Social Welfare
Homelessness
 

Ace of Clubs - £10,000
Towards the core costs of a small homelessness charity operating in south west London.


Ashford Place - £15,000
Towards the Boost Up scheme which tops up the rent of young homeless clients in the private rented sector, finding them a home and long-term sustainable employment.


Branches - £15,000
To provide accommodation and individually tailored support to homeless adults with high support needs in Waltham Forest.

Cardboard Citizens - £10,000
Towards a Peer Mentoring programme in a charity using the performing arts to inspire and motivate homeless people across London allowing them to develop the skills and confidence they need to make positive changes in their lives.


Cardinal Hume Centre - £25,000
Towards the core costs of services at the residential hostel for homeless young people which provides accommodation, focused support in practical life skills and tailored advice to get the young people into employment, education or training.

Caritas Anchor House - £50,000
Two years continuation funding of the Aspirations programme addressing the root causes of homelessness for homeless and vulnerably housed single people with multiple and complex needs in Newham.


Caris Camden – £15,000
Towards the C4WS Night Shelter providing emergency accommodation between November and March for homeless people across Camden.


Coram Voice - £10,000
Towards the Homeless Outreach Project which helps young people leaving care to secure long-term accommodation and to live independently.


House of St Barnabas - £15,000
Towards the Employment Academy employment preparation programme providing training and employment pathways in the events and catering industry for individuals who are homeless but ready for work.

Marylebone Project - £10,000
Towards the core costs of the work offering a service for homeless women many experiencing domestic violence, mental health issues and substance abuse.


Spires - £15,000
Towards the week-day rough sleeper service for homeless people in Lambeth.

Spitalfields Crypt Trust - £41,000
Two years’ continuation funding towards the salary costs of a Progression Coordinator at the East London Recovery Hub which delivers a range of therapeutic, training and personal development programmes to assist homeless people with comp-les needs to lead independent, sustainable lives.


WLM Seymour Place - £10,000
Towards a range of drop-in services with the long-term aim of moving street homeless people in central London into accommodation.

Welfare

Bromley by Bow Centre - £15,000
Supports people from deprived areas of Tower Hamlets by providing a holistic and accessible range of integrated services including healthcare, debt advice and practical support.

Bonny Downs Community Association - £10,000
Towards the Active and Connected Elders programme which delivers social activities, exercise, and advocacy support to reduce isolation, improve physical and mental well-being and enable older people to live independently in their own homes.


City Harvest - £15,000
Towards its work during the coronavirus pandemic delivering food to charity partners to provide meals for vulnerable Londoners.

Contact the Elderly - £11,200
Towards its London contact groups to relieve the loneliness and isolation of frail elderly people who live alone.


Family Friends – £10,000
To provide mentoring and befriending services to disadvantaged families in Kensington & Chelsea, Hammersmith & Fulham, and Brent.
 
Fashion & Textile Children’s Trust - £10,000
Providing small grants to children in need or at risk during the coronavirus pandemic whose parents work, or have worked, in the UK fashion and textile industry.
 
Felix Project - £15,000
Towards work during the coronavirus pandemic providing food across London to disadvantaged or vulnerable people in need.


FoodCycle - £15,000
Towards the Finsbury Park Hub strengthening the local community by combining volunteers, surplus food and community kitchens to cook and serve hot, nutritious meals for people affected by food poverty and social isolation.


Glasspool Charity Trust - £75,000
Three years’ funding to provide subsistence support grants to low-income families across Havering, Waltham Forest, Barking & Dagenham and Redbridge.

Harold Hill Foodbank - £27,600
Towards the provision of emergency food supplies to families with school age children in the local community during the coronavirus pandemic.
 
Harold Hill Foodbank - £75,000
Towards three years’ running costs of a project providing emergency food supplies, a volunteering programme for long-term unemployed and a job club to people in and around Harold Hill in Havering.
 
