We may occasionally fund work to tackle poverty and inequality which falls outside our funding programmes.
Organisations will need to demonstrate clearly how the work is exceptional or how your organisation is developing genuinely innovative approaches to address these issues; or that an exceptional need has arisen. You will need to speak to us if you wish to apply under this heading. Generally we will only make a few grants under this category each year.
Find out if your work is eligible by downloading our funding guidelines.Trust for London Funding Guidelines full document update Jun19 150dpi.pdf 802.4 KB
From our Twitter
Thanks to everyone who got involved in #LDNChallengePoverty Week this year fantastically coordinated by @4in10 , uniting voices against #poverty in #London & raising awareness of what can be done to tackle it. Let's build on this momentum & continue to work together to #SortItOut pic.twitter.com/PkY7HM1m4b20 Oct 2019
. @LAWALondon & @LBWPWomen recently released ‘A Roof, Not A Home’ addressing housing experiences of Black & minoritised women survivors of gender-based violence. The report explores the 1st year of the Trust funded project Women Against Homelessness & Abuse http://bit.ly/2W8oppQ pic.twitter.com/xOOtppEpFW23 Oct 2019
We’re proud to be part of the Migration Exchange as funders aiming to improve the lives of migrants & receiving communities. The network is looking for proposals to deliver a Leadership Development for #SocialChange programme. Closing 11 Nov, details here http://bit.ly/33WuzvX pic.twitter.com/1L1UTh0NF623 Oct 2019
Today the International #CleanAirSummit will be held in #London , bringing together policy makers and experts to explore the global issue of #AirPollution . @MayorofLondon Sadiq Khan argues that extra funding for environmental issues is key https://on.ft.com/33QijwW23 Oct 2019