London Specific datasets
The London Intelligence tells London’s story through data. This quarterly publication identifies the changes taking place in the city, to help policymakers prepare and plan for the future.
Trust for London has funded CPAG's London Campaign Manager post for three years to work across the voluntary sector and with politicians at local, regional, and national level, towards a London where no child experiences poverty.
The Civic Strength Index helps London boroughs and organisations support discussions about the strengths of their communities and consider how build on them.
Find out who runs London and how.
The London Datastore is an initiative by the Greater London Authority (GLA) to release as much of the data that it holds as possible.
Independent source of information about poverty and inequality in the capital. London's Poverty Profile uses the latest official data to reveal patterns of poverty across the capital.
GLA Economics provides expert advice and analysis on London’s economy and the economic issues facing the capital. Data and analysis from GLA Economics form a basis for the policy and investment decisions facing the Mayor of London and the GLA group.
This website aims to provide comprehensive insights into the state of poverty and inequality in the capital and aims to become a growing repository of a wide range of maps, visualisations and analyses on London.
The map shows resilience in Local Authorities. Resilience is a combination of vulnerability, capacity to cope, and exposure to shocks.
Advice Trends summarises Citizens Advice service top level statistics. It is aimed at national government departments, regional agencies; third sector organisations concerned with advice or policy, and policy researchers.
An interactive databank, to help charities and funders see the places most affected by Covid-19, and those that have underlying factors—such as age, health, ethnicity, economic indicators, and multiple deprivation—which may put them at risk. Use this databank to find out more about needs and services in your region, and better target your work.
Visualisation and analysis of UK poverty, housing and care statistics, selected based on an indicator added by you.
Office for National Statistics. This search allows you to find detailed statistics within specific geographic areas.
Information and intelligence to help improve decision-making for high quality, cost effective services for children's, young people's and maternal health.
Britain's leading independent social research institute. Experts in qualitative and quantitative social research.
The UK Civil Society Almanac, published annually by NCVO, is the definitive reference publication for anybody interested in the voluntary sector, and its role in civil society.
The fifth annual 'State of the nation' report from the Social Mobility Commission.
Small Charities Data is a digital research hub that brings together the latest and best available data on small charities in the UK.
Reports on particular regions and areas
Vital Signs are reports that are produced annually by community foundations in various regions of the country to act as guides to local charitable giving by measuring social trends and issues.
A report for Cripplegate Foundation by nef (the new economics foundation), 2013 - Distant Neighbours uncovers people’s everyday experiences of poverty and inequality in Islington, and examines what can be done about it.
A report from the Young Westminster Foundation on the needs of under 25s in the City of Westminster borough.
A report from Southwark Giving on the local community needs in the Borough of Southwark
A group of local councillors and poverty experts are considering how poverty can be tackled in the borough.
On the Edge is the culmination of independent research carried out by Rocket Science on behalf of grant-making charities in Richmond and is co-funded by Hampton Fuel Allotment Charity (HFAC) and Richmond Parish Lands Charity (RPLC). The Borough, generally perceived to be one of the most affluent in London, is made up of many contrasting communities, households and circumstances: wealth and poverty; open spaces and dense housing; large houses and homelessness; community activity and social isolation; wellbeing and ill health.
Research on Giving
CAF regularly produces informative and inspiring research and reports for donors and charities.
Key facts and figures on giving, income and assets in the top 300 UK independent charitable foundations.
GrantNav is search engine for grants data. Explore and download data about where funding goes and how much is given across billions of pounds of grants, for causes and locations across the UK.