LEAP CoCreate Fund

Applications now open

Can your organisation make a positive and lasting change to young children's lives in Lambeth?

With our CoCreate Fund, you can.

Work with local people to develop an initiative that benefits pregnant women or children age 0-3. Apply for either £2,000 or £10,000 to do it. 

The rewards of supporting very young children are huge. And by demonstrating a commitment to your community, you'll be improving your reach and reputation. It's a great way for you to learn more about the people who use your services, and become a beacon within the community.

Have a look at the Amber initiatives and the Turquoise initiatives that we have been funding.  

Still need convincing?

Does your group or organisation want to...

  • see families and communities thrive?
  • get to know your services users better?
  • explore the benefits of supporting very young children?

How to apply for the CoCreate Fund

We have two funding options available:

  1. CoCreate Amber Fund
    £2,000 for delivery of a light-touch initiative followed by a brief evaluation.
  2. CoCreate Turquoise Fund
    £10,000 for delivery of an in-depth initiative followed by advanced evaluation and learning.

CoCreate fund applications close midday 30 May 2022. 

Who can apply?

Formally constituted groups or organisations based in Stockwell, Vassall, Coldharbour or Tulse Hill (or willing to deliver initiatives in one or more of these areas).

Whether you already work with 0-3 year olds, or you would like to, you're welcome to apply.

Apply for the Amber Fund

Apply for the Turquoise Fund


Empowering communities through co-production

Co-production is an equal relationship between people providing and people receiving services. Knowledge from lived experiences and professional experience is equally valued. 

The videos below feature 8 of our projects. They explore how we're empowering communities through child-focused, community-led initiatives. 

Find out how we're supporting groups to work with families in a mutually beneficial way, with an eye on sustainability and impact. 

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