Funds Awarded 2016/17

During the financial year, City Bridge Trust has awarded £18.1million in funding across Greater London through 207 different projects. The majority was as grants through its Investing in Londoners open grants programme, which has seven priority areas. The Trust also ran a number of initiatives, primarily through it’s Strategic Initiatives scheme.

Please click the heading to see the full list of grants awarded under that programme.

Investing In Londoners

Eco Audits

Age Exchange Theatre Trust

 

£2,400 to provide an eco-audit.

 

Artsadmin

 

£2,400 to conduct an eco-audit.

 

Bonny Downs Community Association

 

£3,000 to provide an eco-audit.

 

Cardinal Hume Centre

 

£2,800 to provide an eco-audit.

 

Elfrida Rathbone Camden

 

£2,400 to provide an eco-audit.

 

Fulham Good Neighbours

 

£2,400 to conduct an eco-audit.

 

Hyderi Islamic Centre

 

£2,800 for an eco-audit.

 

Islington Boat Club (IBC)

 

£2,600 to provide an eco-audit.

 

Lewisham Disability Coalition

 

£2,800 to conduct an eco-audit.

 

Marble Hill Playcentres

 

£3,000 to provide an eco-audit.

 

Organiclea

 

£2,600 to provide an eco-audit.

 

The Liberal Jewish Synagogue

 

£3,000 to undertake an eco-audit, excluding 1 day for an update of sustainable cemetery management systems.

 

Vine United Reformed Church£2,400 to provide an eco-audit.

Total Eco Audits: £34,600 (13 awards)

English for Speakers of Other Languages

Afghan Association Paiwand

 

£90,000 over three years (3 x £30,000) for the costs of ESOL pre-entry level 1 and 2 classes and including the costs of achieving City & Guilds accreditation.

 

Baytree Centre

 

£108,900 over three years (3 x £36,300) towards the salary of ESOL tutors and towards the part-time salary of a project coordinator and associated project costs for the English Breakthrough project at the Baytree Centre.

 

BritSom

 

£59,400 over three years (£19,600; £19,800; £20,000) for the employment of a part-time Women’s Support Worker (15hpw) and for the costs of delivering ESOL Classes to Entry-level and Level 1 standard.

 

Greenwich Migrant Hub

 

£1,664 to pay for the cost of an ESOL tutor to deliver 32 weekly 2 hour sessions to a group of 20 vulnerable people from migrant communities.

 

Kings Cross – Brunswick Neighbourhood Association

 

£81,200 over three years (£26,700; £27,000; £27,500) towards salary (0.5 FTE) and associated costs of providing ESOL classes.

 

Somali Welfare Trust

 

£42,000 over three years (3 x £14,000) for ESOL tutor fees, and project management costs to deliver ESOL classes to Entry-level and Level 1 standard for Somali Refugee women.

 

St Clement and St James Community Development Project

 

£94,500 over 3 years (£30,000; £31,500; £33,000) towards the salary of the full-time Adult Learning Manager and a contribution to project on-costs.

 

Tower Hamlets Parents Centre£28,461 over three years (3 x £9,487) for the cost of the ESOL tutor and a contribution towards rent, running costs and management to deliver 200 hours of ESOL tuition to 32 BME women each year for 3 years.

Total English for Speakers of Other Languages: £506,125 (8 grants)

Improving Londoners' Mental Health

Bipolar UK

 

£200,000 over three years (£65,300; £60,500; £74,200) towards 25% of the full-time Information & Support Manager’s salary; part-time Moderators; eCommunity platform development; IT support and on costs.

 

British Refugee Council

 

£112,000 over 3 years (£36,200; £37,300; £38,500) towards staffing, running costs and overheads of a counselling service for refugees in London.

 

Church of England’s Children’s Society

 

£180,000 over three years (3 x £60,000) for the Boys & Young Men project in London, to fund a part-time Project Worker, part of the Service Manager post, and related activity and support costs.

 

Community Activities Project Ealing – CAPE

 

£91,000 over 3 years (£30,300; £30,200; £30,500) for a full-time Outreach Worker and associated running costs.

 

EACH Counselling and Support

 

£153,200 over three years (£50,600, £49,700, £52,900) for the full-time salary of the BME Outreach and Engagement Community Worker and associated project costs for the Connect and Change for Better Health project.

 

East London Out Project

 

£147,470 over three years (£48,320; £49,550; £49,600) for the salary of a full-time Administrator; costs of supporting volunteer counsellors; and overheads of a counselling service.

 

Groundswell Network Support UK

 

£135,000 over three years (£35,000; £50,000; £50,000) to contribute to the full-time salary of the Project Manager, staff and volunteer training and associated running costs for the Mental Health HHPA project.

 

Hestia Housing & Support

 

£99,000 over three years (3 x £33,000) for the full-time salary of a Children and Family Worker at the Westminster refuge.

