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A F Blakemore 1917 Heritage Grants Scheme

Food and drink retailer and distributor A.F. Blakemore is marking its centenary with a 1917 Grants Scheme to support good causes across its trading area.

The company's charitable trust, the Blakemore Foundation, will award a number of one-off community grants worth £1,917 each to good causes across and Wales.

The grants must be used to sustain good causes for the long term, for example providing towards new buildings, specialist equipment, refurbishments or learning programmes.A.F. Blakemore Community Affairs Officer Kate Senter explained:"The 1917 Heritage Grants Scheme has been launched with the primary aim of supporting good causes in local communities."In particular the grants will focus on helping the sustainability of charities, organisations and community groups in recognition of the company's commitment to growing sustainably for the benefit of staff, customers and the community."

ABOUT THE BLAKEMORE FOUNDATION

The Blakemore Foundation was established by the Blakemore family in 1992. Since then it has donated more than £1.7 million to good causes across the company's trading area, which stretches across central England and all of Wales. Local charities and good causes including social clubs, sports clubs, community groups, schools, hospitals, family associations, hospices and environmental projects have all benefited.

Senter commented:"We are really keen for all colleagues, retailers and customers to get behind the scheme and encourage anyone who has a project or good cause that would benefit from this new grant funding to consider applying."

Applications to the 1917 Heritage Grants Scheme must be received by 28 July 2017.http://www.afblakemore.com/our-community/1917-heritage-grant

20 April 2017 14:32

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