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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7748Thames Reach
The funding is to fund a part-time (30 hours a week) Employer & Stakeholder Engagement (ESE) worker. Employed by Thames Reach this worker will be a shared resource, working across the three organisations. From this post, Thames Reach will learn how to increase the scale of in-work progression.
GBP14700010/11/201836
GB-COH-10098652
Thames Reach010098652LondonE05011115St Giles
Thames Reach aims to end street homelessness. Their mission is to ensure that all Thames Reach service-users are able to find and sustain a decent home, develop supportive relationships and lead a fulfilling life. They achieve this by providing services in outreach, hostels, tenancy-support, information and guidance, basic skills, volunteering and employability.
http://www.thamesreach.org.uk
Croydon,Lambeth,Southwark
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7742New Economics Foundation
The funding is to demonstrate a new approach to worker organising in London, by partnering with trade unions and other allies to coordinate strategic campaigns targeting specific employers in sectors of low pay and insecure conditions, with an aim to win better work conditions for precarious workers.
GBP8400010/11/201824
GB-COH-03193399
New Economics Foundation03193399LondonE05000427Prince's
NEF is the UK’s people-powered think-tank with a mission to transform the economy so that it works for people and the planet. It specialises in high quality, independent research and policy development based on a decades-long tradition of working with diverse communities to deliver tangible change on the ground.
http://www.neweconomics.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7738Institute for the Future of Work
The funding will allow IFOW to deploy the civic enterprise method of research and policy development in two major sectors in which significant disruption is anticipated in London: transport and retail. The IFOW will use the method to identify and co-create solutions to key challenges faced by workers in those sectors.
GBP5000010/11/201812
GB-COH-11263261
Institute for the Future of Work011263261LondonE05000644St James's
The Institute for the Future of Work (IFOW) is dedicated to making work better and fairer. The IFOW believes that helping individuals, business, unions and government work together across different domains to advance this mission is the best way to make sure that technological innovation and social justice advance together.
http://www.ifow.org
London-wide,National
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7737Nucleus Community Action
The funding is for the costs to help expand the Employment Advice and Representation at Tribunal Help Project (EARTH project) provision to meet demand. Solicitors and trainee solicitor volunteers will provide employment advice, negotiations and settlements, and litigation for disadvantaged people working in Hammersmith & Fulham, Ealing, Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea
GBP15000010/11/201836
GB-COH-01202541
Nucleus Community Action01202541LondonE05009395Earl's Court
Nucleus Community Action is a community advice centre providing social welfare advice, information, training, and representation to disadvantaged people in the London boroughs of Westminster, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham and Kensington & Chelsea. Services are provided by solicitors and other specialist staff alongside trained volunteers who are usually trainee solicitors.
http://www.nucleus.org.uk
Ealing,Hammersmith & Fulham,Kensington & Chelsea,Westminster
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7731UpRising Leadership
The funding is for a part-time Relationships Manager (RM) to work with employers to address the needs and barriers faced by low-paid and under-employed 18-25 year-olds by: understanding the barriers to progression young people face, gaining commitment to change employment practices, improving pathways and progression routes
GBP7500010/11/201824
GB-COH-08252639
UpRising Leadership08252639LondonE05009323Canary Wharf
UpRising is a UK-wide youth leadership development organisation.  Our mission is to open pathways to power for talented young people from diverse backgrounds and ensure communities have leaders that truly represent them. UpRising equips young people with the knowledge, networks, skills and confidence to fulfil their leadership and employment potential.
https://uprising.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7717Women into Construction
The funding is to deliver advice and guidance, training and mentoring to support 40 low-paid female construction workers move into better paid, more secure employment in the sector. It will identify barriers and challenge employers’ working practices to support women to progress in their careers and close the gender pay gap.
GBP8000010/11/201824
GB-COH-08986384
Women into Construction08986384LondonE05009373Hackney Downs
WiC provides work experience, training, mentoring, and financial support for disadvantaged women to access sustainable employment and develop long term careers in the Construction sector. It supports employers to promote inclusive work environments, to recruit, retain and progress women in their companies and to diversify the industry.
http://www.women-into-construction.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7715Hackney Community Law Centre
The funding is to provide specialist employment advice, casework and representation to people living and working in Hackney and surrounding areas in all aspects of employment and in discrimination law and to help improve employees understanding of their employment rights and entitlements in the workplace.
GBP11500010/11/201836
GB-COH-02662363
Hackney Community Law Centre02662363LondonE05009376Homerton
HCLC provides legal advice and assistance to people in the London Borough of Hackney, and the surrounding area, particularly those people experiencing hardship in their daily life through lack of sufficient income to support themselves and/or their families. The HCLC assists people by providing advice and casework.
http://www.hclc.org.uk
HackneyGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7714Urban Partnership Group
The funding is to provide a bespoke careers advice service to work with people on low pay, zero hours and insecure contracts (one third of the cohort being Uber and cab drivers), to move participants into better paid, secure jobs. and focus research on obstacles, challenges and solutions to better employment for drivers.
GBP9600010/11/201836
GB-COH-03446256
Urban Partnership Group03446256LondonE05000250Addison
Urban Partnership Group is a community and regeneration organisation offering education, sports and leisure activities in the Masbro Centre, Brook Green Centre, Edward Woods Centre and in other community settings. Its mission is to build community involvement, economic, social and environmental regeneration in Hammersmith & Fulham and surrounding areas.
http://www.upg.org.uk
Hammersmith & Fulham
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7733HostNation
The funding is for a small team to continue to deliver community-based social provision amongst marginalised asylum seekers, refugees and migrants in London's outer boroughs. The funding is for running costs to maintain and develop a digital platform and for two staff salaries to deliver project outcomes.
GBP4000010/11/201824
GB-CHC-1180004
HostNation11800040LondonE05000131Cantelowes
HostNation is an online refugee befriending service.  It scales up and accelerates social befriending opportunities in Greater London by using technology to connect and introduce people face-to-face in their local communities. We match referred refugees to local, screened befrienders to facilitate new, inter-cultural friendships, tackle chronic loneliness and promote integration.
https://www.hostnation.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Activities in isolated communities
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7726Ethiopian Women's Empowerment Group
The funding is to cover the cost of providing an advice and information service to Ethiopian women, and women from other ethnicities, who are affected by the Grenfell fire. The service will aim to improve their lives, health and confidence and to offer access to advice and information. 
GBP6000010/3/201836
GB-CHC-1120326
Ethiopian Women's Empowerment Group11203260LondonE05009399Notting Dale
EWEG is a community-based organisation dedicated to  to BAMER  women  in order for them to live healthy lives, learn skills, build confidence and develop a sense of belonging. As a result of their work, women will improve their independence, tackle poverty  and access the mainstream services.
http://www.eweg.org.uk
Hammersmith & Fulham,Kensington and Chelsea,Westminster
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Activities in isolated communities
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7735Federation of Iraqi Refugees
The funding is for FIR to continue providing support, advice and advocacy to London’s Iraqi refugee community, including those with the right to remain, asylum seekers and those held in detention centres. This includes immigration advice, referrals to other agencies and solicitors, advocacy work, accessing welfare benefits and promoting integration.
GBP6000010/3/201836
GB-CHC-1092340
Federation of Iraqi Refugees10923400LondonE05000368Caledonian
Federation Iraqi Refugees (FIR) provides growing and develop advice, support and integration work with the London Iraqi refugee community, including refugees held in detention centres. Through their self-help model, FIR  addresses the severe needs facing the community and develops collective responses to integral wider human rights and justice issues.
http://www.fir-fedration.com
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Advice
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7730Bangladesh Youth Movement
The funding is to provide general advice on issues including welfare benefits, housing and health issues for BAMER and Bangladeshi communities experiencing severe poverty. The funding will enable access to community centres and supports for individuals and families, which will lead to an improved quality of life. Volunteers will also be engaged as active contributors to the community. 
