Trust for London and People First are inviting organisations led by people with learning difficulties to join us for an information event about applying for funding from the Disability justice fund.
What is the event about?
We want to encourage applications to round two of the Disability justice fund from organisations led by people with learning difficulties. We've partnered with People First to host an in-person information event to support organisations looking to apply. Lunch will be provided before the session starts.
- In-person at the Trust for London offices
- Monday 22 January 2024
- 1pm-2pm lunch
- 2pm-4.30pm event (with breaks)
Trust for London, 4th Floor, 4 Chiswell Street, London EC1Y 4UP. Nearest stations: Moorgate and Liverpool Street.
This is an in-person event. There won't be any hybrid or Zoom facilities.
Want more information about the Disability justice fund?
- Watch a 3-minute video with more information about the fund here
- Access more information, including easy-read guidance and access support here (quick link to these under the 'support' tab, or scroll down to find them underneath ‘key documents’)
- Look at the FAQ here
The deadline for applying for funding is 4 March 2023. The event on 22 January may be more useful if you watch the video, or read some information first as it will give you time to think about any questions you have before the event.
Want to come?
Book your place to come to the event. If you don't book your place, you won't be able to attend. NOTE: places are limited to three people per organsiation.
Want to bring more than three people?
Spaces to the event are limited, and so we're asking organisations to bring a maximum of three guests. If you would like to bring more than three people, please let us know by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we'll add your extra guests to the waiting list. If any more spaces become available we'll let you know.
Not sure if it is a good idea to come?
Please contact contact Trust for London at email@example.com if you have any questions.