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360G-trustforlondon-COVID19 07 04 20-1
Shpresa Programme
The funding is for: phone credit to keep vulnerable unaccompanied asylum-seeking children in touch, food packs for self-isolating/sick asylum seekers. These needs arise from the COVID19 emergency.
GBP50002020-04-073
GB-CHC-1110688
Shpresa Programme
111068810556197LondonE05000478
Canning Town South
Shpresa Programme is a user-led organisation, promoting the participation and contribution of the Albanian-speaking community in the UK, enabling them to play a positive & active role in the communities where they now live. It develops holistic, user-led services with, rather than for, people.
http://www.shpresaprogramme.com/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
3
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19 07 04 20-2
Action for Refugees in Lewisham
The funding is for grants and additional support for asylum seeker, refugee, and migrant families in South London in response to the COVID19 emergency.
GBP39002020-04-073
GB-CHC-1116344
Action for Refugees in Lewisham
11163440LondonE05000448
Lewisham Central
AFIL gives refugees, asylum seekers, and vulnerable migrants the skills, knowledge, and support required to integrated into the community and prosper in their new home. Provide a range of services in Lewisham, including supplementary school for children, advice service and adult language classes.
http://www.afril.org.uk/
Lewisham
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
4
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19 07 04 20-3
Just for Kids Law
The funding is for supporting the urgent needs of young people aged up to the age of 25 facing immediate crisis, such as paying for food, utilities, accommodation, heating and clothing, as well as providing for the essential needs of their own young families. These needs arise from the COVID19 emergency.
GBP40002020-04-073
GB-CHC-1121638
Just for Kids Law
11216380LondonE05000369Canonbury
Just for Kids Law (JfKL) provides holistic representation and support to vulnerable children and young people through child-centred advocacy, legal services and youth opportunities. It also works towards systemic change and promotes the rights of children through strategic litigation, policy and public affairs work, and research.
http://www.justforkidslaw.org/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
5
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19 07 04 20-4
Freedom From Torture
The funding is for COVID19 emergency relief packages to be made available to clients, including data and phone credit, advance cash relief payments to cover additional weeks to enable clients to stock up on essentials and look after themselves for longer, and, for those clients who need them, smart phones.
GBP50002020-04-073
GB-CHC-1000340
Freedom From Torture
10003400LondonE05000371
Finsbury Park
Freedom from Torture provides expert holistic therapeutic and practical support to torture survivors to help them rehabilitate and overcome their multiple and complex problems. It undertakes a wide range of policy advocacy activities to protect and promote the rights of torture survivors in the UK.
http://www.freedomfromtorture.org/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
6
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19 07 04 20-5
Kanlungan Filipino Consortium
The funding is to provide free provision of food, groceries, medicines for migrant nurses/carers, elderly affected by COVID19
GBP48702020-04-073
GB-CHC-1077224
Kanlungan Filipino Consortium
10772244249530LondonE05000141
King's Cross
Kanlungan Filipino Consortium provides advice, education, training to Filipino migrants & families to improve their welfare. They support vulnerable Filipino migrants, mostly those working as frontline nurses and care workers and their family members, especially women who have issues with employment, immigration and welfare. They also support people with mental health issues, through arts therapy, creative writing etc. They support women from a range of countries who have been trafficked as domestic workers or who are victims of abuse and violence by their employers. They support elderly people in their community through health and well being activities.
http://www.kanlungan.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
7
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19 07 04 20-6
Africa Advocacy Foundation
The funding is for providing urgent support for vulnerable individuals at risk and lacking food and essential items due to the COVID19 emergency.
GBP50002020-04-073
GB-CHC-1164778
Africa Advocacy Foundation
11647781993854LondonE05011100
Dulwich Village
Africa Advocacy Foundation provides practical support, advice and information to address ill health, poverty, isolation. They support individuals and families including: People living with HIV; Older people; Women affected by violence e.g. Female Genital Mutilation, sexual exploitation; Refugees, undocumented individuals and asylum seekers with no recourse to public funds.
http://www.africadvocacy.org/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
8
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-03.04.20-7
South West London Law Centres
The funding is for the creation of a new consultancy post, to co-ordinate the provision of information, delivery of legal advice and assistance by members of ELAN in relation to all COVID19 employment issues and liaise across the not-for-profit- sector generally to ensure a seamless service to tackle the crisis.
GBP343802020-04-036
GB-CHC-1102433
South West London Law Centres
11024338144361LondonE05011468Fairfield
SWLLC's mission is to fight injustice, inequality and poverty, standing up for people who are marginalised, and helping those who would otherwise have no access to law or legal remedies. Its support ranges from free legal advice through to representation in social welfare law at courts and tribunals, covering debt, employment, housing, welfare rights immigration & asylum, public law, and community care. Alongside a busy daytime casework and representation service, it runs one of the largest pro bono clinic programmes in the country.
http://www.swllc.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
9
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-04.05.20-20
Institute for Fiscal Studies
The funding is for a project to use real time anonymised bank data to monitor the personal finances of Londoners throughout the COVID19 crisis, to provide an early warning system for policymakers, show which groups are struggling, and understand the effects of policies.
GBP200002020-05-046
GB-CHC-258815
Institute for Fiscal Studies
258815954616LondonE05000129Bloomsbury
IFS aims to promote effective economic and social policies by better understanding how policies affect individuals, families, businesses and the government's finances. Their research has gained a worldwide reputation for academic rigour and has had a broad impact on policy makers, think tanks and practitioners. IFS aims to bridge the gap between purely academic research and issues of practical policy design or evaluation. The Institute strives to be at the forefront of UK and international research in its chosen fields, but also places a high priority on the policy relevance and communication of its research.
http://www.ifs.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
10
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-05 05 20-21
Horn of Africa Disability and Elderly Association
The funding is for welfare rights and health and safety support of 75 marginalised and disproportionately affected BAME families, plus food parcels to a core group of 9 most vulnerable beneficiaries, in response to the COVID19 emergency.
GBP98802020-05-054
GB-CHC-1113950
Horn of Africa Disability and Elderly Association
11139500LondonE05000192Walpole
HADEA's main objectives are: To relieve poverty, sickness and distress mainly amongst people of refugee and BME backgrounds who are suffering from physical and mental disabilities; The relief of children and young people in need such as those that are disabled, have learning difficulties; The promotion of healthy lifestyles and raising awareness on health issues affecting the elderly
http://www.hadea.info
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
11
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-05 05 20-22
Helen Bamber Foundation
The funding is for additional housing and welfare casework for vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers who are survivors of trafficking and torture during the COVID19 crisis, plus a contribution to the costs of emergency relief and transitioning Helen Bamber Foundation’s services to online and phone support.
GBP100002020-05-053
GB-CHC-1149652
Helen Bamber Foundation
11496520LondonE05000131Cantelowes
The Helen Bamber Foundation is the UK’s foremost clinical and legal expert organisation supporting particularly vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers who have suffered human trafficking, torture and other forms of extreme human cruelty. Its innovative combination of expert services includes specialist psychological therapy, expert legal protection, bespoke housing, welfare and integration support
http://www.helenbamber.org/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
12
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-05 05 20-23
Migrants Organise Ltd
The funding is for remote transformative holistic support for 100 women, the majority of whom are asylum seeking single mothers who have experienced trafficking and gender-based violence. They will provide immigration and welfare advice case-work; one to one mentoring support; a range of group well-being activities; specialist therapeutic support and mother and child storytelling sessions, in repsponse to COVID19.
GBP185002020-05-053
GB-CHC-1077116
Migrants Organise Ltd
10771160LondonE05009396Golborne
Migrants Organise is an award winning, grass roots platform where migrants and refugees connect, build common ground, speak out and organise for dignity and justice. The organisation believes that, if given a chance, refugees and migrants can rebuild their lives, thrive and make a positive contribution to communities and society. The work of Migrants Organise combines service delivery, organising, advocacy and strategic policy work.
http://www.migrantsorganise.org/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
13
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-05 05 20-24
Working Families
The funding is for temporary, additional staffing for its Legal Advice Service to enable the advice team to respond to the massive increase in queries to its employment rights and benefits legal helpline. It will also help to regularly update employment rights in response to the COVID19 emergency.
GBP100002020-05-053
GB-CHC-1099808
Working Families
10998080LondonE05009302Cripplegate
Working Families (WF) provides specialist free legal advice on employment rights to working parents experiencing unreasonable/unjust treatment at work. It also works with employers to create high-performing workplaces which encourage better work-life balance for working families.
http://www.workingfamilies.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
14
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-05 05 20-25
Timewise Foundation CIC
The funding is for targeted, online guidance and training to employers and employees to adapt to remote, part-time working and redesign roles as a result of the crisis. The aim is to help employers and employees (in particular parents and carers) stay in work and prevent them falling into poverty in response to the COVID19 emergency.
