London Community Response – new funding available April 2020
The second wave of funding from the London Community Response is now available for application via the dedicated website www.londoncommunityresponse.org.uk.
For more information about funding available, do take a look through NCVO’s Funding Central site. If you have any questions about the London Community Response, pop an email over to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Royal Docks Team Communities update
We are circulating some updates that you and your partners might find useful at this time:
On Friday, London Funders launched £5m funding to support civil society groups affected by COVID-19. The first wave of funding will be for grants of up to £5k for food and essentials. Additional waves of funding will be announced over the coming weeks. You can sign up for the latest updates here: https://londonfunders.us2.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=7bdc3521dbb689f08db0f3250&id=b40b671e01
The GLA are helping civil society organisations access support with taking their services online and going digital by connecting them with the many organisations across London offering these digital support services. To receive support for going digital please complete the following form: https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/volunteering/coronavirus-covid-19-civil-society-support/londons-civil-society-digital-support-access-form
You can access information for Civil Society support, support for volunteering and for businesses and employers (Good Growth Hub) on the following link: https://www.london.gov.uk/coronavirus
East End Community Foundation have launched their East End Emergency Fund, details are here: https://eastendcf.org/grants/
Serco Foundation: funding available from our Coronavirus Community Support Fund
Applications need to come through a Serco Employee.
Please contact Shirleybiro@aol.com who can put you in touch with Sean Talbot.
We are particularly keen to offer grants to organisations supporting:
the vulnerable; and
those affected by school closures.
We expect to give grants mainly in the range of £1,000-£5,000, but will consider some applications for larger amounts where they are outstanding in their likely impact.