GBP4500010/3/201836
GB-COH-02045625
Bangladesh Youth Movement02045625LondonE05009336Whitechapel
BYM supports people from BAMER and Bangladeshi Communities in Tower Hamlets to redress their exclusions and disadvantage in order that they might receive a solid education, gain employment related skills and equal access to services which enable them to integrate, compete for jobs and live healthy and independent lives.
http://www.bym.org.uk
Tower Hamlets
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Advice
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7719
Polish and Eastern European Christian Family Centre
The funding is for extending advice work to 2 days/week to meet the demands of Eastern European clients, who are not covered by local advice services (those who may be homeless, unemployed, elderly, face a language barrier, or have no access to public funds) to fight their isolation, disconnection and vulnerability
GBP4500010/3/201836
GB-COH-06020288
Polish and Eastern European Christian Family Centre
06020288LondonE05000276Northumberland Park
PEEC supports Eastern European migrants to settle in the UK and become valuable members of the community. We focus on the most vulnerable – those who do not speak English, lack qualifications, etc. PEEC advises individuals on health, housing and work and organize activities to overcome cultural barrier.
http://www.peec.org.uk
Haringey,London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Advice
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-08.10.18-G34National Survivor User Network - NSUN
The funding is to support BME mental health service users to have a stronger voice about the services they receive.
GBP350010/24/20186
GB-COH-07166851
National Survivor User Network - NSUN07166851LondonE05000426Oval
Ealing Centre for Independent Living is run by disabled people for disabled people; working to eliminate the income gap between disabled people and none-disabled people locally, and to raise disabled people out of poverty by providing support and pathways into work.
https://www.nsun.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Voice
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7724Latin Elephant
The funding is for increasing BAME traders collective voice and influence, preventing displacement of BAME traders, promoting retention of SMEs and access to affordable retail space, engaging BAME communities and improving understanding in planning and regeneration and to present evidence of the diverse social benefits of BAME traders and economies to public policy makers.
GBP3000010/3/201824
GB-CHC-1158554
Latin Elephant11585540St AlbansE05004787Clarence
Latin Elephant promotes innovative ways of engaging and incorporating migrant and ethnic groups in processes of urban change. Regionally, it represents marginalised migrant communities through advocacy, platforming their views and influencing urban policy, and on a local level supports BAME traders throughout regeneration processes by increasing inclusion, engagement and participation.
http://www.latinelephant.org
SouthwarkGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Voice
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7718Organiclea
The funding is for carrying out honest, in-depth research on how the food movement interacts with gentrification, power, and privilege through supporting member-projects to evaluate accessibility and representation in community food growing spaces. We will produce a best practice toolkit for others to apply in their own contexts.
GBP1650010/3/201812
GB-COH-05135926
Organiclea05135926LondonE05000603Lea Bridge
Organiclea is a network of community food growing projects in London which grow healthy and sustainable food. It is a voice for London community food growers, and it connects, cooperates and supports food growers within and beyond our neighbourhoods.
https://www.cfgn.org.uk/
Brent,Enfield,Merton,Sutton
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Voice
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-RRI.29.11.18-8Stay Safe East
The funding is for Stay Safe East to employ a Benefits and Entitlements Adviser to support deaf and disabled survivors of abuse to access welfare benefits and other entitlements, provide budgeting support where needed, produce guidance on income needs of disabled survivors and to identify issues for disabled survivors in relation to benefits and poverty.
GBP11970011/29/201836
GB-CHC-1153615
Stay Safe East11536150LondonE05000591Cathall
Stay Safe East promotes the human rights of deaf and disabled people. It provides holistic advocacy to disabled survivors of hate crime and domestic, sexual and other abuse. We share our expertise with DDPOs and statutory and voluntary sector partners through training, capacity building, guidance and strategic policy advice.
http://staysafe-east.org.uk
Newham,Waltham Forest
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-RRI.29.11.18-7
Richmond Users Independent Living Scheme (RUILS)
The funding is for an information, advice and advocacy service for disabled people in the Richmond Borough. The service will provide casework support and advice for individuals navigating the health and social care systems, specialist support and advocacy with housing issues and welfare benefit appeals.
GBP14200011/29/201836
GB-CHC-1099930
Richmond Users Independent Living Scheme (RUILS)
10999300LondonE05000530Teddington
Ruils is a local user-led charity run by, and for, disabled people. It helps disabled children and adults to live independently, to be part of their community and to reach their potential. It does this by providing information, advice, advocacy, care planning support, social activities, peer support and befriending.
http://www.ruils.co.uk
RichmondGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-RRI.29.11.18-6Merton Centre for Independent Living
The funding is for increased capacity in Welfare Benefits and Community Care casework, in particular, support with the transfer from Disability Living Allowance (DLA) to Personal Independence Payments (PIP), and new PIP applications. It will also provide support with Community Care needs assessments, reassessments and charging issues.
GBP18000011/29/201837
GB-COH-07645926
Merton Centre for Independent Living07645926LondonE05000458Cricket Green
Merton CIL is run and controlled by Deaf and Disabled People, for Deaf and Disabled people in Merton. It provides a range of interlinked services which support local people to live independent lives, ensure they have a say on key issues such as their money, making informed choices, and speaking up.
https://www.mertoncil.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
21
360G-trustforlondon-RRI.29.11.18-5Inclusion Barnet
The funding is for placing a full-time Peer Welfare and Money Advisor within the Touchpoint team, which is IB’s information navigation service, to provide a full-time accessible welfare and money advice, including case work and financial capability work.
GBP17466011/29/201837
GB-CHC-1158632
Inclusion Barnet11586320LondonE05000046Colindale
IB harnesses the strengths and expertise gained from our lived experience for Peer support, services which meet disabled people’s needs and help them achieve independence and reach their potential, user voice and empowerment, community development, enabling disabled people to become leaders of social change, thought leadership and developing an evidence base for DPPOs. 
https://www.inclusionbarnet.org.uk
BarnetGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-RRI.29.11.18-4Enfield Disability Action
The funding is for an accessible advice and advocacy service for deaf and disabled people living in Enfield. The service will deliver advice and advocacy on welfare rights, housing, health, social care and human rights issues. Disabled peoples’ experiences and learning from the work will be shared with DDPO’s funders and service providers.
GBP18000011/29/201837
GB-CHC-1082063
Enfield Disability Action10820630LondonE05000197Edmonton Green
EDA is a DDPO run by and for disabled people. It promotes the social model of disability, independent lifestyles, choice and control. EDA provides accessible services to reduce barriers and promote community inclusion and takes an advocacy approach, providing holistic person-centered services working to eliminate discrimination and reduce poverty.
https://do-it.org/organisations/enfield-disability-action-eda
EnfieldGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-RRI.29.11.18-3Disability Advice Service Lambeth
The funding is to secure the future of DASL's Advice Service. It will cover the salary and running costs of the Senior Advice Worker with hours increased to full-time, the recruitment of four additional volunteer benefit advisers, and management costs to ensure service quality through maintenance of the AQS and effective contribution to policy work.
GBP16900011/29/201837
GB-CHC-1087399
Disability Advice Service Lambeth10873990LondonE05000421Ferndale
DASL is a Disabled People’s Organisation serving people across impairment groups. As a member of the Independent Living and Carers Partnership some of its services are available to older people and carers. Its vision is of an inclusive society where people enjoy equal rights and opportunities, and diversity is valued.
http://www.disabilitylambeth.org.uk
LambethGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-RRI.29.11.18-1Action Disability Kensington & Chelsea
The funding is for a Disability Specialist Legal Advice Worker specialising in welfare benefits and general advice and casework in discrimination, accessible transport reviews and community care. It will also provide social policy work and research to support ADKC’s campaigning role of challenging the barriers that prevent disabled people from fully participating in society.
GBP11175011/29/201814
GB-CHC-1045769
Action Disability Kensington & Chelsea10457690LondonE05009399Notting Dale
ADKC is a DPO which works to enhance opportunities for local disabled people by providing services and an accessible Resource Centre, setting up and supporting new services in response to needs, empowering disabled people to act on their own behalf, raising awareness of disability issues and championing the rights of disabled people.
https://actionondisability.org.uk
Kensington and Chelsea
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
25
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7716Groundswell UK
The funding is for a three year Insight and Action project: Benefits for Health – improving access to welfare and health for people experiencing homelessness. It will place welfare benefits on the radar of health bodies, identify barriers and implement practical changes to improve the lives of people experiencing homelessness.
GBP12000010/11/201836
GB-COH-04151312
Groundswell UK04151312LondonE05000435Tulse Hill
Groundswell exists to enable homeless people to take more control of their lives and have a greater influence on services. We deliver a range of innovative projects which put homeless people at the heart of solutions to homelessness, focusing on participation, peer research and health.
http://www.groundswell.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7749Create Streets Foundation
The funding is for Place Champions, a community capacity-building mini-course which trains local residents to better understand regeneration, urban design and ways in which communities can influence these processes to their own advantage, and to the wider advantage of London which needs to build more affordable homes.