GBP342252020-05-054
GB-COH-05274371
Timewise Foundation CIC
05274371LondonE05011104
London Bridge & West Bermondsey
Timewise Foundation (TWF) works to build a fairer, flexible jobs market so that everyone can find the flexibility they need in their career without losing their value in the workplace. It also supports employers to recognise the value in flexible working whilst helping to unlock more quality jobs to flexible and part time hours.
https://timewise.co.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better Work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
15
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-09 04 20-10
Passage 2000
The funding is towards consumable goods urgently needed to enable us to cook and deliver hot food to homeless people in Westminster. COVID19 response.
GBP50002020-04-093
GB-CHC-1079764
Passage 2000
10797640LondonE05000646
Vincent Square
The Passage runs a range of services to prevent and end homelessness. The main activities include: street outreach work, a resource centre, an assessment hostel, managing self-contained accommodation for previously homeless people, follow-on resettlement support and homelessness prevention work
https://www.passage.org.uk
Westminster
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
16
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-09 04 20-11
Refugee Action Kingston
The funding is towards a hardship fund to provide for vulnerable clients. COVID19 response.
GBP49002020-04-093
GB-CHC-1176768
Refugee Action Kingston
11767684763838LondonE05000403Canbury
Refugee Action Kingston supports refugees in Kingston. Activities and services include advice and information on immigration, housing and benefits; an accredited counselling service; as well as other services to ease and support the resettlement of refugees in its borough, including ESOL support.
https://www.refugeeactionkingston.org.uk/
Kingston Upon Thames
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
17
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-09 04 20-8
Mind in Barnet
The funding is towards unlimited calls and data sim cards for staff to enable them to remain in touch with vulnerable clients. COVID19 response.
GBP20702020-04-093
GB-CHC-295701
Mind in Barnet
2957010LondonE05000063
Woodhouse
Mind in Barnet is a mental health charity affiliated to National Mind. It provides counselling, advocacy, employment support services, and social clubs primarily to people living in LB Barnet
http://www.mindinbarnet.org.uk/
Barnet
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
18
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-09 04 20-9
Age UK Camden
The funding is towards the purchase of emergency food and provisions to include 800 parcels to deliver to older people. COVID19 response.
GBP50002020-04-093
GB-CHC-293446
Age UK Camden
2934461854266LondonE05000141
King's Cross
Age UK Camden offers services to support older residents in Camden. It provides information and advice, counselling, social support as well as services to enable older people to remain in the community, including support over direct payments.
http://www.ageukcamden.org.uk/
Camden
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
19
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-13 05 20-26
Mary Ward Legal Centre
The funding is for the costs associated with transforming their free face-to-face advice services to telephone and online advice. Areas of advice include: debt, housing, welfare benefits, employment, family, consumer, general civil litigation. This is in response to the COVID19 emergency. (London Community Response grant).
GBP120002020-05-133
GB-CHC-1024148
Mary Ward Legal Centre
10241483180659LondonE05000138
Holborn and Covent Garden
The Mary Ward Legal Centre aims to tackle poverty and disadvantage through maximising incomes, reducing debts and homelessness, challenging discrimination, improving housing conditions and general wellbeing. They do this by providing free legal advice and representation to help people to resolve their housing, debt and welfare benefit issues.
http://www.marywardlegal.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
20
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-13 05 20-27
Paddington Law Centre
The funding is for new IT equipment and salaries of a specialist welfare rights worker and an employment worker to undertake casework/representation work with people affected by COVID19 for a nine month period. The benificiaries will be low paid workers, low skilled migrants working in the gig sector and many on zero hour contracts as well as people people in temporary accommodation. (London Community Response grant).
GBP80002020-05-139
GB-CHC-299948
Paddington Law Centre
2999480LondonE05000635
Harrow Road
Paddington Law Centre is a long established provider of free legal services to people in North Westminster. It is based on the borders of Kensington & Chelsea and Brent, hence also serves clients from these boroughs. It serves some of the poorest people severly affected by poverty.
Kensington & Chelsea, Brent
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Exceptional
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
21
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-13 05 20-28
Shpresa Programme
The funding is for purchasing appropriate digital infrastructure upgrades and professional input from a software development company to secure and optimise its new digital client support platform so that it is technically sustainable over the longer term and can be embedded as a permanent interactive client facing online service. This is in response to the COVID19 emergency. (London Community Response grant).
GBP125002020-05-133
GB-CHC-1110688
Shpresa Programme
11106885588883LondonE05000478
Canning Town South
Shpresa (‘hope’ in Albanian) promotes the participation and contribution of the Albanian-speaking community (ASC) in the UK, enabling them to play a positive and active role in the communities where they now live.
http://www.shpresaprogramme.com/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
22
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-13 05 20-29
Your Employment Settlement Service
This funding is for the provision of dispute resolution and coaching /advice for employees and small employers relating to COVID19. Coordinating on-line free mediation, with volunteer mediators, to deal with COVID19 issues, outstanding and new claims, including support to unrepresented claimants in mediations. Signposting to parties of relevant legal information to enable parties to find solutions. (London Community Response grant).
GBP122002020-05-133
GB-CHC-1155344
Your Employment Settlement Service
11553441418763LondonE05000644St James's
YESS provide employment law advice with the aim of resolving disputes without litigation.
http://yesslaw.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
23
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-13 05 20-30
Youth Legal and Resource Centre
The funding is for the replacement of Legal Aid income of the Director, Senior solicitor and housing solicitor due to the extra administrative work needed to transform its work online. This is in response to the COVID19 emergency. (London Community Response grant).
GBP121102020-05-133
GB-CHC-1151052
Youth Legal and Resource Centre
11510520LondonE05000629
West Putney
Youth Legal and Resource Centre (YLRC) provides specialist legal advice in community care, housing law, debt and financial management for young people. It also provides advice to support organisations, their service users support workers and legal professionals.
http://www.youthlegal.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
24
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-13 05 20-31
East European Resource Centre
The funding is for the costs of delivering EERC’s services to vulnerable and marginalised Eastern Europeans in the context of the COVID19 emergency, to increase gateway and advice capacity, train staff to meet emerging and urgent client needs, and to support staff and volunteers to mitigate burnout.
GBP500002020-05-133
GB-CHC-1114607
East European Resource Centre
11146070LondonE05000261
Ravenscourt Park
East European Resource Centre (EERC) provides advice, support, and resources to vulnerable and marginalised Eastern Europeans in London. It focuses on those vulnerable due to health, age, poverty, exploitation, and homelessness; as well as those marginalised due to nationality, ethnic group, or migration status.
http://www.eerc.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
25
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-22 04 20-13
Voice of Domestic Workers
The funding is for continuing remote classes and support services (£576) and hardship fund (£4000). It will continue its weekly ESOL and Wellbeing classes and counselling programme by purchasing Zoom Pro and paying additional tutor hours to deliver online classes. Many members are now facing destitution and have no recourse to public funds. The hardship fund will be used to respond to these urgent needs during COVID19.
GBP46002020-04-223
GB-CHC-1175266
Voice of Domestic Workers
11752660LondonE05000604Leyton
The Voice of Domestic Workers is an educations and campaigning group calling for justice and right’s for migrant domestic workers in the UK. The organisation provides educational and community activities for domestic workers - including English language lessons, drama and art classes, and employment advice, and provide support for domestic workers who exit from abusive employers.
http://www.thevoiceofdomesticworkers.com/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
26
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-22 04 20-14
Asylum Support Appeals Project
The funding is for the cost of buying 8 lap-tops and work mobiles to equip ASAP staff members to work from home during COVID19.
GBP95002020-04-223
GB-CHC-1105625
Asylum Support Appeals Project
11056250LondonE05009318
Blackwall & Cubitt Town
ASAP work to reduce destitution among people claiming asylum in the UK by defending their legal right to food and shelter. This is done by providing free legal advice and representation to asylum-seekers at a special tribunal; by providing expert advice and training to other advisors who are helping asylum-seekers and by advocacy work with the Home Office to change relevant policies.
http://www.asaproject.org/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
27
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-22 04 20-15
Naz Project London
The funding is for casework and supervision costs to increase advice capabilities to BAME HIV/ LGBTQI communities in response to the COVID19 emergency.
