This is the third and final round of this three-year funding partnership between Comic Relief and the Mayor of London which was launched in 2018.
London Together invests in Sport for Change approaches that aim to improve social integration.
Comic Relief defines Sport for Change as bringing about positive social change for individuals and communities through the intentional use of sport and physical activity.
The two aims for this round of funding are reducing social isolation and strengthening relationships between and within communities.
Applications can be made for between £25,000 to £150,000.
The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Friday 13 March 2020.
For full details, visit the Comic Relief London Together webpage.
Do you have an idea to improve mental health and wellbeing at a community level in London?
Thrive LDN has launched a grant scheme designed to support Londoners who may experience higher levels of unfair treatment or discrimination. The grants are part of the Mayor of London’s commitment to offering all Londoners an equal opportunity to good mental health and well being.
Grants will range from £500 to £10,000 and fund grassroots projects, run by organisations or individuals, that work with intersectional or marginalised communities in London.
Marginalised communities are defined as people who, for various reasons, are denied involvement in mainstream economic, political, cultural and social activities.
Intersectional communities are people who are often disadvantaged (or privileged) by multiple backgrounds and/or identities, for example race, age, class, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion and other identity markers. Inersectional communities who are especially vulnerable to be the subject of prejudice in London are: Black LGBTQ+, Asian LGBTQ+, the Latin community, Gypsy, Roma and Traveller community, refugees and asylum seekers, and transgender people.
Find full details, including eligibility and the application process at the Groundwork website.
Greggs Local Community Projects Funding offers grants of £2,000 to organisations supporting people in need.
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We are delighted to welcome back the Ethical Property Foundation for another specialist property workshop for non-profit organisations.
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This half day course is for staff or volunteers who manage and support volunteers, who work directly with service users.
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Salary: £18,000 per annum (actual salary) / 20 hours per week – initially funded for one year
Skylarks is recruiting an Advocacy Manager to develop and run their advocacy service.
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Salary: £16,846 approximately / 2 days a week – PAYE role
A unique opportunity for a dedicated yoga practitioner and teacher in a new role designed to look after OURMALA’s team of yoga teachers and their training arm.
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Salary: £34,938 per annum approximately /4 days a week
OURMALA’s Charity Manager is responsible for managing the charity and delivering its strategic goals to provide healing yoga to people seeking international protection primarily in London.
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Salary: Circa £38,000 per annum / Hours: Full Time (30 hours may also be considered)
Apply now if you have the skills for this busy and rewarding role with Richmond Borough Mind.
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