 

Maya Centre

 

£27,300 for a third and final year towards the running costs of ‘Bridging the Gap’ project including counselling costs, non-therapeutic sessions, weekly drop-in sessions and related overheads.

 

Mind in Camden

 

£132,350 over three years (£42,850; £44,100; £45,400) towards a full-time salary, running costs and overheads to develop networks of peer support for people who hear voices at places of detainment in London.

 

Nafsiyat Intercultural Therapy Centre

 

98,850 over 3 years (£32,800; £32,950; £33,100) towards therapy provision, the psycho-social holding groups, the part-time (2 dpw) Community Link Worker and a contribution to overheads.

 

PAC-UK

 

£106,000 over three years (£34,800; £35,300; £35,900) towards 80% of the inclusive salary costs of a Children & Families Practice Manager.

 

Place2Be

 

£159,690 over three years (£51,920; £53,220; £54,550) towards the full-time salary of the Brent and Ealing Service Manager.

 

Raw Material Music and Media Education Limited

 

£43,000 over three years (£16,165; £13,420; £13,415) towards the part-time Project Manager, sessional staff, equipment and on costs for the In-Reach mental health programme.

 

Red Balloon Learner Centre NW London

 

£95,000 over three years (£30,000; £32,000; £33,000) for the salary, on costs and supervision costs of a full-time Talking Therapist providing one-to-one and group support to children.

 

Rephael House Counselling Centre

 

£31,200 over three years (£10,100; £10,400; £10,700) towards the costs of Rephael House’s play therapy and counselling services for 4–25 year olds.

 

St Mungo’s Broadway

 

£135,000 over three years (3 x £45,000) to fund the salary of a full-time psychotherapist post for the delivery of the LifeWorks programme.

 

Stonewall Equality Ltd

 

£17,000 over one year for staffing and programme costs for the Role Models programme for members of the BAME LGB community in London.

 

Thames Reach Housing Association Limited

 

£90,000 over 3 years (3 x £30,000) towards the costs of Thames Reach’s Mental Health Matters project delivering support to entrenched rough sleepers with undiagnosed mental ill-health.

 

The Brandon Centre

 

£142,500 over three years (£47,000; £47,500; £48,000) towards the salary of the Centre Manager.

 

The Log Cabin

 

£62,300 over 3 years (£20,600, £20,700, £21,000) for the salary of a part-time counsellor (14 hpw) including external clinical supervision costs.

 

Together for Mental Wellbeing£111,270 over 2 years (£56,000; £55,270) for the salary of a full-time Peer Support Coordinator and related costs of a peer support programme in liaison and diversion services in North and West London.

Total Improving Londoners’ Mental Health: £2,369,130 (22 grants)

Improving London’s Environment

Core Arts

 

£21,300 towards the cost of a part-time Nursery Manager.

 

CREATE London

 

£42,400 over two years (£25,900, £16,500) for the salary of the part-time (14hpw) White House Garden Coordinator, planting initiatives, volunteer expenses and associated project costs for work at the White House.

 

Forest School Harrow

 

£36,000 over three years (3 x £12,000) towards the costs of a Manager for Forest School Harrow. Funding will cover 0.5 FTE.

 

School Food Matters

 

£88,840 over three years (£29,500; £29,380; £29,960) for project management and associated costs of the ‘Know your Onions’ project.

 

Somerset House Trust

 

£91,000 over three years (£34,000; £28,500; £28,500) towards the costs of Somerset House Trust’s Edible Utopia programme, with funds covering 1.5 days p/w of an Outreach Manager plus running costs.

 

South London Botanical Institute

 

£76,500 over three years (£26,800; £27,700; £22,000) towards the salary of a part-time Education and Outreach Coordinator and part-time Project Manager and running costs of Botany on the Plate programme.

 

Sutton Community Farm£90,000 over three years (3 x £30,000) towards the salary of Head of Production and a contribution towards the General Manager’s post and associated project costs.

Total Improving London’s Environment: £446,040 (7 grants)

Making London More Inclusive

Ability Bow

 

£98,900 over three years (£32,300, £32,800; £33,800) for a part-time Development Instructor, sessional workers and the associated costs of the Positive Steps project.

 

Action Space London Events

 

£118,300 over three years (£40,830; £39,340; £38,130) to contribute to the full-time salary of the Co-Director, project set up, sessional staff and associated running costs.

 

Age UK Croydon

 

£60,800 for access and improvement works to Scratchley Hall.

 

Aidis Trust

 

£42,000 over three years (3 x £14,000) towards core costs, including a contribution to the Training Manager’s salary, travel, equipment and oncosts.

 

Artbox London

 

£46,500 over three years (3 x £15,500) towards the salary costs of the Director and Coach.

 

Arthritis Care

 

£129,000 over three years (£38,500; £43,000; £47,500) towards one FTE Young People & Families Coordinator, London-based programme costs including, workshops, family events, volunteer costs, and a contribution to overheads.

 

Artsadmin

 

£95,500 towards building works to improve access to Toynbee Studios.

