A season of sharing
At Wesleyan, we know things are a little harder this year with many charities feeling the pinch of rising costs. That’s why through the Wesleyan Foundation we’re giving an extra financial boost to the organisations that work tirelessly to better our communities.
Last year, our Winter of Giving grant supported 48 charities, donating £2,200 to each.
This year, on top of our regular grants programme, we have an additional £100,000 pot to donate to our members' and colleagues' favourite charities. We just need your help finding the deserving recipients.
Please note that nominations have now closed.
Have your say
We want to hear from you, our members and colleagues. Tell us about a charity that’s close to your heart before the 10th September and they could receive up to £2,500 this December.
We’re looking for charitable organisations that mean the most to you. If their activities support one or more of the below Sustainable Development Goals, we’d love to hear more.
Sustainable Development Goals
Nominations are now closed
- You must be a Wesleyan member or colleague to nominate
- The nominated charity must support one of Wesleyan’s 5 SDGs: good health & wellbeing, quality education, gender equality, reduced inequality or climate action. (Find out more about Sustainable Development Goals)
- Nominees must fall under one of the following categories: registered charities, community groups, social enterprises/community interest companies, a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee, constituted community groups, an educational institution such as school or college
- All the above must be able to provide two years of accounts
- Any nominated charities will need to pass due diligence in order to receive the funds.
Excluded from nominations:
- Individuals or sole traders, sports clubs and societies (unless a specific project aligns with our Sustainable Development Goals)
- Contact sports such as boxing
- Direct replacement of statutory obligations and public funding
- Promotion of religious or political activities
- Organisations or charities which are solely to promote any particular religion
- Organisations who have indicated poor management of any previous grants or who present poor financial health
- Animal welfare, unless the project benefits people (e.g. disabled riding schemes)
- Statutory work in educational institutions.