This Local Charities Day take the opportunity to find out about great charities based in your community: lloydsbankfoundation.org.uk/our-programmes/what-funding/
This leaflet makes the case for why local charities are important and what can be done to support them: lloydsbankfoundation.org.uk/Championing%20small%20charities%20-%206pg%20handout%20digital.pdf
Many thanks to each of the below charities that star in this film, who we're so proud to support:
• The Cara Trust - caralife.com/
This West London charity provides support, information, advocacy and advice to people living with HIV. Their grant of £70,999 over three years helps to fund the charity’s Positive Housing Solutions programme, supporting older people to make informed decisions on later life housing options.
• TLC: Talk Listen Change – talklistenchange.org.uk/
This charity works across Greater Manchester to deliver a range of services which help support safe, healthy, happy relationships. Their grant of £74,597 over three years helps to fund a new Project Coordinator who will develop their Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programme.
• Safe in Sussex – safeinsussex.org/
This Worthing based charity offers support to individuals and their families who are affected by domestic abuse. Their grant of £50,000 over two years contributes towards the salary of a full time Refuges Manager.
• Little Gate Farm – littlegate.org.uk/
This Sussex-based farm supports adults and children with learning disabilities. Their grant of £50,000 over two years will support young adults with learning disabilities to gain meaningful employment, and support them throughout this.
• Woman’s Trust – womanstrust.org.uk/
This charity supports women in London affected by domestic violence and abuse to overcome the mental and emotional harm and rebuild their life. Their grant of £72,000 over three years supports the charity to provide 1:1 and group counselling and workshops for women affected by domestic abuse.
• TheHorseCourse – thehorsecourse.org/
This charity works with ‘hard to reach’ people experiencing social exclusion through an intense, well-evidenced course employing specially trained horses. Their grant of £99,040 over four years supports them to work with various disadvantaged groups, including people with drug and alcohol abuse problems.