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We fund work which tackles poverty and inequality in the capital. We support work providing greater insights into the root causes of London’s social problems and how they can be overcome; activities which help people improve their lives; and work empowering Londoners to influence and change policy, practice and public attitudes. We have seven funding programmes for 2018-2022, details of which can be found in our funding guidelines.
Are you eligible?
- Please read our full funding guidelines carefully to check whether your proposed work fits our priorities by clicking here. You can read the accessible format (easy read) by clicking here. A summary is also available to download here.
- If you are confident your work meets our funding priorities you will need to complete our on-line application form by clicking here.
- You can also download a document containing all of the questions in the application form by clicking here.
- If you are looking for our new funding stream for Deaf and Disabled People's organisations then click here.
Please note we only accept applications via our on-line process.
There are three closing dates for applications:
- 5th October 2018, 1pm
- 5th February 2019, 1pm
- 4th June 2019
Applications must be received by 1pm on the closing date. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered until the next closing date.
Some of the answers you are looking for might be available in our answers to frequently asked questions.
If you are having problems or have any questions about your eligibility to receive funding then please contact us.
If you are having problems with our on-line application process please contact us.
Find out if your work is eligible by downloading our funding guidelines.Trust for London Funding Guidelines 116.0 KB Easy read funding guidelines 1.6 MB
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Wages are higher in London than in the rest of the country, but not high enough to cover the engorged cost of living in the capital. Housing costs are the most significant contributor to this. We need more housing which ordinary Londoners can afford to rent. #ukhousing21 Sep 2018
The UK's housing problems are complex, and we need a brave vision to address it. But in London, there is one aspect of it which is straightforward. We need to build more homes. The UK's top 5 hotspots for supply shortages are all in London. https://news.sky.com/story/line-18-uks-housing-crisis-wont-be-solved-by-building-more-homes-11503447 … pic.twitter.com/2c8ttiPwlo21 Sep 2018