Welcome to

Peckham Settlement

The Peckham Settlement is a volunteer-run local funder, providing small grants of £100 – £3,000 to charities and community groups in Peckham and the surrounding areas.

We are especially keen to hear from those needing smaller grants of £100 – £500 to help make local events and initiatives happen, bringing communities and estates together.

Peckham Settlement, whose history dates back to 1896, closed its doors as a community centre in summer 2012 but is now fully back up and running as a grant-making body.

See our News page for details of what we have been supporting recently. This ranges from food bank and mutual aid responses to Covid-19, local sports and fitness projects, youth focussed music studios and organisations supporting international and diaspora communities across SE15.

Grants re-open details – June 2024

Rainbow Collective received funding for a summer workshop and they produced an animation. The animation won Into Film choice award 2023

Lately

New Email
We have updated their email to: info@peckhamsettlement.org – so please use this email to contact us regarding information about our grants. Thanks you, Peckham Settlement   The Peckham Settlement is a registered charity (215925) and a company limited by guarantee (255374).
The Peckham Settlement Board of Trustees are delighted to announce the re-opening of its  grants programme on Tuesday 11th June for round one of two rounds for 2024. As usual we are looking to fund projects that are delivering activities and services that benefit Peckham and Nunhead residents. We will be awarding grants between £500 and […]
Peckham Settlement AGM
DIARY DATE: Wednesday 25 September 2024 Peckham Settlement AGM | 6.30-8.30pm

Responding to our COVID Emergency Fund

For us personally at Peckham Rights!, the Peckham Settlement Emergency Grant was a much needed resource to help with COVID-19 health promotion last summer 2020, when there was still so much unknown about the illness and best ways of protecting ourselves and our communities. For our Peckham community, which has a large Black African and immigrant population, it was especially important to ensure that messaging was reaching those and other marginalised communities, which were more susceptible to severe illness and death than both the majority and average UK populations. At the time of the grant award, Peckham and Southwark were among the worst-hit areas of London and the whole of the UK in infection rates, so specific targeting was vitally important. Many thanks to Peckham Settlement for recognising the importance of this work and for supporting our efforts to help our community though, arguably, one of the most collectively-challenging events of our lifetimes.

- Peckham Rights!