Extending A Lifeline To Enablers Of Change

Discover our current projects to see the difference we are making to the charities we nurture and support and the people and communities that they uplift.

Discover The Projects We Support

From providing medical care for disabled children, to giving migrants a safe haven, the projects we support improve the lives of hundreds of thousands of people across the world. As well as financial support, we work closely with grantees, providing advice, guidance on initating new projects, scaling up projects and assisting with transformational change.

Future Leaders Programme – Tomorrow’s Leaders

Co-funded by Lifelines International and the Mayor of London’s Shared Endeavour Fund, the Future Leaders Programme is a year-long free, accredited and award-winning leadership programme for Year 12/13 students across London. Through weekly sessions with inspirational guest speakers, mentoring, university and apprenticeship prep, work experience, enrichment trips and teambuilding days, young people are put on...

Funding & Strategic Support, Providing Victims Of Trauma With Culturally Sensitive Mental Health Interventions

Lifelines International has enabled Phola to increase its reach within vulnerable communities using our culturally sensitive mental health methodologies to bring healing to women, children and families affected by trauma. Lifelines Int has enabled us to strengthen the development and dissemination of Phola’s methodologies. This has also helped to increase the visibility of the organisation...

The Happy Baby Community Hub

Lifelines International are funding this unique project, designed to empowering a substantial community of vulnerable migrant women and their young children in West London. 

Core Funding For Bedfordshire Suicide Response Service (BSBS), The Babyloss Service and The Disability Friendship Scheme (DFS)

Lifelines has provided funding for the continued provision of 3 CHUMS services – the Bedfordshire Suicide Response Service (BSBS), the Babyloss Service and the Disability Friendship Scheme (DFS), and towards core costs.

Supporting & Empowering Women Experiencing Homelessness

Crisis’ Power Up! group was set up to support and empower women who are experiencing homelessness. The monthly groups are a safe space where women can access peer support, make friends, and learn new skills.

Sponsoring Education In Fields Which Support Victims of Domestic Abuse

Migrant Helpline created a bursary fund, available to children, relatives, and dependants of our employees, to be used towards post-secondary studies in fields which support victims of domestic abuse, such as counselling, social work, police, education and health care. We planned to award £5000 in bursaries per year for the next three years, totalling £15,000.

Pan Intercultural Arts – Creative Expression For Refugees And Survivors of Trafficking and Human Slavery

The Amies Choirs (for female survivors of trafficking), Papillon (for young female Afghan refugees), Fortune (for young adult refugees and migrants). All three groups endeavour to a space for creative expression discovery and empowerment for refugees. migrants And survivors of trafficking and human slavery.

Empowerment For Female Survivors Of Domestic Abuse

Lifelines funded an empowerment programme through Future Living charity for female survivors of domestic abuse; personal counselling and training/volunteering opportunities to develop confidence and have skills to take to the job market.

Literacy Support For Disadvantaged Children in East Oxford

Quest for Learning supports disadvantaged primary school children in Oxfordshire who have fallen behind their peers through high quality English and Maths interventions. Our programmes have been in demand from schools in our county for 24 years. And that’s because what we do works! In just 2 months children on our literacy programmes make 14...

Global Inclusive Education Project in Uganda

Sense International (SI) is a global charity that works to support people with deaf blindness in several countries worldwide such as India, Kenya, Nepal, Tanzania, Peru and Romania. In the UK, these projects are managed through Sense UK .

Intervention Services At A Special Needs School in India

Satya Special School was established in June 2003, in Pondicherry-India, to provide a safe and secure base for special children with a range of mental and physical disabilities. At the time there were little or no facilities for children with special needs who were often left at home, tied down, or abandoned altogether.