60 second overview
We support a range of work to support groups of Londoners who face sustained and systemic disadvantage. For example, we support work to improve the lives of disabled people and those groups who may struggle to find employment.
We also fund work to improve society for all Londoners for example through our funding for a joint initiative on social integration which we are running in conjunction with the Mayor of London.
English language use and proficiency of migrants in the UK
How can we strengthen the voice of people with lived experience in campaigns for social change?
Moving On Up: Young black men in London's Financial sector: aspirations and experiences
What Britain thinks: Comparing views across London and other regions
From our Twitter
A new report says that elderly people living in the UK suffer some of the highest levels of poverty in western Europe. Our @PovertyLondon data shows that 19% of London’s pensioners live below the poverty line, higher than anywhere else in England (14%) http://bit.ly/2P6l76w20 Aug 2019
@theguitarsocial turned to the crowd to support their mission of using guitar lessons to help isolated and vulnerable communities £11,628 by the crowd £10,000 from @trustforlondon @GWR for longest guitar lesson http://Crowdfunder.co.uk/guitar-social20 Aug 2019
Low-income groups will be disproportionately affected by rises in the price of food and fuel according to a government document outlining the likely aftershocks of a no-deal Brexit http://bit.ly/2ZetZXE20 Aug 2019
Thanks @trustforlondon for your commitment to tackle poverty and inequality in #London . Special thanks for supporting our project at @RProgramme working with migrants in #Newham offering legal advice and practical support when people need it most. #CharityTuesday https://twitter.com/trustforlondon/status/1163344344230711296 …20 Aug 2019