GBP200002020-04-226
GB-CHC-1014056
Naz Project London
10140560LondonE05000256
Hammersmith Broadway
NAZ is a sexual health improvement charity addressing inequalities in Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) HIV, sexual & reproductive health. The charity is minority-led and provides culturally specific sexual health services to those historically left behind, addressing inequalities BAME communities experience in HIV, Sexual and Reproductive Health.
http://www.naz.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
28
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-22 04 20-16
Latin American House
The funding is for core costs to permit expansion of information, advice and guidance on employment and welfare benefits issues, as well as equipment in response to the COVID19 emergency.
GBP100002020-04-223
GB-CHC-1127253
Latin American House
11272530LondonE05000140Kilburn
Latin American House works for the integration, social inclusion and well-being of Latin American and many other Spanish and Portuguese-speaking migrants in London, as well as diverse communities in their local neighbourhood of Kilburn.
http://www.casalatina.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
29
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-22.05.20.32
Friendly Families Nursery
The funding is to to support 3 months core staff costs to help ensure the continued viability of a parent-led nursery in the wake of COVID19.
GBP123002020-05-223
GB-CHC-1184977
Friendly Families Nursery
11849770LondonE05000439Brockley
Friendly Families Nursery is a new parent-led nursery in Deptford established by a group of local parents with support from NEF, Coram Family and Childcare and Peabody Housing Association. Parent-led childcare puts local parents at the helm of organising and delivering our childcare to make sure families’ childcare needs are met and help keep childcare costs low. Parents have set the vision and initial business plan for the nursery, recruited early years professionals and sit on the management board, ensuring a service that works for their neighbourhood and the needs of local families, especially those on lower incomes.
https://friendlyfamiliesnursery.org
Lewisham
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Exceptional
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
30
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-23 05 20 33
Gingerbread
The funding is to expand the capacity of their advice, information and peer support services to single parents in London, and the development of new ways of delivering tailored, single parent specific advice, knowledge and support to provide immediate and responsive emergency help to single parents in the wake of the COVID19 pandemic.
GBP450002020-05-263
GB-CHC-230750
Gingerbread
2307500LondonE05000139
Kentish Town
Gingerbread champion and enable single parent families to live secure and fulfilling lives free from poverty and disadvantage. They provide free, expert, specialist advice through their website, their online benefits calculator and their helpline, staffed by experienced advisors. They also support 12 volunteer-led peer support groups in Greater London.
http://www.gingerbread.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
31
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-24 04 20 17
Child Poverty Action Group
The funding is to provide free access for London’s VCS (focusing on BAME, disabled and vulnerable people) to AskCPAG, an online platform that helps welfare rights advisers navigate the complexities of a rapidly changing social security system. Advisers will be better equipped to ensure poor and low-income families get the support they need. This is in response to the COVID19 emergency.
GBP500002020-04-243
GB-CHC-294841
Child Poverty Action Group
2948410LondonE05009378
Hoxton West
CPAG works to end poverty among children and families, using their understanding to advocate for policies that will prevent and solve poverty. They provide training, advice and information to make families get the financial support they need, helping an estimated 36,000 people last year.
http://www.cpag.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
32
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-24.04.20.18
United Voices of the World
The funding is to improve UVW current communication platforms to its membership and their co-workers, through design of new functionalities on its website, enhanced broadcast lists and purchase of a dedicated CRM which will be crucial to targeting resources, training and organising strategies in several languages during and post COVID19. This is in response to the COVID19 emergency
GBP400002020-04-2412
360G-trustforlondon-org:United-Voices-of-the-World
United Voices of the World
00LondonE05011096
Camberwell Green
UVW is a grassroots trade union which represents, organises and gives voice and visibility to some of the lowest paid, most oppressed, unrepresented and 'invisible' workers in London today, nearly all of whom are migrant, black and minority ethnic workers predominantly in London's private, outsourced service sector.
http://www.uvwunion.org.uk
London-wide,National
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
33
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-27 05 20 34
Cardinal Hume Centre
The funding is for advisors and family practitioners to reach out to households with no recourse to public funds to help them address basic needs for food, mitigate risks to their housing and navigate their immigration status needs during and after the COVID19 crisis.
GBP329002020-05-276
GB-CHC-1090836
Cardinal Hume Centre
10908360LondonE05000644St James's
The Cardinal Hume Centre is an advice, education and residential services charity that aims to address the root causes of homelessness and help people avoid the streets.
http://www.cardinalhumecentre.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
34
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-27.04.20.12
Bright Blue Campaign
The funding is for a project that will examine the trends in ability to, and experience of, staying at and working from home across households of different levels of income and family structures, especially during the COVID19 pandemic.
GBP200002020-04-273
GB-COH-07940506
Bright Blue Campaign
07940506LondonE05009305
Farringdon Without
Bright Blue is an independent think tank for liberal conservatism, applying liberal conservative ideas and insights to tackle major economic and social problems. They defend and champion liberal, open and meritocratic values, institutions and policies through an extensive programme of research and events. So far, their thinking and ideas have had significant influence on public debate and government policy. Their research focuses on five main themes: energy and environment, human rights and discrimination, integrated Britain, social reform, and ageing society.
http://www.brightblue.org.uk
National
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
35
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-28 04 20-19
Work Rights Centre
The funding is for extending advice clinic hours and providingcommunity language advice, and IT solutions i.e. infographics and mobile templates to enable clients without English/IT skills to challenge employers acting unlawfully and to access their entitlements. This is in response to the COVID19 emergency.
GBP225292020-04-303
GB-CHC-1165419
Work Rights Centre
11654190LondonE05009326Limehouse
Work Rights Centre (WoRC) provides free and accessible advice and information to migrant workers in low paid, insecure employment, mostly to Romanian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian and Italian nationals. At this moment of crisis, WoRC’s multilingual team of advisers are providing advice over the phone, and via email and social media.
http://www.workrightscentre.org/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
36
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-29 05 20 35
Brent Private Tenants Rights Group
The funding is to provide financial advice and emergency support to isolated private tenants who are struggling to pay their rent as a result of COVID19 emergency. It will also contribute to the costs of interpreters, and to providing additional HR and digital support to the Chief Executive to support the staff team. (London Community Response Grant)
GBP100002020-05-293
GB-CHC-1051979
Brent Private Tenants Rights Group
10519790LondonE05000094Kilburn
Advice4Renters (Brent Private Tenants Group) 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 supports smaller advice groups.
http://www.advice4renters.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
37
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-29 05 20 36
Ealing Law Centre
The funding is for the redeployment of a Housing Solicitor to meet increased demand for advice to tenants at risk of losing their homes, and additional hours for a benefits specialist to increase service to Ealing Foodbank for phone triage/signposting as a result of financial hardship in response to the COVID19 emergency (London Community Response Grant)
GBP169002020-05-294
GB-CHC-1151243
Ealing Law Centre
11512430LondonE05011117
Surrey Docks
Ealing Law Centre (ELC) was established to provide expert legal services free of charge to people in need; they advise them on housing, welfare rights and immigration problems, and represent them in courts and tribunals. They also work closely with a network of front-line referral agencies.
http://ealinglawcentre.org.uk/
Ealing
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
38
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-29 05 20 37
Hackney Migrant Centre
The funding is for additional temporary staff costs, so they can continue to offer holistic support to vulnerable refugees and migrants; as housing and immigration casework, direct poverty relief support and other advocacy has become more time-consuming and complex while coordinated remotely during COVID19 emergency. (London Community Response Grant)
GBP84252020-05-293
GB-CHC-1122363
Hackney Migrant Centre
11223630LondonE05009385
Stoke Newington
Hackney Migrant Centre (HMC) runs a weekly drop-in advice service and ongoing casework for refugees, asylum seekers and other migrants in need, offering free immigration advice, welfare/housing support and health advocacy. They also contribute to campaigns, with a focus on Free School Meals for all who need them, regardless of immigration status; and against healthcare charges for migrants.
http://www.hackneymigrantcentre.org.uk/
Hackney
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
39
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-29 05 20 38
Islington Law Centre
The funding is for digital infrastructure to enable safe remote working which became necessary in the aftermath of the Covid19 emergency. This has included supplying staff with laptops mobile phones, printers, software to facilitate dealing with courts and barristers, adopting e-Fax facilities, and IT support. (London Community Response Grant)
GBP166362020-05-293
GB-CHC-268468
Islington Law Centre
2684680LondonE05000380St Peter's
Islington Law Centre (ILC) has been providing free legal advice and assistance to people on low incomes who live and/or work in Islington since 1972. It offers specialist legal advice, casework and representation on immigration, housing, welfare benefits, debt, education and public law. ILC also runs special initiatives.