Havering Women’s Aid - £15,000
To support women and children in the Harold Hill community experiencing domestic abuse during the coronavirus pandemic through telephone and email services and access to refuges.


Home Start Havering - £75,000
Towards three years’ core costs of a charity providing support to vulnerable families with children under the age of five in Harold Hill, Havering.


Link Age Southwark - £10,000
Supports isolated older people in Southwark to continue to live in their own homes through volunteer-led projects to combat loneliness and provide emotional and practical support.


Shoreditch Trust - £15,000
Towards Community Table an initiative developed in response to Covid-19, which tackles foods inequality in the local community and provides employment and skills training for NEET young people.
 
Society of Martha and Mary - £45,000
Three years’ funding towards the Sheldon Hub, an online membership resource for clergy which promotes and supports healthy ministry through online forums and resources.
 

Support Through Court - £15,000
To provide practical and emotional support to people, many of whom are marginalised or disadvantaged, who are attending civil and family courts without legal representation.

 
Whiteley Homes Trust - £60,000
Three years’ funding for a new member of staff to take a leading role in the work of the Whiteley Foundation for Ageing Well to address the challenge of how to support older people to live well.
 
   
Prisoners
 

Beating Time -- £10,000
Towards Choirs Beating Time, a prison choir programme which aims to improve prisoners’ mental health, promote social inclusion and build employability skills.


Bounce Back - £60,000
Three years’ continuation funding for the charity and social enterprise that provides training, work experience and a route into employment in the construction industry for ex-offenders.


Clean Break - £10,000
Towards the Brazen Young Women’s Programme, a theatre-based education programme, enabling women offenders to develop personal, social, professional and creative skills.


Fine Cell Work - £20,000
To train prisoners in paid, creative textile skills and needlework thus enabling them to use their time constructively, increase their employability and give them some financial support on release.

In2Change £36,000
Two years’ funding to employ a women ex-offender to deliver targeted theatrical interventions aiming to prevent young people from becoming involved in criminal activities.


Key4Life - £30,000
Towards the core costs of developing emotional resilience and providing employability support and mentoring to young offenders to enable them to secure employment and reintegrate effectively into society.


Khulisa - £15,000
Towards the Silence the Violence programme which promotes behaviour change and helps to address escalating levels of violence in prisons and YOIs.

Liberty Kitchen - £15,000
Towards the launch of a project in HMP Pentonville creating and producing street foods in prison to be sold in markets across London.


Nehemiah Project - £60,000
Three years’ funding towards the core costs of a charity breaking the cycle of substance abuse and criminal behaviour.


New Bridge Foundation - £10,000
Towards the befriending of offenders in prison through letters and emails to provide a bridge between prison and re-integration into the community.
 
No Going Back - £50,000
Towards a pan Livery initiative supporting people leaving prison to find and stay in work.


Prison Advice and Care Trust - £25,000
Towards the Playing for Real project delivering play services and activities for prisoners’ children and child development support to prisoners’ families during prion visits to HMP Wormwood Scrubs.

Prisoners Education Trust - £25,000
To provide access to distance learning, advice and support for prisoners whose learning needs are not served by statutory prison education.


Prison Radio Association - £40,000
Two years continuation funding towards its core work of running National Prison Radio available to all prisoners across the UK.

Reading Agency - £15,000
To develop Reading Ahead Champions, peer-to-peer mentors in prisons to support and enhance the Reading Ahead programme which helps prisoners with their reading and literacy.


Shannon Trust - £60,000
Three years’ continuation funding of the Turning Pages peer-mentored reading plan in prisons throughout the UK.

St Giles Trust - £15,000
To deliver dedicated employment support to ex-offenders in north London providing individualised holistic support towards sustainable emplo
yment.

Switchback - £20,000
Towards an intensive, long-term, one-to-one mentoring programme for young male ex-offenders from across London aimed at making the participant’s life more stable and sustainable.
 
