London Catalyst and the Hospital Saturday Fund have come together to launch the 2017 Partners for health grant programme.
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Major London funders Trust for London and City Bridge Trust have joined forces with the Social Innovation Partnership to launch a new £100,000 fund available to organisations using crowdfunding to raise funds for projects tackling poverty and inequality.
Lewisham Council and SE2 Ltd are carrying out a research project to look at the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of fuel poverty referral schemes across the country.
4in10 and Children England want to hear from working families in London who are experiencing issues with housing, problem debt, or food insecurity, as a result of low paid or insecure work.
This year Comic Relief has decided that £4.5 million should be available to fund projects across the UK which are addressing poverty and inequality through a third phase of the Local Communities programme.
Deadline for applications: 2 March 2015