Asda Foundation Green Token Giving
Asda Foundation Green Token Giving provides funding for local charities and good causes nominated by customers and colleagues.
Asda has dedicated community champions whose role is to work with charities and community groups in their
local area so that ASDA can provide effective support. For example: in-store fundraising, colleague fundraising, healthy eating sessions in schools, volunteering in the community and rooms for the community in-store.
Asda Foundation – Bringing Communities Back Together grants to £1,000 to local community groups for activities aimed at reuniting communities and celebrating togetherness as Covid-19 restrictions are eased. This includes celebration events and getting back on track sporting, art or training activities. Phase 1 applications by 16th August 2021.
Every year Sainsbury’s work together with customers and colleagues to support a local cause in the local community. These partnerships last for a whole year and include a range of support including awareness raising, fundraising in store, volunteering and donations.
Each store holds a community budget to help support with requests for local fund-raising events. Dedicated Tesco community champions work to ensure that Tesco can bring genuine benefit to the local community be it a local community event, fundraising activities, bag packing or donations.
Each branch has a Community matters champion who finds out about potential beneficiaries to benefit from the token scheme based at each store.
Wilko – Helping Hands Programme
Branches in High Wycombe and Aylesbury.
Every WILKO store has a budget to give a little helping hand to local groups and community projects. You could get WILKO gift cards, products or volunteers to help with whatever you’re doing for your community – whether it’s a raffle prize to help with fund raising or tins of paint and extra helpers to do up a community centre. The above link gives an easy step guide to filling in application form.