Lidl Community Fund 

The Lidl Community Fund is a £500,000 fund dedicated to supporting their Feed it Back partners to support those experiencing poverty. Grants are available to charities in two tiers:

Standard grants of up to £500 to address immediate issues like demand for food parcels.

Large grants of up to £5,000 for the creation of long-term benefits like refurbishment of food preparation areas of premises. Organisations can apply for one grant per quarter and funds must be used within the next three months.

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Please note: you will have to create an account/provide all details via the Get Started link on the above page before you can go any further as regards applications – there’s also social media details to keep abreast of future deadline announcements here – Contact us | Neighbourly

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