The City Bridge Trust, the City of London Corporation’s charitable funder, has pledged £5 million to the London Community Response Fund (LCRF), which is helping organisations keep providing vital services through the pandemic.
A women’s aid charity facing a surge in cases of young girls exploited by gang members can offer ‘life-changing’ support thanks to new funding.
Over 850 young Londoners in six academies have been invited to attend a summer catch-up programme to bridge learning gaps caused by lockdown school closures.
A theatre company which puts Deaf and disabled actors centre stage has been given a funding boost from London’s largest independent grant-giver.
Four members of frontline staff at a major London hospital have received the Freedom of the City of London, in recognition of their outstanding contribution to the hospital’s work during the Covid-19 outbreak.
The City of London Corporation has celebrated a Victorian era civil engineer who is credited with slowing deadly cholera outbreaks by naming a new River Thames embankment after him.
The Framework Knitters Company has launched its Knit for Community initiative. Why not rekindle past knitting expertise, or learn a new skill, by joining?