Supporting local communities this winter

Posted on: December 7, 2021

Are you a UK registered charity or local community group? We’re here to help!

The Arnold Clark Community Fund is open to all UK registered charities and local community groups who fall into these categories. The fund is also open to community interest companies, charitable incorporated organisations and social enterprises.

Successful applicants will receive up to £1,000.

Why we’ve re-launched the Arnold Clark Community Fund

In March 2020, Arnold Clark launched their first ever Community Fund in order to provide financial help to community groups and charities that had been significantly affected by the coronavirus pandemic. We are pleased to announce that, so far, we have been able to help 9,500 organisations from a wide range of backgrounds.

Following on from this success, and as we move into winter, we understand a number of organisations are still in need of financial aid. However, on this occasion, we have decided to focus on the following categories: poverty relief, food banks, toy banks, housing and accommodation.

We aim to open the Arnold Clark Community Fund back up to a wider range of categories at the beginning of 2022.

Apply here. 

Author: Jade Bolton
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