City Bridge Trust supports charitable activity across Greater
London. The City of London
Corporation is the sole trustee of City Bridge Trust and
members of its Court of Common Council form the Trust’s Grants
Committee. The Trust’s grants team is based in the City of
London’s offices at the Guildhall.
Our new grants programmes, Investing in Londoners, are now
open for applications.
We are pleased to announce that Parklife London, the capital's
first green space mobile map, has been expanded to include the
whole of Greater London. This unique tool enables Londoners to
unearth hidden gems: discover budding spring flowers, a marathon
training space, or find a local community garden project to get
Chairman of the City Bridge Trust Committee, Billy Dove, was
delighted to present the first of our London Youth Quality Mark
Awards to the Harrow Club in North Kensington which
recently achieved Gold standard.
Charities, schools, social enterprises and other community groups
which, together with business partners, play a critical role in the
delivery of corporate social responsibility objectives are
encouraged to apply to the Lord Mayor's Dragon Awards 2014. The
Community Partners award recognises good practice and
innovation by community-based organisations in working with
businesses and in facilitating their involvement in the community.
City Bridge Trust's Making London More Inclusive programme, which
aims to remove barriers to access and enable disabled people to
fully participate in society, has been internationally recognised
as a Zero Project Innovative Practice 2014 for Accessibility.
Listening to London, our Annual Review publication, looks back
at the Trust's grant-making activity during the year 2012-13.
We have produced a number of videos looking at areas of our work,
organisations we have funded and the Trust
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