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Our Small Grants Scheme is designed to support smaller charities registered and operating in the United Kingdom, especially those working at grass roots and local community level, in any field, across a wide range of activities. Please note we are not able to support individuals.
Applications are welcomed from charities that have an annual turnover of less than £150,000 per annum. Larger or national charities will normally not be considered under this scheme. Nor will the Scheme generally support charities that are able consistently to generate operational surpluses or which have built up considerable unrestricted reserves.
Firstly check What we fund , which details our fundraising priorities and exclusions, if you then feel you could apply then complete our Eligibility Checkerto ensure your application fits within the Asda Foundation guidelines, it is quick and simple.
If your application fits the Asda Foundation guidelines, applying could not be simpler, please contact your local store and speak to the Asda Community Champion – to see if this is something they would like to be involved with and support.
We tend to receive thousands of application locally so unfortunately we are unable to support them all, but this could be an opportunity to be nominated on the Green Token Giving Programme.
Our aim is to aim to find, nurture and promote talent and to advocate for the best possible conditions for the making of art. We enable artists, arts organisations and the sector to explore and develop their talents and to make artistic work of the utmost strength and quality. Achieving excellence is at the heart of what we do. Our definition of excellence refers to the artistic, aesthetic and ethical integrity of the artists, arts organisations and projects that we support.
The Improving Lives funding priorities are part of our wider grant making strategy launched in October 2017.
In our Improving Lives programme, we have six priority areas. These priorities describe what we want to fund and how we want to bring about change for the most disadvantaged people in greatest need.
Help at a Critical Moment Helping people to rebuild their lives following a crisis, critical moment, trauma or abuse
Positive Choices Helping people, whose actions or behaviours have led to negative consequences for themselves and others, to make positive choices
Accommodation / Housing Support Enabling people to work towards or maintain accommodation
Employment and Training Supporting people to move towards or gain employment
Financial Inclusion, Rights & Entitlements Supporting people to overcome their financial problems and ensure that they are able to claim their rights and entitlements
Support Networks & Family Working with people to develop improved support networks and family relationships