 ARTMONGERS Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 7
30/05/2020 £15,000 FRIENDS OF STREATHAM HILL THEATRE Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 7
30/05/2020 £20,000 BRITISH BANGLADESHI FASHION COUNCIL Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 7
01/04/2020 £4,300 CAPOYOGA UK Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding. Projects aim to use sport and physcial activity to bring Londoners from different backgrounds together and/or address lonelisee and social isolation.
01/04/2020 £4,800 CASUAL BALLERZ CIC Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding. Projects aim to use sport and physcial activity to bring Londoners from different backgrounds together and/or address lonelisee and social isolation.
01/04/2020 £4,130 HODAN SOMALI COMMUNITY Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding. Projects aim to use sport and physcial activity to bring Londoners from different backgrounds together and/or address lonelisee and social isolation.
01/04/2020 £4,890 CENTRE FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding. Projects aim to use sport and physcial activity to bring Londoners from different backgrounds together and/or address lonelisee and social isolation.
01/04/2020 £3,189 SOUTH LONDON RENEGADES Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding. Projects aim to use sport and physcial activity to bring Londoners from different backgrounds together and/or address lonelisee and social isolation.
01/04/2020 £4,320 TRUEFITT COLLECTIVE DANCE THEATRE Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding. Projects aim to use sport and physcial activity to bring Londoners from different backgrounds together and/or address lonelisee and social isolation.
01/04/2020 £3,020 DANCING TAO Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding. Projects aim to use sport and physcial activity to bring Londoners from different backgrounds together and/or address lonelisee and social isolation.
01/04/2020 £5,000 PARA DANCE UK Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding. Projects aim to use sport and physcial activity to bring Londoners from different backgrounds together and/or address lonelisee and social isolation.
01/04/2020 £4,000 SPORTS AND LIFE SKILLS Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding. Projects aim to use sport and physcial activity to bring Londoners from different backgrounds together and/or address lonelisee and social isolation.
01/04/2020 £4,924 COMMUNITY CRICKET Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding. Projects aim to use sport and physcial activity to bring Londoners from different backgrounds together and/or address lonelisee and social isolation.
01/04/2020 £5,000 ANATOLIAN MUSLIMS SOCIETY Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding. Projects aim to use sport and physcial activity to bring Londoners from different backgrounds together and/or address lonelisee and social isolation.
01/04/2020 £3,300 TELL IT PARENTS NETWORK Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding. Projects aim to use sport and physcial activity to bring Londoners from different backgrounds together and/or address lonelisee and social isolation.
01/04/2020 £3,288 PREMIER FOUNDATION Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding. Projects aim to use sport and physcial activity to bring Londoners from different backgrounds together and/or address lonelisee and social isolation.
01/04/2020 £18,029 XENIA ESOL plus Arts
01/04/2020 £30,000 CITY LITERARY INSTITUTE ESOL plus Arts
01/04/2020 £24,660 GROUNDWORK ESOL plus Arts
01/04/2020 £28,224 LEARNING UNLIMITED ESOL plus Arts
20/03/2020 £4,976 DODDINGTON WEST RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION Citizenship Project
20/03/2020 £3,440 ARTBASH & BE This Is Me
09/03/2020 £748,000 LB ENFIELD Woodland creation
07/03/2020 £50,000 ROMAN ROAD TRUST Transforming a temporary community structure on Roman Road into a new community learning and cultural space in partnership with local institutions. The project will provide an open, accessible, and flexible space to support a variety of local uses and engagement opportunities
06/03/2020 £25,000 NEWHAM COUNCIL Newham Heritage Month
05/03/2020 £5,000 FILMANTHROPY CIC Pop Up: Museum
01/03/2020 £10,928 THE AVENUES YOUTH PROJECT "Teen Spirit 2020 Building on the learning from their year 1 YLI funded project, young people aged 16-19 will be trained as peer mentors and matched with vulnerable younger peers whilst receiving support from youth workers and earning an ASDAN qualification. The programme has evolved to include a series of learning clinics to prepare the volunteers for the challenging issues that may arise."
01/03/2020 £15,000 BLACK TRAINING AND ENTERPRISE GROUP "Game Changer 15 young people per borough will take part in a 12 week programme to create an interactive game which raises awareness about the impacts of knife crime. Young people will go through the process of creating, developing, testing and marketing of the game. The game will then be distributed to other youth groups. "
01/03/2020 £15,000 WRITERZ AND SCRIBEZ CIC "Snapshot Stories Project helping vulnerable young people aged 15-20 create social change through art. Supporting 3 cohorts of 8 to go through a structured programme of art and resilience workshops, volunteering sessions and art for social change workshop. Culminating in arts awards and a celebration event. "
01/03/2020 £14,925 AFGHANISTAN AND CENTRAL ASIAN ASSOCIATION "Afghan and Central Asian cultural Festival 2020 A project engaging Afghan and central Asian young people in the planning, organising, delivery and evaluation of a summer festival showcasing the recently arrived community in the area."
01/03/2020 £15,000 YES OUTDOORS "Pathway Project Supporting 12 young people, aged 11-17, through a 3 phase project involving bicycle maintenance training, a social action challenge and an outward bound trip. 6 adult volunteers will be matched with 2 young people, over 8 weeks they will learn bicycle maintenance, then decide to donate or sell the bikes with the profit going to charity. The adult volunteers will also support them to decide their volunteer placement / social action challenge."
01/03/2020 £12,487 MPV WORKSHOPS "Social Media Careers Project supporting 20 young people, broken down into 3 cohorts depending on age, to learn digital marketing skills and 'the professional side of social media'. Young people will then volunteer at partner organisation Project Zero, an anti knife crime organisation, leading their social media campaign."
01/03/2020 £14,885 MAGPIE DANCE "Magpie Volunteer Project introducing a volunteering strand to their weekly dance sessions for young people with learning disabilities. 20 young people will have opportunities to create accessible communications materials, assist with costume design an planning and delivery of projects. Young people will also visit external organisations and perform audits on how disability friendly the venue is an provide recommendations. "
01/03/2020 £372,000 GROUNDWORK LONDON Head 2Work ESF-GLA 2014-19 programme. Supports NEET young people aged 18-24 to gain sustained employment through social action, employabilty training and mentoring.
20/02/2020 £3,225 AUTUMN GLORIES THEATRICALS Autumn Glories Theatricals
20/02/2020 £4,900 BIZZIE BODIES CIC My Art Beats In London #Rotherhithe
12/02/2020 £30,000 £2,035,295 DISCOVER CHILDREN'S STORY CENTRE Newham Word Festival
11/02/2020 £1,350,000 LEWISHAM COUNCIL To deliver the 2022 London Borough of Culture programme
11/02/2020 £1,350,000 CROYDON COUNCIL To deliver the 2023 London Borough of Culture programme
07/02/2020 £6,300 LONDON LEGACY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION Contribution to Chobham Manor Post Occupancy Survey
06/02/2020 £4,034 PHOTOJOURNALISM HUB Youth Zine West
05/02/2020 £9,000 £126,141 PARKS FOR LONDON Contribution to Integrated Weed Management guidance
01/02/2020 £134,705 LONDON YOUTH Workforce
01/02/2020 £182,990 SPORTED Workforce
29/01/2020 £5,001 £1,911,963 CAMBRIDGE HOUSE The Cambridge House Community Garden
29/01/2020 £7,266 £8,506,000 THE CONSERVATION VOLUNTEERS Wild in the Woods
29/01/2020 £27,978 £346,980 HIGHBURY VALE BLACKSTOCK TRUST Greening Highbury Quadrant Estate
29/01/2020 £20,100 £390,297 THE ORCHARD PROJECT Fruitful Feltham
29/01/2020 £18,370 £71,068,000 ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON Community Engagement in the River Brent
29/01/2020 £40,000 £3,691,416 LONDON WILDLIFE TRUST Greening the Regent’s Canal
29/01/2020 £30,000 £1,263,083 THAMES21 Connecting Greener Riverside Communities
29/01/2020 £25,000 £1,263,083 THAMES21 Thamesmead Canal Habitat Enhancement
29/01/2020 £40,000 £877,340 FROGLIFE London Tails of Amphibian Discovery (T.O.A.D)
29/01/2020 £18,523 FOULDS SCHOOL The EN5 Community Eco-Zone
29/01/2020 £30,000 VALLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL PTA Greening Our Valley
29/01/2020 £15,000 MINSTER NURSERY AND INFANT SCHOOL Nature Nurture
29/01/2020 £11,000 FRIENDS OF FOXLEY Foxley Wood
29/01/2020 £8,596 SOCCO CHETA COMMUNITY HUB Socco Cheta Community Garden
29/01/2020 £40,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF ENFIELD Moore Brook Green Link Phase 2
29/01/2020 £19,987 METRO CHARITY Nature Works
29/01/2020 £40,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HACKNEY Connecting Green Spaces - Daubeney Fields
29/01/2020 £20,000 ST DOMINIC'S CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL Greener City Fund Project
29/01/2020 £15,000 CANAL AND COMMERCIAL RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION Regent's Canal Living Waterway Project
29/01/2020 £27,800 ORGANICLEA COMMUNITY GROWERS Growing Tottenham Green
29/01/2020 £20,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HARINGEY The Lindales and Cooperage Close Minor SuDS Project
29/01/2020 £10,000 LANCASTERIAN PRIMARY SCHOOL Green Oasis for Tottenham Schools
29/01/2020 £8,000 FRIENDS OF HARMONY GARDEN Broadwater Farm Community Garden Project
29/01/2020 £5,250 TIVERTON PRIMARY SCHOOL LONDON Green Fingers, Greener Community
29/01/2020 £40,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HILLINGDON Newt Waterways
29/01/2020 £29,990 LONDON BOROUGH OF HILLINGDON Pinkwell Neighbourhood Greening
29/01/2020 £20,000 ROYAL BROMPTON & HAREFIELD HOSPITALS CHARITY Harefield Peace Gardens
29/01/2020 £40,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF HOUNSLOW Boston Manor Park, River Resilience and Stewardship
29/01/2020 £34,000 ISLINGTON PLAY ASSOCIATION Cultivating Cally – A Community Gardening Project
29/01/2020 £15,755 FREIGHTLINERS CITY FARM The Natural Workshop
29/01/2020 £5,018 ELIZABETH GARRETT ANDERSON SCHOOL Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Community Garden Project
29/01/2020 £36,728 LOUGHBOROUGH JUNCTION ACTION GROUP Loughborough Junction Green Link
29/01/2020 £24,945 LONDON BOROUGH OF LAMBETH Rush Common Woodland Walk
29/01/2020 £11,693 LONDON BOROUGH OF LAMBETH Elam's Adventure Nature Area
29/01/2020 £40,000 £1,027,444 BANKSIDE OPEN SPACES TRUST Building a Green Hub for SE1
29/01/2020 £13,500 FRIENDS OF TORRIDON PTA Torridon Wildlife Corridor
29/01/2020 £5,500 LEWISHAM HOMES Haseley End and Talmage Close Greening Project
29/01/2020 £5,000 LEWISHAM HOMES The Telegraph Hill Community Orchard Project
29/01/2020 £28,700 FOREST GATE COMMUNITY GARDEN Green Forest Gate
29/01/2020 £10,270 CALVERTON PRIMARY SCHOOL Rewilding Calverton School
29/01/2020 £9,375 GREEN HANDS NEWHAM May Wynne Community Garden
29/01/2020 £40,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF SOUTHWARK Cossall Park Master Plan Phase One
29/01/2020 £30,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF SOUTHWARK Cameron House – Swales and Raingarden SuDS Scheme
29/01/2020 £20,000 LONDON BOROUGH OF SOUTHWARK Mawbey House SuDS Eco-Swale
29/01/2020 £19,990 LEATHERMARKET JMB Kipling Rooftop Garden
29/01/2020 £6,564 FRIENDS OF BURGESS PARK Project Duckling
29/01/2020 £35,000 MUDCHUTE ASSOCIATION Mudchute Nature Play Space
29/01/2020 £30,000 LOWER REGENTS COALITION Greening the Regents - Building a Green Network
29/01/2020 £20,000 STEPNEY CITY FARM King John's Moat - Wildlife Pond
29/01/2020 £20,000 ST JAMES BIG LOCAL St James Street Greening Champions
29/01/2020 £9,886 ORGANICLEA COMMUNITY GROWERS Buzz in the Forest
29/01/2020 £5,000 FRIENDS OF HIGHAM HILL PARK Higham Hill Park Wildflower Pollinator Corridor
29/01/2020 £10,814 FRIENDS OF RAVENSTONE The Green Gardens of Ravenstone
29/01/2020 £6,130 PATMORE CO-OPERATIVE LTD Patmore Forest Garden
24/01/2020 £420,000 £6,005,519 LONDON YOUTH Delivery HeadStart Action. YLF scale up round 2 grant. Supports YP at risk of becoming NEET to engage in social action, gain employability skills and complete work experience or gain employment.
23/01/2020 £5,000 EVERY PERSON IS CAPABLE EPIC Jam
23/01/2020 £3,480 BEXLEY NEPALESE COMMUNITY Bringing community together with Dance
23/01/2020 £5,000 ATS CREATIVE ACADEMY CIC ATS Creative Art Exhibition
09/01/2020 £3,500 BRENTFORD LOCAL ADVISORY GROUP (LAG) Written word, spoken lyric.
09/01/2020 £4,421 £21,938 KANLUNGAN FILIPINO CONSORTIUM Better Living Through Creative Writing (BLTCW)
04/01/2020 £3,288 PREMIER FOUNDATION Recipient of Stronger Communities grant funding. Projects aim to use sport and physcial activity to bring Londoners from different backgrounds together and/or address lonelisee and social isolation.
