Wilko: Helping Hands

Local Grants Older People Youth

Local groups and community projects could be eligible to get a little helping hand from their local Wilko store. Wilko gift cards, products or volunteers to help with your community project are available.

Groups eligible to apply are: local state schools, playgroups and nurseries, parent or family groups, disabled groups, youth clubs, elderly groups, luncheon clubs, community and tenants’ associations plus appeals from the local police, fire service and local councils and many more.

Expeditions, political parties, private or fee-paying schools, branches of national charities, profitable organisations or third party private fundraising groups are unable to apply.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme – applications  are reviewed at the end of each month. Please allow Wilko as much notice as possible prior to your event to avoid disappointment.

For more information and how to apply please click here.

 

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