Over £2.9m awarded at November 2020’s committee
November’s meeting of the City Bridge Trust Committee saw 31 grants awarded, totalling over £2.9m
Bridging Divides – Advice and Support
£35,810 over five years (5 x £7,162) towards the Project Manager’s salary.
£81,300 over 2 further and final years (£40,000; £41,300) towards the Inspire programme
|Legal Advice Centre (University House)||
£107,000 (£53,000, £54,000) over a further and final two years for a Volunteer Coordinator and Caseworker
£148,500 over three years (£48,000; £49,500; £51,000) towards salaries and running costs of the welfare benefits service.
|Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Association||
£40,000 over two further and final years (2 x £20,000) towards a part time Advice Worker and associated running costs.
Bridging Divides – Connecting the Capital
£143,750 over 5 years (5 x £28,750) to contribute towards the salary costs of a full-time Project Manager and Project Assistant & Mentoring Lead; an additional sessional worker; monitoring and evaluation; and other associated project costs to deliver the leadership programme in Croydon.
|Turtle Key Arts Centre Trust||
£28,500 over two further and final years (£14,250, £14,250,) for running costs of two participation projects.
|South London Cares Limited||
£90,000 over 5 years (£30,000; £24,000; £14,000; £12,000; £10,000) towards the salary costs of the Programme Coordinator for South London Cares and contribution to Social Club activity costs to deliver the Love Your Neighbour, Social Clubs, Winter Wellbeing and Outreach services in Southwark and Lambeth.
|NL Cares Limited||
£45,000 over 5 years (£15,000; £10,000; £8,000 £7,000 £5,000) towards the salary of a Programme Coordinator to deliver the Love Your Neighbour service to older people in Islington and Camden.
|Oasis Children’s Venture||
£70,500 over 2 further and final years (£35,700; £34,800) towards the continuation of the Green Prescription Project.
£89,100 over two further and final years (£43,500; £45,600) for a full time Senior Violence Interrupter and associated running costs.
|Resource for London||
£195,000 over five years (£42,500; £38,500; £38,200; £37,500; £38,300) towards the Enhance Project, including the salary of a Networks and Partnerships Manager marketing and communications, partner delivery costs, and other running costs.
|National AIDS Trust||
£47,000 over two years (£23,400; £23,600) towards the costs of piloting the London Activists’ Network, including salary and on-costs of a Community Engagement Officer, associated project costs, and a contribution to overheads.
|St Paul’s Church, Bow Common||
£2,000 towards an access audit of St Paul’s Church Bow.
|United St Saviour’s Charity||
£261,520 over four years (4 x £65,380) from the original grant of £326,900 to Community Southwark be transferred to United St Saviour Charity to contribute to the costs of hosting Southwark Giving for 4 years.
|Arts Depot Trust Ltd||
£132,000 over 5 years (£28,400; £28,500; £28,700; £25,200; £21,200) towards the running costs of an accessible programme of activities for disabled people.
|Barking & Dagenham Giving||
£248,400 over 5 years (£33,500; £52,200; £54,200; £54,000; £54,500) towards the salary of a CEO, together with associated running costs.
Bridging Divides – Positive Transitions
|Carers Support (Bexley)||
£113,500 over a further and final two years (£56,500; £57,000) to support the cost of the Service Manager ; Volunteer accommodation, expenses and training for three volunteers; and associated running costs of the carers breaks service.
|Why me? Victims for Restorative Justice||
£96,000 over 3 further and final years (£31,000; £32,000; £33,000) towards a Development Officer , a RJ Service Manager and associated project costs, for work to enable hate crime victims from the London LGBT+ community to access restorative justice.
£68,000 over two further and final years (2 x £34,000) for work to support local people with dementia.
|Brent Adolescent Centre||
£98,800 over two further and final years (£49,000; £49,800) towards the costs of providing therapy and professional interventions to young people with mental health needs in five schools in Brent.
|Mind in Tower Hamlets and Newham||
£107,800 over three years (£36,600; £35,000; £36,200) for the salary of a Project Worker and project costs of the New Horizon’s Project.
£75,000 over 5 years (£24,600; £20,400; £15,000; £10,000; £5,000) towards the core costs of the organisation.
|The Big House Theatre Company||
£163,100 over 4 years (£46,600; £42,700; £38,900; £34,900) core funding towards salary costs of the Associate Director and The Big House Means Business Manager and a contribution towards rent, enabling The Big House to scale-up activities and support more care leavers.
£60,000 over three years (3 x £20,000) towards the salary of the CEO to expand and develop programmes and capacity to reach hundreds more children and young people in London.
£175,000 over five years (£45,000; £40,000; £35,000; £30,000; £25,000) towards the core costs of the organisation.
£96,000 over three years (£31,000; £32,000; £33,000) towards the staffing and delivery of HostNation’s befriending programme in London.
£30,000 over three years (3 x £10,000) towards running costs of the Urban Oasis project in West London.
|Lloyds Bank Foundation||
Towards the further development of the LocalMotion initiative, a place-based funder collaboration.
|Institute for Voluntary Action Research||
£5,000 towards the costs of IVAR’s 2020 Evaluation Roundtable.
|Getting On Board||
£9,000 to match funds already secured for 2027 to scope and launch a complementary trustee coaching programme in London.