GBP7400010/3/201824
GB-CHC-1171928
Create Streets Foundation11719280LondonE05000436Vassall
Create Streets Foundation promotes community capacity building via neighbourhood planning, urban design training and activity in socially and economically disadvantaged communities. It commissions or conducts research into the urban environment; particularly associations between urban form and mental health, physical health, community cohesion and pro-social behaviour. It also promotes study and research in these areas. 
http://www.createstreetsfoundation.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
27
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7746
Law for Life: the Foundation for Public Legal Education
The funding is for a Public Legal Education and Information Programme for renters in private housing in partnership with community organisations in London. The programme integrates on and offline help to support private renters understand housing law and identify routes to influence policy and achieve change.
GBP6300010/3/201824
GB-COH-07695486
Law for Life: the Foundation for Public Legal Education
07695486LondonE05000427Prince's
Law for Life works to ensure that everyone has the knowledge, confidence and practical skills they need to secure access to justice. We do this through community-based education and training, research and policy, and through the Advicenow website which provides easy-to-use information on rights and the law for the public.
http://www.lawforlife.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
28
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7741Toynbee Hall
The funding is for a project aimed at improving the quality of rented housing through a community-lead programme, addressing concerns around perceptions of unsafe neighbourhood environments preventing engagement and participation. We will empower social and private tenants as peer organisers to campaign for change, trial community-based solutions, share the results and create replicable models
GBP10000010/3/201830
GB-CHC-211850
Toynbee Hall2118500LondonE05009333Spitalfields & Banglatown
Toynbee Hall is an innovative social welfare charity that has been working on the frontline in the struggle against poverty since 1884. We give some of the UK’s most deprived communities a voice, providing access to free advice and support and working together to tackle social injustice.
http://www.toynbeehall.org.uk
Tower Hamlets
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
29
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7736Justice 4 Grenfell
The funding is for 1.5 FTE posts. We expect the campaign to run beyond 2020 and securing salaries for the foreseeable future is intrinsic with the campaign continuing. The posts will give the campaign stability and financial security; two dedicated workers can focus fully on the campaign’s work.
GBP10000010/3/201824
360G-trustforlondon-org:Justice-4-Grenfell
Justice 4 Grenfell00LondonE05009396Golborne
J4G is a community led campaign established as a response to the Grenfell Tower fire disaster in June 2017. It  aims to keep the disaster in the public consciousness and acts as a vehicle to raise community voices to demand changes in legislation, policy, and practice on all Grenfell related issues.
https://justice4grenfell.org
Kensington and Chelsea,London-wide,National
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
30
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7727Eastside Community Heritage
The funding is for the development, piloting and implementation of pral history activism training for those seeking a voice in the regeneration debate. Eastside will support beneficiaries to use stories past and present to influence the future and promote community organising through shared heritage activities.
GBP6000010/3/201818
GB-COH-03509623
Eastside Community Heritage03509623LondonE05011246Ilford Town
Eastside Community Heritage is an oral history centre and public archive dedicated to recording and preserving powerful stories. It sims to promote the creative arts and digital storytelling and to engage communities in heritage activities. Eastside Community Heritage is also an accredited training centre offering a QCF in Cultural Heritage at Levels 1, 2 and 3. 
http://www.hidden-histories.org.uk
Barking and Dagenham,London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
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360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7722Voluntary Action Camden
The funding is for a Development Manager salary, running costs, and fieldwork which will build relationships between civil society and council for neighbourhood stability, support civil society to promote environmental justice, deliver new amenities (legal protections and a community company), support residents to challenge negative perceptions and tackle threats to social housing (through housing conservation and a residents’ charter).
GBP7800010/3/201824
GB-COH-02388150
Voluntary Action Camden02388150LondonE05000136Haverstock
VAC works with local residents, community and voluntary organisation and other key stakeholders to develop and support a vibrant civil society that underpins a high quality of life in Camden and the surrounding areas.  To achieve this VAC's work embeds three main themes into its work; developing, connecting and influencing.
http://www.vac.org.uk
CamdenGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
32
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7713Tonic Living CIC
The funding is for core services to develop a mixed tenure LGBT retirement community. This phase will confirm a deliverable and sustainable business plan, secure a site for the development and gain planning consent. Tonic Living CIC will have a full finance strategy in place and active community engagement in the process.
GBP3500010/3/201824
GB-COH-09301343
Tonic Living CIC09301343LondonE05000649West End
Tonic Living was established to enable the older LGBT+ community to have choice in housing and care services that are more supportive, safe, and culturally appropriate. Tonic is creating the UK’s first LGBT+ retirement community that will be mixed tenure and co-produced with the community as an exemplar housing project.
http://www.tonichousing.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
33
360G-trustforlondon-CII.29.11.18-11Hope not hate Educational Limited
The funding is to second a senior member of staff into the GLA Social Integration Team full time
GBP2496511/29/20189
GB-CHC-1013880
Hope not hate Educational Limited10138800LondonE05000381Tollington
Hope not Hate challenges racism and extremism through research, data, education and working directly in the communities that are most vulnerable. Its underlying mission is to seek to engage with those susceptible to extremist messages, whilst equipping more mainstream civil society to overcome hate and unite communities.
https://charity.hopenothate.org.uk
Barking and Dagenham
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
34
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7750Anti-Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit
The funding is to provide specialist legal advice to victims of modern slavery in order to regularise immigration status, and to undertake advocacy work to improve awareness of victims of modern slavery and the support victims need. The funding will also enhance protections through effective access to justice and more effective pathways to settlement. 
GBP11680010/3/201836
GB-CHC-1151675
Anti-Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit11516750LondonE05011095Borough & Bankside
ATLEU provides a dedicated and comprehensive legal service to victims of trafficking, helping them to obtain safety, recovery and redress. ATLEU improves protections for victims through strategic litigation and policy work and builds capacity within the sector through provision of specialist training and resources for lawyers and those supporting victims.
https://atleu.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
35
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7747Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association
The funding is to part fund the post of Legal and Parliamentary Officer. This role will be focused on migrants' rights and ensuring that the post Brexit immigration system is fairer and clearer for all migrants.
GBP6900010/3/201836
GB-COH-02350422
Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association02350422LondonE05000367Bunhill
ILPA is a membership organisation established by immigration law practitioners to: promote and improve the advising and representation of immigrants, provide information to members and others on domestic and European immigration, asylum and nationality law, secure a non-racist, non-sexist, just and equitable system of immigration, refugee and nationality law practice.
http://www.ilpa.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
36
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7729Migrants’ Rights Network
The funding is for the London+ project which promotes the rights of migrants vulnerable to exploitation and discrimination due to insecure immigration status, by: enabling migrant-led advocacy on issues affecting them, strengthening London-wide infrastructure for organising and collaborative campaigns and developing self-help tools to access rights and entitlements.
GBP9500010/3/201836
GB-CHC-1125746
Migrants’ Rights Network11257460LondonE05000139Kentish Town
The Migrant's Rights Network (MRN) is a national body supporting the development of a progressive immigration system that is humane, fit for purpose and inclusive. The organisation’s current business plan focuses on three key areas: rights, relationships (between agencies and key stakeholders) and regionalisation.
https://migrantsrights.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
37
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7725Islington Law Centre
The funding is for strategic legal action and public legal education to effectively protect and promote the rights of asylum seekers, refugees, and migrants.
GBP9000010/3/201836
GB-COH-01302947
Islington Law Centre01302947LondonE05000380St Peter's
Islington Law Centre (ILC) supports the community to access justice. ILC works across a wide range of areas of law, working closely with a wide range of community partners.  ILC seeks to work with clients to secure long term, sustainable improvements in their situation and to tackle poverty and injustice.
http://www.themigrantslawproject.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
38
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7723Migration Museum Project
The funding is for scoping, designing and delivering a public engagement programme aimed at reaching a wider audience, in particular engaging with the persuadable ‘anxious middle’, in order to increase understanding of the UK's long migration history and more effectively contribute to improving the accuracy and depth of conversations about migration.
