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Warburtons Family Matters Community Grants programme

Micro-grants up to £400 are available for not-for-profit organisations in England, Scotland and Wales for projects that benefit children and families.

Who can apply: not-for-profit organisations in England, Scotland and Wales. Employees of Warburtons may also apply on behalf of an organisation if they are actively involved with the applicant as a sponsor, trustee or in a voluntary capacity.

Key Words: Employment Skills, Environment, children and Families, Life Skills, Mental Health, Open Space, Physical Health, England, Scotland, Wales.

The Warburtons Family Matters Community Grants programme provides micro-grants grants of up to £400 (with no matched funding requirement) to not-for-profit organisations across Great Britain (England. Scotland and Wales, but not Northern Ireland) for projects that benefit families and meet one or more of the following themes.

  • Health – supporting families to care for each other and lead healthier lives:
    • Improving physical health, and/or
    • Improving wellbeing.
  • Place – supporting families to flourish in communities that are safer, greener and more inclusive:
    • Making spaces safe and inclusive, and/or
    • Connecting communities with the environment.
  • Skills – supporting families to gain useful skills for life and work:
    • Developing useful life skills, and/or
    • Developing useful skills for employment.

Grants of up to £400 can be used to support projects and activities and organisations that will directly benefit families and have a noticeable social impact on people’s lives.

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