The Resilience & Recovery Loan Fund (RRLF) is a new fund for social enterprises and charities that are improving people’s lives across the UK who are experiencing disruption to their normal business model as a result of COVID-19. It has been established to make an existing government scheme (the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme more easily accessible to charities and social enterprises.
Organisation / Project grants and Urgent grants available. Applications should be for new or existing projects, rather than for core costs (although applicants may include a proportion of on-costs in their applications). Existing or previous grantees will be invited to apply. They are open for expressions of interest until 30th April 2021.
Two-year unrestricted grants of £50,000 are available for small and medium-sized charities. There is a recording of a Q&A webinar for further information.
This programme is to help more Londoners access free independent advice to help prevent or alleviate financial hardship. It offers funding to partnerships to respond to the advice needs of their communities. It’s open to organisations like schools and food aid settings to partner with advice providers to offer advice to Londoners on low incomes in the community locations where they already go.
The funding is available for both new and existing partnerships. Initially between £5,000 and £7,500 is available to help partnerships develop and grow, followed by additional funding to support the delivery of specific interventions.
If you are interested in this project or are considering applying we encourage you to get in touch via [email protected] as they may be able to connect you with other organisations in your community that you could potentially partner with.
Funds for organisations in London tackling the root causes of poverty and inequality. There are seven funding programmes which you can read more about here.
2021 closing dates are: 1 June 2021, 1pm, and 5 October 2021, 1pm
Grants from £30,000 – £400,000 for work lasting up to 4 years. This fund supports organisations to influence migration system reform, improve access to support services, strengthen civic participation and inform public understanding of migration and integration narratives.
Rolling application cycle.
Small grants towards staff training are available (up to £500, or £1000 for groups).