The Foundation is committed to transforming employment for young people.
Two Magpies has just launched https://www.twomagpiesfund.co.uk They give out small grants (up to £15,000) to charities and community organisations, working with women who have experienced abuse and children growing up in poverty and difficult circumstances.
The Childhood Trust supports charities in London working with children and young people from low income backgrounds. Working in partnership with The Big Give, the Trust builds charities’ capacity to run fundraising campaigns and leverages match-funding for the money raised.
The Tanza Trust was established on 10th February 2011, and registered with the Charity Commission in March 2011.
The Trust grants funds to individuals and organisations to support their work in 2 areas:
Grants of up to £10,000 per-annum are available to charities running projects that support disadvantaged young people, to help them move into meaningful work.
A list of funding opportunities from the GLA from sports to arts to community inclusion including dates of related seminars.
Apply for a grant of between,£500 – £2,500, to go towards a day trip or a longer holiday up to 7 days.
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.
Jewish Child’s Day aims to assist disabled, disadvantaged, neglected or abused Jewish children worldwide. Grants may be given for items of equipment or a specific project.
The Mayor has created the Young Londoners Fund to help London’s children and young adults make the most of our amazing city.