Team London are offering grants of £10,000 – £30,000 per year, for up to three years, to community groups, small charities and voluntary sector organisations to run projects which encourage young Londoners to volunteer or take part in social action.

Funded projects will:

  • Work with 10 – 20 year olds on volunteering and/or social action projects which promote wellbeing and emotional resilience.
  • Demonstrate how volunteering and/or social action positively impacts on young people’s wellbeing and emotional resilience.
  • Work with groups that are disproportionately affected by mental health issues such as those within the criminal justice system or young refugees or asylum seekers.

Click Here for more information.

Deadline to apply is 9th July 2018.

Chloe Holness
Youth Social Action Project Officer, Team London
City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, London, SE1 2AA
020 7084 2546 or 07522 218 637

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Family Friends are currently looking for a fundraising consultant to maximize the generation of funds for our charity. The role is primary to prepare applications and reports for Trusts and Grant-Making Bodies. We are ideally looking for someone that is London based with at least two years’ experience of grants and trusts fundraising. This is for one day a week.

Click here for a PDF document with more info

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West Trans are looking to expand their e-bike programme.

Electric bikes now account for over a third of bicyle sales in Germany, with the Netherlands and Holland not far behind. These countries have embraced the convenience of the e-bike, and its potential to expand cycling to people who wouldn’t, or couldn’t, ride a standard bicycle.

However, e-bike popularity is very low in the UK, despite the benefits they can provide to older people, people recovering from injuries or illness, people who want to cycle but live in a hilly area, commuters, and many others. They also have potential for business use, especially e-cargo bikes.  

 They are hopeful that running this trial will encourage greater adoption of e-bikes, and wider cycling, particularly for groups who have low cycling levels at the moment.

 To encourage the take-up of e-bikes in West London, and to gauge the different uses they could serve, WestTrans is running a trial. This will initially involve providing free e-bikes to employees of businesses in West London to use to get to and from work, and for site visits. Contact Emily Shovlar: if you’re interested.



We are working with Accenture on a board-matching event which will take place on Monday 18th June, from 6.30-7.30pm in central London. The event will introduce charities looking for new trustees/board members with Accenture employees who would like to become trustees. 

The expertise of the Accenture employees could include digital, marketing and comms, strategy, business planning, business development, finance, HR and more.

We are going to select the charities to get a range of causes, and to match skills available with charity needs. Your board meetings need to be held in London since that is where the Accenture employees are based. If you are interested in attending, please register your interest at:

Penny Wilson
Getting on Board
Registered charity 1112013




Diabetes Week LogoDiabetes afflicts more people in the U.K. than any other serious health condition. There are 4.6 million Type 1 sufferers and an estimated 12.3 million people are potential type 2 diabetics. Help to raise awareness, participate in an event or alternatively share your experience on line.

Click here to find out how you can get involved.

Carers Week LogoThis Carers Week is looking at all the ways that support can be given to carers to stay Healthy and Connected. Building communities which support carers to look after their loved ones well, while recognising that they are individuals with health and wellbeing needs of their own.

Click Here to find out how you can help carers to become Healthy and Connected.

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Advance is a well-respected, award-winning and innovative women-only organisation, established in 1998, providing emotional and practical support to women experiencing domestic abuse and supporting women with custodial and community sentences to reduce offending. Our values are to listen and support, to empower and respect, to collaborate, innovate and be accountable. We have expanded our services significantly over the past 2 years, with annual income to over £3m and 75 staff, reaching over 3000 women and their children.

Current Opportunities

  • Female* Regional & Centre Co-ordinator – Minerva WA service
  • Female* Service Co-ordinator Minerva CR Service
  • Female* Young Women’s Community Keyworker – Minerva WA service

Click Here to go to the Advance Job website and to download the application form and Job Description for these roles

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We are seeking an Operations Director to oversee the activities of The Upper Room (TUR) which is a charity helping the socially disadvantaged.   We work with homeless people, economic migrants and ex-offenders to improve their lives and conditions.   We provide meals 5 days a week, specialist employment support services and a driving school for ex-offenders.   This is a charity with a Christian ethos, helping people to improve their lives and conditions by building self-esteem, giving assistance with paperwork, language difficulties etc in an effort to create opportunities and help our guests to become economically independent.

The Operations Director will have responsibility for working with the Board to chart the strategic direction of TUR and provide day to day operational leadership.

Initially TUR is undergoing a building project which will increase the capacity of what we can offer to our clients.   We will require the new Operations Director to oversee this project, we have a project manager in place who has been involved with this project from the beginning.   The Operations Director will also be responsible for maintaining the meals service and the driving school which will be in different locations for the present.

We are looking for someone with some experience of the charity sector and working with vulnerable people.  We also need experience in running a business and managing a small team of staff.  It would be helpful to have some knowledge of or involvement in a building project.   This position will be available in July.  it will be a part time job for four days a week but some flexibility will be required.   There will be some evenings and occasional days during a weekend.  The salary will be £46,000 pro rata.

To apply, please download an application from from our website and return it by email to: or post it to the address below to arrive NO LATER than 31st May 2018.   Any queries please call 020 8740 5688

 The Administrator
 The Upper Room
 St Saviour Wendell Park Church
 Cobbold Road
 London  W12 9LN




In the NCVO update for May:

  • Get our new simple compliance checklist for trustees.
  • The Charity Commission have introduced a welcome pack for new trustees.
  • There’s a new support programme for Chairs at small charities.
  • Data suggests there is a diversity problem in trusteeship
  • Find out about our upcoming training.

Click here for the update

We are looking for an efficient and dynamic part time administrative assistant to support the core team at the Dalgarno Trust.   The job is for 20 hours per week – Monday to Friday.  There is some flexibility on hours worked.

Our community centre is in North Kensington and is a lively and active place where we run a range of activities for everyone in our community and beyond. 

You can find out more about what we do on our website:

Have a look at the job description and if this sounds like the job for you, please fill in the application form and return it to us by Monday, 4th June 2018.

Click Here for the Job Description.
Click Here for the Application Form.