In May 2021 nearly 200 delegates from over 60 Livery companies attended the ‘Who was found to be naked when the tide went out?’ charity conference.
Livery Kitchen Initiative (LKI) meal deliveries to deprived communities in East London, identified by City Harvest, continue at 2000 meals a week and will continue until the end of July when the LKI project will cease.
The online auction and draw which forms part of the Lord Mayor’s Big Curry Lunch is coming to a close. Don’t miss out on some amazing lots.
The recent report reveals that the Livery movement is one of the top six grant makers in the UK with annual aggregate giving of £72M.
This conference, following on from one in 2018, will discuss charity governance issues, debate the success of charity responses to the social needs caused by COVID.
Andrew Scott DL, Chairman of the UGS Trustees has written to the Lord Mayor to regretfully inform him that the United Guilds Service has had to be postponed until 2022.