Over £49,000 Awarded In The Autumn Grant Programme

This autumn, The Foundation awarded another round of grants to 27 deserving charities working across the UK in the fight to end homelessness. A total of £49,793.00 was awarded in autumn, bringing the grand total donated so far this year by The Foundation to an impressive £160,958. Giving back to local charities is so important to Fine & Country and through The Foundation we are delighted to be able to make a difference to so many charities this year, as we know this is a difficult time for many.

With Christmas around the corner, and the cost-of-living and energy crisis at the forefront of many people’s minds of late, more and more people feel the strains and pressures of the season, and homeless charities can take a huge hit at this time of year. The Foundation’s grants are essential in supporting these organisations and will be able a lifeline to those in need during the festive season and beyond. The Fine & Country Foundation is striving to provide much needed monetary support for charitable organisations around the world, committed to fighting the causes of homelessness.   

Since the Foundation’s inception, over £690,000 has been donated to worthy causes both in the UK and around the world. The Foundation hopes to continue building on this success, with the goal of raising £1,000,000 over the coming years for homeless charities. Applications for the Spring Grant Scheme will be accepted from 1st March 2023. 

Some of the charities around the country supported by the latest round of grants include, The Forge Project in North Lincolnshire, St Paul’s Hostel in Worcestershire, Vineyard Community in Surrey, Freedom Community Alliance in Devon and HCT in Wales.

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