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Thrale’s vision is to create and sustain local communities that are resilient and respect everyone’s right to live with dignity. That right should apply to everyone, regardless of their gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, nationality or background. We are committed to fighting against inequality and discrimination in all its forms. As such, we condemn the brutal killing of George Floyd, support the aims and aspirations of Black Lives Matter and stand with those campaigning for a better, more equal, fairer world.

Grants awarded 2019-20

2019-20 RIN Small Grants Programme
 
We had a very big response this year and unfortunately could not fund all groups who applied. Trustees had a difficult job to prioritise and make awards. We want to warmly thank everyone who applied and wish all groups our best wishes in their future efforts in our local communities.
 
We are delighted to announce that the following 22 groups will each receive Thrale funding of between £500 and £3000. We look forward to showcasing more about their work on this website as the year progresses
 
The Spires Centre -Streatham
Stockwell Good Neighbours Group,- Brixton
Tulse Hill Residents Association (THETRA)
Home Start -Balham
Faiths Together in Lambeth
Balham and Tooting Community Association ( BATCA)
South London Refugee Association (SLRA) -Streatham
KineticaBlocoTulse Hill Project
Trinity Café Homeless drop -in -Wandsworth and Lambeth
Streatham Youth and Community Trust (SYCT)
Hope for Wellbeing -Tooting
Clapham Park TLC project - Brixton
Caras Refugee project -Tooting
The Nehemiah Project - Streatham
The Wiser Collective -Balham
Healthy Living Platform -Tulse Hill
Work and Play Scrapstore - Tooting
Little Village -Balham, Tooting, Streatham)
Emmaus - West Norwood
Share Community -Tooting
Streatham Drop-In for Refugees and Asylum Seekers
St Mathews Project -Tulse Hill and Brixton

Small Grants Available from Thrale 2020

It’s that time of year againand 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 the following areas: West Norwood, Balham, Tooting, Tulse Hill, Brixton and Streatham - postal codes SW2, SW12, SW16, SW17, SE21, SE24 and SE27.

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local charities

Local Grant Giving

One of Thrale’s main charitable objects is to provide ‘relief in need’ (RIN) - an old-fashioned term for supporting people in our local communities. 

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