http://www.islingtonlaw.org.uk
Islington
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
40
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-29 05 20 39
Polish and Eastern European Christian Family Centre
The funding is for adding 18 hours to an advisor’s post to respond to increased Covid19 related demand for advice; equipment; developing the website and social media in Polish and Russian; and other costs related to remote working over 13 weeks. (London Community Response Grant)
GBP127002020-05-293
GB-CHC-1126136
Polish and Eastern European Christian Family Centre
11261360LondonE05000276
Northumberland Park
PEEC supports Eastern European migrants and focuses on the most vulnerable, including those who do not speak English, lack qualifications, or are homeless. PEEC offers advice on housing, benefits, employment, and access to services. It also runs ESOL classes and groups for seniors, under 5’s, and parents.
http://www.peec.org.uk/
0
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Advice
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
41
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-09 06 20 40
Bromley Experts by Experience CIC
The funding is to pay the coordinator for additional hours worked in the current situation. It will also cover: Easy Read interpretation costs which have increased due to new information being produced, printing and postage costs for up-to-date information; PA and technological support for remote working; participant costs of online social activities. This is in response to the COVID19 emergency. (London Community Response Fund grant)
GBP469306/09/20203
GB-COH-07976417
Bromley Experts by Experience CIC
07976417LondonE05000123
Penge and Cator
Bromley Experts by Experience supports deaf and disabled people and carers to get their voices heard and to influence change locally. The organisation promotes independent living and inclusion. It further promotes equality by developing the skills of disabled people and supporting them to take on leadership roles.
https://www.xbyxbromley.com
Bromley
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
42
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-09 06 20 41
London Irish Centre
The funding is for IT costs, tablets, the salary of a volunteer coordinator and a contribution to overheads in response to the Covid19 crisis. (London Community Response Grant)
GBP2000006/09/20203
GB-CHC-1149787
London Irish Centre
11497870LondonE05000131Cantelowes
London Irish Centre supports London’s Irish community. It offers: Community support including welfare benefits housing and legal advice, crisis grants; Care, through telephone Befriending; Lunch and Social Clubs; workshops to reduce isolation and promote good health. Cultural events showcasing Irish music, dance and comedy; Irish library; language classes.
http://www.londonirishcentre.org/
0
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
43
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-09 06 20 42
Legal Action Group
The funding is for funds to cover LAG staff working from home and resource to put eight of their social welfare books online: Legal Aid Handbook 2020/21, Housing Law Handbook, Community Care, Employment Law, Adult Social Care Law, Housing Conditions, Criminal Costs and Youth Justice Law and Practice. This is in response to the COVID19 emergency. (London Community Response Grant)
GBP790506/09/20203
GB-CHC-265703
Legal Action Group
2657031095065LondonE05009399
Notting Dale
Legal Action Group, a national, independent charity promotes equal access to justice for all members of society who are socially, economically or otherwise disadvantaged. LAG is an established and respected publisher of books and a magazine which cover a wide range of social welfare law including housing/homelessness, social care, disabled children's rights, education, employment & youth justice.
https://www.lag.org.uk/home
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
44
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-09 06 20 43
Ocean Somali Community Association
The funding is to increase capacity of welfare advice services to cope with the increased demand caused by COVID19 by employing 2 additional part time advice workers.(London Community Response Grant)
GBP1650006/09/20206
GB-CHC-1115114
Ocean Somali Community Association
11151140LondonE05009327Mile End
OSCA is a registered charity and provides free services for all residents in Tower Hamlets and other East London Boroughs. OSCA was first established to help the community to access services, welfare advice, support service providers and front-line staff, and understanding of the community in addressing social barriers.
http://www.oceansomali.org.uk/
0
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
45
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-09 06 20 44
Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA)
The funding is for a project that will profile and understand the economic security gap as it relates to the experience of ‘key workers’ and their households. It will seek to understand the effects of the COVID19 pandemic and the principles, policy ideas and solutions that will support a better future.
GBP4500011/06/202012
GB-CHC-212424
Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA)
2124240LondonE05000644St James's
The RSA believes in a world where everyone is able to participate in creating a better future. Through theirideas, research and a 30,000 strong Fellowship they are a global community of proactive problem solvers, sharing powerful ideas, carrying out cutting-edge research and building networks and opportunities for people to collaborate, influence and demonstrate practical solutions to realise change. The RSA has been at the forefront of social change for over 260 years. RSA's work focuses on supporting innovation in ftheirmajor arenas: economy and work, public services, education, and design and innovation.
https://www.thersa.org/
National
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
46
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-09 06 20 45
Citizens Advice Waltham Forest
The funding is to support remote working forced upon CAWF by COVID19 - this includes equipment, IT support, video conferencing training and supervisor to train and regularly supervise volunteers working remotely. (London Community Response Grant)
GBP2011006/09/20203
GB-CHC-1075780
Citizens Advice Waltham Forest
10757800LondonE05000599High Street
Citizens Advice Waltham Forest (CAWF) provides free, confidential, impartial and independent advice, information and advocacy to local communities. CAWF also seeks to influence social policies and services in its borough.
https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/local/waltham-forest/
Waltham Forest
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
47
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-23 06 20 46
Hillingdon Law Centre
The funding is for IT equipment, volunteers’ expenses and to plug a short fall of earned income resulted due to the COVID19 emergency.
GBP80002020-06-236
GB-CHC-290792
Hillingdon Law Centre
2907920LondonE05000325Botwell
Hillindon Law Centre works to defend the legal rights of people in West London, in particular vulnerable, destitute and hard to reach communities. It provides free legal services to help people save their homes, keep their jobs and regularise their immigration status. The Law Centre empowers people on low income to develop skills with which to address legal issues. (London Community Response Grant)
http://www.hillingdonlaw.org.uk/
Hillingdon
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
48
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-25.06.20-47
Refugee and Migrant Network Sutton
The funding is for equipment and phone costs for the advice worker, and to provide access to interpreting for clients with low levels of English. RMNS provides free qualified immigration advice service in Sutton by phone and email, with staff working from home while its office is closed during the COVID19 emergency.
GBP20152020-06-263
GB-CHC-1150500
Refugee and Migrant Network Sutton
11505000LondonE05000565
Sutton North
Refugee and Migrant Network Sutton (RMNS) aims to alleviate the poverty of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants living or working in the London Borough of Sutton by providing them with free, qualified advice on immigration and other topics relevant to their status and well-being.
http://www.rmns.org.uk/
Sutton
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
49
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-26.06.20-48
London School of Economics & Political Science
The funding is for an assessment of the policies that might be introduced when the current Covid 19 suspension of evictions runs out in August; the costs and benefits of different approaches, especially those that help ensure local authorities are not overwhelmed by homelessness applicants; and their implications into the longer term.
GBP252172020-06-262
360G-trustforlondon-org:London-School-of-Economics-&-Political-Science
London School of Economics & Political Science
00LondonE05000644St James's
London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is one of the foremost social science universities in the world with a reputation for excellence in teaching, research and public engagement in the social sciences.. Today more than 12,000 students study at the London campus, while 50,000 plus people each year directly benefit from theirwork.

The School's three key priorities are (1) education for impact - nurturing the world's future leaders and policymakers; (2) issue orientated research for the world; (3) "LSE for everyone" - thriving on diversity of people, ideas and interests – to meet LSE’s core goals .
http://www.lse.ac.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
50
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-13.07.20-50
New Policy Institute
The funding is for NPI to undertake research (for London's Directors of Public Health, PHE and the GLA) to identify people in London whose socio-economic status puts them at heightened risk of catching or transmitting Covid-19, or experiencing direct or indirect harms to health from lockdown.
GBP200002020-07-136
GB-COH-03299606
New Policy Institute
03299606LondonE05009378
Hoxton West
NPI is an independent think tank and consultancy founded in 1996 carrying out economic and social policy research.
http://www.npi.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
51
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-15 07 20-51
Women into Construction
The funding is to support disadvantaged and unemployed women from the most marginalised communities across London to gain training, work placements and employer connections in order to access and successfully apply for sustainable jobs in construction. The project is specifically targeting BAME and those made redundant from service sectors because of COVID19.
GBP481632020-07-156
360G-trustforlondon-org:Women-into-Construction
Women into Construction
00LondonE05009373
Hackney Downs
Women into Construction’s vision is to change the face of construction through gender diversity. WiC provides work experience, training, mentoring and financial support for disadvantaged women to access sustainable employment in the construction sector. Theysupport employers to promote inclusive work environments, to recruit, retain and progress women and to diversify the industry.
https://www.women-into-construction.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
52
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-14.07.20-49
Transport for All
The funding is for the costs of moving work remotely to ensure it can continue to operate in an inclusive, accessible way. It needs software and support to meet its staff's access needs and to provide remote accessible advice and support for the Deaf and disabled community. This is in response to the COVID19 emergency. A London Community Response grant.
