Our year... 2022 - 2023

Ever wondered what a year looks like at The London Community Foundation? Read on to see a glimpse of our last financial year - a year of making a difference to London, where it matters most...

April 2022

We launch our first environment fund, Greener Futures Fund, on behalf of Grosvenor, awarding over £230,000 to 9 projects taking local action on climate change.


Wimbledon Foundation, our longstanding partner, awards over £217,000 through the Wimbledon Foundation Community Fund and Community Fund+ to local community projects near their famous grounds.

One of the projects funded by Let's Create Jubilee Fund


71 community art activities were supported over the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend as part of the Let’s Create Jubilee Fund we delivered on behalf of the Arts Council England.

Phase 2 of the Pathways to Economic Opportunities Programme, supported by JPMorgan Chase officially launches, awarding £1.5 million to 19 BME-led organisations supporting employability, enterprise and financial health.


We survey our network of community organisations to ask how the rise in inflation is starting to affect their organisations and communities – resulting in our Together for London cost-of-living fund.


Deutsche Bank Opportunity Fund awards over £159,000 to community projects tackling homelessness.


Lambeth Community Fund in partnership with Lambeth Council opens for the first time since the pandemic and awards over £256,000 to 16 community projects in Lambeth.

The Peabody Community Fund awards over £370,000 in its 15th round to local community projects benefitting their residents.

One of our fantastic team of London Marathon runners


Our 17 London Marathon runners raise an incredible £22,000 running for London.


Stanhope Foundation awards £285,000 to support 6 charities providing employment and skills support to Londoners including young people, the homeless and those affected by cancer.


Emergency grants totalling £1 million are awarded to support 104 community organisations through the cost-of-living crisis through the Together for London Fund.


Our Youth Futures Fund awards £240,000 to 8 organisations working to boost young people’s skills and employability.

Cockayne – Grants for the Arts awards £1,507,000 to support 96 creative projects and the arts across London.

The Young People’s Fund in partnership with Peabody awards over £128,000 to 7 organisations supporting young people.


Ukrainian Refugee Support Fund in partnership with British Red Cross awards £60,000 to 6 community projects helping Ukrainian refugees build new lives in the Capital.

March 2023

A further £1 million of emergency grants awarded to 114 organisations as part of our Together for London Fund.

The Peabody Community Fund awards over £499,000 in its 16th round to local community projects benefitting their residents.

Two people laughing as they sit together on a park bench. They are both wearing hats while one has a pair of glasses and the other is carrying a white stick. Trees and a patch of grass can be seen behind them.

Annual report

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