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Thames Estuary Partnership intern Myriam Ibarra with baby eel caught in surveys at Point Wharf in Greenwich

East Londoners can benefit from ‘untapped asset’ of capital’s rivers

Riverside residents are being urged to ‘reconnect with the water’ as part... more »

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A small boy is creating a nest of plant materials at the base of a tree. He is wrapped up warmly and smiling at the camera.

Green scheme targets lockdown blues in south London

Families in south London will be able to banish the lockdown blues... more »

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A young woman is thinking with her hands clasped close to her face, while looking off camera

London Festival of Ideas: Your vision for strong communities

Could you host an event, an activity or a celebration that explores... more »

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A smiling, middle-aged woman tries on a fire-fighter's helmet, while people in the background take pictures

Bexley charity will help people with learning disabilities thrive

Hundreds of adults with learning disabilities will be boosting their confidence and... more »

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Young ‘artists in training’ get creative in Camden

Young ‘artists in training’ get creative in Camden

Hundreds of disabled youngsters in Camden will explore their creative side thanks... more »

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Blog
Screenshot showing 34 smiling faces looking into their screens, as volunteers support Sobus and Citizens Advice Lewisham at a DataDive in September 2020

Using data to boost your charity’s social impact

DataKind UK provides free support to charities and other social purpose organisations,... more »

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A volunteer from JOY makes a regular weekly visit to an elderly Jewish gentleman, who smiles from his front door. The project is run with Jewish Care’s Holocaust Survivor’s Centre

Joining Old and Young and the Holocaust survivors

Joining Old and Young (JOY) is an intergenerational charity which connects and... more »

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Cropped illustration showing two people in makes, from the cover of A quantitative analysis of the emergency funding to the UK Black and Minority Ethnic Voluntary Sector During Covid-19.

Where next for anti-racism funding?

Two recent reviews investigate how organisations led by black people are being... more »

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Julia Marking, City Bridge Trust

Responding to the Resilience Risk

Why do people respond differently to tragedy, adversity and pressure? Julia Mirkin... more »

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Two boys wearing tough gloves are standing in a sunny clearing of cut reeds. One is holding a rake.

Green scheme boosts job prospects of young people in Merton

The Urban Ranger project will give 10 to 21-year-olds from Merton the... more »

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Grants
City Bridge Trust logo, celebrating 25 years

Grants worth more than £3.9m awarded at March 2021’s committee

Bridging Divides – uncategorised Entelechy Arts Limited £80,000 over two further and... more »

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A woman receiving her Covid-19 vaccination jab

Getting London vaccinated and back to normal

The capital has been profoundly affected by Covid-19. We have seen more... more »

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