GBP9000010/3/201824
GB-COH-08544993
Migration Museum Project08544993LondonE05000425Larkhall
Migration Museum Project produce inspiring exhibitions and run events, education, community and public engagement programmes to shine a light on the many ways that migration to and from Britain across the ages has shaped who we are. They currently working to create a national Migration Museum in London.
http://www.migrationmuseum.org
London-wide,National
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
39
360G-trustforlondon-CII.Pilot.25.07.18-5Groundwork London
The funding is to support the Citizenship Ceremonies Pilot in Hounslow.
GBP482.87/25/20186
GB-CHC-1121105
Groundwork London11211050LondonE05000416Bishop's
Groundwork London specialises in projects that empower communities to take action to transform their neighbourhoods into greener, cleaner and healthier places to live. It also generates employment and training opportunities for young people and the unemployed, and delivers projects that offer energy and resource efficiency support to residents and small businesses. 
https://www.groundwork.org.uk
HounslowGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
40
360G-trustforlondon-CII.Pilot.25.07.18-4Community Southwark
The funding is to enable voluntary and community sector organisations in Southwark to participate in further research as part of the Citizenship Ceremony Pilot, a project of the Citizenship and Integration Initiative.
GBP12607/25/20186
GB-CHC-1105835
Community Southwark11058350LondonE05011096Camberwell Green
Community Southwark is the umbrella body for the voluntary and community sector, volunteers and social action in Southwark. It provides advice about organisational development to voluntary and community sector groups, helps the sector influence local policy and supports active individuals to have voices locally through volunteering, campaigning and connecting.
https://communitysouthwark.org
SouthwarkGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
41
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7739High Pay Centre
The funding is for the High Pay Centre to undertake research, commentary and policy analysis and recommendations in relation to pay, arguing for better checks and balances on executive pay and power, more equal pay distribution and more say for workers in corporate governance structures.
GBP7200010/11/201824
GB-COH-07891638
High Pay Centre07891638LondonE05000455Abbey
High Pay Centre are a think tank focused on top pay and economic inequality. It undertakes research aimed at understanding how and why pay growth for top earners has outpaced that experienced by the wider workforce in recent times and make the case for policies that could achieve fairer pay distribution.
http://www.highpaycentre.org
NationalGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Shared Wealth
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
42
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7734Equality Trust
The funding is for our Campaigns Assistant, Local Groups Manager and Director to further develop and undertake advocacy work with local councils and the mayoral office to reduce inequality in London, in the UK context, and to increase the campaigning capacity of TET London group - My Fair London (MFL).
GBP5000010/11/201824
GB-COH-06084965
Equality Trust06084965LondonE05000373Highbury West
The Equality Trust (TET) campaigns to reduce social and economic inequality in the United Kingdom as evidence demonstrates that countries with high levels of inequality also have high levels of socially determined ills. High levels of inequality also contribute to unsustainable economic systems.
http://www.equalitytrust.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Shared Wealth
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
43
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7720Transparency International UK
The funding is for advocacy for a UK property register. Transparency International UK will campaign for a public register of the real owners of overseas companies that buy or own UK property or are awarded government contracts. Through introducing a public register, the ultimate ownership of London properties would become public information.
GBP5000010/11/201824
GB-COH-02903386
Transparency International UK02903386LondonE05009309Queenhithe
TI-UK works for a fair UK society that is free of corruption. We advocate to change the system so that those with power cannot abuse it for private gain, and democracy cannot be hijacked by corrupt individuals. TI-UK is the UK chapter of the global coalition against corruption, Transparency International.
http://www.transparency.org.uk/
London-wide,National
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Shared Wealth
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
44
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.06.18-7745Inclusion London
The funding is for involving Deaf and Disabled Londoners in advocating for social change in the areas of social security, independent living and employment and supporting London-based DDPOs to develop and embed social advocacy skills within their organisations and build leadership skills.
GBP24000010/3/201836
GB-COH-06729420
Inclusion London06729420LondonE05000421Ferndale
Inclusion London’s mission is to promote Deaf and Disabled people’s equality and inclusion by supporting Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations (DDPOs) in London to have a strong and influential collective voice and to deliver empowering and effective services.
http://www.inclusionlondon.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Stronger Voices
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
45
360G-trustforlondon-TDF-2018-7815Ealing Centre for Independent Living
The funding is for supporting disabled people by working to eliminate the barriers preventing disabled people and their unpaid carers from living full and independent lives.
GBP185010/2/201812
GB-CHC-1121619
Ealing Centre for Independent Living11216190LondonE05011104London Bridge & West Bermondsey
Ealing Centre for Independent Living is run by disabled people for disabled people; working to eliminate the income gap between disabled people and none-disabled people locally, and to raise disabled people out of poverty by providing support and pathways into work.
http://www.ecil.org
EalingGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Trustees Distribution Fund
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
46
360G-trustforlondon-TDF-2018-7785Hillingdon Women's Centre
The funding is for support for women aged 18 and over with any issue; of which the greatest demand is for those relating to domestic violence, sexual abuse, exploitation, housing/homelessness, mental health, poverty, isolation, language and culture. It is the only centre of its kind in the local area.
GBP187510/2/201812
GB-CHC-801433
Hillingdon Women's Centre8014330LondonE05011104London Bridge & West Bermondsey
Hillingdon Women's Centre's approach is to empower women to improve their own lives, providing emotional support groups and 1-2-1 services to help them reach their potential. Far too many women are driven into poverty by the impacts of violence, and the Women's Centre's work is vital in preventing this. 
https://www.hillingdonwomenscentre.org
HillingdonGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Trustees Distribution Fund
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
47
360G-trustforlondon-TDF-2018-7784Hillingdon Carers
This funding is for Hillingdon Carers, which provides support for adult and child carers across Hillingdon.
GBP187510/2/201812
GB-CHC-1082297
Hillingdon Carers10822970LondonE05011104London Bridge & West Bermondsey
Hillingdon Carers helps to tackle the realities of economic inequality and poverty in situations where people find themselves as carers, often sacrificing potential earnings in the process. 
http://www.hillingdoncarers.org.uk
HillingdonGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Trustees Distribution Fund
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
48
360G-trustforlondon-TDF-2018-7783Ealing Foodbank
The funding is for providing food to those who cannot afford it in the borough of Ealing.
GBP187510/2/201812
GB-CHC-1156369
Ealing Foodbank11563690LondonE05011104London Bridge & West Bermondsey
Ealing Foodbank highlights the reality of food poverty and that this is a huge problem in London, particularly for families with children. Ealing foodbank provides a vital lifeline for those families.
https://ealing.foodbank.org.uk
EalingGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Trustees Distribution Fund
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
49
360G-trustforlondon-TDF-2018-7766Gendered Intelligence
The funding is for their work with the trans community and those who impact on trans lives. GI delivers trans youth programmes, support for parents and carers, professional development and trans awareness training for all sectors and educational workshops.
GBP750010/2/201812
GB-CHC-        
Gendered Intelligence
        
0LondonE05009292Bishopsgate
Gendered Intelligence is a London-based not-for-profit CIC. and it aims: to support the production of a range of material including short and easy to understand guidance for customer services and front-line staff in organisations dealing with trans customers and clients, literature profiling GI's public events and training and trans youth work. The majority of GI's work is delivered in London.
http://genderedintelligence.co.uk
IslingtonGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Trustees Distribution Fund
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
50
360G-trustforlondon-TDF-2018-7764Remembered
The funding is for the purpose of housing veterans (either homeless or in financial difficulty) in London and to provide the help (including mentoring) that veterans need to get back on track or into employment. Part of the funds used for conducting/supporting research into the need for this housing/service with our partners.
GBP750010/2/201812
GB-CHC-1173739
Remembered11737390LondonE05009403Royal HospitalRemembered aims to: inspire communities to purchase silhouettes of their local Fallen wherever they are listed for the Armistice Period, 2018 and/or to purchase Tommy figures, to educate generations about why soldiers made the ultimate sacrifice and to raise funds for those suffering from hidden wounds of war through the sale of commemorative Tommies.
Kensington and Chelsea
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Trustees Distribution Fund
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
51
360G-trustforlondon-TDF-2018-7757Just for Kids Law
The funding is for delivering support to children and young people from crisis to stability to independence. We do this through innovative, community-based legal representation, advocacy and opportunities programmes. We drive change through strategic litigation and policy reform. We aim to be the UK's leading experts in youth justice law.
