Small grants to charitable organisations for work which relieves poverty, sickness and distress in London.
Grants are available to not-for-profit organisations providing services to residents in the former Metropolitan Borough of Hampstead for the relief of need, hardship or distress. Applications may be made at any time and they will be considered at one of the eight Trustee meetings throughout the year. Smaller grants are considered more frequently.
The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust has launched its new grant programmes. Its key priorities are:
Peace and Security
Power and Accountability
Rights and Justice
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 Calleva Foundation, offers grants to charitable organisations undertaking projects in the following areas: Education, Medicine, Social welfare, The arts, Animal welfare and Children’s holidays.
Sir John Cass’s Foundation is one of London’s largest educational charities benefiting young residents of inner London. The Foundation operates a two stage application process – an initial enquiry and a full application stage.
Funding is available to tackle food poverty and provide money, debt and housing advice in London.
Through our grant-making we seek to make a difference by acting as a ‘catalyst’ for change. This could be to develop a new project or improve existing services. We recognise there are social determinants of ill-health, and that for change to be sustainable, beneficiaries must be active and informed participants.
Grants of between £1,000 and £20,000 are available to support work where there is clear evidence of benefit to those experiencing food poverty, disadvantage or isolation in London.
The Improving life for Londoners fund helps organisations based and working in London to deliver projects which will address inequality and lift people out of poverty in the capital.