GBP74692020-07-143
GB-CHC-1063733
Transport for All
10637330LondonE05000421Ferndale
Transport for All is an independent grassroots charity and a membership organisation of Deaf, disabled and older people striving to increase access to transport for all. Theywork with and for theirmembers fighting for transport access, championing disabled people's rights and providing an unrivalled community of support and advice.
http://www.transportforall.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
53
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-22.07.20-52
Lewisham Citizens Advice Bureaux Service Limited
The funding is for a network of community-based organisations to resume face-to-face advice for the most vulnerable who are not confident accessing digital/telephone services. It is important that staff, volunteers and users know safety can be maintained. Theywill jointly procure risk assessments, deep cleaning and PPE and share technology. This is in response to the COVID19 Emergency.
GBP99502020-07-226
GB-CHC-1075040
Lewisham Citizens Advice Bureaux Service Limited
10750400LondonE05000448
Lewisham Central
Citizensa Advice Lewisham provide information and advice to residents of Lewisham.
http://www.citizensadvicelewisham.org.uk
Lewisham
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
54
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-29.07.20-53
Barnet Lone Parent Centre
The funding is for the costs of hiring additional space within a community centre to deliver face to face advice to vulnerable people without digital skills and/or internet access, in response to COVID19.
GBP57482020-07-296
GB-CHC-1125818
Barnet Lone Parent Centre
11258180LondonE05000049
East Finchley
Based in a local community centre, Barnet Lone Parents Centre (BLPC) supports vulnerable and socially deprived families and individuals living in nearby housing estates. BLPC offers a specialist welfare benefits advice service four days a week, and a toddlers’ stay with toy library sessions two days a week.
http://www.loneparents.btck.co.uk
Barnet
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Advice
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
55
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-29.07.20-54
Cambridge House and Talbot
The funding is for staff salaries in the Law Centre to provide housing and social welfare advice, in response to the COVID19 emergency.
GBP109432020-07-296
GB-CHC-265103
Cambridge House and Talbot
2651031050006LondonE05011096
Camberwell Green
Cambridge House is a frontline service provider and community hub which operates from Southwark to effect change across London. It serves as a home for voluntary organisations and a locus for community action, as well as delivering its own specialist services which help people in crisis progress towards stability and independence.
http://ch1889.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
56
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-29.07.20-55
French African Welfare Association
The funding is to increase its telephone-support service for befriending and confidential advice; increase its online resources and recruit young volunteers to guide older residents on computer basics; prearranged face-to-face meetings at residents’ front-doors introducing them to its services and how to access them; befriending park-walks with residents in response to the COVID19 emergency.
GBP150002020-07-296
GB-CHC-1103174
French African Welfare Association
11031740LondonE05000434
Thurlow Park
FAWA supports vulnerable members of French African communities, working with those struggling to adapt to UK life; providing drop-in and outreach advice, support and workshops on health (including HIV), wellbeing, welfare benefits, housing, parenting, training, employment, education, referring on where needed, plus translation and interpretation and support to counter loneliness and isolation.
http://www.fawauk.net
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
57
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-29.07.20-56
Merton Centre for Independent Living
This funding is for a range of interventions to ensure that information provided byMCIL thorough digital channels is fully accessible. The crisis has made MCIL awareof the need to upgrade its digital communications to widen access and reach.
GBP99342020-07-296
GB-COH-07645926
Merton Centre for Independent Living
07645926LondonE05000458
Cricket Green
Merton Centre for Independent Living (MCIL) is a user-led organisation promotingindependence and inclusion for Deaf and Disabled people. Besides socialwelfare advice, and a Disability Hate Crime partnership project, MCIL organisesmonthly gatherings of Deaf and Disabled residents, and advocates andrepresents their concerns at strategic levels.
https://www.mertoncil.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
58
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-29.07.20-57
Islington Bangladesh Association
The funding is for Welfare Employment Adviser to address the increased numberof people from BAME communities urgently requiring benefits and employmentguidance made unemployed or have not been re-employed following the easing oflockdown, and who are now struggling with no income coming in for them.
GBP93602020-07-296
GB-CHC-1148834
Islington Bangladesh Association
11488340LondonE05000368Caledonian
Islington Bangladesh Association is a registered charitable organisation founded in 1984 as a self-help group by families and residents coming together to help other families, young people, pensioners who face poverty, hardship other life challenges in accessing mainstream services (local authority services, NHS welfare support services) that will improve their quality and standard of life.
http://www.ibal.org.uk
Islington
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
59
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-29.07.20-58
Hodan Somali Community
The funding is for the salaries of two part-time advice workers, an administrative assistant, director, equipment and training to be able to effectively deal with the
increased demand placed on its advice service as result of the pandemic.



It works predominantly with the Somali people including older people with low level of literacy and little or no IT skills. The pandemic has increased isolation, depressionand has created income insecurity. The clients are in need of advice onredundencies, job security, assistance to access Universal Credit, Job SeekersAllowance and Employment Support Allowance.
GBP160002020-07-296
360G-trustforlondon-org:Hodan-Somali-Community
Hodan Somali Community
00LondonE05009394DalgarnoHodan Somali Community is an orgainsation based on the borders of Brent, Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea. It offers social welfare services, advice on health wellbeing, training on employment and runs a youth project.
Brent, Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Advice
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
60
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-30.07.20-59
Mary Ward Legal Centre
The funding is to enable MWLC to provide advice, casework and court/tribunal representation relating to: rent/mortgage arrears; council tax arrears; credit debts; bankruptcy; homelessness; possession proceedings and evictions; poor housing conditions; employment advice, helping people gain their full benefit entitlement through challenging negative decisions. The project will target people living in poverty, severely impacted by Covid-19. Around 40% will have a disability and 60% will be from black and minority ethnic groups.
GBP445002020-07-306
GB-CHC-1024148
Mary Ward Legal Centre
10241480LondonE05000138
Holborn and Covent Garden
Mary Ward Legal Centre (MWLC) provides access to justice for people on a low income who otherwise could not afford to enforce their rights. Their work aims to tackle poverty and disadvantage through maximising incomes, reducing homelessness, improving housing conditions, reducing debts, and challenging discrimination. This is achieved through the provision of free legal advice and representation.
http://www.marywardlegal.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
61
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-30.07.20-60
North Kensington Law Centre
The funding is for the salaries of two solicitors (employment welfare benefit),an administrator and equipment to continue its current free legal advice sevices for people affected by the pandemic. As the lockdown is eased and withdrawal ofgovernment support (e.g.furlough) will have adevasting affect on the localeconomy and on vulnerable residents. The COVID-19 has pushed more people intopoverty and made them even more vulnerable. This has resulted in increased demand for legal services.
GBP375002020-07-306
GB-CHC-279699
North Kensington Law Centre
2796990LondonE05009399
Notting Dale
North Kensington Law Centre is a long established provider of legal services for people unable to afford legal services. The Law Centre sits in the shadow of the Grenfell Tower. Its services includes legal advice on housing, immigration, welfare rights and employment.
http://www.nklc.co.uk
Kensington and Chelsea
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
62
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-30.07.20-62
Youth Legal and Resource Centre
The funding is for increased capacity of specialist legal advice and representation of clients with legal problems including a part-time support worker providing clients a wrap around servicein response to the COVID19 emergency.
GBP425602020-07-306
GB-CHC-1151052
Youth Legal and Resource Centre
11510520LondonE05000629
West Putney
Youth Legal and Resource Centre (YLRC) provides specialist legal advice and representation on housing, Community Care, debt and money advice to young people and families with children.
http://www.youthlegal.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
63
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-18.08.20-63
Council of Somali Organisations
The funding is for CSO to support members to develop appropriate strategies and better communication policies and practices in response to COVID-19. The Communications Analyst will support CSO members to improve their communication strategies by conducting an audit of each organisdation current need and assist in drawing up appropriate strategies to highlight specific issues which had adverse affect on the Somali community.
GBP250002020-08-186
GB-CHC-1154667
Council of Somali Organisations
11546677405401LondonE05000366Barnsbury
Council of Somali Organisations (CSO) is a national second tier organisation set up for the Somali voluntary and community organisations. It aims to provide a collective voice for the Somali community in the UK in areas of health wellbeing, criminal justice, education, poverty and economic empowerment. CSO has a membership of over 100 organisations, majority are based in London. The focus of its work is to build capacity of these organisations, who could advocate for improved polices and services for the benefit of the Somali community.
http://www.councilofsomaliorgs.com
London-wide,National
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Stronger Voices
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
64
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-18.08.20-64
Maternity Action
The funding is for Maternity Action to establish a pro bono email advice service on employment rights for pregnant women and new parents, following COVID19. It also plans to develop a new model of outreach and training on maternity rights for migrant and asylum seekers for frontline voluntary services; and to influence employment and social security policy.
