London Community Recovery Network Portal

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The City of London is committed to a strong and inclusive recovery from COVID-19. In July 2020, City Council established the London Community Recovery Network (LCRN). You can find information related to accessing Community Recovery Funding below.

About the London Community Recovery Network

The London Community Recovery Network (LCRN) is chaired by the Mayor, supported by Council, and led by 51 community leaders who represent social, economic, and institutional organizations across London. LCRN is working to build a strong and inclusive post-pandemic London by driving recovery and renewal in our community.

About the London Community Recovery Framework

Through a collaborative, data-driven process, the LCRN identified recovery areas of focus, shared indicators, and metrics to guide and measure community efforts. These components form the vision for community recovery described in the London Community Recovery Framework. Rooted in eight shared commitments, the Framework provides a resource for organizations to align their collective efforts on recovery while also meeting the needs of individual sectors, members, and organizations. Click here to review the London Community Recovery Framework.

London Community Recovery Framework Progress Update

LCRN member organizations have identified 260 planned, ongoing, or completed initiatives through 2022 that are supporting London’s recovery in alignment with one or more of the LCRN’s vision and objectives. Of the total, 198 are initiatives that were created in response to the pandemic, and 62 were existing initiatives that were redesigned to align with LCRN recovery efforts. Click here to review the LCRN Mid-Year Report.

Community Recovery Funding

Between fall 2020 and spring 2021, Municipal Council approved a total of $10 million to be set aside to support social and economic recovery measures. Since then, several submissions have been presented to City Council where City funding was requested to support community recovery initiatives. As of March 2022, Municipal Council approved a total of $3.7 million towards several business cases in support of recovery.

To access the remaining funding, groups must be eligible to receive funding and the idea must be aligned with the London Community Recovery Framework recovery focus areas and applicable indicators. Please follow the steps below to access this funding.

How to Access Community Recovery Funding

  1. Review the Accessing Recovery Funding document below, and ensure you are eligible to receive this funding and that your idea is aligned with the London Community Recovery Framework recovery focus areas and applicable indicators.
  2. Fill out the Funding Application below.
  3. Wait for City staff to review your idea for feasibility and reach out to you for next steps.

The City of London is committed to a strong and inclusive recovery from COVID-19. In July 2020, City Council established the London Community Recovery Network (LCRN). You can find information related to accessing Community Recovery Funding below.

About the London Community Recovery Network

The London Community Recovery Network (LCRN) is chaired by the Mayor, supported by Council, and led by 51 community leaders who represent social, economic, and institutional organizations across London. LCRN is working to build a strong and inclusive post-pandemic London by driving recovery and renewal in our community.

About the London Community Recovery Framework

Through a collaborative, data-driven process, the LCRN identified recovery areas of focus, shared indicators, and metrics to guide and measure community efforts. These components form the vision for community recovery described in the London Community Recovery Framework. Rooted in eight shared commitments, the Framework provides a resource for organizations to align their collective efforts on recovery while also meeting the needs of individual sectors, members, and organizations. Click here to review the London Community Recovery Framework.

London Community Recovery Framework Progress Update

LCRN member organizations have identified 260 planned, ongoing, or completed initiatives through 2022 that are supporting London’s recovery in alignment with one or more of the LCRN’s vision and objectives. Of the total, 198 are initiatives that were created in response to the pandemic, and 62 were existing initiatives that were redesigned to align with LCRN recovery efforts. Click here to review the LCRN Mid-Year Report.

Community Recovery Funding

Between fall 2020 and spring 2021, Municipal Council approved a total of $10 million to be set aside to support social and economic recovery measures. Since then, several submissions have been presented to City Council where City funding was requested to support community recovery initiatives. As of March 2022, Municipal Council approved a total of $3.7 million towards several business cases in support of recovery.

To access the remaining funding, groups must be eligible to receive funding and the idea must be aligned with the London Community Recovery Framework recovery focus areas and applicable indicators. Please follow the steps below to access this funding.

How to Access Community Recovery Funding

  1. Review the Accessing Recovery Funding document below, and ensure you are eligible to receive this funding and that your idea is aligned with the London Community Recovery Framework recovery focus areas and applicable indicators.
  2. Fill out the Funding Application below.
  3. Wait for City staff to review your idea for feasibility and reach out to you for next steps.

Page last updated: 26 Apr 2022, 12:56 PM