 

Camden Chinese Community Centre

 

£1,900 to commission an independent access audit for the Camden Chinese Community Centre building, and to commission equalities training for staff.

 

Choice in Hackney

 

£33,700 for a third year’s support of the volunteer project supporting first time users of personal budgets. The funding covers two-part time officers.

 

Flying Gorillas

 

£75,000 over three years (£27,500, £25,000, £22,500) towards the cost of sessional staff, workshop leaders, general manager and administrator, and associated project costs.

 

Fulham Good Neighbours

 

£834 to commission an independent access audit for 70 Rosaline Hall, Fulham.

 

Greenwich Foundation for the Old Royal Naval College

 

£100,000 towards costs of the access work to the entrance area to the Painted Hall.

 

Havelock Family Centre

 

£100,000 for the access works at Aleka House which include a new lift, two disabled toilets, internal doors, accessible entrance, staircase hand rails and associated costs.
Havelock Family Centre

 

£4,340 to meet the cost of an access audit including design appraisal and the subsequent amendment of architectural drawings.

 

Highbury Roundhouse Youth and Community Centre

 

£100,000 for access works to a purpose built community centre on its existing site.

 

Institute of Contemporary Arts

 

£5,000 to meet the costs of an independent access audit and consultancy services to inform the redevelopment plans of the ICA Grade I listed venue.

 

Kingston-upon-Thames Samaritans

 

£40,870 towards access works at the new Wheatfield Way site.

 

Kith & Kids

 

£126,000 over three years (£41,000; £42,000; £43,000) for the full-time salary of an Adult Services Coordinator, together with associated project running costs.

 

Limes Community and Children’s Centre

 

£119,850 over 3 years (£39,150, £39,950, £40,750) for the salary of a part-time (21hpw) Project Manager, Sessional staff costs and associated project costs.

 

Longfield Hall Trust

 

£5,000 towards an independent access audit and subsequent amendment of architectural plans.

 

Merton Mencap

 

£61,800 over three years (£13,900; £23,900; £24,000) to contribute to the salary costs of the Project Manager, Team Leader, and Support Workers and associated running costs for the ‘Giving Back Club’ project.

 

Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice

 

£120,000 over three years (3 x £40,000) for the salary of a part-time Music Therapist and a Drama & Movement Therapist, plus related activity costs for work with London children with complex needs and disabilities.

 

Parchmore Methodist Church, Youth & Community Centre

 

£30,000 for the installation of a platform lift.

 

Play, Adventure and Community Enrichment (PACE)

 

£96,500 over three years (£31,400; £31,500; £33,600) towards the Artist in Training programme costs for session salaries and running costs specifically to benefit disabled children.

 

Poetry Society

 

£100,000 for access and related improvement works at Poetry Place in Covent Garden.

 

South London Fine Art Gallery and Library

 

£100,000 towards access works, including installation of a platform lift and contributing to the costs of accessible toilets and power-assisted doors.
South London Theatre Buildings Preservation Trust

 

£50,000 towards access works, including installation of a lift, and contributing to the costs of accessible toilets and step-free access.

 

Southwark Law Centre

 

£1,300 to commission an independent access audit at Southwark Law Centre.

 

St Barnabas Church

 

£4,500 to commission an independent access audit to inform the redevelopment of Solar House, Finchley Road.

 

St John the Baptist Church, Holland Road

 

£38,400 towards access related costs, including moving the font, improving the kitchen area, removal of the old toilets, a new entrance system and professional fees.

 

St John the Evangelist Church, Kingston

 

£2,300 towards an access audit for the main church building and church hall of St John the Evangelist Church in Kingston.

 

St John’s Church Chelsea

 

£1,440 to meet the cost of a two day access audit at St John’s Church Chelsea.

 

St Mary Magdalene Parochial Parish Council

 

£100,000 towards access works on St Mary Magdalene’s church and the new annex.

 

St Paul’s Church Hainault

 

£25,000 towards the access elements of stage 1 building work comprising replacing the linkway between the Church and hall with an access ramp and stepped alternative and installing automatically opening entrance doors.

 

St Peter’s Bethnal Green

 

£87,620 for access improvements to St Peter’s Bethnal Green.

 

Stratford Circus Arts Centre

 

£93,240 over 3 years (3 x £31,080) towards the salaries of the Education Manager and Project Coordinator; the sessional costs of the Artistic Director, Assistant Director, and Artistic Support Workers; and the running costs of the Blue Sky Actors project.

 

Sycamore Trust U.K.

 

£112,100 over 3 years (£36,600; £37,400; £38,100) for a full time Family Services Coordinator and related overheads.

 

The Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation£1,150 to commission an independent access audit and related feasibility planning for the communal facilities within Stoll Mansions.

Total Making London More Inclusive: £2,328,844 (38 grants)

Making London Safer

Tender Education and Arts

 

£100,560 over three years (£17,880; £40,020; £42,660) to support young people in care and care leavers in avoiding or escaping abusive relationships.