GBP379842020-08-187
GB-CHC-1128776
Maternity Action
11287760LondonE05000367Bunhill
Maternity Action is the UK leading charity committed to ending inequality and improving the health and wellbeing of pregnant women, partners and young children from conception through to the child early years. Through the provision of free, specialist advice on employment rights, maternity pay, maternity benefits and the rights of migrant and asylum seeking women.
http://www.maternityaction.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
65
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-18.08.20-65
Islington People’s Rights
The funding is for the salary of a specialist caseworker, IT equipment and running costs to deliver additional targeted specialist advice around welfare benefits to residents affected by COVID-19. Since March 2020, IPR has faced major challenges, notebly the number of people needing urgent support in welfare benefits, putting significant pressure on staff and systems. It has moved its services online with staff working from home. This required new IT, software, telephone system as well as training.
GBP399002020-08-186
GB-CHC-1077688
Islington People’s Rights
10776881753440LondonE05000371
Finsbury Park
Islington People Rights (IPR) was established to promote the rights and entitlements of people living in poverty, in particular in the field of welfare rights. It is engaged in social policy work and maintains good links with statuturory and voluntary organisations across Islington. The services it offers includes; outreach advice sessions at the offices of other small advice providers and a tribunal representation services.
http://www.ipradvice.org.uk
Islington
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
66
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-18.08.20-66
Tamil Welfare Association ( Newham ) UK
The funding is for extra staff time, on costs of delivering advice services and time of a Consultant to further develop services, policies and fundraising capacity in response to the COVID19 emergency.
GBP223782020-08-186
GB-CHC-1047487
Tamil Welfare Association ( Newham ) UK
10474872962857LondonE05000488Manor Park
Tamil Welfare Association (Newham) UK (TWAN) exists to reduce poverty and help migrants from the community to settle into British society. It delivers a range of services but its primary aim is to offer legal advice and representation to the Tamil migrant community.
http://www.twan.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Advice
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
67
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-18.08.20-67
Thames Reach
The funding is for staff costs including an additional dedicated Job-Broker role, to support people who have fallen out of work to access good quality job opportunities and advice following COVID19.
GBP500002020-08-186
GB-COH-10098652
Thames Reach10098652LondonE05011115St Giles
Thames Reach (TR) exists to help homeless, isolated and vulnerable people to find a decent home, build supportive relationships and lead fulfilling lives. It also seeks to prevent people becoming homeless.
http://www.thamesreach.org.uk
Croydon,Lambeth,Southwark
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
68
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-19.08.20-68
Action Disability Kensington and Chelsea
The funding is for the costs of consultancy,equipment, and materials to make ADKC premises COVID19 safe to re-open for users; Salary costs of providing advice and casework support one extra day a week over 6 months to meet extra demand andassorted expenditure to enable remote service delivery over 6 months.
GBP168452020-08-196
GB-CHC-1045769
Action Disability Kensington and Chelsea
10457693040329LondonE05009399
Notting Dale
Action on Disability Kensington Chelsea (ADKC) is a Deaf and Disabled people'sorganisation (DDPO). It runs a resource centre offering a range of services and activities to enhance quality of life and opportunities for local disabled people. Additionally, ADKC champions rights and inclusion for disabled people in its borough
http://www.adkc.org.uk
Kensington and Chelsea
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
69
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-19.08.20-69
Asylum Aid
This funding is for organisational transition costs to permit vulnerable asylum seekerst to receive vital legal support to secure their protection in the UK, following a period of uncertainty, resulting in Asylum Aid acquisition by the HBF [Helen Bamber Foundation] Group, in the context of the COVID19 emergency.
GBP100002020-08-196
GB-CHC-328729
Asylum Aid3287292513874LondonE05000634
Church Street
Asylum Aid provides quality legal support to vulnerable asylum seekers and refugees, delivering specialist advice and end-to-end casework and representation. It is a thought leader in the sector and uses its casework to seek strategic legal challenges and Judicial Review, and policy change.
http://www.asylumaid.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
70
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-19.08.20-70
Community of Tigrayan Refugees in the United Kingdom
The funding is for welfare benefits, housing and general advice for Tigrayans living in poverty, and affected by trauma and isolation in London. A key element will be collaborations with health and specialist services e.g. GP, debt advisors, remotely and face to face, in the context of the COVID19 emergency.
GBP84892020-08-196
GB-CHC-1158762
Community of Tigrayan Refugees in the United Kingdom
11587620LondonE05000429Stockwell
Community of Tigrayan in the UK (CTG-UK) is the only Tigrayan-focussed charity in London, targeting disadvantaged and vulnerable members of the Tigrayan community as a specialist provider. It supports people of all ages and both genders, addressing issues such as health, poverty and education through both remedial and proactive services. CTG-UK provide information, Advice and Support on social welfare issues
http://www.ctguk.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Advice
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
71
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-19.08.20-71
Disability Law Service
The funding is for adaptations to the DLS office to enable social distancing and a safe working environment for staff in the context of the COVID19 pandemic.
GBP43922020-08-196
GB-CHC-280805
Disability Law Service
2808051408520LondonE05000426Oval
The Disability Law Service (DLS) provides free legal advice, casework and representation for disabled people and their families and carers, covering community care, employment, housing and welfare benefits, plus referrals and signposting where problems fall outside its remit. It advocates for changes to the law where it disadvantages disabled people.
http://www.dls.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
72
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-19.08.20-72
Island Advice Centre
The funding is for 3 high-quality laptops to pilot a new cloud-based, laptop-based system of working; IT consultancy to set up and equip the laptops, and 2 days a week Advice Service Coordinator time to manage the project and continue to co-ordinate remote delivery of services in light of Covid19.
GBP92652020-08-196
GB-CHC-1076857
Island Advice Centre
10768573375266LondonE05009318
Blackwall & Cubitt Town
Island Advice Centre is an independent advice centre, giving generalist and specialist legal advice in welfare benefits, debt and housing. They also provide training, volunteer placements, capacity building to other advice centres, and maintain a network website.
http://www.island-advice.org.uk
Tower Hamlets
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
73
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-19.08.20-73
People First (Self Advocacy)
The funding is for communicating with and supporting self-advocacy organisations across London to find out how they're working with their members, what issues they've experienced during Covid-19, and what has and hasn't worked. They will bring them together using alternative methods of communicating and organising.
GBP96002020-08-196
GB-CHC-1057354
People First (Self Advocacy)
10573543134827LondonE05000421Ferndale
People First is the national user led self-advocacy organisation working with people with learning difficulties and their self-advocacy groups. Theirmission is to promote the user led voice of people with learning difficulties as equal and valued citizens. They give information, advice, support, and training to break down the barriers people with learning difficulties face.
http://www.peoplefirstltd.com
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Stronger Voices
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
74
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-19.08.20-74
South West London Law Centres
The funding is to co-ordinate the delivery of legal advice and assistance by the Employment Legal Advice Network (ELAN) members involving all employment issues arising out of the Covid-19 crisis and liaise across the not-for-profit- sector generally in relation to initiatives to tackle impact of the crisis on employment rights.
GBP166002020-08-196
GB-CHC-1102433
South West London Law Centres
11024335018587LondonE05011468Fairfield
South West London Law Centres fights injustice, inequality and poverty.Its support ranges from free legal advice through to representation in social welfare law at courts and tribunals, covering debt, employment, housing, welfare rights immigration asylum, public law, and community care. They also run of the largest pro bono clinic services in the country.
http://www.swllc.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
75
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-19.08.20-75
Wadajir Somali Community Centre
The funding is for the salary towards a full-time advisor to increase the capacity of its advice service in addition to training, a cleaner and IT equipment to respond to COVID19
GBP188622020-08-196
GB-CHC-1104972
Wadajir Somali Community Centre
11049720LondonE05009325Lansbury
Wadajir Somali Community Centre (WSCC) is a locally-led community centre which helps the Somali community in Tower Hamlets providing language support, welfare advice, social groups, drop-in facilities, support groups and a food bank.
http://www.wadajirsomali.org
Tower Hamlets
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Advice
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
76
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-19.08.20-76
Wanstead and Woodford Migrant Support
The funding is for setting up a housing advice service to complement specialist immigration advice. It will prioritise those who are destitute or at risk of destitution. It will also assist in creating a volunteer information officer role, and to strengthen the trustee board, in the context of the COVID19 emergency.
