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.FinalTrust for London Funding Guidelines full document update Oct18 5.pdf 801.6 KB
From our Twitter
Our Moving on Up initiative is designed to improve employment prospects for young black men. We’re seeking a new partner to deliver an evaluation of its effectiveness. Deadline 28 May. Details here https://bit.ly/2InMJ2V22 Apr 2019
The latest Living Standards Index for London from @policy_practice identified Enfield, Barnet, Camden and Sutton as having the highest proportion of families in serious financial difficulty @Welfare_Weekly https://bit.ly/2X8P6K822 Apr 2019
Interested in working with us and @MayorofLondon to tackle London’s housing challenges? Come to an information evening on Tuesday 23 April to discuss how your organisation become involved with the #London #Housing Panel #community https://bit.ly/2PewPsm21 Apr 2019