 

The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association – Forces Help

 

£102,000 over three years (£33,300; £34,000; £34,700) for the salary of the Stepping Stone Home Manager.

 

Women’s Resource Centre

 

£220,000 over 3 years (£85,000; £75,000; £60,000) towards securing the long-term sustainability of the London VAWG Consortium.

Total Making London Safer: £422,560 (3 grants)

Older Londoners

Action on Hearing Loss

 

£85,300 over three years (£25,800; £29,100; £30,400) towards staffing and operational costs of the Hear to Inform and Connect project for older people in London.

 

Age Concern Brent

 

£102,400 over 3 years (£33,900; £34,000; £34,500) for salary costs of a full-time Home Advocacy Worker and related running and volunteer costs for a project working with isolated people aged 75 plus.

 

Age Exchange Theatre Trust

 

£96,700 over 2 years (£47,850, £48,850) for the costs of the ‘Inspired Caring’ project for older carers and the people that they care for who have dementia.

 

Age UK London

 

£113,200 over three years (£40,500; £40,500; £32,200) for the salary costs of a part-time Programme Officer and Research and Campaign Officer, and associated running costs.

 

Age UK Richmond Upon Thames

 

£102,000 over three years (£33,000; £34,000; £35,000) towards the salary of a part-time Community Services Co-ordinator and related activity and support costs for a project working with isolated older people aged 75 plus.

 

Attend

 

£120,000 over 3 years (£39,000; £40,000; £41,000) towards the part-time salary (0.6 FTE) and associated running costs of a Friends of Dementia Project Lead, to strengthen the links between care home residents with dementia and their local community.

 

Bubble Theatre Company

 

£66,000 over three years (£20,000; £22,000; £24,000) towards 50% of the full-time Project Coordinator’s post; activity costs for Creative Homes and The Rotherhithe Shed and a contribution to overheads.

 

Carers Support Merton

 

£46,000 over 12 months to contribute to the core salary costs of the CEO, Adult Carers Senior Manager  and Finance Manager with a contribution to overheads.

 

Centre 404

 

£119,800 over 3 years (£38,700; £39,900; £41,200) for the salary of a full-time Case Worker – Older Carers and associated running costs.

 

Chinese National Healthy Living Centre

 

£80,000 over two further years (2 x £40,000) for the salary of a full-time Co-ordinator plus running costs of the London Chinese Dementia & Alzheimer’s Project.

 

Cripplegate Foundation

 

£141,000 over three years (£45,640, £47,000, £48,360) towards staffing and operational costs of the Saturday Socials programme.

 

Enfield Carers Centre

 

£100,100 over three years (£27,000, £36,100, £37,000) towards the full-time Older Carers Advice and Support Officer and associated project costs.

 

InterAct Stroke Support

 

£69,500 over three years (£22,000; £23,000; £24,500) towards a live reading service for elderly stroke survivors while in hospital and upon discharge.

 

Jewish Deaf Association

 

£180,000 over three years (3 x £60,000) towards the full-time Support Services Manager, and lunch and transport costs of Day Centre users.

 

Living Streets (The Pedestrians Association)

 

£85,900 over two years (£43,500; £42,400) for a full-time Co-ordinator and project resources to support Living Streets’ work to address barriers to walking for older people in Redbridge.

 

Memory Lane Singing Club

 

£5,000 over two years (2 x £2,500) towards the cost of performing shows in the community at a subsidised rate.

 

My Life Films

 

£24,000 for the costs of creating biographical films for 24 people with dementia in London, and related project costs.

 

Naree Shakti (Women’s Strength)

 

£18,500 over two years (£9,000; £9,500) towards the part-time Carers Project Worker post, and a contribution to the programme costs and on-costs.

 

Redbridge Carers Support Service

 

£136,200 over 3 years (£44,750; £45,050; £46,400) for the salary of a part-time (28hpw) Carers Wellbeing Coordinator and towards related overheads and associated project costs.

 

Redbridge Concern for Mental Health

 

£105,400 over 3 years (£34,100; £35,200; £36,100) towards the cost of a part-time (21 hours p/w) Project Manager and part-time (14 hours p/w) Assistant, plus running costs to provide a Redbridge Dementia Befriending Service.

 

Royal Trinity Hospice

 

£107,100 over three years (£35,400; £35,300; £36,400) towards the salary of a Dementia Specialist Nurse and associated project costs.

 

Shapeshifter Productions

 

£23,400 over two years (£11,550; £11,850) towards running costs of The Smiling Sessions project.

 

St John’s Community Development Project

 

£31,000 for one year towards the costs of a part-time outreach worker, driver and associated running costs.

 

St Joseph’s Hospice

 

£150,600 over three years (£47,000; £50,000; £53,600) towards part-time salary costs of a care manager and administrator, and activity costs of supporting people with dementia nearing the end of life and their carers in Newham.