GBP750010/2/20186
GB-CHC-1121638
Just for Kids Law11216380LondonE05000367Bunhill
Just for Kids Law is a youth advocacy service. Youthadvocates are led by the needs and wishes of each individual child and only ever act according to these. Support is unique to each individual case. Often, advocates accompany children and young people to meetings to ensure that their wishes are heard.
http://justforkidslaw.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Trustees Distribution Fund
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
52
360G-trustforlondon-TDF-2018-7753Hestia Housing and Support
The funding is for the Hestia's work in London which helps women and children impacted by domestic abuse and human trafficking.
GBP750010/2/20186
GB-CHC-294555
Hestia Housing and Support2945550LondonE05000141King's Cross
Hestia is the largest provider of domestic abuse refuge space in London and they also provide specialist support to people who have been trafficked. This grant will support their core work in these areas.
https://www.hestia.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Trustees Distribution Fund
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
53
360G-trustforlondon-TDF-2018-7721OnSide Youth Zones
The funding is towards a contribution to the £1,300,000 of annual running costs raised for Barking & Dagenham OnSide Youth Zone, which provides young people from this area of high deprivation with access to a range of activities and counselling that are often provided in more well developed areas.
GBP750010/2/201812
GB-CHC-1125893
OnSide Youth Zones11258930
Tunbridge Wells
E05005140Pantiles and St Mark's
OnSide Youth Zones will fund an additional counsellor to support the young people from this poor neighbourhood, resulting in less youth crime and better social and economic outcomes for these young people.
https://www.onsideyouthzones.org
Barking and Dagenham
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Trustees Distribution Fund
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
54
360G-trustforlondon-TDF-2018-7710Art Refuge UK
The funding is for Art Refuge UK, a small, robust charity established in 2006, that works through art and art therapy with people who have been displaced due to political or religious persecution, oppression, armed conflict, trafficking, natural disaster and/or poverty, currently operating in Bristol, London and Calais, northern France.
GBP750010/2/201812
GB-CHC-1114353
Art Refuge UK11143530LondonE05009320Bow WestArt Refugee is a weekly London-based art-making group for refugees arriving from mainland Europe to claim asylum in the UK, facing complex challenges that often seriously impact upon their mental health. Led by registered art therapists, the work will include research into location, space, partners, access; project development and delivery of pilot phase.
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Trustees Distribution Fund
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
55
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7450Brent Private Tenants Rights Group
The funding is towards work to encourage early intervention; pursue compensation for disrepair; test new areas of law not covered by legal aid, including Rent Repayment Orders; challenging redress scheme non-compliance, and measures just announced on agents’ fees and landlord redress. It will also address fuel poverty using the new law outlawing energy inefficient lettings.
GBP160000.002018-02-2136
GB-CHC-1051979
Brent Private Tenants Rights Group1051979LondonE05000094Kilburn
BPTRG (Advice for Renters) is the only legal service in London targeted at private renters. Its Housing Advice Centre's evidence base is used to campaign with tenants to highlight their problems and call for the changes needed. It offers a mentoring service to clients to build resilience and we support smaller advice groups.
http://www.advice4renters.org.uk
BrentGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
56
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.2017-7434
Cambridge House Law Centre
The funding is for an intelligence-led special project to improve policy and practice in the 'slum rental' housing market. Building on its Safer Renting programme, the project will target cases where tenants' options are limited and a strategic approach is required. This work will improve understanding through primary research and contribute to best practice.
GBP106000.002018-02-2124
GB-CHC-265103
Cambridge House Law Centre265103LondonE05011096Camberwell Green
Cambridge House is a social action centre tackling poverty and social exclusion across London. We provide specialist services that enable people to transition out of crisis and progress towards stability and independence. As a community anchor we provide a home for voluntary organisations and a local hub for community action
http://ch1889.org
Croydon,Enfield,Hounslow,Waltham Forest
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
57
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7460Centre for London
The funding it towards work to understand and strengthen the role of neighbourhood planning in areas of London experiencing poverty and deprivation by undertaking the first London-wide research and by building innovative peer to peer connections with existing neighbourhood planners. It will also develop the role of Neighbourhood Planners London to support this ambition.
GBP23000.002018-02-2118
GB-CHC-1151435
Centre for London1151435LondonE05000138Holborn and Covent Garden
Neighbourhood Planners London (hosted by Centre for London) is a volunteer network which exists to promote neighbourhood planning and support neighbourhood planners in London to make use of the powers under the Localism Act 2011 to establish neighbourhood areas and neighbourhood forums for the purposes of neighbourhood planning.
https://www.centreforlondon.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
58
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7470
Centre for Research in Social Policy, Loughborough University
The funding it to continue to update the Minimum Income Standard (MIS) for London between 2018 and 2020. This entails new research applying the well-established MIS methodology within the London context, in order to identify how much different households in London need in order to have a minimum socially acceptable standard of living.
GBP147000.002018-03-0136
360G-trustforlondon-org:Centre-for-Research-in-Social-Policy-Loughborough-University
Centre for Research in Social Policy, Loughborough University
Leicestershire
E05005437Loughborough NanpantanCarrying out social research across the UK. The Centre has a strong role in researching issues related to low pay, low income and social welfare. Central to this is the regular researching of the UK Minimum Income Standard and the application of this benchmark to issues of policy and practice.
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
59
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.2017-7432
Citizens Advice Waltham Forest
The funding towards staffing and running costs for its immigration project to provide immigration advice and representation to people living in Waltham Forest from April 2018. The project has a Project Supervisor who is an immigration specialist.
GBP150000.002018-02-2136
GB-CHC-1075780
Citizens Advice Waltham Forest1075780LondonE05000599High Street
Citizens Advice Waltham Forest aims to provide free, confidential, impartial and independent advice, information and advocacy to local communities, exercise a responsible influence on the development of social policies and services and ensure individuals do not suffer through a lack of knowledge or an inability to express their needs effectively.
https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk
Waltham Forest
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
60
360G-trustforlondon-CII.21.02.18-07Citizens UK
The funding is to extend the period of the secondment to the Greater London Authority for a further year. The secondee will work on the Citizenship and Integration Initiative, specifically on the Civic Engagement strand of work.
GBP31800.002018-02-2112
GB-CHC-1107264
Citizens UK1107264LondonE05009336Whitechapel
Citizens UK builds community capacity by developing leaders, strengthening civic institutions, and building networks between institutions. By building democratic power like this, citizens are better equipped to achieve changes they want and hold those in power to account, and society is strengthened in relation to the market and the state.
https://www.citizensuk.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
61
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7462ClientEarth
The funding is to continue its advocacy campaign to put political pressure on key policy-makers to act and clean up the air in London - the city that has the worst air quality in the UK, and for some parts, in Europe - through more ambitious and robust policies, driving change across the UK.
GBP255000.002018-02-2136
GB-CHC-1053988
ClientEarth1053988LondonE05009381London Fields
ClientEarth is a leading group of lawyers, and policy and communications experts working to shape and enforce the law to tackle environmental challenges. It was established in 2007 while no other organisation was using the powerful lever of law in a strategic and systematic way to drive change at scale.
https://www.clientearth.org
London-wide,National
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
62
360G-trustforlondon-CII.21.02.18-08Coram Children’s Legal Centre
The funding is to second a member of staff to the Greater London Authority’s social integration team. The secondee will work on the Citizenship and Integration Initiative, specifically on the Young Londoners strand of work.
GBP32400.002018-02-2113
GB-CHC-281222
Coram Children’s Legal Centre281222LondonE05000251Askew
CCLC is the UK's leading children's legal charity. It is committed to promoting children's rights in the UK and worldwide. It provides free legal information, advice and representation to children, young people, their families, carers and professionals, as well as training and consultancy on child law and children's rights.
https://www.childrenslegalcentre.com
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
63
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.2017-7433
Empty Homes Agency
The funding is for research on how other countries/places deter the purchase of dwellings primarily to store wealth, or as an investment, or for occasional use, rather than as a home (“buy-to-leave”). It will investigate and model how these approaches could be adopted in London and recommend preferred option/s and campaign for action (central/local/London government level) to achieve.
GBP40000.002018-03-0112
GB-COH-IP27697R
Empty Homes AgencyIP27697RLondonE05000370Clerkenwell
Empty Homes aims to raise awareness of the waste of empty homes, research and campaign for action at national, regional (e.g. London-wide) and local levels to ensure that more homes are brought back into use to meet the needs of those priced out of decent housing.
http://www.emptyhomes.com
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Shared Wealth
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
64
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7451Eritrean Community In The UK
The funding is to provide welfare benefits, housing and general advice for recent arrivals from Eritrea experiencing severe poverty enabling access to available services and support e.g. benefits, accommodation and health, leading to a reasonable quality of life. It will also engage volunteers as active contributors to the community.
