Islington Giving strikes £90,000 partnership with Goldsmiths’ Company Charity
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A charity that works to reduce poverty in Islington has struck up a new partnership that will benefit it to the tune of £90,000.
Islington Giving will receive the cash from grant funder the Goldsmiths' Company Charity over the next three years.
Chair Rob Hull said: "We are thrilled to have another major funder join the Islington Giving board.
"It is a recognition of the valuable work being carried out by a coalition of voluntary and private sector partners in support of our local Islington community."
Ciorsdan Brown of the Goldsmiths' Company Charity added: "Both the Goldsmiths' Company Charity and Islington Giving are united by a common aim: to do good, better.
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"We are excited to be able to contribute at such a hyper-local level and continue to develop and evolve our giving model to remain an outward looking and collaborative charity."
Islington Giving has handed out more than £6million since forming in 2010. The Cripplegate Foundation, which helped to establish it, manages all of its grants.
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