Meet the Funders

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We are lucky to be joined by City and Hackney Healthier Fund, East End Community Foundation, Lloyds Foundation and Social Investment Business for an interactive session on their funding priorities and support available for voluntary and community groups.

Healthier Hackney Fund - In October 2017, the Council and City and Hackney Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) launched the healthier City and Hackney grant fund for 2018/19.

This new fund brought together two former grant funds, the CCG innovation fund and Hackney Council's healthier Hackney fund, to provide a scheme to make grants to help us achieve our joint health and wellbeing aims for communities in the City of London and Hackney.

East End Community Foundation connects business and individuals with the grassroots organisations that are making a difference to lives here in our neighbourhood: London's East End. Last year we awarded grants of £1million!

Lloyds Foundation make grants every year to hundreds of small and local charities, investing in their work helping people overcome complex social issues across England and Wales. Lloyds Foundation provide long-term funding for charities with a proven track record of helping people achieve positive change through deep, person centred and holistic support. We understand that sometimes the most life-changing charities may not always look perfect on paper, and we’re not afraid to take risks where we see great potential.

Social Investment Business: call for proposals

Social Investment Business (SIB) announces a fund co-design opportunity for charities and social enterprises in the East London area interested in receiving finance and business support. This is an opportunity for you to input into the design of a new initiative - the East London Impact Fund (ELIF).

Initially SIB are looking to champion five causes which will provide successful CSEs with the first opportunity to pitch for support/investment, whilst allowing SIB to learn first hand from working with you. Following on from this, SIB aim to then revise and adapt its thinking to develop a new Fund based on the needs and solutions identified by you, allowing social investment to be better used to unlock economic and social inclusion for disadvantaged communities. The Fund will ensure it commits resources to supporting organisations that serve the social needs of these communities. For information on how to apply please visit - https://www.sibgroup.org.uk/news/east-london-impact-fund

October 16th, 2018 10:00 AM   through   1:00 PM
Training Room
The Adiaha Antigha Centre
24-30 Dalston Lane
London, E8 3AZ
United Kingdom

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Phone: 02079231962
Phone: 07534 028 144
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