Imagine Foundation

Community Buildings/Halls

The Imagine Foundation supports charities and projects that are particularly focused on building community and on empowering participants to reach their potential.

At present, the Foundation is primarily focussing on small-scale newer charitable projects and organisations – those that are less than four years old with an annual income of less than £200,000.

Applications are only accepted via email during March, June and October. Applications received outside of these windows will not be considered. Depending on the volume of enquiries, it may take a few months for a response.

For more information and how to apply please click here.

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