01/01/2020 £270,000 £350,135 CATALYST IN COMMUNITIES Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,850 £1,275,000 15BILLIONEBP Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £148,104 £1,134,242 ACTION WEST LONDON Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £150,000 £559,958 BARNET REFUGEE SERVICE Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £150,000 £691,436 BAYTREE CENTRE Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £150,000 BELONG: MAKING JUSTICE HAPPEN Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £102,078 £145,676 BEXLEY MOORINGS PROJECT Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £148,298 £1,641,318 BODY & SOUL Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,779 £3,837,000 BROMLEY BY BOW CENTRE Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,773 £1,136,093 BUSINESS LAUNCHPAD Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £141,000 £3,119,000 CARDINAL HUME CENTRE Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £124,277 £3,716,407 CARERS FIRST Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £99,287 £536,660 CARERS SUPPORT MERTON Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,910 £3,594,150 CHICKENSHED Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £72,846 £283,465 CIRCLE COLLECTIVE Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £116,127 £1,201,903 CROYDON YOUTH ZONE, LEGACY Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £150,000 £128,859 DAMILOLA TAYLOR TRUST Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £150,000 £555,286 EAST LONDON DANCE Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,450 £501,436 ECPAT UK Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,463 £35,810,000 FAMILY ACTION Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £148,725 £3,052,838 FIGHT FOR PEACE INTERNATIONAL Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £114,225 £1,246,841 FOOTBALL BEYOND BORDERS Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,830 £1,080,314 FRENFORD CLUBS Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,677 £553,778 HMDT MUSIC Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £147,900 £297,581 HOUNSLOW YOUTH COUNSELLING SERVICE Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £143,545 £738,892 IHEART Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,897 £311,644 IMMEDIATE THEATRE Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,946 £1,308,239 INSTITUTE OF IMAGINATION Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £148,637 £2,743,856 LIFELINE COMMUNITY PROJECTS Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,622 £1,126,898 MILLWALL COMMUNITY TRUST Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £142,497 £491,085 MINISTRY OF STORIES Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,465 £209,307 MUMSAID Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £144,375 £200,479 NEWARK YOUTH LONDON Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £134,920 £256,703 NEWHAM ALL STAR SPORTS ACADEMY (NASSA) Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £144,000 £977,490 NEWHAM MUSIC Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £150,000 £753,608 OSMANI TRUST Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £99,210 £196,256 OUR TIME Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £150,000 £245,502 OXYGEN Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £109,734 £29,162,900 PEOPLE POTENTIAL POSSIBILITIES, OPERATING AS P3, DELIVERED BY LONDON DIVISION RUGBY PORTOBELLO TRUST Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,827 £1,876,836 RATHBONE Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £148,792 £18,102,554 REFUGE Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £130,798 £2,449,690 RESOURCES FOR AUTISM Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,577 £3,226,958 RICH MIX CULTURAL FOUNDATION Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £150,000 £206,652 ROSETTA ARTS Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £98,496 £324,135 SHADWELL BASIN OUTDOOR ACTIVITY CENTRE (ALSO KNOWN AS ELMV SHADWELL BASIN PROJECT) Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £135,000 £217,533,000 SHAW TRUST Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,994 £2,406,816 SHOREDITCH TRUST Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £148,725 £83,600 STREETZ AHEAD Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £150,000 £332,683 STRENGTH IN HORSES Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £142,770 £3,638,659 THE ALBANY Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,845 £487,824 THE AVENUES YOUTH PROJECT Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £147,114 £560,610 THE BIG HOUSE THEATRE COMPANY Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £104,017 £113,695 THE FILM AND VIDEO WORKSHOP Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £150,000 £20,558,000 THE FORWARD TRUST Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £96,000 £187,351 THE LONDON BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,583 £612,766 THEATRE PECKHAM Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £147,989 £427,626 VOLUNTEER CENTRE SUTTON Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,766 £4,106,472 WEST LONDON ZONE Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £132,563 £7,471,180 YMCA WEST LONDON Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £106,050 £134,356 YOU AND ME COUNSELLING Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £1,215,000 CROYDON COUNCIL (ON BEHALF OF CROYDON STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP) Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £553,681 CRYSTAL PALACE COMMUNITY TRUST Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £1,326,588 ENFIELD COUNCIL Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £1,002,228 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARKING AND DAGENHAM Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,865 ABIANDA Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,917 DWAYNE SIMPSON FOUNDATION CIC DWAYNAMICS PROJECT Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £150,000 HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM ADULT LEARNING & SKILLS SERVICE Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £150,000 PSEV LTD Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,403 RISE MUTUAL CIC Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £149,166 SILS: SOUTHWARK INCLUSIVE LEARNING SERVICE Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £150,000 THE 4FRONT PROJECT Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £144,000 VOLUNTEER IT YOURSELF CIC Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/01/2020 £146,950 YOUTH FIRST Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
17/12/2019 £372,000 RINOVA LTD Head 2Work ESF-GLA 2014-19 programme. Supports NEET young people aged 18-24 to gain sustained employment through social action, employabilty training and mentoring.
10/12/2019 £5,000 £398,172 LATIN AMERICAN HOUSE European Outreach Grant
10/12/2019 £5,000 £1,572,829 ISLINGTON LAW CENTRE European Outreach Grant
10/12/2019 £5,000 £535,842 EAST EUROPEAN RESOURCE CENTRE European Outreach Grant
10/12/2019 £5,000 £101,396 SETTLED European Outreach Grant
10/12/2019 £5,000 £3,193,924 CORAM CHILDREN'S LEGAL CENTRE LIMITED European Outreach Grant
10/12/2019 £4,977 £86,119 SKILLS ENTERPRISE LIMITED European Outreach Grant
10/12/2019 £5,000 £82,452 COUNCIL OF SOMALI ORGANISATIONS European Outreach Grant
10/12/2019 £4,947 £294,273 REFUGEE AND MIGRANT FORUM OF ESSEX AND LONDON (RAMFEL) European Outreach Grant
10/12/2019 £5,000 £2,198,611 EAST END CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAUX European Outreach Grant
10/12/2019 £5,000 £599,231 MIGRANTS ORGANISE European Outreach Grant
10/12/2019 £5,000 £1,185,475 THE AIRE CENTRE European Outreach Grant
10/12/2019 £4,970 £60,693 WORK RIGHTS CENTRE European Outreach Grant
02/12/2019 £10,000 £125,315 OUTSIDE EDGE THEATRE COMPANY Small Grants Programme 2019/20
02/12/2019 £10,000 £321,044 LEARN ENGLISH AT HOME Small Grants Programme 2019/20
02/12/2019 £10,000 £210,762 LEADERS IN COMMUNITY Small Grants Programme 2019/20
02/12/2019 £10,000 £315,758 ENTELECHY ARTS Small Grants Programme 2019/20
02/12/2019 £9,552 £232,366 THE PARENT HOUSE Small Grants Programme 2019/20
02/12/2019 £7,151 £71,706 CLUB SODA Small Grants Programme 2019/20
02/12/2019 £9,874 £108,019 HAVERING VOLUNTEER CENTRE Small Grants Programme 2019/20
02/12/2019 £10,000 HACKNEY HERBAL Small Grants Programme 2019/20
02/12/2019 £10,000 RIIVE Small Grants Programme 2019/20
02/12/2019 £8,500 A MILE IN HER SHOES Small Grants Programme 2019/20
02/12/2019 £10,000 SPORT 4 HEALTH CIC Small Grants Programme 2019/20
02/12/2019 £9,170 HOSTNATION Small Grants Programme 2019/20
02/12/2019 £9,820 FORTY HALL VINEYARD Small Grants Programme 2019/20
02/12/2019 £10,000 SHPRESA PROGRAMME Small Grants Programme 2019/20
02/12/2019 £10,000 ADVICE 4 RENTERS Small Grants Programme 2019/20
02/12/2019 £14,270 VOYAGE "Voyage and Universal Board Game Peer Facilitation Project 15 young people aged 14-16 will be trained to design and deliver peer facilitation in youth clubs and playgrounds during the summer holidays using interactive games as a vehicle to explore issues and create a socially inclusive environment. "
01/12/2019 £7,000 BIG IDEAS Big Ideas to distribute funds to school groups running youth social aciton projects around the Euro 2020 tournament.
01/12/2019 £5,000 MANORFIELD CHARITABLE FOUNDATION Love Lansbury
01/12/2019 £4,520 CENTRE FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Crocheting Together
01/12/2019 £5,000 PLUMCROFT HOME SCHOOL ASSOCIATION Woolwich Tinkles the Ivories
01/12/2019 £5,000 URBAN FLYERS C.I.C Life Line 360
22/11/2019 £8,400 BARTLETT REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE Contribution to Greening Real Estate workshop and report
21/11/2019 £500,000 LB HOUNSLOW Developing Hounslow’s Potential for Estates Renewal/Maximising Hounslow's Development/Housing Intensification Tool
13/11/2019 £628,000 LB BRENT BCHFL - Brent Approved Programme Support/Neasden Stations Growth Area Masterplan
12/11/2019 £50,000 BERMONDSEYSTREET.LONDON To construct and install a monumental landmark stone sculpture in Bermondsey using 100+ stone carvings by public participants of open community engagement workshops achieving a living art heritage
06/11/2019 £20,000 £101,433 CPRE LONDON Go Parks London
05/11/2019 £95,000 LB TOWER HAMLETS Central Area Characterisation Study & Design Guide/High Density Living Design Guide
30/10/2019 £493,082 £53,323,000 THE WOODLAND TRUST Woodland creation
28/10/2019 £203,000 LB KINGSTON Small Sites Toolkit
28/10/2019 £70,000 LB SUTTON Ensuring optimal density
21/10/2019 £9,820 FORTY HALL COMMUNITY VINEYARD Flourish
18/10/2019 £120,000 LB REDBRIDGE HRA Small Sites Development
09/10/2019 £40,000 £274,047 ROYAL DOCKS LEARNING To buy a minibus which will service the grass roots area in North Woolwich and Silvertown including: A pickup service Monday-Friday from local primary schools enabling working parents acces to full time jobs. A circular bus for the Royal Docks, running mornings and weekends to community hubs, local activities, parks and green spaces, taking parents and older residents to doctor surgeries or Supermarkets
02/10/2019 £15,774 £8,506,000 THE CONSERVATION VOLUNTEERS TCV 60th Anniversary Tree Planting
02/10/2019 £19,525 £798,875 THAMES CHASE TRUST Thames Chase Community Tree Nursery Project
02/10/2019 £10,000 £3,311,520 TREES FOR CITIES Jolly's Green Community Tree Planting
02/10/2019 £17,682 £510,660 THE TREE COUNCIL Trees & Hedges for Healthier Lives
02/10/2019 £15,540 £20,805,000 ALEXANDRA PARK AND PALACE CHARITABLE TRUST Alexandra Park – heritage and biodiversity planting scheme
02/10/2019 £40,500 £3,311,520 TREES FOR CITIES Beckton District Park South Woodland Creation
02/10/2019 £50,000 £3,311,520 TREES FOR CITIES Goodmayes Park Woodland Creation
02/10/2019 £17,500 £3,311,520 TREES FOR CITIES Barley Lane Community Tree Planting
02/10/2019 £24,743 LB BARNET Barnet Parks Play Area Tree Planting
02/10/2019 £20,000 LB CROYDON Trees for People
02/10/2019 £28,750 LB EALING Ealing Common and environs
02/10/2019 £18,750 LB EALING Ravenor Park and environs
02/10/2019 £11,250 LB EALING South Acton Recreation Ground and environs
02/10/2019 £6,514 SOUTHALL TRANSITION Southall Orchard Project - Phase 5
02/10/2019 £14,500 LB GREENWICH Apples in Abbey Wood
02/10/2019 £5,800 FRIENDS OF AVERY HILL PARK Increasing Tree Cover in Eltham
02/10/2019 £32,000 PEABODY TRUST Trees for Thamesmead
02/10/2019 £48,269 LB HACKNEY Trees of Time and Place (Hackney) Parks and Open Spaces
02/10/2019 £37,714 QUEENSBRIDGE PRIMARY SCHOOL The Urban Play Orchard
02/10/2019 £12,500 LB HARINGEY Greening Finsbury Park
02/10/2019 £10,000 LB HARINGEY Greening Haringey HFH estates,
02/10/2019 £27,051 LB HARINGEY Newton Park and Brockley Hill
02/10/2019 £8,437 LB HILLINGDON Hillingdon Tree Planting Project
02/10/2019 £10,747 LB HOUNSLOW Leitrim and Pevensey: Community Orchard and Wet Woodland
02/10/2019 £14,600 JUST SOLUTIONS 123... Trees 4 Grenfell
02/10/2019 £14,331 LB REDBRIDGE Redbridge National Tree Week Project- phase 2
02/10/2019 £12,000 WRYTHE MEMORIAL EVENTS St Helier, The Wrythe and Tweeddale Orchards
02/10/2019 £7,834 MANOR PARK FRIENDS GROUP Manor Park Community Trees
02/10/2019 £24,230 LB WALTHAM FOREST Community Tree Planting Project
02/10/2019 £17,800 LB WANDSWORTH Wandsworth Community Tree Planting
01/10/2019 £20,308 £365,596 LABURNUM BOAT CLUB The Family Fund supports organisations that are bringing diverse families together for support and common purpose. The fund aims to improve parents social networks, reduce social isolation and improve social integration at a local level between diverse families.
01/10/2019 £67,000 £283,901 CARES FAMILY The Family Fund supports organisations that are bringing diverse families together for support and common purpose. The fund aims to improve parents social networks, reduce social isolation and improve social integration at a local level between diverse families.
01/10/2019 £20,000 £38,890,000 CENTREPOINT SOHO The Family Fund supports organisations that are bringing diverse families together for support and common purpose. The fund aims to improve parents social networks, reduce social isolation and improve social integration at a local level between diverse families.
01/10/2019 £26,993 HER CENTRE The Family Fund supports organisations that are bringing diverse families together for support and common purpose. The fund aims to improve parents social networks, reduce social isolation and improve social integration at a local level between diverse families.
01/10/2019 £10,250 ST MARY'S PRIMARY SCHOOL The Family Fund supports organisations that are bringing diverse families together for support and common purpose. The fund aims to improve parents social networks, reduce social isolation and improve social integration at a local level between diverse families.
01/10/2019 £4,850 £249,827 THE MAYPOLE PROJECT Provision of sports activities for children with complex medical needs and their siblings in after school sessions. Activity clubs will be for children 4-11 and 12 to young adulthood. Children with complex medical needs inevitably face isolation and loneliness due to the difference in their appearance, their ability, hospitalisation and treatments, their behaviours and reactions - or those of their sibling. Society's sometimes prejudiced response to them creates distance, lack of opportunities to connect, and break down of relationships. Alongside this childhood illness/disability results in financial difficulties for the family - lack of finance exacerbates the notable lack of group and social activities. The sports/activities clubs will bring together groups of children into truly inclusive sports which are individually adapted for all to enjoy, where children need to connect to each other in group activities, and also relate to each other in teamwork. Through this they intend to reduce feelings of isolation but also build skills and raise confidence - each with a positive impact on the other to enhance the wellbeing of the child. Parents and carers bringing their children to the groups will find a "school gate" effect (where none may exist in a specialist school setting where state transport is frequently employed).
