Grant giving data & examples of funded charities
The Grocers' Charity publishes its annual grant giving data with 360Giving. This service helps grant-makers and donors improve their charitable giving. Using the 360Giving data requirements, please find an excel spreadsheet on the grants we awarded in a given year below. This data is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Bramber Bakehouse is an award-winning charity providing therapeutical baking, well-being and employability skills for female survivors of trafficking. The trauma they experience has lasting impacts on their mental and physical health and the ability to rebuild their lives. By providing effective training and support, Bramber equips and empowers women, helping them integrate into the wider community, education, voluntary work or employment.
Exposure is a grassroots, multi-award-winning young people's communications charity enabling beneficiaries (aged 15-25) to thrive creatively. They empower young people to harness digital technology positively and intelligently. They develop creative material, articles, stories, interviews, poems, artwork, music, podcasts, and short films featured on Exposure's website, sharing content on issues important to them.
The Goed Life
The Goed Life aim is to enhance the lives of those with learning disabilities through finding meaningful employment. They have two training cafes and a horticultural centre in Northampton. The Beehive cafe and The Sweet Bee trains 16-18-year-olds and is part of the Beehive College in Northampton. The college's ethos is to prepare young people with learning disabilities for the world of work. In 2019, The Goed Life Horti Hub opened. This place allows the students to grow and care for plants and then sell them in the Horti Hub shop.
Theatre-Rites creates experimental theatre for children. Led by world-renowned puppetry expert Dr Sue Buckmaster. They celebrate the power of visuals, puppetry and animation. Recently, Theatre-Rites developed the UK's first bespoke puppetry workshop for D/deaf practitioners, devised in collaboration with D/deaf performers. Additionally, they pioneered puppetry workshops and residencies at Universities and Drama colleges.
The Lippy People Trust
Lippy People Trust supports individuals to lead the design, delivery and sharing of their own high-quality video stories. Video storytelling coaching is a unique approach that supports an individual to understand their life experience and helps them to share experiences with those around them. 4Ls, Life, Loss, Learning, Legacy, is a video storytelling, coaching and peer conversation project which improves mental health by coaching older people struggling to cope with loneliness following bereavement.
The 2 Minute Foundation
The 2 Minute Foundation aims to see a world without litter or plastic pollution, where nature thrives. It provides communities and organisations with tangible clean-up stations that have the pickers and bags they need to pick up litter. They provide advice on simple solutions and swaps in everyday language so that everyone can become more plastic aware. Small actions add up to a much larger collective change.
SEED supports people with eating disorders and their carers, providing information, motivation, support and hope on the journey to recovery. They also provide education and early intervention to prevent eating disorders from developing in the first place. SEED delivers one-to-one therapy, regular support groups for carers and sufferers, volunteer messaging service support, monthly workshops, educational resources for young people, training in schools, and GP practises.
The Taxi Charity for Military Veterans
The Taxi Charity For Military Veterans was formed in Fulham in 1948. Its object then was to help WWII veterans, in their homes and hospitals, throughout London and the home counties. Today, they organise outings, entertainment and transport, plus provide items, services or facilities for former servicemen and women who are disabled, elderly, infirm, impoverished or otherwise in need of charitable assistance.
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The Grocers’ Charity awards about £1 million pounds each year to U.K. registered charities. The major causes we support are Relief of Hardship, the Elderly, Disability, Arts & Heritage, Health, Military, Environment, and Children and Young People.
Our Grant Process
Find out our funding process and the deadline dates for applications
Download the application and final report (for grant holders) questions before you apply using the online form. Plus more.