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Responding to the Resilience Risk Launched

To coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week, the Trust is pleased to announce the launch of its Responding to the Resilience Risk initiative. This is... more »

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Dhruv Patel elected as Chairman

Dhruv Patel, who founded the City Hindus Network, has today become the Trust’s first ever BAME Chairman. Mr Patel, an Elected Member of the City... more »

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Stepping Stones Relaunches

On April 11th, CBT relaunched its Stepping Stones Fund, an award-winning social-investment readiness grants programme delivered in partnership with UBS. The good news is that... more »

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New partnership finance scheme launched

At an event earlier today, the Trust launched a new finance scheme in partnership with UBS and Clothworkers Foundation. This scheme will provide a follow-on... more »

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Providing restorative justice to victims of hate crime

Why Me? Victims for Restorative Justice, a national charity based in Southwark which supports victims of crime, has been awarded a grant of £57,000 from... more »

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Unlocking memories through historic brands

A Kensington and Chelsea museum helping Londoners with dementia to unlock memories has received an £80,000 cash boost. The Trust awarded the money to the... more »

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Trust wins Charity Times award

At the Charity Times Awards earlier this week, the Trust was delighted... more »

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Funding for London farm expansion

A working farm in Tower Hamlets providing a wide range of educational... more »

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Crowdfunding project review published

In 2017, the Trust launched the Improving life for Londoners fund, a... more »

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The Prince’s Trust

A successful partnership between City Bridge Trust and The Prince’s Trust has... more »

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Bridging Divides Launched

The Trust is please to announce the launch of our new grant... more »

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Social investments change thousands of lives across the UK

Disabled people, ex-offenders and people on the brink of homelessness are among thousands helped by a string of social investments over the last five years,... more »

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