01/10/2019 £4,994 WALTHAM FOREST BLIND ASSOCIATION (WFBA) Deliver sports targeting isolated and lonely group of visually impaired older people who are sedentary and living independently. Using community education and a traditional approach to explore and promote the benefits of sports and physical activity living and community intergration amongst these disadvantaged visually impaired older people. ACTIVITIES: 3 hours weekly activities for 12 weeks providing: •Strengthening exercises for building muscle tissue and reduce age-related muscle loss -1hour and half hours •Balance exercises for reducing the chances of a falls-1hour •Refreshments/discussions 30 minutes The overall changes the project expects to achieve: stronger connections between beneficaries, improved quality of local activities, increased confidence, better connected in the local area
01/10/2019 £4,485 DODGEBALL DEVELOPMENT LTD. (BRITISH DODGEBALL) We will set up a new community session called Pride Dodgeball. This will be an inclusive club which is open to all, and particularly geared towards the needs of the LGBTQ+ community. Its mission will be to improve people's lives, be it physically, mentally or socially, through dodgeball-based activity. Everybody that attends Pride Dodgeball will be welcomed into a supportive and social atmosphere which facilitates the building of friendships. We aim to make Pride a sustainable club by working closely with other organisations. We will work with City & Islington College to provide opportunities for students to get physically fit and also get sports management experience by giving 12 students coach education so they are able to lead sessions. These students will then be able to deliver their own sustainable satellite club at the college for their peers. Anyone wishing to play further will be signposted to Pride Dodgeball as the local community club. Furthermore, these newly qualified coaches will have chance to gain experience by volunteering at Pride Dodgeball's Proud to Dodge festival. This will be ran in partnership with Out For Sport, engaging over 150 people from a variety of backgrounds in dodgeball-related physical activity. Out For Sport and Pride Sports are both very keen to promote this in a variety of ways. All 5 organisations will collaborate to ensure this project is a success; the college and community club in particular will build a strong, mutually beneficial relationship. Pride Sport's Sport, Physical Activity & LGBT report (2016) shows that there are a significantly higher proportion of the LGBT+ community who are not active enough to maintain good health compared to the UK average. 17% of Pride sport's respondents were members of a club, with 48% of these being members of LGBT specific clubs. We will give the community a LGBTQ+-specific sports club to join and help address this inequality. The NUS's 'Out in Sport' report (2012) shows 47% of the LGBT+ community found sport to be intimidating. The data shows a lack of participation from the LGBT+ community in sports which can lead to inactivity and isolation. We will reduce this by offering an inclusive, fun and social sport to members of the LGBT+ community. We have 49 people showing interest in an LGBT community dodgeball club already, and believe we can engage over 150 people in this project by raising awareness.
01/10/2019 £4,146 £281,734 BIGKID FOUNDATION We will deliver twelve sessions of American Flag Football (AFF) at Larkhall Park in Stockwell, for young people aged 11-25. Our AFF programme is currently rolling out to schools and communities in other areas of Lambeth and Lewisham. The sessions at Larkhall Park will become a focal hub for young people across the programme to come together each week. In doing this we will strengthen relationships between ethnic groups and across geographic boundaries. As the sport is new for most, it creates a level playing field where any age, gender or background can get involved and play together. Racism and youth violence are key community issues identified by our young people. By bringing together a highly diverse and geographically spread group to play AFF, we are providing an opportunity to let off steam and keep active, whilst also applying key transferable skills such as teamwork, communication and leadership. Relying on each other as team-mates, sharing the joy or pain of winning or losing, creates camaraderie and builds bonds, which last beyond the pitch. Coming together and sharing in sport on neutral ground, breaks down barriers and shows what can be achieved by communicating and working together. As a sport where boys and girls can play together, this project integrates genders. In a community where some cultures have clearly defined gender roles, AFF provides a platform where all can compete on a level playing field. Some of our young people are affected (some undiagnosed) by mental health issues such as suicidal thoughts and depression. There are also a number from families that have newly arrived in the UK who may additionally face language barriers – Stockwell has a high proportion of Portuguese speakers. Integrating, particularly as a young person, can be highly daunting. Attending free sports sessions where they can interact and make new friends, provides an inclusive and easily accessible opportunity to integrate. Our sports sessions are often the entry point for many young people. With our staff and coaches (all of whom have come through the BIGKID programme themselves), acting as informal mentors, we hope they will share any issues they may be facing, so that we can help them access wider BIGKID programmes or support services. Our youth workers are young people themselves and may have first-hand experience of what participants are facing, making it easier to facilitate conversations and ultimately help them onto a more positive pathway.
01/10/2019 £2,650 £235,296 BEXLEY MENCAP We intend to hold accessible Walking Football sessions for people with a learning disability to reduce isolation and loneliness and at the same time promote better health and increased physical activity levels. The most recent Public Health Outcomes Framework identifies Bexley as having the third highest rate of excess weight in adults in London. It is well documented that people with Learning Disability experience worse health and well-being outcomes than those without a disability. (The life expectancy of women with a learning disability in England is 18 years lower than those without). Adults with Learning Disability are more likely to be socially isolated and less able to access or join mainstream keep fit club and gyms and take part in every day leisure, community and physical activities; due to limited financial means, lack of awareness and greater dependence and reliance on others. The weekly sessions will enable members to meet new people, form new relationships and take part in an activity which is accessible. Members will be encouraged and supported to stay for a coffee afterwards and make friendships with other people that they might never have had the chance to meet before. This will, in turn, improve levels of confidence and reduce isolation and loneliness. It will also help to improve awareness of other community activities on offer. We are working with Bexley Council to produce signpost members to low/no cost activities. Our trained staff and volunteers will help support the walking football sessions to enable us to offer a safe and trusted environment for people with a learning disability to meet and interact socially. We will hold the sessions at different sites within the borough to increase maximum take up rates and accessibility, particularly in the north where there are the areas of greatest unmet needs, and less developed transport links.
01/10/2019 £4,970 FRITITI ARTS CIC For the last 18 years Frititi has been bringing people together from many different walks of life to learn and celebrate in the diverse art of African dance -crossing social, racial, culture and physical divides. One of the main aims of the organisation is to project a more positive image of Africa, and to help dispel the myths and negative stereotypes of the African continent and its people. In a recent questionnaire many members shared the sentiment that the class "is a haven where I can let go of my weekly stresses and connect with people". We're passionate about creating more of these opportunities for more people and we will tailor classes for younger people. 4 specialist teachers will be visiting from Accra, Ghana in November/December. Based on feedback from our last application to the GLA we would like to capitalise on their visit to meet the needs of our community and engage people who otherwise don't have access to African dance in the following 4 ways: 1. 4 intergenerational learning sessions for parents and their children. 2. 4 sessions working with young people of black decent providing oppurtunities to engage with their African heritage. 3. 4 specialised advanced class as requested by our existing community. 4. All sessions will culminate in an end of year celebration in December, providing clear progression. All of these classes will be supported by live drums. Our current weekly class has students from age of 5 to 70 attending and from different backgrounds. These additional sessions have been designed to provide more opportunities to come together as well as engaging new clearly defined audiences. We are especially interested in piloting the Parents and Kids classes after parents from our current classes highlighted how bringing them together encourages sharing between communities, reducing isolation. We provide parents with tools so they can continue facilitating their children's learning in their own homes. We have also teamed up with Brixton Youth groups to encourage young people from black heritage backgrounds to explore the diverse power of African dance, connections between communities. With the reduction of youth services providing such oppurtunities seems ever more important to us. The advanced classes will allow current members to train at a higher level building knowledge and confidence. All this will culminate in a community led rehearsal and show in December to celebrate the great achievements and bring the different elements of the project together.
01/10/2019 £5,000 £35,040 ST JOHNS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT We would like to re-launch our exercise class, Keep Active Keep Well, which has closed due to lack of funding. We have identified, through research and consultation, that there is a shortage of exercise classes (with advice for keeping active outside the exercise class) for senior citizens in Lambeth. The £5,000 grant will provide an opportunity to bring back a new improved exercise programme specifically targeted at senior citizens particularly those situated in Stockwell, south London. St Johns is in a densely populated area and second lowest in the Indices of Deprivation in Lambeth- and most of our members live in the neighbouring 4 social housing estates - Murcell, Clapham Road, Stockwell Estate and Studley estate. We all know how exercise is important for mental and physical health and this class will provide an opportunity for senior citizens to come out of their homes, take part in exercise, get some advice about keeping fit and meet up with other people who they would not normally meet. The neighbourhood around St Johns is rich in ethnic and religious diversity. But there is also high deprivation, with levels of pensioner poverty amongst the highest nationally and male and female life expectancy among the lowest nationally. The area is at risk of division and conflict and older people, particularly are at risk of simply withdrawing indoors and becoming housebound because of personal ill health or reluctance to face the challenges outside. The class will help to combat isolation and loneliness and provide a safe place to be with friends and improve mental and physical health.We want to address the problem of disengagement that older people can feel in today’s society and the fact that they do not have a powerful and effective voice in the community. Between 2010 and 2030 the number of people aged over 65 will increase by 51%. Our members at St Johns do not want to be a problem to society and a burden on the health system. They want to be active, healthy, engaged and independent
01/10/2019 £5,000 EAST AFRICAN EDUCATION FOUNDATION ISSUES: Most of the people who will come to this project are from BAME communities. Some of these are refugees and some are isolated either because they are separated from their relatives or they are still going through the process of adjustment to the new life in the UK. Therefore, isolation, loneliness and depression are common among our people. Isolation and loneliness have also been mentioned in the census of 2011 for Barking and Dagenham as issues of concern in this Borough. CHANGES INTENDED AND METHODS: This project will use aerobic dance to regularly bring different groups of people in the community together to help build relationships, reduce prejudice and negative stereotyping and increase trust among themselves. This will be done by delivering aerobic dance for 2 hours three times a week. The facilitators will make sure that every opportunity is explored to make participants feel heard and supported. There will be ground rules before each session enhancing respect, motivation and self-esteem. The sessions will be facilitated by 2 trainers. One will do the general guidance of the session. Another trainer will support those who are less able or have special needs. This is to make sure that everyone attending these sessions benefits from this sport. Out of 2 hours, the last half an hour will be for people to chart, know each other and ask questions if any. This half an hour is meant to allow participants socialise, make friends help reduce isolation or loneliness and enable them to feel better connected in their community and be able to leave the sessions happy and hopeful. The project will take place in the evening hours from 18.00-20 hrs to allow people who are working or who have other commitments able to come. Where there is a need, signposting will be done to relevant services such as GPs to help those having signs or symptoms needing professional help and advice. They will be enrolled and records will be kept of the attendance and other administrative issues (next of kin emergency contact numbers etc.)
01/10/2019 £4,972 SPORTING FOUNDATION Tower Hamlets has recently seen a significant rise in knife crime due to postcode gang violence and drug trafficking. Negative peer groups are targeting young people and grooming them into drug trafficking and entrapping them into a world of crime. The project will use football to break down barriers around geographical boundaries but also get young people involved in positive activities. We will get groups from all the Tower Hamlets postcodes and neighbouring areas to come together to play on a regular basis over a 12 week period and building relationships with the intention to form a forum for social action.This forum can then work together on social issues affecting the people in the local community and leaders that can be contacted as mediators when there are issues in our communities, using them to talk to people as they would be best placed to deal with the people as they have a rapport and relationship with their local communities. Knowing what other groups are doing around the borough; will enable us to work together. Building relationships with groups from different cultures and backgrounds. Helping each other understand the ‘other’ so that tolerance can be built and different points of views can be understood. The project will be in three phases; first category will engage groups 14-16 years old, second will be 16-19 years old and then Adults. Each will have a series of matches over a period of fortnight bringing together different groups on a regular basis using football to create relationships. So they understand each other better. They will be meeting and integrating in a positive manner rather than in a negative exchange. If they do see each other on the streets then it will be less hostile as they know of each other. We will also scout and signpost young people and adults using our Academy Coach and First Team Manager from Semi Professional Team Sporting Bengal being on hand to also keep an eye out for footballers that stand out to further their progress and signpost them to play football regularly. This will support them to stay active in positive activities beyond the life of this grant.
01/10/2019 £3,350 £24,300 DAGENHAM BANGLADESHI WOMEN & CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION The organisation plans to start a new project and work on the Stronger Communities Fund priorities ‘Reduce isolation and loneliness’ .The project will help local communities to reduce isolation and loneliness and enable them to feel better connected in their community. The project will target BAME women group who suffers from isolation and loneliness and are not well connected with the community. We have identified through different activities that many BAME women in our local area suffer from isolation and loneliness due to physical and mental illness, communication difficulties, poor self-confidence, poor economic condition, social and cultural barriers, lack of suitable activities and insufficient services available in the local area. We plan to help targeted women to reduce their isolation and loneliness and increase their connection with communities involving them with yoga. We will develop partnership in the project with Barking and Dagenham Unemployed People’s Association, a local charity. We will distribute leaflets, outreach local area, inform by word of mouth, contact with local community and community groups and use other channels like GP surgery, etc. to spread our message. We will recruit 25 targeted women (25+) from Dagenham area of Barking & Dagenham Borough. We will recruit a sessional Yoga trainer and hire some equipment requires for yoga classes. We will hire Epsilon Education Centre, Dagenham, for the project activities. We will deliver 24 sessions in 12 weeks on every Friday and Saturday from 4 P.M. to 6 P.M.. Participants will take break between two hours session. During break time we will do different kinds of activities which increase integration among participants. We will divide participants into several groups, ask them to interact with others, tell their own life stories and listen other’s stories and take tea/coffee together. The project activities will take place at a local community centre that is familiar, secured, accessible and appropriate for BAME women and they will feel comfortable to participate in the project. We will encourage participants to remain in the project until its completion. We will discuss with individual women, find out barriers they face and support them to overcome these. Inspire them to improve their confidence and reassure them that the activity will be a positive experience, a healthy way to spend time with community, a good way to catch up with friends or meet new people and an opportunity to develop new skills.
01/10/2019 £3,335 LONDON SKOLARS JUNIOR RUGBY LEAGUE CLUB the club would like to organise and host a weekly ('Touch') Rugby Club that allows its members to engage in at least one hour of physical activity.
