Building on Collaboration – 2016 Annual Review launched

The Trust is pleased to announce the launch of it’s latest annual

D & D London supports Food for London

We’re thrilled to announce that D & D London has joined Food for London, the new Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund campaign tackling food waste and hunger in the capital. Highlighting the disconnect between the prevalent food poverty that exists in London and the tonnes of surplus fo

Job Vacancy: Grants Officer

  Salary: £36,930 rising to £42,100 inclusive of London Weighting (depending on experience) Fixed Term Contract (Maternity Cover)   City Bridge Trust is looking for

We're now a Living Wage Friendly Funder!

The London Community Foundation is now a Living Wage Friendly Funder. This scheme, run by the Living Wage Foundation means that The London Community Foundation will actively encourage and support applications from organisations willing to pay staff the Living Wage (currently £9.40 i

Heart of the City and Open University research into CSR differentiation

Heart of the City is supporting research led by Open University into whether responsible business practices can help your business differentiate.

Tender Opportunity - Capacity Building in Lambeth

  The London Community Foundation (LCF) will be offering a two-year capacity building programme as part of the Lambeth Community Fund. We are looking for a provider or consultant to deliver the programme, which will include training, events and tailored, 121 support. Under the

UK Beacon Awards – Powering philanthropy

Nominations are now open for the 2017 Beacon Awards! The Beacon Awards,

London’s Air Ambulance

Serving the 10 million people that live within the Greater London area,

Over £2.4 million awarded at September meeting

At its recent meeting on the 22nd September, the Trust’s Committee was pleased to approve grants totalling over £2.4 million to 32 charities across London. These included three awards

360Giving Initiative

City Bridge Trust has recently joined with other funders including BBC Children in Need and the Big Lottery Fund to publish details of grants made