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Asda Foundation - Investing in Spaces and Places Grant

Investing in Spaces and Places is a new higher value Asda Foundation grant for local groups aimed at improving community spaces and places where local people can be together and thrive.

About Asda Foundation - Investing in Spaces and Places Grant

Asda Foundation understands there are lot of spaces within communities which need a little love and funding to be a space which lots of groups can benefit from and be together. Therefore, Asda Foundation will be supporting communities across the UK with an investment to help groups improve these spaces through this brand-new grant.

Asda Foundation supports local, grass roots, community led organisations that are making a positive difference in their local area and improving the lives of people living within the Asda community. Groups can be considered for an Investing in Spaces and Places Grant if they meet the criteria below:

  1. Groups applying must be not for profit
  2. The end beneficiaries must be people within the local community
  3. Group must have a presence in the local community around Asda stores and its work must benefit that local community
  4. The space and/or place requiring funding is used by multiple groups, regularly
  5. Groups must have an existing relationship with their local Asda store

Grants awarded will be between £5,000 and £25,000 towards improving community spaces in local communities across the UK. There is a limited funding allocation for each Asda region. Please read the guidance fully and if you meet criteria and have a project in mind, talk to your local Community Champion.

The five stages are:

  1. Stage 1 (October/November/December) – conversations between community colleagues and local groups about higher value needs/projects. Projects will be discussed as a region and Eligibility Questionnaires submitted by Community Champions by 09/01/2022. -
  2. Stage 2 (January 2022) – Asda Foundation will assess all nominations and create a shortlist.
  3. Stage 3 (February 2022) – Regional Team Meetings will be held to vote on the projects making it through to the final stage.
  4. Stage 4 (March-April 2022)– Final shortlisted groups invited to complete full application.
  5. Stage 5 (June 2022) – Successful groups notified, and grants sent.

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