GBP46002020-08-196
GB-CHC-1172757
Wanstead and Woodford Migrant Support
11727570LondonE05011236Bridge
Wanstead and Woodford Migrant Support provides advocacy, advice and support services to vulnerable migrants. It currently provides specialist immigration advice, and limited housing advice. It also provides a signposting and referral service.
http://www.wwms.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
77
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-19.08.20-77
Welwitschia Welfare Centre
The funding is for the costs of its advice and information service, which has seen an increased demand from people affected by the COVID19 pandemic. As a small organisation it needs additional volunteers and equipment to be able to effectively deal with this increase and IT equipment to manage the services online and virtually.
GBP80002020-08-196
GB-CHC-1131751
Welwitschia Welfare Centre
11317510LondonE05000276
Northumberland Park
Welwitschia Welfare Centre (WWC) was formed to address the needs of the Portugueseand Spanish-speaking African asylum-seekers, refugees and migrants in London. It runs advice information drop-in services to support the above group to manage problematic debt, help with; employability, benefits,housing and immigration. Annually it assists about 400 clients.
http://www.wwcuk.org
Haringey
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
78
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-19.08.20-78
Your Employment Settlement Service
The funding is for coordination and provision of on-line mediation to deal with any workplace disputes (not limited to Covid 19), outstanding and new claims, including support to unrepresented claimants.
GBP96002020-08-196
GB-CHC-1155344
Your Employment Settlement Service
11553448838317LondonE05000644St James's
YESS provide employment law advice with the aim of resolving disputes without litigation and mediation
http://yesslaw.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
79
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-02.09.20-79
Barking and Dagenham Citizens Advice Bureau
The funding is for the salary of a part-time employment advice worker to deal with additional demands for employment advice and train frontline advice providers on employment issues. The increase demand for employment advice has been generated as result of the COVID-19 emergency. The funding will enable it to support 50 residents and train 40 frontline adviceworkers of the local voluntary organisations to secure adequate workplace consultation on grievances, unfair dismissals and equip clients and local advice workers the with awareness of employment tribunal procedure and rights.
GBP99002020-09-026
GB-CHC-1123253
Barking and Dagenham Citizens Advice Bureau
11232531821310LondonE05000027Alibon
Barking and Dagenham Citizens Advice Bureau (BDCAB) provide free, confidential, and impartial advice, casework, information and support to residents of Barking and Dagenham. These services are vital for local people who are on low income and it particularly focuses on vulnerable, disabled residents or those affected by long term illness and central government social security reforms.
http://www.bdcab.org.uk
Barking and Dagenham
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
80
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-02.09.20-80
Enfield Citizens Advice Bureau
The funding is for the purchase of IT equipment to respond to the COVID-19 crisis demand and continue to deliver its services remotely. As the lockdown is eased, it needs IT equipment to be able to modify its face to face services to meet the needs of vulnerable clients. The COVID-19 pandemic meant it had to stop all face to face services and set up systems for staff and volunteers to work from home, increase telephone services but this has been constrained by lack of adequate IT equipment. It has a staff team of 33, supported by 50 volunteers.
GBP95802020-09-026
GB-CHC-1072841
Enfield Citizens Advice Bureau
10728413626139LondonE05000206
Ponders End
Enfiled Citizens Advice Bureau (ECAB) aims to reduce inequality, deprivation and lack of access to justice. It provides information, advice and educational services to improve the quality of lives of peope in Enfield. As well as equip people with the knowledge and skills to improve policies and practices that affect their lives. Last year, over 6,000 people benefited from its services.
http://WWW.CITIZENSADVICEENFIELD.ORG.UK
Enfield
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
81
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-02.09.20-81
Horn of Africa Disability and Elderly Association
The funding is for supporting BAME residents affected by Covid-19 by offering up-to-date information (including easing measures), and support in navigating and accessing welfare benefits, and dealing with debt and housing-related issues, in the context of the COVID19 emergency.
GBP100002020-09-026
GB-CHC-1113950
Horn of Africa Disability and Elderly Association
11139500LondonE05000192WalpoleHADEA provides services to BAME communities in Ealing, ranging from working with children and adults with disability to supporting residents facing homelessness or welfare benefits problems. It provides a voice for marginalised BAME residents of Ealing, by advocating for their rights.Ealing
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Advice
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
82
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-02.09.20-82
Haringey Migrant Support Centre
The funding is for purchasing a new IT system including data migration service and staff training to enable remote working. HMSC would also like to request a contribution to the cost of staff supervision and counselling for 6 months.in the context of the COVID19 emergency.
GBP117002020-09-026
GB-CHC-1152227
Haringey Migrant Support Centre
11522278144361LondonE05000282West Green
Haringey Migrant Support Centre (HMSC) runs a fortnightly service for migrants (regardless of their immigration status), providing advice and casework on immigration, welfare, housing and community care issues. It also provides destitution support as well as referring or signposting to other specialist organisations supporting migrants with their specific needs.
http://www.haringeymsc.org
Haringey
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
83
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-02.09.20-83
Havering Citizens Advice Bureau
The funding is for adaptations and items to offer safe face to face advice. Since lockdown, access to advice has been via email and telephone. HCAB is now looking at reopening offices to a controlled reintroduction of face to face services following Covid19.
GBP45322020-09-026
GB-CHC-1002593
Havering Citizens Advice Bureau
10025930LondonE05000319
Romford Town
Havering Citizens Advice Bureau (HCAB)provides free, confidential, impartial and independent advice across the whole spectrum of issues that people in poverty are likely to encounter,including employment, housing, benefits, debt and social care.
http://www.haveringcab.org.uk
Havering
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
84
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-02.09.20-84
Latin Elephant
The funding is for developing and enhancing online services and a managed return to fieldwork by building on what worked well during the COVID 19 crisis, to extend reach and impact through existing partnerships, and to support BAME traders navigate through the new requirements and adapt to current circumstances by delivering differently.
GBP99832020-09-026
GB-CHC-1158554
Latin Elephant
11585540LondonE05004787Clarence
Latin Elephant promotes engagement, inclusion and participation of migrant and ethnic groups, and in particular Latin Americans in processes of urban change in London.
http://www.latinelephant.org
Southwark
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Stronger Voices
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
85
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-02.09.20-85
Release Legal Emergency and Drugs Services
The funding is for salary costs to support the legal and advocacy needs of people who are drug dependent and/or homeless. It will also contribute to expenditure related to returning to the office that would ensure it is COVID19 secure.
GBP173182020-09-026
GB-CHC-801118
Release Legal Emergency and Drugs Services
8011181966619LondonE05009336
Whitechapel
Release exists toprovides free, non-judgmental, specialist advice and information to the public and professionals on issues related to drug use and drug laws. The organisation also campaigns directly on issues that impact on its clients.
http://www.release.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
86
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-02.09.20-86
Streatham Drop In Centre for Asylum Seekers and Refugees
The funding is towardsthe salary of the existing Coordinator, organisational overheads and costs to ensure a Covid-19 secure drop-in service.
GBP100002020-09-026
GB-CHC-1156824
Streatham Drop In Centre for Asylum Seekers and Refugees
11568240LondonE05000428
St Leonard's
Streatham Drop-in provides advice, health advocacy, ESOL, family learning and a range of recreational activities for refugees and asylum seekers in the borough.
http://Streathamdropin.org.uk
Streatham
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Connected Communities - Advice
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
87
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-02.09.20-87
Albert Kennedy Trust
The funding is to employ an additional full-time caseworker to help young LGBTQ+ people who are homeless or living in a hostile environment in Greater London to offer advice and guidance and help them manage the Covid-19 situation and stay safe whilst looking for temporary and move-on accommodation. The pandemic has meant that many of the usual sources of support are unavailable. Young people can no longer stay with friends or sofa surf, nor access hostels. This situation is creating more calls for help, which has caused akt caseload to triple, particularly in London where the housing situation is very difficult.
GBP146252020-09-026
GB-CHC-1093815
Albert Kennedy Trust
10938154494989LondonE05009378
Hoxton West
The Albert Kennedy Trust mission is to prevent LGBTQ+ youth homelessness because no young person should have to choose between a safe home and being who they are. The Trust provides support, advice and guidance to young people aged 16-25 who are LGBTQ+ and who are homeless or living in a hostile environment in England.
http://www.akt.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
88
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-02.09.20-88
Centre 70
The funding will provide six months salary costs to increase hours of its Welfare, Debt and Housing Advice and Admin part time posts and sustain and cover posts where funding ceased to continue to provide services following Covid19.
