The Alpkit Foundation was set up to help people Go Nice Places and Do Good Things through giving grants to people, groups and schools with the aim of removing the barriers to getting outdoors and experiencing wild places, and is always keen to find new people and groups to support.
The ongoing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic calls for a shift of focus over the coming months. The foundation are now prioritising thier funds to support projects that demonstrate an immediate impact on those affected by the Covid-19 virus crisis.
Alpkit Grassroots Support is welcoming any applications from individuals or organisations serving those affected by coronavirus, across the country.
Examples of support being funded include:
- Being active in your local community to help elderly or vulnerable people
- Supporting foodbanks and increasing the number of meals on wheels deliveries to support the elderlu
- Supporting those who are homeless or in temporary accommodation.
Further details can be found: Click here
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