Heathrow Community Fund | Grant-making charity
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Heathrow Community Fund: making a positive difference 

Crowd cheering boys performing acrobatics.

Heathrow Community Fund is part of the independently run grant-making charity LHR Airport Communities Trust, which makes donations to community projects local to the airport. We aim to help them create significant and positive social change, and we also support volunteering and fundraising by airport staff.

Registered charity number 1058617

Community projects

Creating a green corridor

Communities Together invites grant applications from organisations working on projects that draw communities closer and schemes involving a huge range of community activities from gardening to the arts.

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Inspiring Youth event, November 2014

We have three routes to funding for
projects involving:

  • young people
  • the environment and sustainability
  • bringing communities together

Choose the fund that's the best fit for your project, then download a grant application form.

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Our latest grant winners

Students at Haybrook College

So far this year the charity has donated almost £283,073 to a range of projects, some supporting communities in individual boroughs and others benefiting groups across several boroughs.

Recent grants include:

  • £15,000 to London Youth for Getting Ready West, a programme of sports activities for nearly 400 young people in 15 communities around Heathrow;
  • £20,000 for Youth Engagement Slough to support over 1,000 young people to run a Youth Festival designed to showcase local talent and develop skills
  • £13,950 to the Friends of the River Crane Environment towards the development of a green gym in the Pevensey Road nature reserve in Hounslow
  • £15,000 for Meadlands Primary School in Richmond towards the development of an eco centre
  • £5,000 to Magna Carta School in Runnymede for a mentoring programme through which local business people will work with pupils on a range of environmentally focussed community projects.

 

To find out more about recent grant winners click here for case studies?