Lord Mayor’s Show 2015

City Bridge Trust celebrated its 20th year of grant-making with a special

Lord Mayor’s Show

Celebrating 20 years of investing in Londoners City Bridge Trust will be celebrating

The Way Ahead – Civil Society at the Heart of London

London needs a vibrant civil society in order to prosper, yet these

London’s Civil Society

The Future of Civil Society Support in London London Funders, working with

Market finance supports charity

Why would a charity want to become listed on the London Stock

The Knowledge: Learning from London

A new edition of our regular publication The Knowledge is now available

Heart of the City launches its Find A Charity Map

Ever been left wondering where to start your community or environmental programme? Or perhaps you have not been able to find the right community partner to work with.

Changes and Vacancies at the Big Lottery Fund

The changes that Big Lottery Fund are making are underpinned by a focus on the strengths that people bring; proportionality of systems and processes; and a commitment to being a catalyst for people, organisations and communities doing great things in civil society.  In London, the South East

“You were only meant to blow the bloody doors off”

At their meeting last week the Board of London Funders held a long discussion about their initial reflections on the implications of the recent referendum result for London, and for the work of London Funders and its members. This blog by Director David Warner reflects the key issues and thoughts

Blog: When the whole is greater than the sum of the parts

More people are likely to donate to charity and give more money if they know their donation will be match-funded, a new report has found. Alex Day, Director of the Big Give, blogs about research they recently commissioned about the power of match-funding. As funders, one question we may often as