Why work for The London Community Foundation?

We help Londoners make a difference, right here where it matters most.

London is the greatest city in the world. But London is a polarised city, of extreme inequality – a city with the country’s greatest wealth, but also the worst deprivation, where people struggle just to get by.

Here at The London Community Foundation, we believe in the vital role local community organisations play in rising to London’s challenges such as food poverty, isolation, homelessness, domestic abuse and violence affecting young people. We also believe in the generosity and solidarity of Londoners wanting to make a difference to where they live and work. Our task is to champion local organisations by connecting funders to them, channelling funds to their work, and supporting them directly to be stronger.

If you're driven, collaborative, and passionate about making an impact, take a look at our latest vacancies below. Join us, and you'll be working with a bunch of hard-working people to champion a whole range of grassroots community initiatives across London.

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Current vacancies

Working for The London Community Foundation makes a difference to the lives of Londoners and is ultimately incredibly rewarding. We are a small team, but our work is significant, and often fast-paced and complex.

For more information on our available roles, please see below. We are excited to see who could join our team and help our mission for London.

Interim Contracts and Programmes Lead

We are looking for someone with senior grant management, relationship management, contract management and/or project management experience. The focus of the role will be for support on some of the MOPAC and Home Office contract work, as well as leading on the tenders for our two new VAWG Grassroots Fund partners to deliver the Learning Programme and the Evaluation.

  • Part-time (2-3 days per week), starting ASAP until 31st January 2024
  • Pay: £250 day rate
  • Location: Hybrid - ideally one day per week in London office in Borough

Applicants should send their CV and a cover letter outlining how they meet the person specification, availability (days per week, ability to work from London office one day a week and any dates unavailable) to Sarah Easby, Head of Grants and Impact