Milton Keynes Community Foundation are excited to announce the new Anglian Water’s WaterCare fund.
The aim of this fund is to support projects that help local charities and groups who are providing community outreach to vulnerable and disadvantaged people in Milton Keynes.
The criteria for the WaterCare Fund is to support projects that have a lasting effect on the communities within Milton Keynes, that target people who are possibly struggling financially or in need of special assistance.
Ian Rule, Director of Customer Services for Anglian Water said: “We’re really proud to be supporting the MK Community Foundation. Our WaterCare Fund will help those local projects that directly support our most vulnerable and disadvantaged customers across Milton Keynes. We believe our role as a water company goes far beyond the provision of clean drinking water, to truly supporting our customers in their local communities and importantly, in ways that meet their individual needs today and tomorrow.”
The type of groups we are welcoming applications from for this fund are those who support or provide assistance to:
The Long-term unemployed
If you are a local organisation or voluntary group, or you know of any who may be suitable to apply and are based within Milton Keynes, please get in touch with our Philanthropy Team on 01908 690 276 to see whether you would be eligible to apply to this fund through one of our grants programmes.
You can find out more about our different grants programmes at: https://www.mkcommunityfoundation.co.uk/grants/apply-grant/
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