The mayor of London has handed £30,000 to community groups supporting EU citizens living in London.
Micro-grants of about £5,000 have been given to six different community organisations providing people with information on how to apply for "settled status" to remain in the UK post-Brexit.
Mayor Sadiq Khan said: "Throughout the entire Brexit process, I have been clear that London is open, and that EU citizens living in the capital belong here and are welcome.
"It’s critical that they get good quality advice and support around what Brexit means for them and how to apply for settled status, particularly those who are vulnerable."
The groups which received the cash are Latin American Women’s Rights Service (LAWRS), Work Rights Centre, New Europeans, Migrant Resource Centre, Refugees in Active and Effective Partnership and the Bulgarian Centre for Social Integration and Culture.
Lucila Granada, director at LAWRS, said: "This grant will help us reach out to Latin American women affected by Brexit and disseminate information in a way that is accessible to the most excluded, including women in domestic violence and severe poverty."