GBP45000.002018-02-2136
GB-CHC-802877
Eritrean Community In The UK802877LondonE05000371Finsbury Park
ECUK has for 30 years provided a range of services which currently include advice, advocacy and representation for disadvantaged and vulnerable members of the Eritrean community addressing key issues such as advancing health and education, combating poverty, homelessness and isolation, promoting accessibility and equality and youth / gender specific programmes.
http://www.ericomuk.org.uk
IslingtonGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Advice
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
65
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.2017-7429
Family and Childcare Trust
The funding it to conduct original research to understand the gaps in childcare provision for school age children and work with local authorities, schools, childcare providers and families to identify solutions. It will use this evidence to call for local, regional and national policy change.
GBP36500.002018-03-0118
GB-CHC-1077444
Family and Childcare Trust1077444LondonE05011095Borough & Bankside
The Family and Childcare Trust works to make the UK a better place for families. Bringing together learning from our on the ground, parent-led programmes and our research, we make change happen by campaigning for solutions that parents want and need; influencing systems to ensure change is sustained long term.
https://www.familyandchildcaretrust.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
66
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7469Generation Rent
The funding is to employ two staff members to campaign on issues affecting private renters. In particular: to give private renters the same level of security that homeowners have; ensure all homes are fit for human habitation; and make renters a powerful force in politics and markets.
GBP150000.002018-02-2136
GB-COH-08731888
Generation Rent8731888LondonE05011106North Bermondsey
Generation Rent works towards making private renting safe, secure and fair by giving renters a voice in public debates, campaigning for reform, and supporting renters to organise locally. It believes housing is central to social justice and works with organisations who are seeking fundamental change in the housing market.
http://www.generationrent.org
London-wide,National
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
67
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7466Haringey Law Centre
The funding is to appoint a part-time Senior Solicitor and part-time Policy & Development Worker to provide specialist casework/tribunal advice/support to 160 clients yearly on social welfare, and undertake cross partnership social policy work.
GBP89000.002018-03-0124
GB-CHC-274760
Haringey Law Centre274760LondonE05000281Tottenham Hale
HLC aims to positively influence people’s lives by meeting advice, advocacy and representational needs. As the only law centre left in NE London our dedicated solicitors, caseworkers and admin provide high quality legal advice / support to local vulnerable people; most with little / no income and facing emergency crisis.
http://haringeylawcentre.org.uk/
HaringeyGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
68
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7467Havelock Family Centre
The funding is to employ a part-time Advice Worker to deliver quality advice and information to BME, low income families, supporting them to access entitlements and additional services, making them aware of their rights and options available to them to alleviate economic hardship, and enhance their quality of life.
GBP45000.002018-02-2124
GB-CHC-1119136
Havelock Family Centre1119136LondonE05000186Norwood GreenHavelock Family Centre (HFC) is a drop-in family and community centre serving two large geographically isolated housing estates in Southall. We are the first (often the only) point of contact/help for local people in poverty and distress, and strive to offer them a range of holistic early intervention services.EalingGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Advice
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
69
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7453Hillingdon Law Centre
The funding is for specialist employment legal advice, casework, assistance with Acas negotiations and representation at the Employment Tribunal in cases of discrimination, unfair dismissal, whistleblowing and unlawful deduction of wages, to help secure justice and wages/compensation for clients.
GBP138000.002018-03-0136
GB-CHC-290792
Hillingdon Law Centre290792HayesE05000325BotwellHLC works to defend the legal rights of people in West London, in particular the vulnerable, destitute and hard to reach communities. It provides quality legal services to help people save their homes and keep their jobs. It empowers its clients to develop skills with which to address legal issues.
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
70
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.2017-7430
Hornbeam Centre
The funding is to establish ‘low-cost parenting’ play sessions in spaces and at times where no current toddler activity exists, and volunteer activities to create low-impact resources for these sessions. Sessions will embed low-cost skills and resources with parents, carers and families, provide volunteering opportunities for adults and bring communities together accessibly.
GBP39000.002018-03-0124
GB-COH-02608803
Hornbeam Centre2608803LondonE05000603Lea Bridge
HCA inspires people to think about how we live our lives and use resources. It empowers community-led action and supports new initiatives that lead to positive environmental and social change. It has a successful track record of running local partnered projects focusing on saving money, conserving resources and staying healthy.
https://www.hornbeam.org.uk
Waltham Forest
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Activities in isolated communities
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
71
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2.05.10.17-G27Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association
The funding is towards the Strategic Legal Fund for Vulnerable Young Migrants, making grants to support pre-litigation research and third party interventions to uphold and promote the rights of children in the UK with migrant backgrounds.
GBP16950.002018-02-216
GB-CHC-1155286
Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association1155286LondonE05000367Bunhill
Immigration Law Practitioners' Association is a membership organisation established by immigration law practitioners to: Promote and improve the advising and representation of immigrants; Provide information to members and others on domestic and European immigration, asylum and nationality law; Secure a non-racist, non-sexist, just and equitable system of immigration, refugee and nationality law practice.
http://www.ilpa.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
72
360G-trustforlondon-CII.21.02.18-09Just for Kids Law
The funding is to second a member of staff to the Greater London Authority’s social integration team. The secondee will work on the Citizenship and Integration Initiative, specifically on the Civic Engagement and Young Londoners strands of work. Also, an additional sum towards the involvement of the current secondee for 6 days in the year, to ensure continuity and knowledge sharing.
GBP40400.002018-02-2113
GB-CHC-1121638
Just for Kids Law1121638LondonE05000369Canonbury
Just for Kids Law delivers support to children and young people from crisis to stability to independence. They do this through innovative, community-based legal representation, advocacy and opportunities programme. They drive change through strategic litigation and policy reform. They aim to be the UK's leading experts in youth justice law.
https://www.justforkidslaw.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
73
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.2017-7440
Kids Kitchen
The funding is to build a SE London hub delivering 120 fun and relaxed cooking sessions, using food to bring people together and reduce isolation. Interested adults can receive training, AQA Unit Award Scheme Certification and capacity building support to set up their own sessions with neighbours, creating a ripple of connection and community.
GBP20000.002018-03-0124
360G-trustforlondon-org:Kids-Kitchen
Kids KitchenLondonE05000592Chapel End
KKA's mission is to inspire adults and children of 5 and under to cook great food together: for health, community and environment. Started by two parents and their kids, as a collective of individuals it has created sessions for their kids, made work for themselves and helped others start sessions.
https://www.kidskitchen.org.uk
Bromley,Croydon,Lewisham
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Activities in isolated communities
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
74
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.2017-7442
Latin American Womens Aid Refuge
The funding it to develop strong arguments and compelling narratives that clearly evidence both problems and solution pathways for policy makers to tackle the intersecting pressures of poverty, homelessness and gender violence in London, within a human rights based approach.
GBP75000.002018-02-2124
GB-CHC-299975
Latin American Womens Aid Refuge299975LondonE05009370Dalston
LAWA (lead organisation) is a speciliast women's charity that for 30 years has been empowering Latin American and other Spanish and Portuguese speaking (LASP) Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) women and children who are experiencing gender violence as well as providing the only Refuge for this Community in the UK.
http://lawadv.org.uk/blog/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
75
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.2017-7445
Learning and Work Institute
The funding it to establish a ‘Better Work network’ drawing together those involved in initiatives to tackle low pay and the quality of work in London. Resources, including learning from the network, briefing papers and toolkits, will be hosted on a website to support commissioners, providers and influencers working on this agenda.
GBP80000.002018-03-0124
GB-CHC-1002775
Learning and Work Institute1002775LondonE05000427Prince's
Learning and Work Institute was formed in January 2016, following the merger of the Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion and NIACE. We research what works, develop new ways of thinking and help to implement new approaches to tackling poverty by increasing and improving employment, adult skills and service delivery.
http://www.learningandwork.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
76
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7452Lewisham Citizens Advice Bureaux Services
The funding is towards the costs of a housing casework team to increase access to housing legal advice for disadvantaged residents. Working in partnership with Southwark Law Centre, this is the first step in a longer term plan to establish a local Law Centre.
