Comic Relief and the Mayor of London launched the London Together fund in 2018. This is the third and final round of the three-year funding partnership.

  • London Together invests in sport for change approaches that aim to improve social integration. The fund supports work in London.
  • There are two aims for this round of funding: reducing social isolation and strengthening relationships between and within communities.
  • Applicants can apply for a minimum of £25,000 and a maximum of £150,000.
  • The deadline is 12 noon on Friday 13th March 2020.

Further information:



At Z2K, we have a well-established tribunals project, which gives us the capacity to represent around 500 people a year at tribunal. Since 2016, we have seen an increase in the numbers of disabled and unwell Londoners coming to Z2K for help with their disability and sickness benefits that have been stopped by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). Our fully co-ordinated scheme connects pro bono lawyers from nine different law firms to low income Londoners who are in need of tribunal representation when they are denied their disability benefits – Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) and Personal Independence Payment (PIP).




Starfish is a charity that helps children and young people left orphaned or vulnerable by HIV and AIDS in South Africa by raising funds to provide vital healthcare and education to the children Starfish cares for. We’re happy to announce that our annual Spinathon is taking place very soon!

When? Saturday 29th February

Where? Slice Studios (SW6 4TJ)

The fantastic Pedal Studio instructors have some exciting classes lined up and there will be pumping tunes and free flowing food and drink to keep energy levels high! There will also be prizes given out!

Spinners can create their own team (up to 8 members) or join Team Starfish!

It will be a great way to get fit, have fun and raise vital funds for vulnerable children in South Africa.

Flyer click here

Website click here

This event has been developed by the Young People’s Foundations with Partnership for Young London and is targeted at organisations who have received or applied for the Mayors Young Londoners Fund. This will be an interactive session for organisations and young people to explore and share work happening across Boroughs in London supported by the John Lyons Charity.
Location: The Drum at Wembley, Brent Civic Centre, Engineers Way, Wembley HA9 0FJ, UK
Date & Time: 18 Feb, 13:00 – 18:00
Click here to book a place for the event

Date –   Friday 14th February 2020
Time  –  13.00 – 4.00 (refreshments provided)
Venue  –  Room 2 North Wing of the Guildhall
Spaces  – (30)

Workshop Aims

  • To explore the current evidence in universal and/or open access youth work.
  • To engage practitioners on the gaps in this evidence and where future research or activities could be focused.

Click here to register to attend

Media Trust is thrilled to announce the launch of our fourth annual Women’s Voices event in celebration of International Women’s Day.

Date: Thursday 5 March 2020
Time: 12:45-17:30, followed by networking and drinks
Location: Academy London, 123 Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria SW1W 9SH

They are offering 30 charities that support, campaign and advocate for women and girls the opportunity to work with their own team of media and creative industry volunteers. Each team will have the combined skills to help their charity build an effective, impactful and compelling communications campaign.
To apply, click here to complete the application.
Deadline: Friday 24th January 2020 @ 5.00pm 

Sobus currently have a private serviced office available at our Dawes Road Hub in Fulham. The office is suitable for 4-5 users and would ideally suit one organisation with exclusive use at a premium, but can also be shared and concessions may be made for third sector organisations.

View the Office here

Arrange a viewing: 02079521230

Make an enquiry:


DSC are excited to announce that two new funding directories are now available to pre-order – The Guide to Grants for Individuals in Need 2020/21 and The Guide to Educational Grants 2020/21 (see below). As well as these new fundraising editions, we’ve listed other fantastic fundraising resources, including tips and training to give you food for thought.

Tickets offer for ‘I Think We Are Alone’ for £20 are only available on the following dates: Fri 28 Feb, Sat 29 Feb, Fri 06 Mar, Sat 07 Mar, Fri 13 Mar, Sat 14 Mar, Fri 20 Mar & Sat 21 Mar.

Please note that this offer ends on Sun 2 Feb.

(Promo code FRANTIC 20). To book please call the Box Office on 0208 534 0310 or go online and use the promo codes for your preferred show.

Civil society organisations in London that can deliver projects which counter violent extremism in London can now apply for grants of up to £50,000 through the Mayor of London’s Shared Endeavour Fund. The aim of the fund is to support civil society groups that are standing together against hate, intolerance and extremism. The closing date for applications is 10pm on the 22nd March 2020. Click here