Year: 2022

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Events & Meetings Organiser: Freelance job opportunity

City Bridge Trust is seeking a freelance Events & Meetings Organiser to... more »

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Consultant required: mental health funding programme

City Bridge Trust is seeking a consultant to undertake a short piece... more »

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A quote from Ugo Ikokwu, Grants Manager, Trust for London: I know that overcoming racial and economic injustice is not a gesture of charity: it is an act of justice. It is the protection of a fundamental human right, the right to dignity and a decent life. If we fail to achieve economic justice, racial justice will not succeed.

Racial Justice Fund launched

Trust for London and City Bridge Trust collaborate on £4million fund to... more »

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Learning Partner required for major London funding programme 

City Bridge Trust is seeking an experienced Learning Partner for a 2-year... more »

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A young black girl sits and plays with other girls. They are sitting on a picnic mat on the grass.

Life-changing family support scheme expands to two south London boroughs

Welcare helps children express their emotions, including through group sessions, outings and... more »

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Monthly news bulletin 25 April 2022

Grants & support for funded organisations We send out a regular news bulletin to organisations... more »

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Blog
Alderman and Sheriff Alison Gowman stands at a lectern in the grand setting of the Old Bailey, with five female speakers sitting nearby, in front of an invited audience.

Why we need a trauma-informed approach to domestic abuse in the family and criminal courts

Alderman and Sheriff Alison Gowman reflects on a recent event with SafeLives,... more »

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A group of older men and women enjoying an indoor dance class. They have Ballet Barres (horizontal bars) for support, and face an instructor and a large mirror.

Raising the barre – ‘Silver Swans’ classes boost fitness, tackle isolation

Older people will discover their inner Darcey Bussell – through ballet classes... more »

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Grants
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Grants of more than £12m approved at January & March Committee meetings

Grants approved at January’s Bridge House Estates Board meeting, the March Grants... more »

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A smiling man accepts a place of cake and strawberries in a community cafe. He is sitting at a table with other people who are chatting to each other.

Surplus food to three-course meals: FoodCycle launches six new London projects

A charity which turns surplus groceries into three-course vegetarian meals is opening... more »

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And older woman looks with concern at a large pile of bills, with a large calculator next to her

‘Lifeline’ debt and benefits advice service can help 1,000 more people

Around 1,000 vulnerable people in Islington will be helped out of poverty... more »

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Looking for grants?

We’ll be distributing £££ millions across the capital this year, but we... more »

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