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By contributing £50 / month, you are directly supporting one neighbour to access the fund, and sending the strongest signal that you are part of ma... Read more
£50 GBP / month
Your regular contribution of an hour's London Living Wage will go directly to neighbours in need of support, and will help ensure the sustainabilit... Read more
£10.75 GBP / month
Top financial contributors
£3,000 GBP since Apr 2022
£2,000 GBP since May 2020
£1,596.3 GBP since Dec 2020
£1,539.67 GBP since Jun 2020
£1,200 GBP since Jun 2020
£1,000 GBP since Jun 2020
£865.9 GBP since Dec 2021
£700 GBP since Jan 2021
£652.32 GBP since Jun 2020
£100 GBP since Aug 2020
£3,000 GBP since Nov 2020
£1,225 GBP since May 2020
£1,180 GBP since May 2020
£1,150 GBP since Jul 2020
£1,000 GBP since Jul 2020
£910 GBP since Jan 2022
£900 GBP since Dec 2020
£850 GBP since Dec 2020
£850 GBP since Dec 2020
£750 GBP since Sep 2020
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Basic income crowdfunder contribution
Published on December 1, 2021 by Newham Solidarity Fund
A note to confirm that the contribution of £865.90 from the account of the Newham Solidarity Fund is the result of the London Solidarity Fund Federation's basic income project and crowdfunder with the Basic Income Conversation.
May hardship support.
Published on April 28, 2021 by Nuala
I have just submitted an invoice for financial support for May. However again I cant see this showing up when I go on the main page. Can someone please comfirm my invoice has been recieved? Also I would be so grateful if this can be approve...
Please look at our User Guide for full instructions on how to claim from the fund via Open Collective.
Our 'fiscal host', the Social Change Agency, makes payments every Monday, Wednesday and Fridays - though we cannot guarantee what time. Please take this into account when you apply for funds, as you may not receive it immediately.
For neighbours who do not use online banking/do not have internet access, we can coordinate with local Mutual Aid groups to deliver groceries and reimburse volunteers for them from the fund. Safeguarding is in place in line with social distancing and current hygiene advice and these neighbours will be contacted by the mutual aid group to confirm receipt of the groceries. The same £50/month per person limit still applies to the end recipient of the groceries.
Our host normally makes payments on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, however the cutoff point for them is now 1pm on these days. Any expenses that are submitted after 1pm on those days will be picked up in the next batch of scheduled payments.
For this reason, bank transfers are our preferred method of donation. You will be sent an e-mail containing the bank details and a reference number. This happens almost instantaneously, so please check in your ‘junk mail’ folder if you can’t see it in your ‘inbox’. Please quote the payment reference number supplied when you commit to the donation - as this ensures the money is credited to the SE15 Community Fund.
We are in touch with local community groups to increase awareness of the fund's existence, so that the most in need are able to access it. We want everyone to be able to access the fund and are keen to work with others regarding emerging issues. If you have any feedback about your experience, or can help us understand the needs and experiences of particular users, please get in touch at [email protected]