GBP177112020-09-026
GB-CHC-296020
Centre 702960200LondonE05000424Knight's Hill
Centre 70 provide a holistic Advice and Counselling and Wellbeing Service to residents in Lambeth.
http://www.centre70.org.uk
Lambeth,Southwark,Wandsworth
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
89
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-02.09.20-89
Advice 4 Renters Ltd
The funding is for two Welfare Benefits advisers, to cope with increasing number of tenants who require support with complex benefits cases including under/over-payments and preparation for Tribunal appeals, in the context of the COVID19 emergency.
GBP331202020-09-026
GB-CHC-1051979
Advice 4 Renters Ltd
10519790LondonE05000094Kilburn
Advice4Renters provides specialist housing legal advice, and complements this with money advice, welfare benefits assistance and a mentoring and befriending service.
http://www.advice4renters.org.uk/
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
90
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-02.09.20-90
Detention Action
The funding is to develop its advocacy work at a crucial moment for detention reform. Following Covid19 the number of people detained is at its lowest level for many years. However, the indications are that the Home Office will revert to 'business as usual' and resume mass detentions imminently.
GBP250002020-09-026
GB-CHC-1065066
Detention Action
10650660LondonE05009331St Peter's
Detention Action provides practical and emotional support to people detained in Harmondsworth, Colnbrook and Morton Hall Immigration Removal Centres (IRCs), and those held under immigration powers at HMP Pentonville. It campaigns for reform of detention, including a strict time limit, and (through its Freed Voices group) seeks to ensure the views of those with lived experience of detention are prioritised.
http://www.detentionaction.org.uk
London-wide,National
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
91
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-02.09.20-91
Greenwich Housing Rights
The funding is for the salary of a specialist debt/benefits worker to meet the advice needs of residents with COVID19-related debts facing eviction, plus equipment for staff to work from home and court, in the context of the COVID19 emergency.
GBP247562020-09-026
GB-CHC-1089705
Greenwich Housing Rights
10897050LondonE05000230
Woolwich Riverside
Greenwich Housing Rights (GHR) is a specialist housing charity, representing residents from the Royal Borough of Greenwich and its surrounding area facing eviction and homelessness. It provides free housing advice, in-court litigation assistance and casework and assistance covering housing and accommodation issues, and public education about housing matters.
http://www.grhr.co.uk/
Greenwich
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
92
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-02.09.20-92
Southwark Law Centre
The funding is to increase capacity within Southwark Day Centres for Asylum Seekers (SDCAS) to be in an improved position to support people with No recourse to public funds (NRPF). Specifically, it will fund Southwark Law Centre specialist immigration caseworker to train and support SDCAS volunteers to provide OISC level 1 immigration advice to refugee and migrants with NRPF. Covid19 Response.
GBP413542020-09-026
GB-CHC-277927
Southwark Law Centre
2779271418763LondonE05011113Rye Lane
Southwark Law Centre (SLC) provides specialist legal advice, casework and representation in employment, housing, asylum/immigration and welfare rights law, mainly for people who live or work in the London borough of Southwark.
http://www.southwarklawcentre.org.uk
Southwark
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Good Homes and Neighbourhoods
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
93
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-02.09.20-93
Wandsworth Citizens Advice Bureau
This funding will enable the organisation to provide in-depth employment advice to callers, and to increase the knowledge and skills of its whole assessment team – in particular by increasing their ability to spot discrimination issues. It will focus its employment advice on people who may have experienced discrimination, and it will also advise disabled people about their right to protection against Covid19.
GBP276522020-09-026
GB-CHC-1040303
Wandsworth Citizens Advice Bureau
10403030LondonE05000623
Shaftesbury
Wandsworth CAB provides information, advice and support on social welfare issues to 12,000 people a year. The service is open to everybody living in Wandsworth. As a member of South West London Adviceline partnership, they also provide telephone advice to residents of Lambeth, Merton, Hammersmith and Fulham, Westminster and Hounslow.
http://www.cawandsworth.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
94
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-04.09.20-94
Brixton Advice Centre
The funding is for continued development of BAC Online Legal Clinic, that was set up and funded initially for three months under the London Community Response Wave 2.. This funding is to cover the costs of making theirpremises COVID19 safe to facilitate full return to work, re-opening to the public and, IT improvements to allow video interviewing in interview rooms.
GBP208702020-09-046
GB-CHC-291484
Brixton Advice Centre
2914840LondonE05000423Herne Hill
Brixton Advice Centre (BAC)provides a range of advice services in social welfare law, specialising in advice on Welfare Benefits, Debt and Housing. They also provide pro bono legal advice services with volunteer solicitors and barristers through theirlegal advice clinic, with a particular emphasis on Employment and Family law advice.
http://www.brixtonadvice.org.uk
Brixton
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
95
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-04.09.20-95
House of St Barnabas - in - Soho
The funding is for a contribution to the CEO and Director of Impact salary costs to enable HoSB to reopen and recommence its services to vulnerable homeless people following Covid19. This is to ensure sustainability and to continue leading on its Good Work, Good Home strategy at a time when the beneficiaries need it most.
GBP4714309/04/20207
GB-CHC-207242
House of St Barnabas - in - Soho
2072426845128LondonE05000649West End
The House of St Barnabas (HoSB) is a charity that helps London homeless back into work. It runs a social enterprise members club and employment academy to break the cycle of homelessness.
http://www.hosb.org.uk/
Westminster
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
96
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-14.09.20-96
Southeast and East Asian Centre
The funding is for providing support to Southeast and East Asian (SEA) migrants who have lost work during covid19 pandemic and lockdown, particularly those who have the No Recourse to Public Funds condition attached on their immigration statuses. They will provide training, information and advice on employment and labour rights.
GBP99862020-09-146
GB-COH-12396715
Southeast and East Asian Centre12396715LondonE05009370DalstonSEEAC provides community support to migrant, refugees, asylum seekers and others of Southeast and East Asian (SEA) heritage.
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
97
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-05.10.20-98
Institute for the Future of Work
The funding is to undertake research on the relationships between accelerated adoption of workplace technology under COVID19, and its hidden impacts on the dignity of work. It will draw on the lived experience of key workers and will focus on work-related tech rights, suitable for legal remedy.
GBP239502020-10-056
GB-CHC-1180718
Institute for the Future of Work
11807181126326LondonE05000644St James's
Institute for the Future of Work is a research organisation which is committed to advancing a better future of work through the forthcoming technological transition. Its work focuses on the risks presented to equality by AI and wider technology adoption in the workplace.
http://www.ifow.org
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Better work
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
98
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-05.10.20-97
Vietnamese Family Partnership
The funding is for the operation of a targeted support and advice centre to the Vietnamese community, who are experiencing significant challenges in accessing public services such as housing and benefits. It will complement existing services and signpost those experiencing domestic abuse and mental health issues.
GBP99862020-10-056
GB-CHC-1183593
Vietnamese Family Partnership
11835930LondonE05000443EvelynVietnamese Family Partnership are a small CIO registered in 2019, who have been delivering services and cultural activities in London for 15 years. They provide targeted support to those within the Vietnamese community to improve economic and social outcomes. Activities include advice, information and advocacy to access resources, services, employment, training and other forms of support.
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent Living Standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
99
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-30.07.20-61
Policy in Practice
The funding is to extend the ‘London Living Standards’ project for eighteen months (June 2020 to June 2021). This will provide a monthly-updated, public dashboard tracking low-income Londoners through the recovery from COVID-19 using ward and borough level analysis based on household-level administrative benefits data.
GBP500002020-07-3012
GB-COH-08535012
Policy in Practice
08535012LondonE05000644St James's
Policy in Practice is a social policy software and analytics business, helping local welfare providers to improve the way welfare support is delivered on the front line.
Policy in Practice believe the welfare system can work more effectively. Their software simplifies the welfare system by showing people how policy affects them and their analytics services help local authorities identify and engage vulnerable residents, target; support to residents in need and track the effectiveness of interventions.
http://policyinpractice.co.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Decent living standards
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/
100
360G-trustforlondon-COVID19-09.03.21-1
Asylum Aid
The funding is to provide legal representation for unaccompanied minors and survivors of trafficking and gender-based violence. This will reduce their risk of exploitation, which has been exacerbated by a depleted legal provision during the COVID19 crisis. It will also support Asylum Aid to become a more sustainable organisation.
GBP500002021-03-0912
GB-CHC-328729
Asylum Aid3287290LondonE05000131Cantelowes
Asylum Aid provides specialist legal representation to refugees and asylum seekers with complex histories.
http://www.asylumaid.org.uk
London-wide
GB-CHC-205629
Trust for London
Pathways to Settlement
2021-05-17T00:00:00Z
https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/