Grants of between £3,000 and £6,000 are available for a wide range of organisations in England, Scotland and Wales, including Community Interest Companies, for projects within a 3-mile radius of a Starbucks retail outlet to create new or enhance existing green spaces that will increase access to nature.
Application deadline: Thursday 11 January 2024 at 3pm.
Funder: The Hubbub Foundation UK (founded 2014. Charity number 1158700. Total charitable expenditure during the year ended 31 October 2022: £7,403,686 (2021: £4,274,279)).
Who can apply: registered charities, constituted community and voluntary organisations, youth groups, resident groups, community associations, schools, Community Interest Companies and social enterprises in England, Scotland and Wales (please note that this funding opportunity is not available in Northern Ireland).
Key words: Increasing Access to Nature and Green Spaces, Community Cohesion, Building Climate Resilience, Skills. Education, Teaching, Learning, England, Scotland, Wales.
In partnership with Starbucks, a US company that is often considered as being among the world’s leading retailers of speciality coffee, the Hubbub Foundation is offering 50 groups across England, Scotland and Wales grants of between £3,000 and £6,000 to develop green space initiatives and increase access to nature through its new Nature Hubs grant programme. Groups will be partnered with a local Starbucks store, who will support projects in a number of ways.