GBP80000.002018-02-2124
GB-CHC-1075040
Lewisham Citizens Advice Bureaux Services1075040LondonE05000448Lewisham CentralCitizens Advice Lewisham (CAL) is an independent charity serving the needs of people who live or work within the Borough of Lewisham. Its vision is: Everyone to be able to access help to deal with the issues they face; and decision-makers respond to people affected by their policies and practice.LewishamGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
77
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7449London Irish Centre Charity
The funding is for a legal advocate; offering advice and representation to clients wishing to appeal decisions made about their Employment and Support Allowance and Personal Independence Payments. This post will support vulnerable clients who otherwise may not obtain appropriate representations at tribunals.
GBP80000.002018-03-0124
GB-CHC-1149787
London Irish Centre Charity1149787LondonE05000131Cantelowes
LIC helps the poorest members of the Irish community using three key values; Care, providing advice for housing, health services and income, supplying advocates and caseworkers and combatting loneliness; Culture, presenting an enriched programme of exhibitions and events; and Community, providing an inclusive local community offering meal clubs and befriending.
https://www.londonirishcentre.org
Brent,Camden,Islington,Westminster
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
78
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7456Make a Difference Entertainment
The funding is for ‘Films For Change’, a community project which through the art of film-making will highlight the importance of equality and diversity. The project will provide media / campaign training and a platform to connect film-makers to those with the power to change policies at an annual film festival.
GBP40000.002018-02-2124
GB-CHC-1166076
Make a Difference Entertainment1166076HayesE05000339Townfield
Set up in 2014 MADE is a registered charity  dedicated to developing and delivering creative, enriching and engaging learning experiences predominantly for Black Asian & Minority Ethnic (BAME); LGBT young people in the West London area. We utilise the power of film-making to impact positive social change.
https://www.madetv.org
HillingdonGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Voice
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
79
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7457Medical Justice Network Ltd
The funding is towards research and policy work. This work is key in using its casework medical evidence to expose how unfair, abusive and potentially lethal immigration detention conditions are and to secure policy improvements to help those in need to get released and secure their immigration status.
GBP110000.002018-02-2136
GB-CHC-1132072
Medical Justice Network Ltd1132072LondonE05000371Finsbury Park
Medical Justice sends independent, volunteer doctors to visit detainees in immigration removal centres (IRCs) to document their scars of torture and expose medical mistreatment. This evidence is used to help secure their release and also provides the data for research used to advocate against their unfair and inhumane treatment.
http://www.medicaljustice.org.uk/
London-wide,National
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
80
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7464Merton Voluntary Service Council - CVS
The funding is to engage a part-time worker to build the capacity, knowledge and practice of local BAME organisations and to strengthen their ability to influence and campaign for good quality and affordable housing.
GBP54000.002018-02-2124
GB-CHC-1085867
Merton Voluntary Service Council - CVS1085867LondonE05000458Cricket Green
Merton Voluntary Service Council provides development and capability building advice and support to local voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise organisations. Our services include training, volunteer support, brokerage and management, supporting organisations and communities' campaigning, strategic representation, advocacy and influence of public sector decision makers and services.
https://www.mvsc.co.uk
MertonGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
81
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.2017-7439
Money A+E UK CIC
The funding is for the salaries of two Money Advisers to continue & expand the Money Coach service, that provides welfare benefits, debt & money guidance advice/casework to disadvantaged communities (that may not access mainstream advice agencies) in Lambeth, Southwark, Lewisham, Newham and Barking & Dagenham.
GBP60000.002018-02-2136
GB-COH-07745347
Money A+E UK CIC7745347LondonE05000478Canning Town South
Money A+E transform people’s lives through Money Advice and Educational services. We support people from the age of 8 up to pensionable age primarily in disadvantaged communities. Our objectives are to increase people's financial knowledge, skills and confidence. We do this through 121 advice, workshops, mentoring programmes campaigns.
https://www.moneyaande.co.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Advice
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
82
360G-trustforlondon-CII.21.02.18-10New Europeans
The funding is to second a member of staff to the Greater London Authority’s social integration team. The secondee will work on the Citizenship and Integration Initiative, specifically on the Diversity, social contact and identity strand of work.
GBP29600.002018-02-2113
360G-trustforlondon-org:New-Europeans
New EuropeansLondonE05000613East Putney
New Europeans is a civil society initiative championing the rights of European citizens, to live, work and study in any member state across the European Union.It seeks to promote inclusion and participation by EU citizens in the UK in their communities through volunteering and other forms of active citizenship.
https://neweuropeans.net/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
83
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7458Newham Community Renewal Programme
The funding is for a project supporting destitute vulnerable migrants in Newham. Teams of volunteers and trained specialists will work holistically offering legal advice/representation on immigration cases; destitution support; advice and advocacy on welfare, debt, and housing; plus bridging support after status is achieved, in order to provide a new pathway to settlement.
GBP78700.002018-02-2124
GB-CHC-275796
Newham Community Renewal Programme275796LondonE05000488Manor Park
The Renewal Programme has been working with the community in Newham to transform and inspire lives for over 45 years. We empower people to change their lives through advocacy, education, temporary accommodation and a range of positive activities. Our services are taken up by over 5,000 people a year.
https://www.renewalprogramme.org.uk
NewhamGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
84
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.2017-7431
One Place East (was Daffodil Advocacy Project)
The funding is to further develop a unique user-led People's Parliament that empowers local people with a learning disability (PWLD) to speak out and campaign for positive change.
GBP30900.002018-02-2124
GB-CHC-1065770
One Place East (was Daffodil Advocacy Project)
1065770IlfordE05011247Loxford
One Place East is a newly merged organisation bringing together the work of Daffodil Advocacy, Redbridge Concern for Mental Health and CiiL-R and provides information and advice, voice and influence, advocacy, befriending; peer support training and promotes social inclusion, equality, good health and well being.
http://www.rcmh.org.uk
RedbridgeGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Voice
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
85
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7465Passage 2000
The funding is for their immigration legal advice service for rough sleepers and vulnerably housed persons in its client group. The team consists of a full time employed solicitor supported by a part-time volunteer solicitors.
GBP90000.002018-02-2136
GB-COH-03885593
Passage 20003885593LondonE05000646Vincent Square
The Passage provides resources which encourage, inspire and challenge homeless people to transform their lives. This is principally carried out through street outreach work, a resource centre assisting homeless people seven days a week, two hostels and Home for Good which supports formerly homeless people mainly through volunteers.
http://passage.org.uk
Westminster
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
86
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7447Race on the Agenda - ROTA
The funding is to increase BAME involvement in housing, regeneration and employment campaigns and other equalities issues. It will also assist BAME organisation's racial justice campaigns and ensure their clients get high quality public services through using Equalities Act and the Public Sector Equalities Duty and develop and support efforts to reframe messages about race equality and migration.
GBP90000.002018-02-2136
GB-CHC-1064975
Race on the Agenda - ROTA1064975LondonE05000373Highbury West
ROTA aims to createa a stronger voice for a more equal society for people who experience race inequality. As a social policy research, and activist organisation, it supports Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities to become involved in the development and delivery of employment/education, health, community development and criminal justice programmes.
https://www.rota.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Stronger Voices
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
87
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.2017-7428
Refugee Action Kingston
The funding is for the Immigration Advice Project (IAP) tol provide free, independent, high-quality legal advice and representation to asylum seekers and refugees who would otherwise be left to negotiate the legal system on their own. The project will reach some of the most vulnerable and excluded asylum seekers and vulnerable refugees.
GBP80000.002018-02-2124
GB-CHC-1013841
Refugee Action Kingston1013841LondonE05000403Canbury
Refugee Action Kingston (RAK) exists in order to enable people from refugee backgrounds in Kingston and surrounding boroughs to live a fulfilling life and become accepted and active participants in their local communities. In recent years RAK has grown to offer holistic services capable of fulfilling organisation's mission.
https://www.refugeeactionkingston.org.uk
KingstonGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
88
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2.05.10.17-G26ShareAction (Fairshare Educational Foundation)
The funding is for scoping the potential to expand Share Action’s Good Work programme in the UK beyond the Living Wage campaign. This will involve research and engagement with companies, investors and civil society organisations to identify how ShareAction’s tactics can be deployed most effectively.
