The P&G Fund

Supporting vulnerable people and those experiencing hardship in Tyne & Wear and Northumberland.

The P&G Fund offers a grant under one of two main themes.

1) Creating the Experience of Home – supporting charitable organisations helping to provide a level of basic comfort to people who cannot afford homes or who have been displaced, also supporting people struggling with the cost of living.

Examples include (but are not exhaustive):

• Furnishings/items for supported tenancies
• Independent living skills sessions
• Access to warm hubs for people struggling with cost of living
• Access to food provision for people struggling with cost of living

2) Everyday Health and Confidence – enabling healthy lives through everyday healthy behaviours linked to hygiene education.

Examples include:

• Hygiene awareness workshops
• Supporting vulnerable people to maintain good level of personal hygiene

The P & G advisory panel will meet in late March 2024 and please note the application may be considered by other Community Foundation Funds.

Deadline: 5 February 2024

Read more and apply for the P&G fund here.


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