 

Strawberry Hill Trust

 

£22,800 over three years (3 x £7,600) towards developing the Feel Good Garden project working with older people aged 75 plus.

 

Sudbury Neighbourhood Centre (Middlesex)

 

£60,000 over three years (3 x £20,000) towards the cost of a Senior Care Assistant and associated activities for work with clients with dementia.

 

The Parochial Church Council Of The Ecclesiastical Parish Of St. Luke’s Oseney Crescent

 

£86,300 over 3 years (£15,850, £33,150, £37,300) towards a part-time Project Manager (22 hpw) and Administrator (15 hpw) and activity costs to work with those aged 75 and over.

 

The Reader

 

£87,900 over three years (£35,900; £27,800; £24,200) towards the cost of establishing Shared Reading groups in Croydon targeting isolated older people aged 75 plus.

 

The Wallace Collection£66,220 over 3 years (£18,990; £23,570; £23,660) towards the salary of the Community and Access Officer (2 days/wk), freelance costs and on-costs of the Out of the Frame project in London working with older people aged 75+ and people living with dementia.

Total Older Londoners: £2,432,320 (29 grants)

Reducing Poverty

Cardinal Hume Centre

 

£108,900 over three years (3 x £36,300) for the salary and on-costs of a full-time Housing Advice Worker.

 

Crosslight Advice

 

£95,700 over three years (£31,000; £31,900; £32,800) for the full-time salary of the Operations Manager.

 

Disablement Association of Barking & Dagenham (DABD)

 

£122,000 over three years (£43,000, £39,000, £40,000) towards a part-time Advice Officer Community Solutions, a part-time Advice Officer On-line Solutions, and associated running costs.

 

Ealing Law Centre

 

£155,400 over 3 years (3 x £51,800) towards the wages of two 0.6FTW caseworkers, running costs and overheads of providing legal advice on housing and welfare rights.

 

Haringey Migrant Support Centre

 

£63,000 over three years (£19,000; £20,000; £24,000) towards the part-time Destitution Coordinator and a contribution towards the part-time Centre Coordinator, and associated project running costs.

 

Home-Start Barnet

 

£75,000 over 3 years (3 x £25,000) for the salary of a part-time (21 hpw) Coordinator and related costs of providing support services, including money management guidance, to vulnerable families with young children in Barnet.

 

Lambeth Law Centre

 

£133,500 over three years (£43,500; £44,500; £45,500) for a Welfare Benefit & Debt Project Case Worker post  and the associated project costs of a new debt and welfare benefits outreach project.

 

Lewisham Multilingual Advice Service (LMLAS)

 

£92,200 over three years (£31,500, £30,100, £30,600) as a contribution towards the Service Manager, Advice Caseworker, Project Administrator, sessional workers, and associated running costs.

 

Lewisham Refugee and Migrant Network

 

£120,000 over three years (£39,100; £39,900; £41,000) for the salary of a full-time Housing Law Advisor and associated running costs.

 

Mary Ward Legal Centre

 

£125,800 over 3 years (£42,100, £41,500, £42,200) for the salary of a full-time Welfare Benefits Caseworker and Volunteer Supervisor (all one post), together with associated project running costs.

 

Paddington Law Centre

 

£165,300 over 3 years (£54,200; £55,100; £56,000) for the salary and on-cost of a part-time Housing Caseworker (2.5d dpw) a Welfare Rights Worker (2 dpw), and a Project co-ordinator (1dpw); plus associated running costs.

 

Refugee Action

 

£165,000 over three years (£54,900; £54,700; £55,400) towards the costs of a Project Co-ordinator, Deputy Manager, volunteer costs and associated running costs.

 

South West London Law Centres

 

£165,900 over three years (£54,800, £55,300, £55,800) towards a full-time Client Services Support Worker and associated project costs.

 

St Hilda’s East

 

£117,000 over 3 years (£39,000 pa) towards the costs of a 4 day a week Project Co-ordinator, 1 dpw Advice Worker, and associated running costs.

 

The Cara Trust

 

£27,000 over two years (£13,400; £13,600) for a part-time Social Worker to manage the weekly food bank service, and associated project running costs.

 

The Hackney Foodbank

 

£114,950 over three years (£37,450; £38,550; £38,950) for a full-time Project Manager and associated costs.

 

Vision Care for Homeless People

 

£37,100 over three years (£2,600, £17,000, £17,500) for the salary of a part-time Volunteer Manager and associated costs.

 

Waltham Forest CAB£142,800 over 3 years (£46,500; £47,400; £48,900) towards the 0.8 Outreach Project Worker’s salary, 0.2 of the Chief Executive’s salary and project costs.

 

Wandsworth Citizens Advice Bureaux£64,300 for the third and final year of meeting staffing and overheads costs of an advice service for Wandsworth Foodbank users.

