Aviva Community Fund (Match Funding)

Aviva Community Fund aims to build stronger, more resilient communities across the UK through helping small charities and community causes.

In a bid to make the UK the most climate-ready large economy by 2023, their key focus areas for fundraising are financial wellbeing and climate action.

Once your application is approved, you’ll create a page that explains the project, and its aims and add your fundraising target.

Aviva will match each donation you receive up to £250. This means that if someone gives £5, they will double it to £10. If they give £250, they will match it, so the cause gets £500. Funding is available for organisations looking to raise up to £50,000 and eligible causes can apply at any time.

In 2024, £1.8 million will be committed to the fund.

Read more and apply for the Aviva Community Fund here.


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