Morrisons Foundation

The Morrisons Foundation supports charities making a positive difference in local communities. The Foundation is calling for applications to its grant funding programme, which supports charities delivering projects that help to improve people’s lives, from support groups to children’s hospitals and homeless shelters to hospices, with grants of up to £25k.

Please note, the following will not be considered:

  • part-funding
  • salaries/running costs/ongoing service delivery,
  • expeditions, recreation or overseas travel
  • fundraising events
  • advertising, promotion or marketing of events or services
  • conferences or seminars
  • animal or sports charities, unless the objective is to improve the lives of vulnerable or disadvantaged people.

Up to £25,000. Registered charities. No deadline.

Read more and apply here. 


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