Total Reducing Poverty: £2,090,850 (19 grants)

Resettlement and Rehabilitation of Offenders

Chaos Theory

 

£99,700 over three years (£32,400; £33,200; £34,100) for a full time Outreach Worker and associated running costs and overheads.

 

Kensington & Chelsea Citizens Advice Bureau Service

 

£96,700 over 2 years (£48,000, £48,700) towards a full-time Advice Worker and associated running costs for a project working with prisoners in HM Prison, Wormwood Scrubs.

 

Spark Inside

 

£90,000 over three years (3 x £30,000) to contribute towards the Chief Executive’s full-time salary, rent and associated office costs.

 

St Giles Trust

 

£150,270 over three years (£44,470, £52,100, £53,700) for the salary of the full time WIRE Complex Needs Support Worker and associated project costs.

 

The Rehabilitation for Addicted Prisoners Trust (RAPt)

 

£123,400 over three years (£40,100, £41,100, £42,200) towards the salary of a full-time Recovery Support Worker working out of the London Hub, and associated project costs.

 

Upper Room (St Saviour’s with St Mary’s)

 

£107,114 over three years (£35,000, £35,700, £36,414) for the Project Co-ordinator salary plus project costs of the UR4Driving Project.

 

Voyage£100,700 over three years (£36,000, £33,900, £30,800) for the salary of a part-time (14hpw) Project Coordinator, the cost of Tutors and Mentors, related overheads and associated costs for the Horizon Plus project.

Total Resettlement and Rehabilitation of Offenders: £767,884 (7 grants)

Strengthening London's Voluntary Sector

Alliance for Inclusive Education

 

£166,300 over three years (£55,900; £55,700; £54,700) towards an Inclusion Champion post and Policy Co-ordinator (both part-time) and a proportion of the Director and the Communications Officer as well as the costs of developing the e hub.

 

Community Accountancy Project

 

£36,950 over two years (£17,985, £18,965) towards the costs of an accredited training programme in financial management for small VCSOs.

 

Community Links Bromley

 

£66,750 over two years (£35,250; £31,500) towards project delivery, including tutors’ fees, venues and materials, project management and on-costs.

 

Eastside Primetimers Foundation

 

£99,400 over two years (2 x £49,700) towards Eastside Primetimers Foundation’s financial mentoring services for the third sector in Greater London.

 

Federation of City Farms & Community Gardens

 

£180,000 over three years (3 x £60,000) for a learning and support programme to London-based City Farms and community gardens.

 

Inclusion London

 

£114,200 over two years (£56,500; £57,700) for a part-time Business Development Manager and project overheads.

 

Kingston Voluntary Action

 

£136,000 over two years (£67,000; £69,000) to fund the salary costs of a Superhighways Manager (14hpw), one project worker (28hpw), and associated running costs for the continued delivery of the Superhighways Project.

 

Reach Volunteering

 

£90,000 over 2 years (2 x £45,000) to the salaries and operational costs of the TrusteeWorks service for London.

 

Sound Connections

 

£60,000 over three years (£14,000; £22,000; £24,000) towards staff and project costs to develop and expand the Challenging Music Network in London.

 

StreetGames

 

£123,170 over 3 years (£38,750, £45,550, £38,870) towards the costs of a part time (3 dpw) Project Field Worker and on-costs for a volunteer management support programme for 60 Doorstep Sport organisations across London.

 

The Kensington and Chelsea Foundation

 

£100,000 over two years (2 x £50,000) to continue to pay the salary of the Head of Business and Community Together, and some associated costs.

 

Voluntary Action Harrow£85,200 over 3 years (£27,200; £28,200; £29,800) towards the salary of a part-time (21 hpw) Monitoring, Evaluation and Impact Development Manager and project running costs.

Total Strengthening London’s Voluntary Sector: £1,257,970 (12 grants)

Exceptional Grants

London Emergency Relief Fund£75,000 towards a fund for the bereaved families and injured survivors of the Westminster terror attack and to provide LET with working funds to meet other outgoings.

Total Exceptional Grants: £75,000 (1 grant)

Total Investing in Londoners: £12,732,232 (159 grants)

 

Stepping Stones Programme

Capacity Building

Action West London

 

£27,000 over 12 months towards the cost of an REC-approved business consultant (15 days), the cost of 0.2 FTE of the existing AWL Operations and Development Manager, and REC training and membership costs.

 

Community Drug and Alcohol Recovery Services

 

£50,000 over 12 months to cover £35,550 in fees for Numbers for Good and £14,450 towards the salary of CDARS staff: the Grants and Bids Manager, the new Business Development Manager and the Data Manager, who will implement changes based on the consultant’s recommendations.

 

Community Links Trust Ltd

 

£50,000 over 12 months to cover the costs of a Capital Development Manager who will prepare the business case for a capital appeal as well as the structure of any social investment fundraising.

 

East London Advanced Technology Training

 

£50,000 over 18 months, of which £36,700 would be used towards the salaries of ELATT staff members leading and working on research and implementation. £13,300 will cover the fees of CAN Invest and TDM Training, who provide consultancy services in business planning, staff development and social investment support.

