Deadline: Varying | Tesco community grants
All schools, registered charities, and not-for-profit organizations are eligible for the program; initiatives that feed and assist youth will be given precedence. Applications that focus on children and youth, food security, and eligibility examples include:
- a school that feeds its students for breakfast clubs or during the day snacks.
- A school seeking to purchase supplies for either indoor or outdoor learning.
- a school seeking to create a space for growing food.
- An after-school club is sponsored by the school.
- a nonprofit organization that manages a food bank in partnership with families.
- a group that fights hunger during the holidays.
- a healthy eating initiative that helps families prepare affordable, nutritious meals.
A Brownie or Scout troop that need money for new games or activities.
You can also suggest a cause that you would like to see supported if you are a Tesco customer or coworker. Each Tesco store’s coworkers will assist in choosing local residents who could use a little assistance. Additionally, when customers receive a blue token at the register at any Tesco location, they can vote for their preferred charity to be awarded a grant. This website is run by the community charity Groundwork, which also handles financial administration across the UK. In order to assist prosperous initiatives in Scotland, Groundwork collaborates with Greenspace Scotland.
Choose and assist a neighborhood initiative that is important to you.
Nominations for a Tesco Stronger Start grant are welcome from both customers and coworkers of Tesco. You can vote in-store for the projects that have been selected. Contribute to the initiatives that are most important to you.
Who can submit an application?
Schools, community-based organizations (volunteer or charitable, including registered charities and enterprises), health organizations (e.g., NHS Hospital Trust, Foundation Trust, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), Parish/Town Councils, local authorities, and social housing providers) will all receive grants.
There are numerous additional kinds of organizations that will receive funding; this is by no means an exhaustive list.
Applications cannot be accepted from:
- People individuals
- Community Engagement Businesses that own shares (CICs)
- Community Interest Businesses under two years old that have a guarantee
- Profit-driven businesses
Tesco Stronger Starts: How does it operate?
Charities and community organizations can apply for a £1,500 grant through Tesco Stronger Starts. Three regional charities are chosen every three months to participate in the blue token consumer voting held in Tesco locations around the United Kingdom.
To Apply and for more information, visit Tesco Community Grants Official Website