Resource for London: Annual Review 2018
Resource for London is the largest charity centre in London, and a subsidiary of Trust for London.
Resource for London is where London's voluntary sector comes together to work, meet and exhibit. It delivers outstanding social impact within the voluntary sector in many ways. It is home to a number of important organisations addressing poverty and inequality in the capital.
For the last 25 years, the Centre has grown to become a key hub for the sector providing offices, conference, training and meeting rooms, offices and exhibition space.
2018 was a year of real success for the charity in terms of building on the progress made over 25 years and in bringing forward important new projects designed to achieve their vision of being a vibrant centre for activities addressing poverty and inequality in London.
This Annual Review looks back over the last two and half decades as well as forward for their plans for the years ahead.
From our Twitter
The new @fawcettsociety Sex & Power Index finds that women are still vastly underrepresented in positions of power. They're calling on the gov to improve the gender #PayGap by requiring companies to publish action plans & introduce reporting by ethnicity http://bit.ly/2tI0gwn23 Jan 2020
If you're a charity that supports women and girls, you have until Fri 24 Jan to apply to @Media_Trust Women's Voices event. Gain free communications advice from media and creative industry pros at this event celebrating International Women’s Day. https://bit.ly/2QRfk3T20 Jan 2020
Why does it cost people on low incomes more to borrow money on credit, or heat their home? @CarlPackman from our grantee @FairByDesign explains the #PovertyPremium on the latest episode of @SmartMoneyPPL ‘Money Bites’ podcast. You can listen here: http://bit.ly/FBDpodcast pic.twitter.com/EHbUsnal6f23 Jan 2020
"In the UK wealth inequality is twice as bad as income inequality"- interesting piece in @Independent from @robertnpalmer , head of @TaxJusticeUK , our grantee who we provide funding towards to campaign on highlighting inequality & championing smarter taxes http://bit.ly/2TPMvGH23 Jan 2020