£10,000 of £100,000
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Funding for charitable projects which are tackling poverty and inequality in London. Projects should show how community involvement is core to what they are doing.
£100,000 to tackle poverty and inequality in the capital
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.
Trust for London and City Bridge Trust have £100,000 available to organisations using crowdfunding to raise funds and deliver projects which will benefit Londoners and the communities they live in. Successful projects will be delivering practical solutions to support people on low incomes, led by communities that will benefit from the work.
The Improving life for Londoners fund will provide up to 50% of the target (up to a max of £10,000), with projects expected to raise at least the first 25% from the Crowd.
Projects that fit the bill
Connecting refugees & locals to swap activities & skills by the hour for free.
To provide free professional debt counselling services for Lewisham residents through home visits and help lift them out of debt and poverty
AS SEEN IN TIME OUT! Help children grow their surplus food project. STRETCH TARGET ADDED - be a #foodwastewarrior and pledge!
Our Helping Hands Food Bank aims to stop the most vulnerable refugee and asylum seekers in Lewisham from going hungry.
Supporting the vulnerable and bringing the community together, offering advice, support, training and hot meals, every day.
Springboard Youth Academy wants to run a unique summer program for refugee young people!
To develop a community hub in Norman Park offering training & employment opportunities & a range of inclusive activites for disabled people
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