• helping to alleviate isolation

    helping to alleviate isolation

  • supporting communities

    supporting communities

  • offering grants to local projects

    offering grants to local projects

  • helping people in need

    helping people in need

  • working in the Ancient parish of Streatham

    working in the Ancient parish of Streatham

  • supporting women

    supporting women

Small Grants NOW Available from Thrale

It’s that time of year again and we are pleased to announce that our RIN Small Grants Programme is now open for applications.
 
We support groups and charities working in or across Tooting, Balham, Tulse Hill, Brixton, West Norwood and Streatham (SW2, SW12, SW16, SW17, SE21, SE24, SE27).
 

closing date : Monday 3rd December 2018

 
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We can’t wait to hear about your work in our local communities 
new trustee

We are Looking for Two New Trustees

The Thrale Almshouse and Relief in Need Charity run almshouses for women over 60 in Streatham and makes donations to good causes in the local area. Our aim is to foster local communities that are resilient and sustainable; creating good places in which to live and grow older. 

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2019 Small Grants Available

Grant 2018

It’s that time of year again and we are pleased to announce that our RIN Small Grants Programme is now open for applications.
 
We support groups and charities working in or across Tooting, Balham, Tulse Hill, Brixton, West Norwood and Streatham (SW2, SW12, SW16, SW17, SE21, SE24, SE27).
 
In 2018 we have awarded small grants to 20 local groups that are working to support individuals and create stronger communities – they provide a range of activities and services that include good neighbours events, home cooking, sport, community gardens, youth work and youth training, groups for older people, training for workers and volunteers, intergenerational work, day centre facilities for rough sleepers and much more.
 
The closing date for funding in 2019 is Monday 3rd December 2018 so there’s plenty of time to get an application in. 
 
If your group and its work fits with our interests and criteria (see the Guidance sheet) then please send us a form.
 
Further details from info@thralealmshouses.org.uk
 
We can’t wait to hear about your work in our local communities 
 
Grant Guide : Download here

Application : Download here

 
 

More on Grants awarded 2017-18

Spires

Spires

Spires is a South London based charity that helps hundreds of homeless and disadvantaged people all year round. We work to improve the quality of life of people who are homeless, insecurely housed, unemployed or suffering from the effects of poverty, mental ill health and loneliness. By offering a range of help and developmental services through our centre and outreach sessions, our aim is to enable our service users to move away from the chaos of the streets and towards greater lifestyle stability for a brighter and more hopeful future.

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St Mathews Project

St Mathews Project

The St. Matthew’s Project started life in the summer of 2004 and has developed, literally, from a kick-about in the local park for young people from one estate in Brixton, St. Matthew’s.

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The Nehemiah Project

The Nehemiah Project

For over 20 years The Nehemiah Project has been helping vulnerable men and ex-offenders to rebuild their lives, both in prison and out in the community. Almost all have a history of crime and addiction which has severely affected them, their families and the wider community.

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Stockwell Good Neighbours

Stockwell Good Neighbours

Stockwell Good Neighbours is a charitable organisation that provides a weekly club for older, mainly West Indian elders but is inclusive to all over 60. There are 70 members who meet on a Monday at the Oval House theatre, Kennington to take part in a wide range of activities designed to keep minds and bodies active.

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Clapham Park Project

Clapham Park Project

The Clapham Park Project was established in 2000 as an Area Based Initiative delivery vehicle for a New Deal for Communities (N.D.C) Programme in Clapham Park. The neighbourhood was one of Lambeth’s most disadvantaged areas, it had been long neglected with sub-standard housing, significant levels of deprivation, worklessness, poverty and crime.

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Basaira Elderly Centre (South Streatham)

Basaira Elderly Centre (South Streatham)

in South Streatham to support the running costs of a drop-in centre for elderly people from the local community

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Lambeth Mencap

Lambeth Mencap

Lambeth Mencap is grateful to The Thrale Almshouse and Relief In Need Charity for their generous donation towards the running of the 25+ Club. Established in 1953 Lambeth Mencap is an independent local voluntary charity affiliated to, but financially independent from National Mencap. We provide a variety of services and activities to people with learning disabilities and/or autism, their families and carers. We currently support over 300 people in the boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark.

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Outings for older South Londoners

Outings for older South Londoners

Helping over 55's get out and about Based in Streatham in South West London, OOSL provides transported local day outings to places of interest such as galleries and museums - and occasional group holidays

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The Advocacy Academy (Brixton)

The Advocacy Academy (Brixton)

The Advocacy Academy is a transformational Social Justice Fellowship for young people who are passionate about making a difference in the world. Across eight intense months, we support young leaders from marginalised communities to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to tackle some of the biggest challenges of the 21st century.

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Faiths Together in Lambeth

Faiths Together in Lambeth

Faiths Together in Lambeth (FTiL) is an independent, Lambeth-wide body, fostering constructive relationships among faith communities and promoting faith and multi-faith involvement in the civic life of the Borough.

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South London Drop-in Centre for refugees and asylum seekers

South London Drop-in Centre for refugees and asylum seekers

We provide expert advice, specialist services and effective support to refugees, asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants in South London. We work with adults, families and young people so that they can build stable lives for themselves.

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St Thomas Garden

St Thomas Garden

To the south side of the Church building, work has been going on to transform an area of waste ground into a Community Garden.
Home Cooks

Home Cooks

Home Cooks Project puts people in Streatham in touch with older neighbours who would appreciate a home-cooked meal brought round from time to time. Anyone in SW16 or immediate surrounding areas can become a cook; you just need to like cooking and be able to make an extra portion of food to take round to a neighbour.

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Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses

Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses

Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses is a vibrant community garden situated in Brockwell Park. Our charity is committed to enabling a diverse range of local residents, schools and visitors to increase their knowledge, improve their wellbeing, and to create greener communities. Our education work with local schools, families, young people and adults is critical to this vision as we strive to inspire local residents about the value of plants and wildlife in their lives.

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Streatham Common Community Garden

Streatham Common Community Garden

Streatham Common Community Garden is located in the Rookery on Streatham Common. You will find us through a black wooden gate at the bottom of the Rookery public garden, at the end of Streatham Common South.

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Disability Advice Service Lambeth

Disability Advice Service Lambeth

Disability Advice Service Lambeth (DASL) is a Disabled People's Organisation which works with disabled people, including those with mental health support needs, older people and carers, mainly in the London Borough of Lambeth.

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Streatham Youth and Community Trust

Streatham Youth and Community Trust

SYCT was established almost 70 years ago to meet the needs of local young people. We now deliver services for children and young people, vulnerable adults and the wider community from three locations in Streatham and local secondary schools

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