Dame Vera Lynn Children’s Charity helps children under five with cerebral palsy and other motor learning impairments by giving highly skilled, early intervention to help them achieve as much independence as possible.
The Together Project is the national charity that boosts wellbeing, reduces loneliness, and fosters stronger, happier communities through joyful intergenerational experiences. Running programmes that connect older and younger people, with a particular focus on parents/children and older adults living in care settings.
Shine21 is a community-based, parent led registered charity supporting children aged 7 and under with a diagnosis of Down Syndrome, helping them to reach their full potential.
First Days Children’s Charity supports families who are suffering from financial hardship by giving them emotional and practical support and guidance, as well as access to essential items via a Baby Bank, School Uniform Centre, and Safe Sleep Project.
Flamingo Chicks brings magic and wonder to disabled children through the power of dance - enabling them to explore movement. This includes Hatching Chicks - baby sling ballet aimed at disabled mums and also new mums of disabled babies.
APP is the UK charity dedicated to supporting women and families affected by postpartum psychosis (PP), the most severe form of postnatal mental illness. APP develops specialist information and run an award-winning peer support service, training health professionals, raising awareness, campaigning for improved services, and conducting research to better understand this neglected and stigmatised illness.
How it Works
Any registered charity or non-profit organisation based in the UK, Ireland or Channel Islands can apply for a grant, but those which benefit a diverse range of individuals, demonstrate environmental awareness or support pregnant women and young children will be given more attention. Organisations local to one of our stores will also be prioritised.
There are six cash grants of up to £10,000 available.
The current round of applications has now closed, as of Tuesday 15th August 2023.
The current round of applications has now closed, as of Tuesday 15th August 2023. Please look out for future application rounds in 2024.
Applications received by the deadline will be reviewed and a shortlist will be announced on the 30th August ready for public voting.
Terms And Conditions:
1. No more than one application per person for a single charity in each application period.
2. Funds will be paid directly to the charity, but the applicant will be notified in the first instance, and their input will be relayed to the charity.
3. Only registered charities in the UK, Ireland and Channel Islands will be considered.
4. Grants are of a maximum of £10,000 each. There will be up to 6 grants available. JoJo reserves the right to reduce the level of the grants and the number offered at their discretion.
5. Applications for grants which benefit local communities around the JoJo stores will be given priority.
6. The applicant will agree to have their first name and photograph in social media posts, print materials and on JoJo’s website. They will be notified in advance.
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