2022-26 grants programme

Find out what we are funding in this programme.

Find out what we are funding in this programme.

The 2022-26 grants programme is investing over £6 million each year in tackling two of the most serious issues facing the capital.


Support to prevent people from becoming homeless; specialist support for young people; targeted support for rough sleepers.  Currently, more than 165,000 homeless Londoners live in temporary accommodation. The capital accounts for two-thirds of England’s total number of homeless households in temporary accommodation.

Domestic and sexual violence

Support for people at risk of harm; specialist help for survivors to help them rebuild their lives.

The scale of victims suffering from domestic and sexual abuse is difficult to establish and often underreported, however, Data calculated from the 2021 Census and the Crime Survey for England and Wales suggests that in the 2022-23, approximately 360,000 people in London will have experienced Domestic Abuse and 150,000 people in London will have experienced some form of sexual assault.

Impact report

Browse our live data dashboard to see how the programme is progressing.

Who are we funding?

The 2022-2026 grants programme is being delivered in partnership with the boroughs, alongside voluntary and community sector organisations to support residents across the capital.

Download our summary of the funded projects.

Summary of funded projects 2022-26
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