Resource for London and Bellingham Community Project
Resource for London
It is a registered charity, controlled by Trust for London, and has been designed to provide the support, facilities and services that the thousands of charitable organisations in London require in order to meet London’s needs.
Bellingham Community Project
Since the 1930s the Trust has owned playing fields in Bellingham, Lewisham, London SE6.
Bellingham is one of the poorest wards in the London Borough of Lewisham located in South East London. Bellingham Community Project (BCP) was originally established by the Trust for London and registered as a charity in 1993. It has a long leasehold interest in a 12 acre site owned by the Trust for London.
From our Twitter
At any one time, our funding is supporting up to 300 organisations and our average grant is worth £70,000. Read a review of our funding from 2013 - 2017 here https://bit.ly/2Zo6kEr16 Jun 2019
Research from @LivingWageUK shows that over 5 million people in Britain are in low-paid and insecure work. The #LivingHours campaign calls for employers to provide security of working hours, as well as paying at least the #LivingWage https://bit.ly/2MI5HUT15 Jun 2019
This increase is since 2008, not 2018.14 Jun 2019
Grenfell. Two years on. It felt then like it would be the test of us, what we are like as a city and as a political class. I fear we are failing the test.14 Jun 2019