We work with a wide range of partners, from companies to local authorities to families and individuals. Working together, we have the power to strengthen communities and change lives. You can read more about some of our partnerships below.
Edentree, an investment management firm, partnered with us in 2017 and focus on supporting youth education and projects tackling human trafficking and modern slavery.
We've been working with Grosvenor - one of the world's largest privately owned property businesses - for seven years. Click through to find out more about our partnership.
Lambeth Council is a longstanding partner of LCF, and a key founding donor of the Lambeth Community Fund. Since 2008, over £2.5 million of grants have been awarded.
The Peabody Community Fund was established in 2014 and so far over £350,000 has been awarded grants to 78 charities and community groups, benefiting an estimated 14,000 people.
Simon & Lynn Dodds
For nearly ten years, we've been working with Simon and Lynn Dodds to fund and strengthen grassroots initiatives designed to support those who may feel cut off or at a disadvantage.
Sport England is a new partner, and established the Sport England Active Communities Fund in 2017. This exciting new Fund aims to get inactive Londoners more active, and in doing so, harness the power of sport to strengthen London communities.
The Bromley Community Fund
We have been working with Bromley Community Fund for over 10 years, raising and distributing funds to the boroughs smaller charities and organisations.
The Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund
We joined forces with The London Evening Standard in 2010. Each year, the partnership spotlights a different theme, focusing grant making on the biggest issues facing the capital.