01/10/2019 £4,808 £392,963 IRIE! DANCE THEATRE Moving Together will bring people together across age, ethnicity and ability and be targeted at communities that demonstrate low levels of physical activity, who don't often come into contact with one another and those at risk of social isolation The programme will be designed to reference needs identified by: Lewisham Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2015-2018; Lewisham Council Being Active; Lewisham Cultural Development – Sports; Get Active Lewisham and Greenwich NHS. Moving Together will build on the work of our successful programmes of individual classes targeted at community groups, reach new participants, work with new partners and provide new opportunities for our BA and community volunteers. Lewisham is the 31st most deprived of Local Authorities in England.Two out of five people in Lewisham are from a BAME background. The largest groups are Black African and Black Caribbean. BAME people are more likely to live with diabetes, stroke, and high blood pressure affecting day-to-day and family life. Women experience isolation because of poverty; traditional gender roles/responsibilities; social attitudes; healthcare access, with cardiovascular illness a particular issue for Lewisham women. Learning disabled people have life expectancy significantly lower and experience social segregation and stereotyping A greater proportion of 65+ Lewisham residents are from ethnic minorities. It is well-documented that loneliness increases with older age and long-term health conditions and opportunities to meet younger people are limited.. The Moving Together 12 week programme comprises: 12 new women's evening dance classes bringing together women of different communities, including those with learning disabilities and carers, overturning stereotypes between communities. 12 new elders dance and movement-based sessions, reducing isolation of older people, creating opportunities to do activities with elders from other communities, bringing them into contact with young volunteers, overturning age-related stereotypes 12 new gentle dance sessions dovetailing with with ICS Health and Well Being diabetes prevention programme providing opportunities for their clients to take part in activities with others in their communities and reducing isolation by signposting people to further opportunities 12 Tai Chi classes - building on an existing class to engage more people from diverse communities, including people of Chinese and Vietnamese heritage - many of whom experience isolation and lack opportunities to connect with people from different cultural backgrounds 1 x Moving Together Social - Our Moonshot Café provides a place to meet up before and after classes for all our groups and we would host a social event here
01/10/2019 £4,928 MISGAV Project Fit2gether! aims to improve social integration for 20 local women, (age 18-40yrs) with learning/ physical disabilities, through sports (swimming and netball). The project will tackle key issues reported by users; Life for disabled users is often lonely, depressing and lacking meaning. There are few opportunities available appropriate to their interests or abilities due to mobility, cognitive, financial, and health limitations. Many suffer poor health (heart disease, diabetes, low muscle tone) as a direct result of inactivity, isolation, and poor self-esteem. Users report a lack of support from the wider community; stigma and negative stereotyping of disability compound their isolation, especially as they grow out of their educational frameworks. In response, Fit2gether! will be a 12-week integrated swimming and netball program (starting January 2020), improving social integration and health for disabled women; whilst developing strong and positive relationships with the non-disabled community. Meeting at bi-weekly sessions, disabled women will be paired with non-disabled ‘Sports Buddies': mainstream volunteers from the local community who will be trained to coach disabled people in sports. The Sports Buddies will work together with users to co-create sports targets, provide a social network, role-model proper teamwork & boost integration into the wider sports community. Concurrently, the disabled women will be coached in sportsmanship, teamwork and social skills at the start of all sessions, enabling them to improve relationships, form friendships and reduce the social isolation/ stigma they face. The Weekly Sessions will include; 1. Swimming (Sundays 12:15-2:15) at Tottenham Green Leisure Centre. A qualified instructor will be assisted by ‘sports buddies’ to improve users’ skills (different strokes, diving), muscle strength, mobility and stamina. The wheelchair-accessible transport/facilities, social opportunities and relaxed atmosphere, will motivate regular attendance. 2. Netball (Mondays 4-6pm) at Gladesmore Community School. Disabled users will have the rare opportunity to play netball with peers and mainstream ‘sports-buddies’. Coaching will include the rules of the game, attacking/ defending, teamwork, developing coordination, peer support and shooting goals Project outcomes; 1. Increased sports participation for 20 LD women. 2. Improved physical/ emotional health -20 LD women will build confidence & wellbeing, reduce loneliness/ deepen their sense of belonging. 3. Users will improve social skills, develop supportive friendships with volunteers/ peers, with long-term impacts on social inclusion. The sense of teamwork - disabled & non-disabled communities working together - will boost cohesion; they will develop mutual trust, respect diversity across communities & positively value disabled people.
01/10/2019 £67,682 THE HORNBEAM CENTRE Active Londoners
01/10/2019 £9,250 ESSEX CRICKET IN THE COMMUNITY The Healthy Family Leaders idea will empower young mothers from the BAME community to become more physically active at their child’s school - a safe, familiar, welcoming environment and become trained to deliver all-stars cricket sessions for children also taking place at the same schools. Mentors will be existing female coach mentors, who have run similar programmes before. Following parents being trained in delivery over the first 12 weeks, parent coaches will deliver all-stars children’s sessions in 6 schools (Manor Junior School, Sandringham Rd, Barking IG11 9AG; Manor Longbridge School, Sandringham Rd, Barking IG11 9AG; + 4 schools TBC) for 8 week blocks, with sustainability coming from opportunities to work with the locally run Breaking Boundaries programme (A Spirit of 2012 programme in conjunction locally with the local council and the Youth Sport Trust), Everyone Active, Dagenham and Redbridge FC.
01/10/2019 £30,000 THAMES WARD COMMUNITY PROJECT Thames Ward is described by funders as a 'cold spot' (meaning it is less well funded and lacks established civil society infrastructure). They have identified six physical activity projects that are fit for purpose, having had a track record of previous delivery and/or sitting on their residents steering group, with activities taking place for 6 week blocks for the community to access for free locally. TWCP would act as the "trustee group", holding funds and leading the project.
01/10/2019 £25,000 FUTURE YOUTH ZONE The programme will run for 52 weeks (Future Zone is open 365 days a year), and will be run in a "Try - Train - Team" model, with participants being given an initial 8 weeks of sessions (which have already been consulted with young people on popular physical activities - Boxing / Football / Rugby / Dance).
01/10/2019 £29,970 LIFELINE PROJECTS The SW!TCH Lives programme will deliver four sports sessions a week, over two nights, split by older and younger age groups proposed venues include •Football at Goals Pitches, or similar •Gym and Boxing at Abbey Leisure Centre
01/10/2019 £11,000 MUSLIMAH SPORTS ASSOCIATION (MSA) The idea consists of weekly Multisport programme (at identified venues including Barking Rugby Club, Becontree Leisure Centre & Barking Abbey School) targeting BAME Females aged 14+. Focus includes developing confidence, health and wellbeing and other soft skills will be to create leadership pathways to become volunteers on the scheme
01/10/2019 £15,000 BARKING RFC The project will target a number of local schools for Years 4 to 6 (James Cambell, St.Josephs, St.Teresa, St.Peters, Manor Longbridge, Thames View, George Carey and Monteagle) and deliver 13 week Touch Rugby sessions - to allow boys and girls to play together culminating in a yearly festival that takes place at the club.
01/10/2019 £5,865 MUSLIM ASSOCIATION TRUST Archery - They will use this fund to kick-start a weekly session at the sports hall within the grounds of the mosque, and in year 2 would self-fund the programme if it is successful to include Archery, physical exercise and other sports.
01/10/2019 £15,000 BARKING & DAGENHAM YOUTH DANCE (BDYD) The idea is an extension programme to an existing highly successful weekend dance programme that takes place every Saturday at the Abbey Leisure Centre over 36 weeks. Stage 1 will be to kick-start an idea to train and mentor young leaders to then take over the project after year 1 to deliver dance to participants. They aim to encourage a wide range of participants to be involved including those who are experiencing disproportionate threats to their well-being, those in low-income families, BAME, disabled young people, refugee and asylum-seeking young people and those in care. This will culminate in Stage 2, with young people planning and delivering their own community event to showcase their progress.
01/10/2019 £15,542 PHOENIX COMMUNITY CARE The overall aims and objectives are to provide a specialised service aimed at supporting young vulnerable refugees and asylum-seeking children. Through PCC's semi-independent housing units, foster care agency, education/training programmes and various enrichment activities. The Football United's Programme will bring these young people together to make friends and build confidence. Since 2002 PCC has provided Semi Independent Supported Housing, based predominately in and around the Haringey East area. Specifically, for unaccompanied asylum-seeking children aged 16-21 years old. They have found it consistently difficult to engage them in local sport programmes over the years. Making it clear that social inclusion through sports needs nurturing and strategic encouragement. As a primarily social care provision, they have come to appreciate sports has the power to influence and build a sense of stability and community that our young people were missing out on. Their research shows football is the most frequently requested activity by their service users. Football United’s Programme brings young refugees and asylum-seekers together to play football, make friends and build confidence. The project will consist of weekly coached football sessions, quarterly tournaments, Sports Leaders training course, and staff and volunteer training.
01/10/2019 £25,000 HR SPORTS ACADEMY This project is designed in two parts, the first being Boot Camps for at risk young people and families. In order to improve the safety and overall outcomes of at risk youths we will deliver a military style Boot Camp to teach self-discipline, conquer behavioural problems and provide positive activities to engage in with their peers outside of school hours. The Boot Camp will focus on boys aged 14 – 17 from Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities. The sessions will run twice a week for an hour, over 33 weeks. In addition to sport and fitness activities, every month they will deliver a workshop and host a discussion panel to raise aspirations, provide valuable information and develop healthy emotional outlooks on life.
01/10/2019 £4,998 THE MARKFIELD PROJECT LTD This project is to run physical movement sessions within our established clubs and drop-ins at the Markfield Community Centre for learning disabled adults, their parents/carers and families. We will partner with trained instructors to provide the following: - dance workshops at our Friday evening club for learning disabled adults - yoga sessions at our daytime activity clubs for people with autism & learning disabilities - yoga sessions at our drop-in support group for parents/carers of learning disabled people - dance workshops at our Family Club - a Saturday community drop-in session for disabled children, Adults and their families.
01/10/2019 £20,000 ARCA GENERATION ARCA generation is a non-profit organisation that helps develop the skills of young people, enabling them to build a bright future for themselves and contribute to the growth of their own community and generation. We accomplish this through the provision of sports, recreational and fun educational activities. Aim to provide young people from disadvantaged backgrounds with the skills, experience and opportunity to pursue employment in sport, through the provision of specialised training, tutoring and support. Through programmes delivered over the past years they have identified highly talented young people who dream of working in the sporting world, but lack the opportunity and the support to succeed in this goal. Some wish to become coaches or managers, but lack the skills, direction and support to pursue these careers through higher education; others dream of becoming footballers but have passed the selection age. Programmes will include: Performance and Fitness Coaching and Refereeing, University Pathways Support, Quarterly League and Mixed League, Semi-professional team, Employability workshops, Behaviour Intervention / Counselling, Award Ceremony. Working in partnership with UCLm Kingston University, ISEH (Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health), The Met Police and Tottenham Hotspur.
01/10/2019 £22,536 KURDISH AND MIDDLE EASTERN WOMEN ORGANISATION (KMEWO) Each sport session will have facilitated social activities and advice surgeries attached to them. Sessions will include Yoga, Swimming and Tottenham Green Pools. 30 sessions of yoga, 24 sessions of 1 hour swimming lessons and two open days for BAME women to explore facilities and to gain information about well-being will take place.
01/10/2019 £17,912 BEH MENTAL HEALTH TRUST The project would take place in Chestnuts Park Basketball pitch: 1.Basketball to be offered to male in-patients at St Ann's Hospital 2. Female Fitness and Health programme to be offered to female in-patients 3. Women's Football to be offered in collaboration with Tottenham Foundation; 4. For Men's Back in the Game to have funding to continue their football development programme. Programmes will be targeting those aged 15-24 and 25 and above. The groups will run for 1.5 hours weekly for 10 weeks for a total period of 40 weeks.
01/10/2019 £15,000 WE MOVE DANCE WeMove Dance aims to use the power of dance and youth leadership to facilitate the social, personal and economic empowerment of young people in Haringey, particularly those from ‘BAME’ communities and those considered ‘at risk’, and to foster a sense of diverse, proud, caring community. The organisation is a C.I.C, and prior to this worked with Haringey Sixth Form College to deliver their extra-curricular programme. The project offers a dance leadership programme with various entry routes and outcomes. The programme will be aimed at training 15-25 year olds. There will be a number of satellite clubs located in schools, and sessions will be co-led by the leadership students. The programme will also offer young people the opportunity to achieve accredited dance and other qualifications, as well as volunteering opportunities which could lead to paid employment.
01/10/2019 £10,000 ST FRANCIS ENGINE ROOM The Engine Room was established in 2014 and has been working in the local area for five years now as a project of The Church of England. Since its inception they have focussed on working with children and families and have engaged in a wide range of programmes many with a focus on family friendly support. These include after school music and art workshops, holiday activities and summer trips to the coast. The charity organises and arranges activities, partners with local organisations, encourages the involvement of local people and aims to meet local needs. The project aims to provide a structured weekly programme for children and families at affordable or no cost. The aim is to engage families with children between the ages of 5 and 15 who already suffer from social isolation. Activities will include a Spurs Foundation Football League, Tennis coaching, a 10km run, cycling club and a walking group, and other sporting activities.
01/10/2019 £3,000 PYRAMID HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE ASSOCIATION (PHASCA) The project will deliver Boxfit, Basketball, Table tennis and skipping to tackle obesity, isolation and mental health as well as social issues through a 40 week programme of 4 hours per week, led by local qualified coaches from partner organisations, enabling participants to develop a skill, become fitter, achieve personal goals, with the opportunity to undertake accredited training/volunteering and coaching opportunities to enhance employment prospects. PHASCA already runs a successful Saturday school, music and Arts based project which will complement the sports programme, giving young people the opportunity to develop both educationally and physically.
01/10/2019 £10,000 LIVING UNDER ONE SUN Age groups will be 14-16, 11-13 and under 10s with their families. Forty two Saturday sessions for 6 hours will be delivered including rock climbing, multi-sports, athletics, cycling, tennis, table tennis, basketball, skipping, and circus skills, camping and canoeing. Participants will be engaged through outreach and referrals by partners.
01/10/2019 £25,000 BRENTFORD FC COMMUNITY SPORTS TRUST BFCCST is a registered charity, using the power of sport to engage, inspire and empower people from all backgrounds across Hounslow, Ealing and Richmond to achieve their life goals. Having worked in the area with a range of local partners (schools, youth services, police etc.) for over 30 years, they are aware that young people in Bedfont, Feltham and Hanworth often lack confidence in their own ability. BFCCST will provide opportunities which will increase self-esteem, provide responsibility and develop life skills including sports qualifications and opportunities for practical experience.
01/10/2019 £30,000 REACH FOUNDATION The project will support young people particularly in the South West of Hounslow, which has two wards scoring above 111.6 on the vulnerable locality profile score. Hounslow as a whole has a serious youth violence victimisation rate between 4 and 4.9, and is one of the 12 boroughs with the highest NEET rate for 16-17 year olds.
01/10/2019 £28,957 SPORT IMPACT Sport Impact are a not-for-profit managed by Isleworth and Syon School and formed from two School Sport Partnerships (Isleworth and Syon Springwest Academy). Their mission is "Using high quality PE, Sport and Healthy Lifestyle support to realise the potential of all young people". They are embedded in Hounslow Schools as an organisation that is viewed as specialist in the area of Physical Education, school sport and physical activity. The idea aims to challenge the decline in physical activity among young people, particularly girls as only 8% of girls meet the Chief Medical Officer’s recommendation that young people aged 5 -18 should do 60 minutes of physical activity every day compared to 16% of boys. They also aim to increase leadership and employability skills as 3.2% 16-18-year old’s in Hounslow are not in education, training or employment. Additionally it expects to highlight the importance and relevance of PE, School Sport and Physical Activity in our secondary schools as nationally there has been a 38% decrease in timetabled PE for 14-16 year old’s since 2012.
01/10/2019 £13,896 AGE UK HOUNSLOW Age UK Hounslow are a registered charity which provides services for older people regardless of race, gender, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, ethnicity or religious belief. Statistically the percentage of households with long Term Health Problems/ Disability is higher in Hounslow than greater London and England as a whole (6%; 5%; 4.7% respectively) and the percentage of population in Hounslow engaged in the recommended level of physical activity is lower (56.2% Hounslow; 57.8% London;57% England). This funding will help develop a sound ‘case for support’ so that this project may continue beyond the one year project period. They will also approach charitable trusts either on an individual bid basis or as part of a collaborative bid with organisations who have directed their service users towards this project.
