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Grants of up to £5,000 can be awarded to UK registered charities
Within the following criteria:
- Supporting children and young people (0-25 years old) as the main beneficiaries;
- Working in areas of high deprivation (English Indices); or
- Working to increase social mobility.
We recognise the "London Youth Quality Mark" when assessing applications.
The Suited & Booted Centre Limited helps vulnerable, unemployed and low-income men into employment by providing interview clothing and interview advice. The charity’s clients may be struggling and in need of support, both financial and practical. They may not have the means to wear suitable clothes to ‘look the part’ and therefore are unable to give themselves the best possible chance at a job interview. Suited & Booted gives clients donated interview clothing and guides them through the process of a job interview. This gives them better prospects of success and contributes to their general self-confidence and self-esteem.
999 Club is a drop-in centre for homeless people based in Deptford. For every person it supports, it seeks to understand their goals and needs, agreeing a personal action plan that enables them to transform their lives. Its experienced homeless support team helps find sustainable housing solutions. The Club offers classes from life skills to literacy, aiming to build people's self-confidence and skills, helping them to get into work. Its health and well-being partners help people to feel physically and mentally well so that they ahve the energy and ability to progress in their lives.
Beanstalk provides one-to-one literacy support to children in primary schools in the most deprived areas of England facilitated by volunteer mentors. The funding that was provided has ensured that 15 disadvantaged and vulnerable children from across inner London will benefit from over 1,050 reading sessions which has unlocked their imagination and enhanced their confidence, which will stay with them through to adulthood.