Applications open for Lloyd’s next charity partners

Lloyd’s Charities Trust welcomes applications for funding to help reduce disaster risk and build resilient communities.

Lloyd’s Charities Trust is looking to partner with one or two charities for up to three years and are welcoming applications from now until 31 May 2019.

As the Lloyd’s market responds to emerging risks and the challenges that these pose to communities around the world, it becomes increasingly important that Lloyd’s Charities Trust supports projects that aim to reduce the impact of devastation to the communities and people who are most at risk. Through our charity partnerships, we work with organisations who help the most vulnerable groups with disaster risk reduction globally. Previous partners include RedR and Build Change; funding projects that upskill aid workers and structurally strengthen vulnerable homes.

We are looking for new partner charities who can help us achieve our objective of reducing disaster risks across the world. We are looking to partner with one or two charities for up to three years and are welcoming applications from global charities with a UK presence. Lloyd’s Charities Trust has up to £130,000 per year* to support the partnership but would like to partner with organisations who can engage the Lloyd’s market in a wide range of ways to support our objective.

How to apply

- Read more about our strategy and find an application pack on our website.
- Submit your application to by Friday 31 May 2019

The Lloyd’s insurance market enables the sharing of risk in a world facing diverse challenges. For more than 60 years, Lloyd’s Charities Trust has helped to build resilient and sustainable communities where it matters most through global disaster risk reduction and supporting local causes.

* £130,000 is the total budget for the year, whether spread across one or two charities



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