We have seven funding programmes:
Good homes & neighbourhoods
Funding for advocacy work on housing issues and housing legal advice at a specialist level.
Progression routes out of low-paid work; specialist employment legal advice; advocacy on employment issues and capacity-building.
Decent living standards
Welfare reform, the cost of living, and public attitudes to poverty. Representation and strategic legal action in social welfare law.
Advocacy work on understanding and reducing income and wealth inequality in London.
Pathways to settlement
Specialist immigration legal advice and advocacy work on the immigration system and pathways to citizenship.
Funding for second-tier and specialist organisations to help other organisations develop their skills.
Small grants for small groups with an annual income under £100,000. Funding for campaigning, advice and community activities in isolated areas.
Low income Londoners and Welfare Reform
Out of Pain: Breaking the cycle of physical pain and homelessness
Moving On Up: Young black men in London's Financial sector: aspirations and experiences
What Britain thinks: Comparing views across London and other regions
From our Twitter
This week is London Challenge Poverty week, a chance for people to speak out about poverty across the capital. We will be tweeting about the reality of poverty in London throughout the week, and what we we must do as a society to solve it. #LDNChallengePoverty @4in1015 Oct 2018
We are looking forward to our event with @LCPAlliance about what Councils and Councillors can do to help residents struggling with #UniversalCredit It starts at 9:00am today at the Museum of London. #LDNChallengePoverty19 Oct 2018
Do you want to help to promote solutions to poverty & inequality in London? Apply to join our communications team. Deadline is this Monday. #charityjobs https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/about/vacancies/communications-officer-role/ …18 Oct 2018
Balancing career and family responsibilities is very important for many working parents. The flexible working arrangements described in this article are great, but this is not always possible for many people, especially due to childcare costs in London. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/thinking-man/work-life-balance-secrets-negotiated-flexible-working-could/ …18 Oct 2018
1 in 10 renters are picking up energy bills of previous occupants - costing them £102 on average. This is another hidden price of renting which contributes to the high and unpredictable costs for tenants. https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/renters-left-hook-102-peoples-13432590 …18 Oct 2018