There are a few different ways to see what projects we’ve funded, depending on what you are interested in.
We have a map, where you can explore our grants and filter by different themes and dates.
We also produce a list of what we’ve funded each year - this is a complete list of our grants in an easy to read format.
Finally, we also make more data available in the 360Giving format, which you can read more about below. The spreadsheet isn’t the easiest to read directly – but means our data can be explored through other tools like 360Giving Insights and GrantNav.
Interactive map of recent grants
To see our most recent grants on an interactive map click here.
You can download our full funding lists for 2019 and 2018 below.
List of grants
You can see funding lists of previous grants covering 2017 - 2007 here.
360GivingGrants List 2019 (360 Giving) 58.7 KB Grants List 2018 (360 Giving) 66.4 KB Grants List 2017 (360 Giving) 63.8 KB
We are working with 360Giving to make data about our grant-making freely accessible, so that funders and charities across the UK can use data to improve grant-making practice.
The spreadsheet contains details of all grants awarded by Trust for London, formatted to the 360Giving data standard. The Trust will continue to publish new grants via 360Giving for every funding round.
This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. This means the data is freely accessible to anyone to be used and shared as they wish. The data must be attributed to Trust for London.
From our Twitter
We’ve pledged £500,000 to an emergency support fund to help community & voluntary organisations in #London facing immediate financial pressures & uncertainty because of #COVID19 The scheme is co-ordinated by the fantastic @LondonFunders Read more https://bit.ly/39ozAzS pic.twitter.com/wp2WbRs1yx25 Mar 2020
For #London charities & community groups in need of additional digital support or advice, @LDN_gov has created a Digital Support Access Form to help match you with organisations or volunteers who can help You can find the form below https://bit.ly/2JDXdtr2 Apr 2020
'It is time to make amends to the low-paid essential worker’ @sarahoconnor_ writes in the @FT on how #COVID19 is shining a light on low paid jobs. We want better work for everyone, where those in work are treated with decency, respect & paid at least a #LivingWage https://twitter.com/FinancialTimes/status/1245667339011608577 …2 Apr 2020
*IMPORTANT – HELP NEEDED* Is your charity facing financial difficulties because of the #coronavirus crisis? Let us know the details by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org now so we can explain to the government the problems you're facing. Please share with your networks.20 Mar 2020
An important read from @CarnegieUKTrust & @LearnWorkUK on the future of the #MinimumWage , demonstrating the impact of low pay on worker wellbeing, family life,health & insecurity We're proud to be on the advisory group & later in 2020, plan to share a #London specific report https://twitter.com/CarnegieUKTrust/status/1245007695096221697 …2 Apr 2020