Tesco Community Grants
Grants are available to non-profit making, constituted groups and organisations for local good causes that focus on
supporting children and families in the UK.
The Tesco Community Grants programme supports local good causes across the UK. Since it launched in 2016, the programme has supported more than 40,000 community groups with more than £90 mil-lion in grants. The scheme aims to make a positive difference to Tesco communities.
The grants programme is administered by the charity Groundwork who is working with greenspace scotland to support successful projects in Scotland.
Funding is aimed at projects that focus on supporting children and families and those groups that
address food insecurity. This could be for example a local school needing food for a children’s
breakfast club, a voluntary organisation working with families to run holiday clubs, a charity sup-porting young people with specialist advice to manage mental health, a brownie or scout group
needing new tents or a youth sports club needing new equipment, a family advice centre wanting to recruit more volunteers, or a local friends of a park group wanting to develop a new toddler area.
Tesco’s funding has supported thousands of local community projects across the UK, helping to fight holiday hunger, tackle mental health, support young people, host community events and much more. Originally launched in 2016 as Bags of Help, the scheme has supported over 40,000 community groups with more than £90 million in grants. The scheme aims to make a positive difference – because where Tesco communities thrive, Tesco business and colleagues thrive too.
Maximum value £ 1,500
Published: September 14