01/10/2019 £10,584 TALE BE TOLD Tale Be Told Theatre is a community interest company, founded by two Feltham residents. It works with the local community to create experiences that are for, by and shaped with communities. Tale Be Told Theatre will lead the programme in its initial delivery and then continue to support 'Positive Movement' as it becomes a non-profit in its own right, this support will include maximising community outreach and in supporting the transition in company status. The ‘Feltham and Bedfont Runners Group’, an online social community (currently 175 members) seeking to bring local people together through running. The Hounslow Age UK Community Audit for Feltham, Bedfont and Hanworth also highlights further need for the programme- The area ranks amongst the 20% most deprived wards across London and has a poor health profile, the report also highlighted that ‘more needs to be done to alienate the feelings of isolation and loneliness within the community.’
01/10/2019 £5,000 FELTHAM POLICE AND COMMUNITY BOXING CLUB Feltham Police and Community Boxing Club was set up in 2009 with the aim to deter young people from becoming involved in anti-social behaviour on Friday nights. The mission of the club remains the same, to provide inclusive boxing club to the entire community for all ages, genders, sexualities, races, religions and disabilities, and is open to everyone to achieve their personal goals through a participant centred approach to coaching. They also aim to deter young people from anti-social behaviour, radicalisation, extremism, child sexual exploitation and child crime exploitation,
01/10/2019 £8,916 AUTISM HOUNSLOW Autism Hounslow works to enable autistic people to lead fulfilling lives, founded by 3 parent carers of autistic adult children. They draw on the strengths of autistic people, friends and families to support each other in leading healthy, happy and fulfilling lives. They exchange information and ideas and work with other organisations to ensure autistic people can access work, community and leisure activities in Hounslow. Research by the National Autistic society in April 2018 suggests that autistic people are among the most isolated and lonely in the UK. Autism Hounslow compared the results of a recent survey of almost 900 autistic people with the Government’s own data and the findings indicate that autistic people are four times as likely to be lonely as the general public. Previous research suggests that 79% of autistic people feel socially isolated.
01/10/2019 £20,000 YOUTH CATALYST LTD Youth Catalyst was set up after the reduction of the youth service in Hounslow to help fill the void to young people across the borough. The director of Youth Catalyst (a local resident) has over 8 years of experience & connections in the Feltham & Hanworth Youth catalyst has most recently delivered a cooking with children in care from the Feltham Area, and has secured £4,000 from the Mayor of London Cultural Seeds Fund for the May 2019 Feltham Fete. The lack of constant provision in Feltham and Hanworth is a real concern, with pockets of both wards being considered 10% most deprived nationally and “hard to reach”. Parents and young people predominantly from the Highfields and Oriel estate, have discussed with the organisation what services are able to be delivered, as they are fairly embedded within the community. Adults and young people value the group's desire to support the Hanworth, Feltham area and most importantly their children with physical activity and positive lifestyle programmes. The programme will deliver two weekly, free, community dance sessions, in two different locations:
01/10/2019 £149,819 THE CHANGE FOUNDATION Street Elite is an award-winning training for work programme for young people in London aged 18-25 involved in crime and violence who are *economically inactive (see reference below). The programme uses sport and mentoring to support these young people to become active in their communities and transition into employment, education or training. Over the last eight years Street Elite has recruited and trained 471 young people involved in gangs and crime not in education, employment or training (NEET), preparing them for employment through sport and over 80% have transitioned into sustained work, education or a training programme. Street Elite is delivered in partnership between The Change Foundation and Berkeley Foundation. We believe it is a true and practical answer to serious youth violence and youth unemployment, proven over eight years and are committed to scaling up the programme to reach more young people at this critical time in London. Currently Street Elite works with 4 cohorts of young Londoners each year and 80% transition into work, education and training. They then coach 600 local school children through Street Elite festivals, inspiring them to think positively about their future by sharing their experiences. The requested £149,819 Impact Partners funding over two years will expand Street Elite to deliver 6 cohorts each year and transition 80% into work, education or training. They will then inspire 750 local school children. The funding will also help us deliver the Street Elite Academy which trains 10 Street Elite graduates as sport for social change coaches to deliver a 12-week sport and youth violence education programme for 100 at-risk young people each year.
01/10/2019 £130,061 BLACK PRINCE TRUST The Black Prince Trust and Fight 4 Change work in partnership to support young people through programmes diversionary programmes including personal development and using boxing, football and fitness and divert them from serious youth violence. Our Changing Gears programme was co-designed with input from statutory and voluntary sector partners and feedback from young people and community members about their concerns and interests and how they feel is best to target the issues of crime and fear of crime. Feedback from families and teachers is positive e.g. “X is a lot more focused and determined in class”; “X has improved self-esteem”.  The programme supports behaviour change and positive life choices through workshops including developing personal narrative, conflict resolution, identity and belonging; and develops aspirations. Workshops are followed by a sport session that reinforces learning and embeds skills such as team-work, communication and managing conflict. After the sport sessions young people reflect and exchange views on their learning, experiences and thoughts. The coach-participant relationship provides positive role models and improved motivation. From each cohort we select participants to become volunteer Champions to offer peer support for the next cohort thereby engaging them in positive activities beyond the length of the programme. We attract and engage young people in activities that divert them from crime and violence, support them to make positive choices by giving them access to volunteering opportunities and routes to employment. Fight 4 Change has successfully engaged 5120 young people (60% ex-offenders) in sports development programmes across Lambeth, Southwark, Merton, Croydon and Lewisham. Funded by the Mayors Office, this programme ran over this summer 22 July to 11 September 2019 with 6 1-hour workshops followed by an hour of sports and reflection. 59 people started and 52 completed, we are still working with 10 to develop them as volunteers.
01/10/2019 £49,261 STREETGAMES UK LTD Impact Partnerships
01/10/2019 £135,900 KEY4LIFE Key4Life currently delivers the following programmes in London: • 2 6-month ‘At Risk’ programmes per year for young people 18-30 • 1 12-month prison rehabilitation programme per year (in HMP Brixton) for young people 18-30 • Early intervention work with under 18s - assemblies and workshops in schools Our ‘At Risk’ and prison rehabilitation programmes follow our innovative 7-step model, outlined below: 1. UNLOCK: 2-day Emotional Resilience and behavioural coaching workshop using football, Equine Facilitated Learning, boxing, music, and group and one-to-one Behavioural coaching sessions 2. MENTOR: Participants are paired with a trained volunteer Mentor. 3. WORK PREPARATION: Workshop on interview techniques. Participants do 3-4 mock interviews at the ‘Meet the Employers’ workshop with employers from different industries. 4. WORK TASTER & FAMILY: Participants complete a 3-day Work Taster with a Key4Life partner organisation. Key4Life’s Family Worker meets participants’ next of kin. 5. EMPLOYMENT & RESIDENTIAL: Participants are supported into employment, education or training. Participants attend a 2-day rural residential trip with activities including horse riding, football, go karting and walking. 6. WORKSHOPS: Participants attend employability and Emotional Resilience workshops. Key4Life Caseworkers call and meet participants weekly. 7. GRADUATION & ONGOING SUPPORT: Participants graduate and join the Alumni Network to receive continued support. Participants can become a Key Mentor to support future Key4Life participants. Key Mentors receive an AQA-accredited level 3 qualification in Leadership and Coaching, allowing them to work with Key4Life to develop and deliver programmes to future Key4Life participants. Under 18s work: - Assemblies delivered in schools focusing on the realities and consequences of knife crime. These assemblies are delivered by Key Mentors (ex-offenders who have turned their life around), and involve interactive activities. We will show a short anti-knife crime film produced by a Key4Life Caseworker who was a participant in 2016 on an ‘At Risk’ programme.
01/10/2019 £150,000 SKYWAY CHARITY Collectively the consortium annually engages over 3,000 young people, working in schools, on estates, parks, community buildings and youth clubs offering free-at-the-point-of-access youth engagement and development programmes on weekday evenings and during school holidays Each year over 1,000 young people who are at risk of being involved in youth violence (as perpetrators and victims) and criminal activity engage in sports activities run by consortium members. These are delivered by qualified sports coaches, youth workers and SkyWay’s Community Sports Coaches (project funded by YLF). All activities are free-at-the-point-of-access and planned for young people of all abilities. These sports activities are intentionally designed to bring about positive benefits to address specific needs and embed skills development by helping the young people reach their goals and fulfil their potential. Through sports and physical activities we seek to: - increase physical and mental wellbeing among participants; - reduce instances of harmful behaviour; - improve positive engagement in the community; - develop team work, social and communication skills; - increasing awareness and acceptance of others; - improve resilience and determination; - improve conflict resolution skills; and - build on the levels of connectedness and sense of belonging. We know our approach works because: - the Gangs Unit have advised us that there's a reduction in recorded criminal activity in the local area when our activities take place; - more parents are encouraging their children to attend and are participating as volunteers; and - young people have told us it works and are engaging with our other developmental programmes after engaging through sports sessions. The YLF funded ‘Community Sports Coaches’ project delivers sports activities for 200 ‘at risk’ young people per year is Project Oracle 1 validated and we have gained Project Oracle 2 validation for our approach working to improve physical and mental health.
01/10/2019 £168,752 FIGHT FOR PEACE INTERNATIONAL Employability is a critical part of FFP’s provision as it can offer a sustainable route out of involvement in crime and violence. FFP is excited about the opportunity afforded by this fund; FFP recently reviewed programming in consultation with young people and decided to refocus employability provision away from simply providing training/jobs and work readiness (although this will still be available on an open access basis, integrated into FFP’s evening sports provision) towards intensive casework-style support for young people experiencing multiple risk factors and barriers. FFP has demonstrated the personal level changes it is able to build in young people through its Open Access provision, currently funded by Impact Partner funding. In 2018 over 700 young people took part in sports with 89% feeling more motivated and 81% feeling more positive about the future. This next step will enable FFP to increase the depth of the impact it is able to have by integrating a new approach to employability support into the existing Open Access provision. FFP has seen the casework approach of integrating dedicated and intensive youth work enables young people facing multiple risk factors to address the barriers to achieving sustainable employment and training outcomes. In 2018, 75% of casework mentees who previously had done so said they were now less likely to commit a crime and 94% now think about past choices when making decisions. For young people who received employability support, 92% believe they can achieve their goals and 100% feel more able to overcome challenges. FFP will use the Impact Partners funding to develop the Employability offering at Fight for Peace’s London Academy, scale it up, evaluate and codify the new format and use this learning to inform the work of partners across Newham, the UK and globally.
01/10/2019 £122,665 YOUTH ENGAGEMENT SOLUTIONS LTD YES has always worked to support young people into active healthy lives and improve education/training/employment outcomes. Core aspects of our service have always been that we provide quality football coaching, access to our project, Cricklewood Wanderers FC (a competitive football club playing from Wembley FC ground), belief that learning and work are essential in establishing meaningful lives that move participants away from negative behaviours and improve self-esteem and life chances. Over recent years we have run specific project focusing on young people involved in crime, or at risk of involvement in crime. Last year we worked with 85 young people involved in crime from Brent. It achieved great results: • 58 participants reported reduction in criminal activity • 79 showed improved physical and mental health • 82 accessed places in mainstream training/volunteering • 59 (+18s) went on to gain paid employment Feedback from participants and their families highlighted the elements of the project that they found effective. In particular: • Making learning/employment service mandatory alongside football (which had often been the activity that drew participants to us) • Family involvement for under 18s. Parents had often prevented participants from attending sports activities because they thought it a distraction from studies. Our approach reassured parents that this was actually helpful, and often helped improve family relationships • Service delivered by qualified coaches who themselves had been street active – provides participants with a trust in us (when often they mistrust other organisations), also establishes authenticity of relationship between project staff and participants As outlined in Q19, the success of our Brent service attracted young people from across the capital, establishing the beginnings of improved results for more people from a wider geography, widening partnerships, and a strategic aim to meet the needs of more young people exposed to criminal activity.
01/10/2019 £130,817 BIGKID FOUNDATION Sedgehill School invited us to run Breaking Barriers with 40 pupils at most risk of exclusion. Coupled with peer mentoring, the programme was a success with 35 reintegrated into the classroom.  However, there was concern about a lack of positive activities available outside school. In summer 2019 we piloted American Flag Football (AFF). Sedgehill School want us to continue delivery for three years.
01/10/2019 £4,880 CULTURE ACCESS Disabled and Proud Festival
01/10/2019 £4,800 HOPETOWNS UK From Africa to London with Love
01/10/2019 £5,000 CULTURETREE CENTRE LTD. Africa in London - 'Paper-to-Screen'
01/10/2019 £4,990 STREATHAM SONGBIRDS Singing for Health and - group workshops and singing in the community
01/10/2019 £5,000 SOMERS TOWN HISTORY CLUB Somers Town Memory Project
01/10/2019 £4,792 SKETCH APPEAL (CIC) The Art Of Self Loveedgware
30/09/2019 £5,760 £4,409 THE DULWICH PARK FRIENDS Dulwich Park Community Tree Planting
30/09/2019 £6,230 £3,691,416 THE LONDON WILDLIFE TRUST Upper Norwood Recreation Ground Tree Planting
30/09/2019 £8,900 £798,875 THAMES CHASE TRUST The Chase Nature Reserve Hedges for Wildlife and Connectivity - Phase II
30/09/2019 £70,000 £1,620,394 MIGRANTS RESOURCE CENTRE (CONSONANT) Stepping Out will provide adapted sporting activities to support migrants to interact with their neighbours, integrate with the wider community & improve health & wellbeing.
30/09/2019 £149,650 £130,860 UK DEAF SPORT UK Deaf Sport will recruit and train deaf activator champions to support deaf people to access sporting and non sporting activities in their community, increasing access opportunities and reducing isolation.
30/09/2019 £136,679 SPORTING MEMORIES NETWORK CIC Increase the mental & physical wellbeing of people over 50, using the power of sport as a focus to engage those who are living with dementia, depression or are socially isolated in sports reminiscence & physical exercise in 6 weekly clubs. Bringing together people from different cultures/backgrounds & young people in intergenerational activities.
30/09/2019 £136,635 £918,045 CORE ARTS Core Arts works ith socially excluded adults with mild to severe mental health needs. The programme provides access to a wide range of sport and physical activity sessions, social events and art activities / qualifications .
30/09/2019 £67,000 £978,994 SARACENS SPORT FOUNDATION Saracens are working in HMP YOI Feltham. Young offenders represent some of the most socially exlcuded, vulnerable and disadvantaged young people in England. The project provides sport, education and life skills within Feltham YOI with the aim of reducing reoffending and creating positive members of local communities.
30/09/2019 £116,075 FOOTBALL FOR PEACE This project will train young adults in Newham, London as Peace Leaders, using the power of football to bring disparate communities together and offer targeted integration activities for children and young adults in the Borough. Using a peer mentor approach, the programme will help youth in Newham come together and aims to help overcome challenges such as rising crime, drug use, racial division and religious extremism.
30/09/2019 £105,726 £1,379,817 ISLINGTON MIND Twice weekly service with user selected activities offering users a chance to get together and collectively work towards goals of improved mental health.
30/09/2019 £72,290 £289,078 ISLINGTON CENTRE FOR REFUGEES AND MIGRANTS The centre helps integrate this vulnerable group into community life. In partnership with Mary's Community Centre (MCC) this project will run weekly sports sessions. Sport will be the pathway to help this isolated grous to access MCC's community hub, building connections with local residents and the development worker. Sport will also be the vehicle for community language learning to build English skills.
