Trust and Foundation funding and support for community groups affected by the Grenfell Fire

Community Core Costs Fund
  • Funding is for: Any group or organisation working with individuals and communities affected by the Grenfell Tower Disaster, and this can include: registered charities, CICs, non-profit local community groups, residents’ groups, schools, nurseries, constituted community groups and local faith groups.
  • Funding administered by: London Funders, in partnership with a coalition of independent charitable trusts and foundations.
  • Funding available: grants for the extra equipment, spaces, food, supplies or staff needed to support the communities affected by the fire.
  • How to apply: download guidance and application form
  • This fund is active during July.  The last date for applications is 5.00pm on Tuesday 25th July by email or Thursday 27th July in person at the outreach session. If you are coming to the outreach session please read through the form first and remember to bring a copy of a recent bank statement. 
  • A total of £737,962 has been distributed to 60 organisations. Click here to see what has already been funded. 
Children and Young People’s Fund 
  • Funding is for: Any group or organisation working with children, young people and families affected by the Grenfell Tower Disaster, and this can include: registered charities, CICs, non-profit local community groups, schools and local faith groups.
  • Funding administered by: John Lyon’s Charity, in partnership with independent funders and local groups. 
  • Funding available:
  • - Phase 1 funding aimed at immediate needs, will specifically provide funding for activities over this summer holiday
  • - Phase 2 funding aimed at the medium and longer-term will provide access to emotional well-being and resilience support to help children and young people, families and staff in organisations for the coming months.
  • How to apply: Download guidance and application form at http://jlc.london/news/grenfell-tower-disaster/
  • Applications can be submitted at any time. However, if you want to deliver activities from the start of the summer holiday period you should submit your application form by Friday, 7 July at the latest.  Activities towards the end of the holiday can be submitted after the 7th July.
  • A total of £422,745 has been distributed to 24 organisations thus far.