For Grant Holders
Organisations supported by United St Saviour’s Charity can obtain an electronic copy of the Charity’s logo in colour and/or black & white by email to email@example.com
The templates below show the online questions that we ask at application stage and, if you are successful, at reporting stage for our two open access grants programmes.
Large Grants Programme:
- Example Expression of Interest form
- Example progress reporting forms: End of Grant Report, End of Year Report and Interim Progress Report
Small Grants Programme:
Community Southwark has resources for Southwark community organisations and charities affected by the covid-19 outbreak.
London College of Communication has supported local community groups with communications through its Talent Works programme. This publication provides case studies of groups supported through Talent Works. The programme is currently managed by Community Southwark.
Southwark Council has free accredited training courses for Southwark’s tenants & residents.
Funds Online. We have the Directory of Social Change Funds Online website available to Southwark partners. This is a subscription website comprising grant making charities funding organisations, and company giving for organisations. For further details contact: Matthew Allgood, Grants Manager, E: firstname.lastname@example.org, T: 020 7089 9014.
Turn 2 Us. A national charity providing financial support to individuals. Use its benefits calculator to check welfare benefits entitlement and grants search to find charitable funds that support individuals.
United St Saviour’s Funding Guide A free guide to help community organisations and groups in Southwark find funding.
School for Social Entrepreneurs Fellowship Programme supports individuals with an idea for a business or project that helps other people or the environment. It’s a practical, non-academic course for people from all backgrounds. You don’t need any educational qualifications and there’s no scary interview process. Book onto a launch session and find out more.
Charity registration – a simple guide for setting up a charity by the Small Charities Coalition.
Community Interest Companies – the pros and cons of setting up a C.I.C. by Inform Direct.
Planning and managing a community event – Southwark Council’s comprehensive online guide.
TrustLaw is a free legal service for charities and social enterprises. You can put in a request for support via their website.
Ethical Property Foundation provides a range of services to charities on property related issues.
LandAid – has a pro bono programme of property advice.
Pilotlight is a scheme that brings together a group of four ‘talented business leaders’ who work closely with the charity and their trustees on key strategic areas for 10-12 months.
Tools and Apps
Click here for Superhighways’ guide to useful tools & apps for audio, case studies, data collection, images, infographics and video.
Community Southwark has details of community venues with space to hire.
Reach Volunteering matches volunteers (largely professional/corporate) with charities.
Value You is a reward card scheme for people volunteering for more than 100 hours a year in Southwark for a registered charity or hospital. The card provides money off discounts and gift vouchers at a range of participating businesses in the borough. Organisations can make nominations and volunteers can nominate themselves. Click here to apply for the card. Click here to find the participating businesses in South East and South West London.
Would you like to tell us about local needs? Or, if you have an idea that you want to discuss please email Matthew Allgood at: email@example.com for an initial discussion.