Over the years we have been funded by many different organisations. Without this funding, we would have no finances in order to run our programmes and mentor vulnerable young people. We are extremely grateful to all past, present and future funders for their contributions.
How we are funded:
The National Lottery
The National Lottery has funded some of our past programmes – The Transition Programme (2020-2021), The Wraparound Project (2017-2020) and the GIRLs Programme (2020).
The Walcot Foundation
The Walcot Foundation has been funding our Walcot Programme since January 2021. This programme is due to run until 2022, and we are currently looking for 5th and 6th schools to take part.
Lambeth council (our local council) was the original funder for the Transition Programme (2020-2021). They funded the programme until July 2021, at which point The National Lottery began funding it.
The Home Office's Building a Stronger Britain Together campaign
This campaign run by the Home Office funded our The Big Q Programme (2019).
The Cicely Northcote Foundation
The Cicely Northcote Foundation funded our working with ex prisoners and our visiting HMP Brixton in recent years.
Guys and St Thomas Foundation
The Guys and St Thomas Foundation funded our Impact on Urban Health Programme (2021), which is currently due to run until December this year.
Any money we receive from donations or fundraisers goes towards implementing our programmes and projects. Any donation helps to make a difference.
Some schools pay for the work we do themselves, as they see our work as too valuable to stop. One such school is City Heights Academy.
Social work has helped to pay for some of the mentoring we have offered over the years. One such school was Lambeth Academy.
City Bridge Trust
City Bridge Trust is an organisation that supports and funds charities across the UK. They aim to tackle those disadvantaged and living in Greater London.