Funders & Sponsors

Our long-term core funder the RSA Trust is the charitable arm of the RSA Island Centre. All profit from the business park is transferred to the RSA Trust for distribution to good causes across Enfield and the wider area.

They fund projects ranging from enact’s community work, to supporting a local hospice, to supporting local people to start their own business and a local boxing charity who provide activities at enact youth provisions.

London Community Response Fund-TNLCF COVID 19 Response

Funding from The National Lottery Community Fund, distributed by City Bridge Trust through the London Community Response Fund towards the end of 2020 has helped us fund crucial youth activities, covid related items such as PPE, upskilling our team with training, wellbeing projects, counselling for volunteers and staff and core expenses just to name a few of the areas which we were supported to help the Enfield community in response to the difficulties faced as a result of Covid 19. Thanks to National Lottery players for making this possible.

This fund also helped us to revamp our entire website!

Established in 1999, the Jack Petchey Foundation makes grants to programmes and projects that benefit young people aged 11-25.

Enact has run their flagship Achievement Award Scheme for several years. This scheme recognises outstanding young people throughout London and Essex.

We were awarded a Jack Petchey Covid Recovery grant to fund our Friday night provisions for 10-14 year olds and 14-19 year olds from March-November 2021. Thank you!

Metaswitch is the world’s leading cloud native communications software company. Metaswitch provides enact  with a crucial ‘discretionary fund’ to offer support to local people in times of crisis. This during covid 19 has proved to be a huge help to the community providing items such as printers & laptops supporting home-schooling and wellbeing items to look after the communities mental health.

Metaswitch is currently funding the enact photography project, each month is a photography challenge where the community can win a £50 voucher of their choice. At the end of 12 months we will produce a 2021 calendar with all the winning entries. All proceeds will go back into youth half term activities. #metaswitchcares

Integrated Pest Management Ltd tackle all types of pest problems and have established an excellent reputation for providing a professional and comprehensive service.

IPM has previously donated towards our Enact Community Awards Sponsors and supports our staff training.

The National Lottery Community Fund has funded children and families work since 2019 and will continue to fund this work until December 2023.
‘The Reaching Communities’ Project has enabled a varied number of activities to run consistently for age groups 0-11 years, plus family groups. These projects are rich and diverse and offer local children and families the opportunity to get involved in fun, safe and supportive activities, that bring informal learning and create wonderful lasting memories. This project seeks to be led by the community through building on from what the community say they would like and what they feel is needed plays a key role in the development of programmes and activities for children and families.

Enfield Voluntary Action is known as EVA. They help people & groups access knowledge, skills & resources to make a difference in our Borough. We have membership with EVA, tap into training, tap into new funding opportunities and also get to speak with other agencies and charities in the borough of Enfield.

We received a grant programmes in February 2020 relating Tackling Poverty & Inequality in Enfield. This grant has helped us provide families and youth with laptops and training to help bridge the digital divide which we know many families and youth are facing.

We received a Coronavirus Community Support Fund which supported our youth work from July 2020- December 2020

@tnlcommunityfund @dcmsgovuk – Thank you! All our work is showcased on our Instagram page.

The fund helped enact run a weekly run club ran with 4 youth volunteers. We had 10-15 young people per session outcomes were:  running a 5k by the end of December, get introduced to yoga and mindfulness, look at healthy eating, promote positive eating and designing run club jackets for all young people and volunteers.

We ran a Mentoring scheme which ran 4 times a week (4 hours face to face or online with a level 3 youth work trained and JNC qualified youth worker)

We ran a cooking space where young people made meals from scratch and they were able to feed their family and Youth space promoting fitness/mental health.