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3 Dec 2020
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External Funding Opportunity -London Community Response (London)-Wave 4 Navigating Crisis Grant

This is the latest round of funding from the London Community Response – a unique coalition of over 65 funders from across sectors. So far, over £42m has been distributed to London’s civil society organisations through the collaboration, with funding awarded to groups in all 33 boroughs.

London Community Response funders are prioritising organisations that are led by and for marginalised communities; that are trusted by people at high risk of negative impacts from covid-19; and groups that have a turnover of less than £1m a year.

Before applying, please read the guidance document and FAQs. Click here to download the a word version of the online application form.


Eligibility

The following organisational types can apply for a grant:

  • Registered, exempt or excepted charity
  • Charitable incorporated organisation (CIO)
  • CIC limited by guarantee
  • Charitable company (limited by guarantee)
  • Registered charitable industrial and provident society, or charitable cooperative (Bencom)
  • Faith group, where the activity is not promoting religion
  • Registered Community Amateur Sports Club
  • Constituted but unincorporated club or association
  • Constituted Tenants and Residents Associations, and Tenant Management Organisations
  • Constituted community group
  • (please note that for all types of organisation, you must have at least three Trustees or Directors)


Through this wave of funding we will give particular priority to supporting:

  • Equity and inclusion – organisations led by and for marginalised communities and those most affected by the covid-19 crisis (particularly Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME); Deaf and Disabled; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT+); and/or women’s-led groups);

  • Strong connections – groups who have a strong reach to people at high risk of negative impacts from covid-19 (in terms of health outcomes, as well as social and economic issues); and/or

  • Smaller organisations – typically those with a turnover of up to £1m a year (though we welcome applications from grassroots and much smaller groups too).

Please Note: Applications will be considered in the order they are received

Deadline: Thursday 3rd December 2020 5pm.


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