Previous Research

United St Saviour’s Charity has commissioned or has been part of the following pieces of research.

Connected at Christmas

Our responses to supporting Southwark’s community to provide cheer for older and vulnerable people during the festive periods affected by covid-19.

Connected at Christmas 2021 report

Connected at Christmas 2020 Report

Crisis Fund 2020 report

Southwark Community Response Fund

Our response to the impact of the covid-19 pandemic and lockdowns on vulnerable and financially vulnerable Southwark residents, 2020. 

Full report

London Civic Strength Index

Developed by The Young Foundation and funded by the GLA, the Index helps London boroughs and organisations support discussions about the strengths of their communities and considers how build on them.

Full report

All Change – The Impact of Universal Credit in Southwark and in Lambeth

Summary Report   Full Report

Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF) – Funder collaboration during covid-19

Summary and Webinar

Institute for Voluntary Action Research (IVAR)

Open and trusting grant making. A campaign launched in February 2021 with 50 funders including UStSC committing to adopt simpler, more flexible practices for grant holders in light of the uncertainties caused by Covid-19.

Learning from funder responses to emergencies. Includes the Borough Market Traders Fund

Thinking about risk. Developing a framework

London Funders

After the storm – supporting Londoners beyond Covid-19 (December 2020). Research report examining what plans members of the London Funders network are putting in place, what challenges and opportunities they anticipate and how they are responding to them.

United St Saviour’s Small Grants Programmes Review 2018

Summary report    Rocket Science full report

Latin Elephant

Supporting migrant and ethnic economies throughout regeneration in London

Socio-Economic Value at the Elephant & Castle

A Tale of Two Southwarks

A Tale of Two Southwarks