GBP3104.002018-01-155
GB-CHC-1117244
ShareAction (Fairshare Educational Foundation)
1117244LondonE05011104London Bridge & West Bermondsey
ShareAction exists to make investment a greater force for good. Its vision is an investment system that truly serves savers, communities and the environment. It uses a range of tools and tactics including education and organising of pension savers; shareholder activism; policy advocacy; and industry research and rankings.
https://shareaction.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Shared Wealth
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
89
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7461South London Tamil Welfare Group
The funding it to provide a quality assured (Face-to-face and Telephone based) social welfare and benefits advice service, targeting ethnic minority communities, especially those of Tamil heritage, living in Greater London. The bilingual service will be provided three days a week and will be free at the point of access.
GBP30000.002018-02-2124
GB-CHC-1077602
South London Tamil Welfare Group1077602LondonE05000457Colliers Wood
SLTWG is a community organisation set up to ameliorate the quality of life of the needy and underprivileged especially of the Tamil Community, particularly the refugees and asylum seekers, by providing advisory and support services and promoting social, cultural and economic development.
http://www.sltwg.org.uk
MertonGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Advice
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
90
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7448St James's House - Jobs in Mind
The funding is to establish a London Job Retention Resource to provide strategic leadership, training and advice on best practice in supporting Londoners who struggle to retain their employment due to poor mental health. The work will support employers and employees prevent the stress and cost of losing jobs.
GBP100000.002018-03-0136
GB-CHC-801945
St James's House - Jobs in Mind801945LondonE05000374Hillrise
Jobs in Mind provides specialist employment support and advice for those struggling with work-related issues caused by stress, anxiety or mental health problems. If you are struggling to find work because of your condition or are finding it difficult to cope in your current role and we are here to help.
https://jobsinmind.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
91
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.2017-7435
Stonewall Housing Association
The funding is for its senior management team to connect and work with local authorities, and housing providers to establish a new pathway approach for LGBT+ housing across London. They will gather evidence, research and the voices of service-users and tenants to influence commissioning practice, policy, service improvement and provision, London-wide.
GBP107700.002018-02-2136
GB-COH-IP24277R
Stonewall Housing AssociationIP24277RLondonE05000369Canonbury
Stonewall Housing provides housing advice and support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) people. We advocate for vulnerable people, helping them to build resilience and the skills to live rich and rewarding lives. We campaign for them and influence the policies and practice that impact on LGBT+ rights.
https://stonewallhousing.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
92
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.2017-7436
Timewise Foundation CIC
The funding it to launch a Timewise innovation unit to support employers to create more quality flexible and part time work, by developing new job design pilots in low-pay sectors, good flexible work standards, and toolkits to show ‘what works’ and drive scalable systemic change for Londoners trapped in low-paid flexible work.
GBP150000.002018-03-0136
GB-COH-05274371
Timewise Foundation CIC5274371LondonE05011104London Bridge & West Bermondsey
Timewise works to stimulate a quality part-time and flexible job market. We incentivise and support employers to redesign jobs to be open to flexible and part-time working, and support people who can work 9-5 to access better work to raise their living standards and progress their careers.
https://timewise.co.uk/foundation/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
93
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.2017-7443
Tower Hamlets Law Centre
The funding is towards a specialist legal advice and representation service on immigration law for people fleeing domestic violence who do not qualify for legal aid. These people, nearly always women, are in a uniquely vulnerable situation and often have nowhere else to turn.
GBP134000.002018-02-2136
GB-CHC-287282
Tower Hamlets Law Centre287282LondonE05009326Limehouse
THLC is a not-for-profit legal practice which provides access to justice for people in and around London's most deprived borough. Its services are mostly free to its clients, people who are often in crisis, vulnerable, marginalised by society and experiencing discrimination. It specialises in immigration, housing and welfare benefits law.
http://www.thlc.co.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
94
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7459Town And Country Planning Association
The funding it for research to gauge the effectiveness of planning in delivering inclusive communities in London, and training and engagement for communities and the public sector (councillors, council officers and GLA officials) to demonstrate the power and potential of planning in London to create inclusive communities.
GBP80000.002018-02-2118
GB-CHC-214348
Town And Country Planning Association214348LondonE05000644St James's
The TCPA prides itself on leading-edge, radical thinking and problem-solving. The Association is the oldest charity in the UK concerned with housing and town planning and campaigns for the reform of the UK planning system to make it more responsive to people and needs and aspirations and to promote sustainable development.
https://www.tcpa.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
95
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7463Unions 21
The funding is to bring the Co-Worker platform to the UK. Working directly with CoWorker, it will seek to enable hard to reach workers to run workplace campaigns, join unions and bargain effectively, as well as help unions to build internal digital capacity (especially within the smaller unions).
GBP54000.002018-03-0118
GB-COH-03773722
Unions 213773722LondonE05000370Clerkenwell
Unions 21 exists to support unions to increase their influence, impact and effectiveness within the world of work. We do this by working with unions, supporters and stakeholders to create an open space for research, innovation and activity to assist unions to secure a better life for working people.
http://unions21.org.uk
London-wide,National
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
96
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.2017-7444
Wadajir Somali Community Centre
The funding is for an accessible advice and guidance project to support vulnerable Somalis in Tower Hamlets who need support to resolve pressing social welfare issues before they escalate. Also to support Somalis to understand and access mainstream support and to become more empowered in resolving their own issues.
GBP45000.002018-02-2136
GB-CHC-1104972
Wadajir Somali Community Centre1104972LondonE05009325LansburyWadajir offers a lifeline to vulnerable and excluded Somalis in Tower Hamlets, supporting them to resolve complex life issues, gain qualifications, experience and skills and through health initiatives. We offer advocacy, advice, courses, outreach and drop in. This is a Somali-led project in the heart of the community.
Tower Hamlets
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Advice
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
97
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7438Waltham Forest Stand Up For Your Rights
The funding is towards the costs of an advice and campaigning network for benefit claimants. This will include recruit ing more volunteers and provide them with training on benefits and offer longer and/or more frequent drop in sessions for claimants.
GBP5600.002018-02-2124
360G-trustforlondon-org:Waltham-Forest-Stand-Up-For-Your-Rights
Waltham Forest Stand Up For Your RightsLondonE05000590Cann HallWSUFYR is a self-organised group of claimants who supports others by informing them of their rights and entitlements to benefits and encourages mutual support of and by claimants. This includes representation on collective issues with the Department of Work and Pensions and signposting claimants to other agencies.
Waltham Forest
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Advice
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
98
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7455Women for Refugee Women
The funding is to consolidate and expand its work to enable refugee women with experience of detention and destitution to speak out to new audiences, in order to improve public understanding of their experiences and build support for a fairer immigration system.
GBP90000.002018-02-2136
GB-CHC-1165320
Women for Refugee Women1165320LondonE05000367Bunhill
Women for Refugee Women supports women who seek asylum. It works in three main areas: to empower refugee women to tell their stories; to communicate with key audiences to improve understanding of refugee women's experiences; and to work with policy makers in order to build a fairer asylum process.
http://www.refugeewomen.co.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
99
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-05.10.17-7454Zacchaeus 2000 Trust
The funding is to continue to challenge the triple impact of cuts to benefits, above-inflation rent increases and the additional burden of Council Tax charges – through its research and campaigning, which is informed by its casework – to continue to shine a light on issues of poverty and inequality.
GBP150000.002018-03-0136
GB-CHC-1110841
Zacchaeus 2000 Trust1110841LondonE05000644St James's
Zacchaeus 2000 Trust is an anti-poverty charity  that was initially set up to support those affected by the Poll Tax. We have since evolved to support those affected by Social Security reform and to campaign against social security cuts and lack of social and affordable housing for those on benefits.
https://www.z2k.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
100
360G-trustforlondon-MAIN-S2-06.02.18-7605Evelyn 190 Centre
The funding would be used for 1 full time specialist employment.advice worker. They will advise clients face to face, negotiate with third parties, assist clients to prepare for Tribunal.and Court.and represent when it is appropriate. They would raise awareness of employment rights to other agencies, employers, etc.
GBP800006/14/201824
GB-CHC-1049147
Evelyn 190 Centre1049147LondonE05000443Evelyn
Evelyn 190 Centre are set up to provide specialist advice, advocacy and representation in; Housing, Employment, Debt and Welfare Benefits. We are the only advice agency in Lewisham providing specialist Employment Advice and main provider of specialist Housing Advice. We assist to Tribunal and Court representation level.
http://www.evelyn190centre.org.uk
LewishamGB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-04-12T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/