30/09/2019 £40,000 TIME AND TALENTS T&T's primary focus is to help people who are most in need: isolated elderly, disabled and otherwise disadvataged people; as well as the large number of new residents who have little knowledge of the local community. Team Up Take Part will bring together from all backgrounds through a sport-based befreiding programme that will encourage socially isolated people to build connections with their local community and make use of gree/open spaces and other community assets.
27/09/2019 £6,500 SE5 FORUM FOR CAMBERWELL Camberwell Banners will install raised lamppost banners along Denmark Hill, to lead visitors down the high street to discover the cafes, shops, green spaces and galleries of Camberwell. Funders will receive a free online guide to Camberwell.
25/09/2019 £99,990 £53,323,000 THE WOODLAND TRUST Free tree prize giveaway
25/09/2019 £15,000 WEST LONDON ART FACTORY Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 6
25/09/2019 £17,500 FRIENDS OF PARK HILL PARK AND RECREATION GROUND The project by Friends of Park Hill Park and Recreation Ground aims to redesign an existing Victorian walled garden in Park Hill park in Croydon town centre, including fully accessible pathways to the garden 'rooms,' new planting and hard landscaping and performance space/community space
25/09/2019 £17,500 FRIENDS OF PARK HILL PARK AND RECREATION GROUND The project by Friends of Park Hill Park and Recreation Ground aims to redesign an existing Victorian walled garden in Park Hill park in Croydon town centre, including fully accessible pathways to the garden 'rooms,' new planting and hard landscaping and performance space/community space
23/09/2019 £18,088 £3,311,520 TREES FOR CITIES Community support programme
23/09/2019 £113,628 £8,506,000 THE CONSERVATION VOLUNTEERS 30000 trees to Londoners
23/09/2019 £3,000 £537,855 THE UPPER ROOM Refurbish the kitchen at The Upper Room, to improve the quality of services on offer as well as increase capacity
19/09/2019 £50,000 £52,560,864 GROW GROW is a life skills education programme that exposes children to nature, teaches them about nutrition and provides a sustainable source of food for schools and the local community. We want to transform our 6 acre field next to the Totteridge Academy into a vibrant working farm.
17/09/2019 £15,000 JMG MANAGEMENT COMPANY LLP Acton Unframed is a street art project that aims to bring street artists to Acton W3. It will deliver 5 murals, which involve a form of unspecified collaboration with the local community. The project aims to attract visitors to the area nad serve as a catchment to engage the community and to inspire commercial and social change in the neighbourhood
17/09/2019 £6,000 £212,397 ANATOLIAN MUSLIMS SOCIETY Proposal is for a new 'Community Herb Garden' to be run by the Anatolian Muslim Society on an unused green space outside the front of a historic building in Edmonton green to include raised beds with herb planting, picnic benches, and new fencing. The aim of this project is to help address the compound challenge of poor healthy lifestyle in Edmonton Green, one of the UK's most deprived areas.
15/09/2019 £50,000 GROW Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 6
15/09/2019 £32,500 ATLANTIC PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL RESCUE Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 6
15/09/2019 £6,500 SE5 FORUM FOR CAMBERWELL Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 6
15/09/2019 £6,000 ANATOLIAN MUSLIM SOCIETY/MEVLANA RUMI MOSQUE Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 6
15/09/2019 £40,000 THE ROYAL DOCKS LEARNING & ACTIVITY CENTRE Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 6
15/09/2019 £3,000 THE UPPER ROOM Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 6
15/09/2019 £12,000 OVALHOUSE Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 6
15/09/2019 £12,000 GOSSIP PROJECTS LIMITED Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 6
15/09/2019 £30,000 THINGS MADE PUBLIC Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 6
15/09/2019 £50,000 HAMMERSMITH COMMUNITY GARDENS ASSOCIATION Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 6
15/09/2019 £25,000 THINKFOUND Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 6
15/09/2019 £50,000 BERMONDSEYSTREET.LONDON Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 6
15/09/2019 £35,000 HACKNEY CHINESE COMMUNITY SERVICES Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 6
15/09/2019 £17,500 FRIENDS OF PARK HILL PARK & RECREATION GROUND Match funding to Crowdfund London Round 6
11/09/2019 £25,000 GOALS 4 GIRLS Active Londoners
11/09/2019 £32,403 ISLINGTON BANGLADESH ASSOCIATION Active Londoners
10/09/2019 £797,019 LB WALTHAM FOREST East London development and construction training/Housing Delivery Team/Creation of dynamic housing supply chain
10/09/2019 £12,000 £1,066,280 OVALHOUSE Working with cihldren to design and build a temporary outdoor performance space for imagination and creativity on the site of a disused playground on Somerleyton Road, Brixton
01/09/2019 £26,000 BALIK ARTS Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £89,600 £96,046 CODE 7 LTD Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £89,571 £20,819,680 CORAM Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £73,505 £402,261 DEAFINITELY THEATRE Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £79,540 £24,229,332 GROUNDWORK LONDON Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £90,000 £466,485 HACKNEY PLAY ASSOCIATION Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £87,780 £101,820 HARROW ASSOCIATION OF SOMALI VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £38,830 £1,126,385 HARROW CLUB W10 Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £37,546 MAGPIE DANCE Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £88,151 £522,893 MAIDEN LANE COMMUNITY CENTRE LTD Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £75,600 £95,021 MAN&BOY Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £89,673 £3,022,127 NATIONAL YOUTH THEATRE OF GREAT BRITAIN Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £75,000 £139,772 PEGASUS OPERA COMPANY Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £66,142 £285,043 PROSPEX Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £58,995 £1,036,061 SALMON YOUTH CENTRE IN BERMONDSEY Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £72,910 £204,941 SCARABEUS AERIAL THEATRE Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £20,000 £51,313 SMART SCHOOL COUNCILS Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £84,734 £221,818 SOUTH HAMPSTEAD AND KILBURN COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £32,883 £1,150,237 TENDER EDUCATION & ARTS Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £90,000 £242,292 THE ADVOCACY ACADEMY Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £62,340 £52,925 THE SCREEN FILM COMMUNITY Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £90,000 £147,550 THE VIOLENCE INTERVENTION PROJECT Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £89,940 £2,419,897 WAC ARTS Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £25,000 £67,108 WALTHAM FOREST DYSLEXIA ASSOCIATION Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £70,395 GLOVES NOT GUNZ Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £72,825 GT SCHOLARS CIC Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £81,000 HILLINGDON AUTISTIC CARE AND SUPPORT Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £89,871 ICONIC STEPS Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £19,000 PLAYING ON COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £63,000 THE REASONS WHY FOUNDATION Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £85,230 TRANSFORMUK Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £77,390 YOUTH FIRST Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £4,515 CENTREPIECES MENTAL HEALTH ARTS PROJECT Art Healing
01/09/2019 £4,800 BETTER AT BIRCHWOOD Our London
01/09/2019 £2,525 THE R.O.M.E.L FOUNDATION LTD Discovering The Arts of Black History
01/09/2019 £3,550 DRAW ON Draw On
01/09/2019 £78,000 ELEMENT Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £75,000 EPIC ELM CIC Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
01/09/2019 £68,518 FREE2B ALLIANCE Positive activities for young people involved in crime or at risk of crime or exclusion
27/08/2019 £554,474 LB ENFIELD Expert Development Adviser/Small Sites Study and Implementation Strategy
27/08/2019 £180,000 LB WESTMINSTER Securing the Future Housing Pipeline
21/08/2019 £500,000 LB HARROW Developing Expertise & Upskilling/Additional Council Housing Study/Small Site Design Code/Small Site Capacity Study/Characterisation Study
21/08/2019 £100,000 LB WANDSWORTH Central Wandsworth EUIA Masterplan SPD
15/08/2019 £55,128 ROSETTA LIFE Active Londoners
10/08/2019 £50,000 HAMMERSMITH COMMUNITY GARDENS ASSOCIATION A new glasshouse creating a green community hub for the benefit of local residents. The new glasshouse will provide a space for gardening, health, and well-being activities all year round
06/08/2019 £366,000 LB MERTON Increasing small sites delivery in Merton
01/08/2019 £4,170 PERFECTING POTENTIAL Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £3,768 DALMAIN ATHELTIC GIRLS FOOTBALL CLUB Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,962 OMNIBUS THEATRE Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £5,000 £1,379,817 ISLINGTON MIND Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £5,000 CROYSUTT WARRIORS GOALBALL CLUB Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £3,800 FUTURE CHALLENGES - UK Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £5,000 CROYDON COUNCIL - REGENERATION TEAM Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,200 UK-IODDA Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,196 WOMEN & FAMILY ASSOCIATION Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £3,119 MARTIAL ARTS & TUTORING FOR UNDERPRIVILEDGED YOUTH (MA&TUY) Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,500 BANOODA AID FOUNDATION Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,968 LONDON PLAYING FIELDS FOUNDATION Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,950 FRENCH AFRICAN WELFARE ASSOCIATION (FAWA) Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,320 WIDE (واسع) Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,973 METRO SPORTS AND SOCIAL CLUB OF THE VISION IMPAIRED Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,940 £45,670 UNION DANCE TRUST LTD Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £5,000 TROPICAL ISLES Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,858 MISGAV Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,650 STEP CHANGE STUDIOS Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £3,435 £78,823 APSARA ARTS Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £5,000 JOURNEY OF HOPE Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,928 MINDFUL PEAK PERFORMANCE Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £5,000 COMMUNITY EDUCATION FOUNDATION & LYNCX (CEF LYNCX) Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,972 LONDON BOROUGH OF MERTON Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £5,000 ART IN THE PARK Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,810 PEDAL POWER CYCLING CLUB Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,178 AFRICAN WOMEN GROUP Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,648 LEONARD CHESHIRE Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £5,000 OSMANI TRUST Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £5,000 BARKING & DAGENHAM UNEMPLOYED PEOPLE'S ASSOCIATION Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £5,000 COPENHAGEN PRIMARY SCHOOL Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,895 MOVEMENTWORKS Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £2,970 ROUND CHAPEL FAMILIES PROJECT - CLAPTON PARK URC Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,871 BEXLEY SNAP Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £5,000 GREENWICH BOUNCERS TRAMPOLINE ACADEMY Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £3,180 GRAHAM SPICER INSTITUTE Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £2,825 INGESTRE COMMUNITY CENTRE Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,930 THE CARIDON FOUNDATION Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £5,000 CHARITY SUPPORT Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,081 BARKING&DAGENHAM EMPOWERING FAMILY TOGETHER.(B&D-ECT) Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £5,000 AGE UK BROMLEY AND GREENWICH Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,375 £365,596 LABURNUM BOAT CLUB Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,430 ABILITY BOW Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £5,000 HARINGEY SPORTS DEVELOPMENT TRUST Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,250 £34,184 THE GOLF TRUST Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,450 SOMALI WELFARE TRUST Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £5,000 KARISMATIC MINDS Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £57,000 CATALYST HOUSING CHARITABLE TRUST Active Londoners
01/08/2019 £4,660 JOY OF SOUND Inclusive Reality Theatre
01/08/2019 £4,500 COMMUNITY CENTRE PUEBLITO PAISA Latin American Connections Festival
01/08/2019 £4,600 COPEF TRAINING SKILLS Africa Youth Music and Drama Project
01/08/2019 £3,844 PARENTS ACTION AND RESOURCE CENTRE (PARC) Telling our stories Africa in London
01/08/2019 £5,000 ACTIVE HORIZONS Ubuntu Project
01/08/2019 £5,000 THE ISLINGTON TURKISH, KURDISH AND CYPRIOT WOMEN'S WELFARE GROUP Handmade arts and crafts
01/08/2019 £3,600 SUTTON SOUTH HELLO Building A Village
01/08/2019 £4,942 OUR COMMUNITY CARES SOLUTIONS Bridging Culture Through Art and Multicultural cooking (DIVERSITY WORKSHOP)
01/08/2019 £4,980 SIGN FOR ALL COMMUNITY LTD Family Film Club
01/08/2019 £3,880 SUTTON AFRICAN CARIBBEAN CULTURAL ORGANISATION Young Creatives
01/08/2019 £5,000 PāKIKI THEATRE Local Heroes
01/08/2019 £4,500 VOICE OUT WOMAN (VOW) LTD VOW Cultural Connections Programme
31/07/2019 £290,000 LB BEXLEY Area Design Codes/characterisation study & design guidance
31/07/2019 £157,000 LB CAMDEN Small Sites
31/07/2019 £525,000 LB LEWISHAM Housing growth team/A21 Development + Intensification Strategy/Suburban Intensification Small + Infill Sites SPD
31/07/2019 £572,696 LB SOUTHWARK Increasing capacity to deliver/Ensuring optimal density and good design
31/07/2019 £37,790 DISABILITY ADVICE SERVICE LAMBETH Active Londoners
29/07/2019 £32,834 £387,345 LONDON SPORTS TRUST Active Londoners
29/07/2019 £72,000 LONDON YOUTH Active Londoners
29/07/2019 £58,947 FULHAM FC FOUNDATION Active Londoners
29/07/2019 £55,049 SPECIAL OLYMPICS GREAT BRITIAN Active Londoners
29/07/2019 £74,954 BROMLEY BY BOW CENTRE Active Londoners
19/07/2019 £521,000 LB CROYDON Croydon's Accelerating Suburban Housing Study/Purley Way (Nth & Sth) &Waddon
19/07/2019 £239,418 LB LAMBETH Design-led capacity assessment - site allocations
19/07/2019 £292,000 LB NEWHAM Newham Housing Delivery Hub
13/07/2019 £546,000 LB HARINGEY Programme support, capability and capacity/Secondment of staff to the Housing delivery team/SDS ProVal Training and Sequel licence
01/07/2019 £5,000 STREET SPACE COMMUNITY CIC All Roads Lead to Valence Park’ is a two-part project which will build on the success of the recent (March 2019), refurbishment of Valence Park playground and outdoor gym which was initiated by local people. Part one will increase positive inter-generational interactions in the playground/gym and basketball court where engagement has revealed a breakdown of trust between teenagers and adults who are mutually suspicious of each other and fearful of the open-plan design of the playground/gym. Working with our partners TGOGC/Ad-lib we will recruit a diverse cohort of 12 local residents, including college aged young people and provide training for them to become Big Community Workout leaders. These leaders will be supported to promote and run free community workouts held at various times of the week designed to inspire trust between existing park members of different backgrounds, and feel better connected to each other. For Part two of the project, Street Space will engage local civil society organisations and reach residents who are not regular visitors to Valence Park and those who identify as isolated, encouraging them to take part in an exciting collaborative design project to tackle physical barriers to the park identified by local residents and encourage more local people to discover Valence Park. Valence Park is in the 100-year-old Becontree estate, once the world's largest social housing project which is historically hard to navigate with reports of early residents getting lost due to the similar housing styles and density across the 40,000-home area. Valence is hidden away from the main bus routes, shopping parades and four of five entrances leading to the park are hidden in a narrow gap in between a row of terrace housing with no signage or markings leading up to the park to encourage a visit. No signage exists linking Valence Park to any of the nearest bus stops, schools or nearby shopping parades. Recent engagement has established many new residents take years to find Valence Park; many are not aware of the installation of the new playground and outdoor gym. A series of walks will act as a catalyst for conversations around way-finding. During the walks we will plot routes to and through the park, share local stories and collaboratively design ideas to improve signage to test together. Examples of test signage could be foot-print stickers, temporary line-markings or signs linking small green spaces, schools or other key destinations to Valence Park.