 

Hackney Empire Limited

 

£48,000 over 12 months towards the cost of 0.15 FTE of the CEO (£16,000); 0.2 FTE of the Head of Development (£15,000); and £17,000 towards the costs of engaging external experts.

 

Mayor’s Fund for London

 

£50,000 over 6 months towards a project lead at the Mayor’s Fund and associated technical support in order to explore further the potential for a Social Fund for Young People.

 

One Planet Ventures

 

£18,800 over 6 months towards business and development planning to help OPV prepare for social investment.

 

OnSide Youth Zones

 

£50,000 over 12 months to cover £41,400 in fees for Numbers for Good and £8,600 towards the salaries of three OnSide staff to develop the evidence base for social outcomes and the financial model for a future Social Impact Bond for Youth Zones.

 

Social Enterprise UK

 

£40,000 over 1 year for the costs of undertaking a comprehensive feasibility study and subsequent activities to enable SEUK to be more able to acquire its own building in London.

 

Sutton Community Farm£35,300 over 18 months with £23,100 towards the costs of the General Manager’s time; £3,500 to engage external consultants; and £8,700 for training, sales and marketing.

Total Capacity Building: £419,100 (10 grants)

Piloting Outcomes

Changing Paths Charitable Trust Limited

 

£46,500 over 12 months for the cost of the pilot cleaning project.

 

Organiclea

 

£20,700 over 12 months to cover £11,000 in fees for the research partners, while £5,300 will go towards the salary of the Organiclea Project Manager and the remaining £4,400 towards in-house implementation costs, such as IT or overheads.

 

Positive East

 

£35,000 over a 1-year period to support investment in marketing and sales capacity to demonstrate buying propensity for the Re-mind programme to support an approach to the social investment market.

 

Thames Reach Charity

 

£47,000 over 12 months towards the salary of a full time Development Manager and on costs in order to test Thames Reach’s Homelessness Prevention Programme.

 

The Bike Project

 

£40,000 over 12 months towards the salary of 1.5 FTE bike mechanics.

 

The Mix

 

£50,000 over 12 months to cover £25,000 in fees for the specialist consultants, and £25,000 towards the salaries of The Mix Business Development Manager and Business Development Officer who will lead and be involved in the work with the consultants to determine the sustainability of the white-labelling of The Mix youth services.

 

Volunteer Centre Greenwich£41,700 over 18 months with £31,250 towards the salaries of the Project Manager and the Project Coordinator. £10,450 of the grant will be used for recruitment costs and to cover 50% of premises, financial and running costs.

Total Piloting Outcomes: £280,900 (7 grants)

Total Stepping Stones Programme: £700,000 (17 grants)

 

Special Initiatives

Strategic Initiatives

Association of Chairs

 

£2,000 towards the re-print of the publication “A Chair’s Compass”

 

Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF)

 

£40,000 towards the City Philanthropy – a wealth of opportunity initiative for three months from January to March 2017.

 

Baring Foundation

 

£50,000 towards an independent inquiry into the future of civil society

 

Beacon Fellowship Charitable Trust

 

£30,000 towards the 2016/17 Beacon Awards, including the category of Beacon Award for City Philanthropy.

 

ClientEarth

 

£100,000 (£50,000 per annum over two years) to cover the cost of a full-time Business Engagement Officer to engage directly with businesses to tackle the effects of air pollution in London and to encourage behavioural shift.

 

Community Links Trust

 

£50,000 towards fees related to the merger / partnership with a second party.

 

Community Southwark

 

£4,000 to enable research to be commissioned that will provide an evidence base of the most pressing unmet, and potentially emerging, need in Southwark in order to inform the development of Southwark Giving.

 

Cranfield Trust

 

£205,100 over eighteen months (£120,500 year 1; £84,600 year 2) to Cranfield Trust to provide up to 95 London-based charities with management consultancy support.

 

Greater London Authority

 

£300,000 to support the three-year London Borough of Culture programme. The grant will be paid to and managed by the Greater London Authority (GLA) as part of the wider fund being made available to support this initiative.

 

Greater London Volunteering

 

£23,600 to enable GLV and LVSC to work together to establish the London Hub as recommended by The Way Ahead report.

 

Habinteg Housing Association Ltd

 

£311,000 over five years (£61,000; £61,000; £62,000; £63,000; £64,000) towards the salary and associated running costs of the Access and Sustainability Advisory Service.

 

Hammersmith United Charities£15,000 towards the development of Hammersmith and Fulham Giving, as part of the London’s Giving initiative.

 

Inclusion Barnet

 

£23,800 towards the development of a new local giving scheme, Barnet Giving, as part of London’s Giving.

 

Institute for Voluntary Action Research

 

£5,000 towards the costs of IVAR’s 2017 Evaluation Roundtable.

