Under the ‘Significant Local Community Projects’ scheme they want to support programmes which really make a significant difference to local communities and the people who live there.
This is funding for capital costs e.g. building renovations, vehicles, computer or audio equipment.
Rolling, applications are reviewed on a monthly basis
Charities, not-for-profits and local good causes. You must have a track record of delivery, good financial systems and records, and a 3-5 year strategic plan.
They do not give grants for salaries nor project costs, only capital costs.
They do not give grants if you are a profit-making organisation.
Small – medium size grants, from £2,000 to over £30,000.
Complete the eligibility checker if this fits the Foundations guidelines and criteria contact your local Asda Store Community Champion to see if this is something they would like to work on with you and support locally. If so, they will invite you to complete an application form, which must also be signed by the store manager.
If the Community Champion at your local store is supporting you with your fundraising the Foundation can also make a contribution to ‘top up’ what has been raised locally. Apply for a Top Up grant separately.
If you're not successful, you may still be eligible for the Green Token in-store scheme.
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