01/07/2019 £5,000 EXPRESS TUITION Of the 312,466 residents living in Enfield, at the time of the 2011 Census, around two-thirds (64.9%) declared they had been born in the UK, which means 1 in every 3 residents don't speak English as their first language at home, have a tendency to only socialise with people in their own ethnic community, have limited knowledge about the services and facilities in their neighborhood and have proportionately less chances to come together with other Londoners unless they are invited to specific events or programmes. This is a fact witnessed by our own staff and volunteers over long years and about 100 regular beneficiaries visiting our other programmes confirm it on our surveys. That's mainly why we believe sport can bring these people together preventing them from being isolated from the bigger society as it does not stuck in language barrier and it has an ice breaker affect on building strong, unbiased and long lasting relationships among participants. Our project will give beneficiaries better chances in life with better access to sports, training and development to improve their life skills as well as mixing with wider community where they will socialise with a diverse group of people, make friends, gain mutual understanding and respect with the ones whom they might have had prejudgements against earlier. Through providing weekly badminton sessions over 12 weeks for 48 participants under the supervision of experienced coaches, the project will unite Enfield residents through sports activities which will improve the participants' physical abilities in a welcoming atmosphere. Secondly, it will help build stronger communities with more active citizens working together to tackle their problems.
01/07/2019 £3,590 £21,850 ABACEI Our goal is to deliver a social inclusion project with children and young people, in which Capoeira will be the tool for the integration in the community and their skills' development. The activities will take place in Elephant and Castle, Sothwark. We will run 12 weeks of projects, with sessions twice a week for children ages 5-12 and young people 13-19. We will be working with children and young people that come from low income, families that are unemployed, BAME groups, are at risk of social exclusion,offending or are NEET. The prospective project participants come from disadvantaged backgrounds, low income, recent migrants, do not speak English very well, are unemployed, young people subjected to neglect and abuse. They are also members of the community that are at risk of social exclusion and that in general carry sedentary lifestyles. With the low income as common denominator, the majority of the project participants would not be able to participate in activities like the ones we run. Our goal is that the young people can improve their quality of life, meet new people, improve their skills and becoming more active through participation in martial arts and dance.
01/07/2019 £3,360 £243,536 ISLINGTON BOAT CLUB IBC is working put an end to the stigma that people should be limited by age and that ‘you can’t teach an old dog new tricks’. A key problem in the borough of Islington is social isolation and poor health amongst old people, these people are becoming invisible and forgotten in society and it is time to stop this happening. Our Upperdeckers project invites older people in Islington to come and socialise whilst learning new skills, having fun and living life. This project is already successful in its own right but we feel can extend platform to increase our outreach, breakdown social stereotypes, enable the establishment of new friendships that in normal day to day life would not occur and provide opportunities for people to engage in stimulating watersports activities which will lead to improved health both physically and mentally as well as nationally recognised qualifications. 'Upperdeckers - Never too old' will involve older people taking part in a kayaking course which goes towards becoming assistant instructors, opening up volunteering opportunities.Having these individuals take part in this course and then the opportunities available as a result of this are helping to reduce isolation and loneliness. Sport is being used to engage socially isolated groups by creating an environment to build positive relationships with others, giving a sense of purpose and belonging. Older people find themselves in a frustrating position where they may feel that the best of their life is behind them and that their future is limited, but why does this need to be the case? Why should older people be restricted to puzzles and knitting? Why can't they engage in activities that are stimulating and exhilarating? At the end of the course there will be an inter generational open day which will be open to the older people's friends and families as well as our existing youth groups. The older people will be able to showcase what they have learned on their courses. This will go a long way in breaking down stereotypes and prejudices. There is nothing boring or typical about an older person entering the Regents Canal via a 6 foot ramp! Through a common ground of watersports and then opportunities to work together we believe we can help older and younger people establish relationships with one another and ultimately gain a better understanding, acceptance and respect of one another.
01/07/2019 £3,760 INUF We want to run fitness circuit sessions called the INUF Fitness Pursuit aiming towards improving the health and wellbeing of people suffering from mental illness living in Newham. Two exercise sessions will take place in the week, one beginner’s session and one intermediate. The two sessions will run weekly for 12 weeks in a friendly and fun setting. It will be run by a professional fitness instructor who is sensitive to the needs of people suffering from mental illness. Healthy refreshments will also be provided at the end of each session. Approximately 70,000 Newham residents experience common mental health problem each year and 29,000 residents are affected by anxiety and depression at any one time. Many people do not come forward for help, are under-diagnosed or under-recorded. Given Newham’s socio-economic profile it is likely that the number of people affected by mental illness is higher. The number of people recorded as having a severe mental illness (SMI) by Newham GPs is higher than that predicted from national surveys. INUF staff speak to potential service users every week, desperate and alone who have had no holistic support since they suffered a breakdown. There is no adequate provision in Newham for recovery and service users are left isolated in their homes leading to more relapses and further deterioration of their mental & physical health. Our aim is to stop this cycle and prevent conditions from worsening. The INUF Fitness Pursuit will bring people together to achieve a common goal in a non-judgemental environment. People who will participate in the project will have improved feelings of self-esteem, make friends and get fit and healthy together. They will also be encouraged to partake in further activities at INUF and around the borough which can protect from further mental health problems. This will reduce their isolation and give them a greater chance to integrate back into society.
01/07/2019 £4,925 £312,399 DISABILITY SPORTS COACH We run 13 Community Clubs across 12 London Boroughs Club Southwark is one of most popular clubs. Each week, we bring disabled people together from different backgrounds to enjoy regular physical activity while meeting new friends, sharing experiences and developing wider networks of support. The club is incredibly diverse - people from 11 different ethnic backgrounds travel from around London including Southwark, Lambeth and Greenwich. Members also have a range of disabilities, both physical and learning. We encourage parents, carers and siblings to participate. Our specialist coaches tailor sessions according to needs of the group, adapting a sport to make it inclusive for groups with a range of impairments. This helps individuals develop a greater understanding of the challenges faced by others, encouraging them to be more supportive and accepting of each other. The sessions will culminate in a Christmas Club in December, when disabled people tell us they feel more isolated than ever - 43% of disabled children feel excluded from Christmas activities. In response, we held our first Christmas Club in December 2018 with 50 people enjoying themed sports and a lunch, bringing disabled people from across London together. Additionally, we support members to become volunteers at the club and encourage them to take coaching qualifications; 45% of our workforce have a disability, and in March 2019 we won the London Sport Workforce Award. This has a huge impact on the self-esteem of members, as they develop relationships with positive disabled role-models and are motivated to attend their sessions more regularly. In turn, this ensures they strengthen relationships with other members, helping reduce loneliness and isolation while meeting new people from different backgrounds by at our events.
01/07/2019 £4,980 THE HORNBEAM CENTRE We plan to deliver social-weekly led walks by experienced walk leaders & herbalist, that will enable & encourage participants to get active, access green spaces, connect across cultures & backgrounds, learn about the environment & immediate surroundings. The walks will be focusing on women from ethnic minority groups and diverse faith & cultural backgrounds that are prone to isolation. Green-spaces, nature-reserves and forests will be accessed around Waltham Forest & Chingford. Destinations include: Epping Forest, St James Park, Pimp Hall Nature Reserve, Hawkwood, & Jubilee Park. Waltham Forest is one of the most diverse areas in the country where an estimated 48 percent of residents are from minority ethnic background & 40% of the working age BAME women are economically inactive & that leads to social isolation. We focus our work in the 10-20% most deprived areas (high-density inner-city housing). Engaging socially isolated groups by creating an environment for them to build positive relationships with others, this can give a sense of purpose and belonging and better acceptance of one another. Participants will be recruited from various organisations and will represent a variety of backgrounds and cultures. Project outcomes The project will stablish a socially diverse network of women participating in walking, foraging & gardening activities, whilst connecting & engaging with one another, building bridges across cultures. Stronger healthier communities that developed networks, strengthened relationships, shared skills and knowledge, assist one another get active, out of isolation, building confidence, improved health & wellbeing. All all this through FUN exercise driven activities. Aims 1.Empower women through walking, gardening and foraging 2.Strengthen community cohesion through bringing different women groups together to build relationships, reduce prejudice and negative stereotyping between these groups, and increase trust between people and communities 3.Support women to access green spaces and get out of social isolation 4.Develop understanding of nature and eco-systems 5.Build confidence, self-esteem&skills 6.Increase opportunities for social integration, reducing isolation through volunteering participation
01/07/2019 £2,800 £254,640 WEST HAMPSTEAD WOMEN'S CENTRE We will run 12 weekly hour-long "Legs, Bums and Tums" (LBT) exercise sessions for 20 women at our premises. We have been running LBT classes since last October for women aged 60+, which are now over-subscribed with younger women also wanting to join. The changes we are intending to see include reduced social isolation and increased social integration, increased confidence and emotional well-being and improved fitness and mobility. We are confident that we will successfully achieve these outcomes, based on the evidence of our existing LBT classes, including attendance, observation and participants' feedback. The new classes will be targeted at disadvantaged women from diverse communities and will reduce social isolation through fun exercise in a group, encouraging community spirit. They will be a good way of motivating people to keep fit while having fun and making new friends. The sessions will bring Londoners from diverse communities together, including Somali, Eritrean, African, Irish and south Asian women. Many women using our services would not attend mainstream gyms or classes because of cultural reasons or the high cost. A large number of our users experience isolation, long-term physical health or mental health issues such as trauma or depression that can significantly increase their isolation. There is no other women-only centre in the area and users’ feedback reveals that beneficiaries prefer to access services in a safe, nurturing, women-only environment to build trust. Participants doing the same exercises in the class will be encouraged to cheer each other on during the sessions, building their confidence and camaraderie. Improved fitness increases mobility which can significantly reduce isolation. After the classes, the women will have the chance to socialise after the class while eating the healthy snack. Women attending the classes will have direct access to a range of other activities at WHWC to strengthen their connections in the community for a range of further and long term support. These include social support groups for Asian, Irish and Somali women and weekly sewing and crafts classes. Our advocacy, intervention and support service, which lies at the heart of our service provision, provides comprehensive assistance with matters relating to welfare benefits, housing, debt and mental and physical health issues.
01/07/2019 £3,960 MY FIRST 1000 DAYS Our target participants are carers that live or work in the boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark and that come from disadvantaged backgrounds or low income and had not had the opportunity to practice any sports previously and whose lifestyles are sedentary. Our project also focuses in carers that spend most of their time looking after someone with high and/or special needs and are in need to socialise, belong to a group or meet new people, to avoid becoming socially excluded. We will give priority to participants that come from disadvantaged backgrounds, BAME groups, low income or living in poverty. We are also expecting carers looking after people with learning disabilities and mental health issues to attend the classes. The project participants will be able to attend Yoga sessions free of charge. The sessions will take place at different times during the week and the weekend to make sure that we reach to as many project participants as possible. The project venue is located between the Kennington Tube station in Lambeth and the Elephant and Castle Tube station (Southwark). We are applying for grant that will help our organisation to cover the fees of the professional instructors running the sessions. Our project meets GLA Stronger Communities fund's stated criteria because is a project for carers, to improve their emotional and physical well-being and to meet new people, (reducing isolation). Our organisation aims to increase the index of exercise participation and healthy living of people in the community that come from disadvantaged backgrounds. Our project will encourage carers to increase participation in Sport by offering free yoga, (and meditation) classes. The grant will be used to run 36 project hours from September to November 2019. The project will also create new volunteering opportunities. There will be 40 spaces for new project participants and the opening of 5 volunteering roles. Our organisation will establish partnerships and get referrals from other local organisations that also work with carers.
01/07/2019 £5,000 LEARNING THROUGH ARTS "Ubuntu" is an ancient African word for "humanity towards others". We believe it is an ideal name for an open community solidarity project. Ubuntu is a series of weekly African drumming and dance workshops which would bring people of different ages and background together, across various locations in a dynamic sequence of drumming, dance, music creation and friendships. According to the Brent Borough Plan 2015-2019, "Brent is also one of the most culturally diverse boroughs in the UK. People from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds make up 64 per cent of the total population, and we continue to welcome new communities today, such as the growing Eastern European, Filipino and Somali populations. We are proud of our historic ability to welcome different cultures, support their integration and create a borough in which people from different backgrounds and cultures feel they get on well together." Nonetheless, document emphasises the challenge and the for bringing these diverse communities together. It states: "Achieving and maintaining cohesion and promoting integration has to be worked at,however. Citizenship and good relations need to be fostered, nurtured and supported. Different communities need to work to understand each other’s perspectives, and service providers must work to engage with our different communities – from longer-established groups to new arrivals and those who are vulnerable and at risk of being marginalised to understand their needs". Pg. 8 Brent Borough Plan 2015 - 2019. This project will break down barriers and promote intergenerational bonds,- whilst stimulating greater harmony and community cohesion. Twice weekly, participants, irrespective of age or background would be brought together to learn about the origin of drums, learn drum beats, chant, sing and develop some dance routine together. This will create new bonds, understanding and comradery. On a weekly basis, participants would be encouraged to partner with another individual in learning dance routines. This would not only provide an opportunity for physical movement and exercise, but also for social bonding and connection. The rhythmic sounds and the exhilarating frenzy of the drums would transport the participants into their innermost world, enabling them to connect not only with the music being created within the group, but also generate a mutual sense of purpose and accomplishment. This sense of achievement would in turn bring about a new completeness to the group, thus creating a deep sense of understanding, respect and acceptance for others.
01/07/2019 £6,138 COMMUNITY EDUCATION FOUNDATION & LYNCX (CEF LYNCX) YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £8,000 MAIDEN LANE COMMUNITY CENTRE LTD YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £10,000 BADU COMMUNITY CIC YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £5,389 GENERATIONS ACTIVE BFH (MODEL CITY, HOUNSLOW WEST) YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £6,175 THE WINCHESTER PROJECT YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £5,532 HARROW CLUB W10 YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £5,000 BOX UP CRIME YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £8,000 DS FOOTBALL ACADEMY CIC YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £5,267 BECKTON SKILLS CENTRE YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £10,000 POSITIVE ROLE MODELS a 4-week structured project, aimed at boys aged 13yrs-17yrs taking place at Haringey Sixth Form College during the summer holidays. It combines fun basketball sessions with interactive workshops, to help children and young people fulfil their potential, particularly those who are at risk of getting caught up in crime. The project also addresses holiday hunger and will culminate in a fun basketball tournament, with awards and certificates for all, plus an exciting day trip out.
