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We’ve been busy fundraising, grant-giving, volunteering and difference making. Read on to find out more about what we’ve been up to lately…

Latest round of awarded grants unveiled

In September, we reopened our grants application portal and were amazed by the overwhelming response from all corners of the UK. Numerous remarkable charities sought our assistance in realising projects and initiatives, keeping our grants committee diligently engaged as they ran through the necessary checks.


But now, we are delighted to announce the beneficiaries of our most recent funding cycle.


Join us in spotlighting the following charities, and we will share more about their brilliant community projects over the course of the next six months:


  • Panathlon, Carlisle, £9,865, to fund sports events days for disabled children.

  • Safe & Sound, Derby, has been awarded £5,400, to deliver counselling sessions for those affected by child exploitation.

  • The Enthusiasm Trust, Derby, has received £8,000 to fund their Thursday evening Youth Club for 1 year.

  • Read for Good, has been given £8,000 to provide books and storytellers for hospital patients in Oxford, Manchester and Glasgow.

  • Youth Mental Health Foundation, Devon, £5,152, to fund creation of module for training parents of children with mental health difficulties.

  • Pelican Parcels, Sussex, have received £4,000 to provide Christmas presents for disadvantaged families with small children.

  • Bramber Bakehouse, Sussex, £4,878 to fund training to care for women who have suffered abuse.

  • Super Siblings, Sussex, has been awarded £3,600 to support siblings of children with special needs.

  • Fareshare/Citygate Community Projects, Sussex, £665 to fund 7 phones for community officers which will be used for their Sat Nav.

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