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The Sport and Physical Activity Partnership for London

Evening Standard Dispossed Fund

    • Type: Revenue
    • £ Available: £250 - £5000
    • Focus:  be not-for-profit, third sector voluntary or community groups active in their local community for not less than 12 months
       have an evidenced income of less than 30,000 per annum
       be volunteer led (i.e. with largely volunteer based input)
       be connected with and/or meeting the needs of the local community

    Are you fighting poverty in London? The Evening Standard is helping communities across London by distributing an amazing 1 million in small grants. It is available for charities who are working to tackle the causes of the grinding poverty behind London's Dispossessed. Not-for-profit voluntary and community groups are invited to apply for grants of between 250 and 5000.

    You must prove you are working to lift people out of poverty in one of the following areas:

     Training and educating people who have dropped out of mainstream education

     Getting people into work such as through apprenticeship or mentor schemes

     Fighting gangs, knife and gun crime

     Improving mental and physical health and well-being, such as through sports clubs and helping carers

     Addressing other manifestations of poverty such as homelessness, pensioner poverty or the working poor

    Contact: Community Foundation Network Registered Office:
    12 Angel Gate, 320-326 City Road, London, EC1V 2PT

  • GRANTnet via the LDA Website

    GRANTnet, is a straightforward free to use service from GRANTfinder, which can help users identify suitable funding for their activity or project.


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