The City Bridge Trust is a part of Bridge House Estates, controlling the grant-making. It utilises any extra funding Bridge House Estates has collected towards charitable activities that benefit the Greater London area.
Their aim is aid charities that may be disadvantaged by giving them access to fair and transparent grants. The City Bridge Trust traces its origins back to 1097 when William Rufus – second son of William the Conqueror raised a special tax in order to help maintain a wooded bridge in London.
Income 2013: £44.7m