One Stop – Community Partnership

Groundwork is working with One Stop Stores across the UK to administer the One Stop Community Partnership programme. Successful applicants will receive an initial grant of up to £1,000 and begin a partnership with their local One Stop store. The tailored support from the store teams will help community causes to increase or improve their service by assisting in areas such as but not limited to; volunteering support, fundraising and awareness-raising.

This programme is designed to support community groups or organisations operating within two miles of a One Stop store and which are;

– Tackling food poverty

– Supporting the vulnerable

– Supporting the elderly

– Supporting low-income families

– Running youth sports teams

– Reducing / recycling waste

– Improving the environment

Read more: One Stop Community Partnership – Groundwork

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