Hall & Woodhouse’s Community Chest launches for 2024



Independent family brewer Hall & Woodhouse’s 2024 Community Chest Awards are now open for applications. Charitable organisations across Dorset can seek support from H&W’s largest-ever fund of £60,000, marking the highest pledge in the initiative’s 22-year history.
The Community Chest is available to a wide range of community initiatives and small volunteer-led charities with a total income of less than £200,000. H&W aims to provide essential funds to enhance local areas within its trading region across southern England.
Grants can support youth activities, arts and culture initiatives, sports and social clubs, health and social care, the elderly and disabled, and environmental conservation.
Applications for grants between £300 and £3,000 are open until Sunday, July 14. Funding can cover operational costs, essential equipment, and essential training.
Mark Woodhouse, Family Director of H&W, said: ‘Each year, we are inspired by the remarkable efforts of local people who go above and beyond to help others, that work tirelessly to make a difference in our local communities.’
Since its inception in 2002, the Community Chest has donated over £800,000 to more than 950 good causes across southern England.
Application forms are available at hall-woodhouse.co.uk/community-chest and can be emailed to communitychest@hall-woodhouse.co.uk for consideration.

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