Tempus Novo - £15,000
Helping offenders and former offenders to gain sustainable employment and live positively in their communities in Yorkshire.
 
Unlock - £15,000
Towards the Information, Advice and Support Service helping people with convictions, and their families, to move on positively with their lives.


Working Chance - £40,000
Two years’ continuation funding towards a programme supporting women with criminal convictions and women care leavers to find quality work with mainstream employers.
 


Ex-Servicemen and women
 

Alabare Community Care - £28,400
Towards work with veterans in Wales providing accommodation and helping them to gain the skills, confidence and opportunities to lead fulfilling lives.


AF & V Launchpad - £15,000
Supporting homeless and unemployed ex-Services personnel in Newcastle and Liverpool to address the underlying causes of their situation and move towards independent living.


HighGround - £15,000
Towards horticultural therapy at DMRC Stanford Hall as part of the rehabilitation interventions available to injured serving personnel and veterans.


Not Forgotten Association - £10,000
Providing entertainment and recreation opportunities for wounded and injured service personnel and veterans through a programme of excursions and respite activities.


Regular Forces Employment Association - £15,000
Towards Project Nova, delivered in partnership with Walking with the Wounded, supporting veterans in the criminal justice system to prevent further offending and reintegrate them into mainstream society and long-term employment.


Tom Harrison House - £7,500
Towards the core costs of an addiction recovery centre for military veterans, reservists, emergency service personnel and their families
 
Veterans Aid - £30,000
Towards its work in delivering immediate practical support to ex-servicemen and women in crisis.



Disability
 
Action for M.E. - £12,300
Towards the provision of peer support forums for people living with M.E.

Arts 4 Dementia £10,000
Towards arts programmes for people living with early-stage dementia.


BlindAid - £10,000
Towards the Community Sight Support Service in Tower Hamlets which helps visually impaired older people.


British Tinnitus Association - £20,000
Two years’ continuation funding to provide help, support and advocacy services to individuals from across the UK who are suffering with tinnitus.


Calvert Trust Lake District - £15,000
Towards the running costs of a new residential rehabilitation facility for adults with Acquired Brain Injuries offering a unique approach to rehabilitation focusing on ‘learning through doing’ in the outdoors.


Core Arts - £18,000
Two years’ funding towards a textile and pattern cutting project which will enable beneficiaries, who are experiencing mental health problems, to develop textile, social and communication skills.

Deafblind UK - £30,000
Two years’ continuation funding towards the Personalised Companion Support service delivering bespoke practical and emotional support to the deafblind community in London.


Hillside Clubhouse - £10,000
Providing opportunities for individuals who have been socially and vocationally disadvantaged by mental ill health to regain the confidence and skills necessary to lead productive lives.


Listening Place - £45,000
Three years’ funding to provide free, on-going, face-to-face support to Londoners with suicidal feelings delivering confidential, non-directional, and non-judgemental listening support.


Maytree Respite Centre - £24,000
Two years’ continuation funding towards for a charity offering a non-medical approach to suicidal crisis intervention through support and compassion during a four night stay at its London base.


Middlesex Association for the Blind - £10,000
Towards the Home Visiting Programme which offers weekly befriending and practical support to those who have lost, or are losing, their sight.


Project Art Works - £10,000
Delivering visual art activities for individuals with complex needs.


Stuart Low Trust - £13,300
Towards its Gardening Club sessions, in partnership with Culpepper Community Garden, for vulnerable people with mental health issues.

Thrive - £40,000
Two years continuation funding towards the project in Battersea Park using gardening to help people with disabilities to transform their lives.


Us in a Bus - £10,000
Towards the running costs of a project enabling communication and social interaction for adults in Greater London and Surrey with profound learning disabilities and other complex needs.


Yellow Submarine - £10,000
Towards evening social clubs and day-time activities for adults with mild to moderate learning disabilities and autism in Oxfordshire.