A list of funding opportunities from the GLA from sports to arts to community inclusion including dates of related seminars.
The Hedley Foundation supports registered charities in the UK for up to £5,000 mainly for young people with their education, creation, support, training, health and welfare.
Delivery is expected to take place between January 2019 and September 2019.
The Mayor is offering a total of £150,000 to improve awareness of free early education for 2-year-olds and increase take up of places by eligible families. City Hall will award a maximum of 30 grants of between £5,000 and £15,000 each to local projects.
The WHSmith Group Charitable Trust is an independent registered charity that aims to support local charities in communities across the UK, and additionally to promote literacy and a love of reading. The Trust repurposes the proceeds from the compulsory carrier bag levies to charitable causes that support the community.
Grants are available for small, charitable organisations in Inner London to relieve poverty, disadvantage and homelessness; assist those who are elderly and infirm, and to support people with disabilities; and enhance education.
The Henry Plumb Foundation funds young people (18-35) with interests, business ideas, study plans that will lead to a career in the agricultural or food industry.
This is open to educational establishments and youth organisations. Once on this programme, participants can also access the Leader Award, Small Grant Funds and Educational Visits Grant.
Contracting opportunities for third sector organisations (TSOs) to provide products or deliver services to, or on behalf of Roehampton University.
Grants for local organisations that promote educational projects for disadvantaged people in the London Boroughs of Camden, Islington and City of London.
The Foundation recognises that young people get considerable benefit from taking part in educational visits.