 

International Centre for Social Franchising

 

£47,570 to support the Scale Accelerator programme, funding one place and contributing to ICSF core costs.

 

Kings College London

 

£10,000 contribution to the research and associated project costs of the Barking and Dagenham Migration Project.

 

London Funders

 

£14,000 to support the development of London’s Giving for a further 3 months to the end of March 2017.

 

London Funders

 

£11,030 towards the December 2015 conference, together with the production costs of the interim report and the final report and the launch of The Way Ahead in April 2016.

 

London Funders

 

£300,000 over three years (3 x £100,000) to continue to develop place-based giving in London.

 

London Funders

 

£32,000 as bridging funding for London’s Giving from May 2016 to December 2016.

 

Mayor’s Fund for London

 

£500,000 (£250,000 per annum over two years) to the Mayor’s Fund for London to deliver the Enterprise Advisor Programme: creating powerful lasting connections between businesses and schools – improving student understanding of the world of work.

 

Media Trust

 

£49,107 for the Media Trust to work with a cohort of City Bridge Trust grantees on a “Telling Your Stories” project.

 

New Local Government Network

 

£18,000 to enable strategic dialogue between local government and the wider funding community, in the context of public sector funding reductions, in partnership with London Funders.

 

New Philanthropy Capital

 

£45,000 over three years (£15,000 x 3) towards the Inspiring Impact programme’s core costs and its engagement activities with smaller charities.

 

Prisoners Abroad

 

£20,000 as a one-off grant towards additional rental costs.

 

St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace

 

£9,910 over a 12 months. This is to build on existing work, enable monthly dialogue events with highly diverse groups and provide training events and workshops to support community cohesion.

 

The Prince’s Trust

 

£1m per year, for 10 years, for a range of services to support London’s hardest to reach young people.

 

The Social Innovation Partnership

 

£7,560 towards the project management, pre-event research, half-day roundtable and roundtable write up of TSIP’s Mental Health Evidence Hub.

 

Trust for London

 

£62,000 to Trust for London – £50,000 for match funding to projects and £12,000 (Inc. VAT) towards the costs of managing, administering and evaluating the pilot crowdfunding programme.

 

University of Bedfordshire

 

£20,250 towards the evaluation of the Barnardos / NSPCC hub and spoke model for children at risk of sexual exploitation in London.

 

Voluntary Action Camden

 

£49,900 over one year for a full-time Development Worker and associated costs to establish Camden Giving.

 

Voluntary Action Lewisham

 

£24,500 towards the development of Lewisham Local as part of the London’s Giving initiative.

 

Volunteer Centre Greenwich£4,700 towards a volunteering database and online platform.

Total Strategic Initiatives: £3,385,027 (33 initiatives)

Partnership Programme

London Youth

 

£150,000 to continue the London Youth Quality Mark Awards scheme until 2018.

 

Prisoners Abroad£350,000 over 12 months to continue to provide a hardship fund for destitute British citizens returning to London after imprisonment overseas.

Total Partnership Programme: £500,000 (2 grants)

Anniversary Employability Programme: Bridge to Work

Centre for Mental Health£65,000 over six months to carry out preliminary work towards a mental health employment project.

Total Anniversary Employability Programme: £65,000 (1 grant)

Anniversary Infrastructure Programme: the Bridge Fund

Advice UK

 

£50,000 towards salary, on-costs and operational costs.

 

Age UK London

 

£49,700 towards the costs of three salaries, on-costs and associated project costs.

 

British Refugee Council

 

£50,000 for a salary, associated on-costs and operational costs.

 

Children England

 

£44,000 over one year as a contribution to the salaries of three central team staff and associated costs.

 

Greater London Volunteering

 

£48,400 towards salaries, on-costs and operational costs.

 

HEAR Equality and Human Rights Network

 

£50,000 over one year for the co-ordinator’s salary, on-costs and operational cost.

 

Inclusion London

 

£50,000 towards the cost two salaries and on costs and associated costs and for access costs for DDPOS to Inclusion London’s campaigns and policy forum.

 

LASA

 

£50,000 over one year towards a salary and associated costs.

 

Law Centres Federation

 

£50,000 towards salaries, on-costs and operational costs.

 

London Voluntary Service Council

 

£50,000 towards salaries, on-costs and operational costs.

 

Partnership for Young London

 

£48,500 towards the cost of the Strategic Director’s salary and a part-time intern and associated project costs.

 

Race Equality Foundation

 

£48,200 towards the salaries of two posts, on-costs and associated project costs.

 

Race On The Agenda

 

£50,000 over one year towards a salary and operational costs.

 

Transport for All

 

£49,400 over one year for the salary of the Communications and Project officer, on-costs and associated project costs.

 

Women’s Resource Centre£48,800 for a salary for a post to work on the Way Ahead and associated costs for the work.

Total Anniversary Infrastructure Programme: £737,000 (15 grants)

Total Special Initiatives: £4,687,027 (51 grants/initiatives)