Community Impacts is a key part of the Council’s relationship with the voluntary and community sector. The main idea of Community Impacts is that by working closely with the community we will be stronger at tackling some of the toughest problems we have in the borough, both now and in the future.
The England Illegal Money Lending Team has funding available for groups that want to raise awareness of the issues of illegal money lending. The money available has come from the proceeds of crime taken from convicted illegal money lenders.
Contracting opportunities for third sector organisations (TSOs) to provide products or deliver services to, or on behalf of, the London Councils.
HMRC has set aside £1.5 million per year for the next three years for VCSE organisations to provide advice and support to HMRC customers who need extra help understanding and complying with their tax obligations. Grants will range from £10,000 to £450,000 with a maximum threshold set at 50% of the organisation’s turnover (last audited […]
Grants and in-kind support are available to voluntary sector legal agencies that provide specialist legal advice in London and the Home Counties to help them to become Centres of Excellence.
Funding is available to enable survivors of domestic violence and trafficking, and victims of hate crime in London to access high quality specialist support services.
Contracting opportunities for VCSE organisations to provide products or deliver services to, or on behalf of, Metropolitan Police.
A new 10-year £30 million loan fund has been set up for registered charities and social enterprises based and working in the UK. Loans of between £250,000 and £3 million are available to support registered charities and social enterprises working to improve the economic and social well-being of individuals, particularly those who are vulnerable and disadvantaged, within the UK.
Grants are available to individuals in Camden, The City of London, Enfield, Hackney, Hounslow, Tonbridge & Malling and Tunbridge Wells living on a very low income who have been cut off from society. living with mental health issues in recovery from substance/alcohol use victims of domestic violence. Visit their website for details.
The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust has launched its new grant programmes. Its key priorities are:
Peace and Security
Power and Accountability
Rights and Justice