Challenges – Reflections on funding and change in London 1986-2007
A reflection on our work over the past 21 years, written by our previous Clerk, Tim Cook.
Challenges: reflections on funding and change in London 1986-2007.
The report describes some of the major initiatives which the Foundation and Trust have undertaken, and provides sources of further information.
From our Twitter
Want to see a full list of all the projects and research we’ve funded in 2019, tackling #poverty & #inequality across the capital? A downloadable list is now available on our website, alongside our interactive map and @360Giving data http://bit.ly/2QZ1mgF pic.twitter.com/qbG5HkvKv81 Dec 2019
Excellent work @CitizensEaling supporting our work with @trustforlondon for more #affordablehousing https://twitter.com/citizensuk/status/1203980833188712449 …10 Dec 2019
Thanks to all our grantees who took the time to share #MayoralElection plans @CitizensUK @Stonewallhousin @advice4renters @ClientEarth @LondonLeap @FairLondon @equalitytrust @ToynbeeHall @PYL_London @neweuropeansUK @doteveryone @UKSustain @LCPAlliance @LondonFunders , DASL & Shift pic.twitter.com/aoZpE6NhiV10 Dec 2019
As @Petebrierley #LondonCitizens @CitizensUK opened with,we’re all working out the best way to disrupt the natural course of political flow to achieve social change which puts needs of Londoners experiencing poverty & inequality first whilst slicing problems into attainable goals pic.twitter.com/E1Vtuv5RaC10 Dec 2019
This morning we’ve brought together many of our grantees to share their organisations’ plans for the upcoming Mayoral election campaign to explore synergy & overlap, to ultimately achieve more wins which tackle poverty & inequality in our city #LondonMayoralElection pic.twitter.com/O3kR8ucfwZ10 Dec 2019