£50,000 winners announced

Our 10 winners of this year’s £50,000 Movement for Good awards have now been decided. Each of these projects are interesting, challenging and diverse, building on good ideas, creating new opportunities and taking existing concepts to another level.

See the £50,000 winners

Our 2020 Movement for Good awards

 
Charitable giving has been at the heart of what we do for over 130 years. Now more than ever we are proud to be one of the largest corporate donors to charity in the UK, contributing to thousands of good causes in this country and abroad.
 
This year through our Movement for Good awards, we’re building on the widespread success of last year’s initiative and giving a further £1million to charities.
 
Our £1m giving programme has two funding phases:
 
  • Phase 1 – 500 charities each received £1,000. 
We've already awarded £500,000 to 500 charities and were amazed by the response from them and their supporters. We know what a difference £1,000 will make to a huge number of charities – thank you to everyone who nominated.
  • Phase 2 – 10 charities will each receive a £50,000 grant. 

We were overwhelmed by the response from charities who submitted their applications to our £50,000 awards. We’re actively championing innovation through these grants, giving charities the backing they need to propel their plans forward and helping to turn creative ideas into practical solutions that benefit society.

Our judges have had the challenging task of reviewing the shortlisted grant applications and have now reached a decision on the 10 winning charities.

Thank you to everyone who has taken part in our Movement for Good awards – together we are building a movement for good.

See the difference £50,000 is making to some of our 2019 Movement for Good winners…

Movement for Good - £1,000 winners map 2019

All of our £1,000 winners from the 2019 Movement for Good awards can be found below.

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Inspirational stories from some of our beneficiaries

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