01/07/2019 £9,979 DWAYNE SIMPSON FOUNDATION YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £6,007 HACKNEY MARSH PARTNERSHIP YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £7,986 FIGHT FOR PEACE (UK) YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £9,725 THE ACCESS TO SPORTS PROJECT project provides an extensive, free of charge, multi-sport summer programme to support, engage and retain at-risk young people aged 13+ in high quality sports activities, training and volunteering.
01/07/2019 £9,020 HARINGEY COUNCIL project combines extending an existing multi-sport holiday camp provision and a Tottenham Hotspurs Foundation 5-week football camp. Haringey Community Gold scheme is a Council project that helps to support young people at risk of violence and crime to fulfil their potential.
01/07/2019 £5,000 LONDON BOROUGH HAVERING YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £9,950 ML COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £9,375 HR SPORTS ACADEMY this provision is dedicated to helping children and young people develop new and existing interests and become contributing members of society. Sessions include football, basketball, table tennis and dance.
01/07/2019 £7,880 KEY4LIFE YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £10,000 ACTIVE SPORTING COMMUNITIES YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £9,999 STARS 'N' STRIPES YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £9,940 STUDIO 3 ARTS YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £5,327 MUSHIN SCHOOL OF MARTIAL ARTS YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £8,981 PEACE BALLERS YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £7,000 SOUTHALL COMMUNITY ALLIANCE (SCA) YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £9,000 RIGHT DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £7,814 LONDON RANGERS FC YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £9,100 IGNITE TRUST YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £10,000 HACKNEY WICK FC YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £9,180 THE ST MATTHEW'S PROJECT YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £7,303 CHARLTON ATHLETIC COMMUNITY TRUST YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £8,758 BLACK PRINCE TRUST YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £10,000 UNITED BORDERS YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £5,000 AFRICAN FAMILIES FOCUS AND RELIEF ASSOCIATION YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £10,000 WEST HAM UNITED FOUNDATION YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £9,800 LIMEHOUSE BOXING ACADEMY CIC YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £10,000 KEN TUITT FC YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £9,962 LCR COMMUNITY BASKETBALL LIMITED YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £10,000 UAKCTIVE YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £9,660 RESTORATIVE JUSTICE FOR ALL YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £8,220 SOUTHWARK COUNCIL YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £10,000 XLP YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £9,975 SPORTING FOUNDATION YLF Summer Activity 2019
01/07/2019 £4,000 THE ALHAMBRA TILING PROJECT Unity within Diversity Installation
01/07/2019 £4,964 WEPT (WOMEN EMPOWERMENT PROJECT & TRAINING) Dressmaking and Fashion Design
01/07/2019 £5,000 RICHMOND EAL FRIENDSHIP GROUP Richmond EAL Art and Craft Club
01/07/2019 £5,000 CONNECTED ROUTES C.I.C. Routes
01/07/2019 £4,857 PLACE AT MY TABLE Fashion For Change
01/07/2019 £4,320 BOMBO PRODUCTIONS Moving Voices
01/07/2019 £4,716 DEPTFORD SOCIETY Deptford Pride 2019
01/07/2019 £3,086 THE COMMON HOUSE Common Ground
28/06/2019 £50,000 £791,554 THAMES FESTIVAL TRUST Totally Thames Festival
01/06/2019 £5,000 THE RENA INITIATIVE C.I.C. The Women of White City (The WoWC)
01/06/2019 £4,975 TRAPPED IN ZONE ONE Just Type meets Thames River (Totally Thames Festival)
01/06/2019 £4,745 WALWORTH SOCIETY Walworth an animated history!
01/06/2019 £5,000 FERRY FESTIVAL WORKING GROUP Ferry Festival - Past, present & future
01/06/2019 £4,800 SR EXPRESSIONS Rhythm & Views Film Festival
01/06/2019 £4,761 THE RISE COLLECTIVE Amplify
01/06/2019 £3,236 WOMENS LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE Cultural Fusion
01/06/2019 £4,780 MUSIC FOR WELLBEING 2016 CIC Summertime Sounds
23/05/2019 £23,182 LB WALTHAM FOREST National Park City Festival 2019: Living Symphonies
23/05/2019 £2,000 OUTDOOR PEOPLE National Park City Festival 2019: schools
01/05/2019 £440 £1,208,951 BEDE HOUSE ASSOCIATION National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £400 £3,691,416 LONDON WILDLIFE TRUST National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £500 LB BARKING & DAGENHAM - PARK RANGER SERVICE National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £440 STONEBRIDGE LOCK COALITION National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £500 FRIENDS OF LATCHMERE RECREATION GROUND National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £500 FRIENDS OF WINDRUSH SQUARE /TATE LIBRARY BRIXTON SUB-COMMITTEES OF BRIXTON SOCIETY National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,450 TREE MUSKETEERS National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £2,000 SPURGEON ESTATE TENANTS AND RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,500 FRIENDS OF BRIDGE HOUSE POND National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £2,000 EALING WILDLIFE GROUP National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £2,000 PUPPETS WITH GUTS National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £926 THRIVE National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,790 HORNIMAN MUSEUM AND GARDENS National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,000 EVERYONE ACTIVE National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £2,000 FRIENDS OF GRANGEWOOD PARK National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £500 £808,553 GLOBAL GENERATION National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,700 THE LINE National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,000 HACKNEY PLAY ASSOCIATION National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £500 ILLUMINATED RIVER FOUNDATION National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £500 THE BARING TRUST National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £500 GLOBE COMMUNITY PROJECT National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £400 LB LEWISHAM National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £484 SPORTING RECOVERY CIC National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £472 SEMBLE National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £450 LB BEXLEY National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,850 THE SHARKS National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,200 FRIENDS OF CATOR PARK AND ALEXANDRA RECREATION GROUND National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,660 VISION REDBRIDGE CULTURE & LEISURE National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,900 THE HOPE OF CHILDS HILL National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,300 £63,436,000 SUSTRANS National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,550 FRIENDS OF RAVENSTONE National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,140 SPACEMAX National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £500 THAMES ESTUARY PARTNERSHIP National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £2,000 £798,875 THAMES CHASE TRUST National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,052 KUUMBA KIDS LTD National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,064 NUBIAN LIFE RESOURCE CENTRE LTD National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,150 LB CROYDON National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,138 SURREY DOCKS FARM National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,941 THE COMMUNITY BRAIN National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,082 FRIENDS OF ROSEMARY GARDENS National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,242 FAIR COMMUNITY HOUSING SERVICES National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £876 FRIENDS OF LUXMORE GARDENS National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,600 THE EXCHANGE ERITH LTD National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,960 OUTDOOR PEOPLE National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,600 TIME AND TALENTS National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,000 OUR YARD National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £900 THE FRIENDS OF WANDLE PARK National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £720 DEPTFORDFOLK National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,500 EMPOWERING DEAF SOCEITY National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £2,000 WAYWARD LONDON LTD National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £2,450 NATIONAL TRUST National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,000 £387,345 LONDON SPORTS TRUST National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,385 HOLBORN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,665 £1,027,444 BANKSIDE OPEN SPACES TRUST National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £660 FRIENDS OF GREENWICH PENINSULA ECOLOGY PARK National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £2,000 MYATT'S FIELDS PARK PROJECT National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £1,500 HOUNSLOW ARTS TRUST LTD National Park City Festival 2019 events
01/05/2019 £4,950 THIRD SECTOR MEDIA Close the Gap
01/05/2019 £4,980 GAHU DRAMATIC ARTS Back to our Roots
01/05/2019 £4,820 GRANVILLE COMMUNITY KITCHEN Heritage Walks - Empathy in South Kilburn
01/05/2019 £3,850 EARTHLINGS Bethnal Green Gardens Poetry Treasure Hunt
01/05/2019 £5,000 ROJ WOMEN ASSOCIATION Community Choir for Kurdish and Turkish Women
01/05/2019 £4,000 EMBRACING AGE Performing Memories
01/05/2019 £4,232 HACKNEY YOUNG PEOPLES UNI (HYPU) Sound of the Caribbean and Africa (SOCA)
01/05/2019 £5,000 MAY PROJECT GARDENS CIC Hip Hop Garden: Young Refugees
01/05/2019 £3,000 SOHO GREEN Soho Green Art Loo Restoration
01/05/2019 £2,950 NIKKI AGENCY I was, but just awake
29/04/2019 £35,000 £3,691,416 LONDON WILDLIFE TRUST National Park City Festival 2019: Wildlife
24/04/2019 £36,000 HUBBUB FOUNDATION UK Give it a Grow
01/04/2019 £4,640 ASINATI C.I.C Steadfast Love
01/04/2019 £5,000 BRIXTON WINGS The 'reach and teach' music project
01/04/2019 £4,150 HILLVIEW RESIDENTS' ASSOCIATION Hillview Festival 2019
01/04/2019 £2,828 ANGIE'S KEEP CALM & SING GROUP Transform your health naturally
26/03/2019 £12,000 YOU PRESS Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
26/03/2019 £12,004 £281,894 THE TRAVELLER MOVEMENT Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
26/03/2019 £11,758 £3,044,744 ROYAL ASSOCIATION FOR DEAF PEOPLE Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
26/03/2019 £12,000 £3,420,329 ADVANCE ADVOCACY Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
26/03/2019 £11,999 £1,496,834 HOPSCOTCH WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTRE Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
26/03/2019 £12,000 BLACK OUT UK Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
26/03/2019 £11,830 YOUNG EUROPEANS Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
26/03/2019 £11,620 £1,052,757 SALMON YOUTH CENTRE Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
26/03/2019 £11,956 £105,316 REAP Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
26/03/2019 £11,999 £118,648 DIVERSITY LIVING SERVICES Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
26/03/2019 £12,000 £18,853 SISTAH SPACE Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
25/03/2019 £90,000 LB ENFIELD Towards prodcution and submission of a Green Book compliant business case to the Ministry of Housing
20/03/2019 £4,978 THE BULGARIAN CENTRE FOR SOCIAL INTEGRATION AND CULTURE European Outreach Grant
19/03/2019 £4,940 £683,015 LATIN AMERICAN WOMEN'S RIGHTS SERVICE European Outreach Grant
19/03/2019 £4,960 £38,395 WORK RIGHTS CENTRE (WORC) European Outreach Grant
19/03/2019 £4,870 NEW EUROPEANS European Outreach Grant
19/03/2019 £4,936 MIGRANTS RESOURCE CENTRE European Outreach Grant
13/03/2019 £2,000 £2,874,553 TREES FOR CITIES Contribution to the Lost Words project
10/03/2019 £30,000 THINGS MADE PUBLIC CIC To install a vibrant collection of street art murals throughout Row high street, celebrating the memories and stories of their community and capturing the changin face of the town
07/03/2019 £30,000 OPEN CITY National Park City Festival 2019: Rooftops
01/03/2019 £10,000 £485,221 VOLUNTEER CENTRE KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA Voice in Volunteering This project will support volunteers aged 16-20 over the course of a year to develop skills, knowledge in the fields of communications, media, and the arts. Young people will help deliver the VC's communications strategy, ensuring young people have a voice in volunteering whilst creating links within the media industry and sharing their media knowledge with older volunteers to promote digital inclusion.
01/03/2019 £10,000 £2,874,553 ST MARY'S SECRET GARDEN Buzzin' A nature-based volunteering programme that will work with 2 cohorts of young people for 6 months each. Young people will be trained in bee keeping skills and will volunteer at the community garden. Participants will develop entrepreneurial skills, making beauty and wellbeing products to sell at local markets e.g scented candles and lip balms.
01/03/2019 £10,000 £14,004 INNOVATIVE VISION ORGANISATION Tottenham Young Volunteers Building on a previous pilot project - this project will offer training and volunteering opportunities for young people. Opportunities will include intergenerational activities such as IT and basic computer lessons for the elderly, dance classes for young people and dance and movement exercise for the elderly.
01/03/2019 £50,000 £531,479 SKYWAY CHARITY Social Action Taskforce Young people from Hackney and Southwark will collaborate to design and lead their own social action activities and workshops based on what they identify as local need. They will be supported to fundraise for the activities, encourage others to take part as well as collaborate with organisations in the local community.
01/03/2019 £50,000 £881,536 TENDER EDUCATION AND ARTS Tender Healthy Relationships Working with 3 established youth settings young people will be recruited by Tender to take part in a 10 week programme in their youth setting which provides interactive arts based activities to help participants to understand, identify and avoid domestic and sexual abuse. They will then use the skills and knowledge gained to design a social action project to prevent unhealthy relationships and promote help seeking.
01/03/2019 £41,230 £901,075 CARERS OF BARKING AND DAGENHAM Young Carers Ambassadors Programme Young carers will be supported to become volunteer ambassadors in the community taking part in social action in their schools, at local fun days and with their local dementia service. They will also act as buddies to younger carers whilst receiving training, mentoring and coaching.
01/03/2019 £10,000 £92,439 BREADWINNERS Risers - Life Changing Volunteering for Young Refugees A two-month programme run 4 times a year, supporting young refugees (16-20 years old) and those seeking asylum in London to gain volunteering work experience on market stall selling bread whilst also receiving training and mentoring.
01/03/2019 £4,700 CINEMA CONNECTING COMMUNITY Bollywood films, Chai & Chats
01/03/2019 £5,000 SFIDA KOSOVAN/ALBANIAN/MACEDONIAN AND GORANI COMMUNITY GROUP Coexisting Cultures: Celebrating 20 Years of British Albanians in London
01/03/2019 £2,998 THE PAIN EXCHANGE Art @ The Pain Exchange
01/03/2019 £4,750 THE MOVEMENT FACTORY Build Bridges Not walls
01/03/2019 £4,900 CORDWAINERS GROW CIC Sow and Sew - Community Garden Banner
28/02/2019 £7,852 £178,358 LEADERS IN COMMUNITY Saturday Social Young people will prepare and share a weekly meal, identify ways in which their areas could be improved, discuss ideas of importance and devise social action and volunteering activities or campaigns to address them.
28/02/2019 £9,667 £534,240 CARERS SUPPORT MERTON Caring and Committed Increasing the levels of participation of young carers in the service by developing a fully operational representative committee of young carers to champion and promote the service and a buddy scheme to support newly identified carers.
28/02/2019 £9,800 £272,141 PARTNERSHIP FOR YOUNG LONDON #Flip it Young people from the children in care council will create a youth-led asset based social media campaign profiling the positive contribution of young Londoners. Participants will take part in campaigning, leadership and public speaking workshops whilst engaging with young people across London on their campaign.
28/02/2019 £9,852 £338,804 CARAS COMMUNITY ACTION FOR REFUGEES AND ASYLUM SEEKERS LTD Tooting Plus! A project enabling young asylum seekers to take their first steps in volunteering in their new community, supported by their more experienced peers. The new cohort of volunteers will work with the previous years to deliver activities such as co-leading volunteer training sessions, a specific programme for girls' group, and cofacilitating mental health workshops. The second part of this project will see 10 participants of mixed experience build volunteering relationships with local organisations.

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