Tesco Bags of Help fund
Bags of Help is Tesco’s local community grant scheme where the money raised by the carrier bag charge in Tesco stores is being used to fund thousands of community projects across the UK.
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The projects must meet the criteria of bringing benefits to the community and registered charities are eligible to apply.
They’re always open for applications from charities.
Three community projects in each local area will be voted on by customers in Tesco stores throughout the UK, with projects changing every other month. Following the vote, the project that received the most votes in its area will receive a grant of up to £4,000, second place receiving up to £2,000 and third place up to £1,000.
Find out more about the grant including the different types of projects it funds and how to apply here.
Tesco Bags of Help Centenary Grants
To mark their 100th year, Tesco have launched Bags of Help Centenary Grants for not for profit organisations to apply for £25,000 for projects that bring significant benefit to communities.
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The Centenary Grants are two special voting rounds of the Tesco Bags of Help local community grant scheme and offer a unique opportunity to help more people across five regional areas in Scotland.
Voting for these grants will take place in July/August and November/December 2019. Following the vote, the project that receives the most votes in the voting region will receive a grant of up to £25,000, second place receiving up to £15,000 and third place up to £10,000.
The July/august 2019 voting period will feature projects with a Health and Wellbeing theme, and projects focussing on cancer, heart disease and diabetes will be prioritised.
The Community Enabler team at greenspace scotland can help you apply.
The aim of the Morrisons Foundation is to improve the lives of people in the UK. Learn more about the different types of funding they offer below or head over to their website for more information.
The Morrisons Foundation provides grants towards projects undertaken by registered charities. If you’re seeking funds for a unit project you can apply over on their website now.
Give your local store a call and ask to speak to the Community Champion (every Morrisons supermarket has one in place to support local and smaller charity requests). Why not give it a go and see if your local store may be able to provide a raffle prize, food or drink for fundraising events or even help out with a special camp. Check out their store locator here.
The Asda Foundation are committed to their vision of transforming communities and improving lives and they’re keen to support over 10,000 local charities based within a mile of a store or depot.
Customers and colleagues are the ones that choose the local cause the Asda store should support. If you want to nominate your unit visit or call your local store – find it here.